The author suggests the styrene bridges, especially non-craftsman style ones, would be a good addition to S-scale.
The author describes the process of picking up the locomotive from American Models, unpacking it, and testing it on his AF-based layout. Includes lots of close-up photos.
The author is starting a new column in the Dispatch discussing what it takes to get a layout built and running. In this column he starts off with handling all of the common complaints.
Prompted by Jeff's commentary in the previous issue about whether or not there are any permanent S-scale layouts set up in the country, the author responds with two photos and some details about the Nauset Model Railroad Club's hi-rail layout.
The author has been working on his layout for 10 years. It measures 44'x25' and based on the BC&G in West Virginia. Includes several photos of the layout, as well as a track plan.
The author provides a description of the construction of the kit. Includes several photos.
The author describes the Walthers HO-scale Bascule bridge kit he built. It is plenty big for use in S-scale.
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