The author describes the S-scale activities taking place in Canada, Canadian prototype railroading, and S-scale manufacturers making products for Canadian railroad modeling.
The history and construction of the Southern Ontario S Scale Workshop's modular club layout. Includes a couple of photos of the layout.
Frank Titman has sold his company, Lehigh Valley Models, to Phil Kehr of K&P Brick & Building Company out of York, PA. Includes photos of some of the company's models.
By converting the pilot coupler of the A.F. Hudson, double-heading of trains becomes possible. This photo-essay article shows how to do that with American Models couplers.
A page of photos of new products taken at the 2003 Spring S Spree.
A description of the Halifax and South Western Railway Museum, started in 1999, located in the Bridgewater Mall in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia. It contains an S-scale layout. (related web page)
Introducing Paul Raham, and his layout, the "Moira Valley Lines". Includes two close-up photos of Paul's layout.
A recent move has prompted the author to start a new narrow-gauge-focused layout. In this column, he reviews the things he learned from his previous layout, and the plans for the new one. A track plan is included.
Using paper-decorated wooden blocks as representing box car loads (for when the doors are modeled open). The majority of the article and photos were contributed by Pete Silcox.
A behind-the-scenes review of the show held in 2003.
A drawing of an ash hoist.
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