Dealing with the reality that will loose some modelers to the other scales, and how we should be upfront about the challenges that exist in modeling in S-scale.
Some information about what goes on at an NASG Convention, and detailed information about the upcoming 2005 one. Includes photos of nearby activities.
The author now tackles the issue of building an S-scale equipment roster for his planned layout. Also covers structures, track, and electronics.
Bill introduces Stan Furmanak, who is the new NASG membership secretary. Includes photos of Stan and some of the models he has built.
The author reviews the new Lionel 2-8-2 locomotive. Includes many close-up photos.
The behind-the-scenes story of the 1999 Spring S Spree car, which was a U.S. Army flat car with a crate labeled "From Roswell, NM to Wright-Patterson AFB", because legend has it that the aliens crashed in New Mexico are kept in Wright-Patterson. The author wound up being the one who built the crates for the car.
The author reviews the flextrack and turnouts produced by Tomalco Track now owned by Larry Morton.
Tips and tricks for building structure kits.
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