The NASG president introduces this special "This is S" issue, with what it takes to be an S-scale modeler.
The editor describes this issue and why one should belong to the NASG.
This article provides an introduction and a complete overview of the NASG's web site.
Covers topics such as what the NASG actually is, what its history is, its annual awards, and what is "S-scale".
Covers some minor topics about the organization itself (election nominations, no dues increases, extra copies of this issue available).
The author shares his history in the hobby, and describes his reasoning behind building the A.F.-based layout he has. The layout has lots of items on it. Includes several layout photos, as well as a track plan.
This is likely the only S-scale layout in Alaska. The author describes his layout, which mixes Alaska and Canada prototype ideas. Includes many close-up photos and a track plan.
The author reports about the event. The article includes several photos of product and people.
The author reports about the event. The article includes several photos taken at the event. The article also briefly describes the history of the Spring S Spree, and the history of the Central Ohio S Gaugers club who hosted this event.
The author describes his history in the scale, and some construction details about his layout. The layout is 4'x16', and it was set up at the 2014 Spring S Spree. In addition to a photo on page 16, this article has additional photos and a track plan of the layout.
The author has built a fantastic collection of both American Flyer and Plasticville products. He is always improving on his collection, because not only does he want one of each, he wants the best he can find of each. The display room also includes an 7'x6' island-style layout. Includes many photos.
A report and photos of the event held in San Mateo, CA. Includes several photos.
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