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Comments about the current issue, and ideas for future issues.
The author describes how he converted a Bachmann On30 2-6-0 to S-scale standard-gauge. Lots of photos accompany the article.
The sideframes of early S-Helper Service freight car trucks tend to cant inwards, so this article describes two ways to fix that issue.
Photos and a description of William Flatt's modular layout. It features the Niagara, St. Catharines & Toronto electric railway. A track plan of this 9'x18' U-shaped layout is also included.
Tips and photos on how to successfully build the Pacific Rail Shops kits that nearly all S-scale modelers have in their closet.
Using HO-scale track and cheaply-acquired HO-scale gondolas, the author shortened the cars to make S-scale jennies (coal mine carts). Includes several construction photos.
The author's Volunteer Central has migrated from a pure AF-based layout, to a hi-rail one, modeling the eastern part of the TCR. He describes the changes he has made to make this change. Includes several photos of his layout, as well as a track plan of the two-level layout.
The author reports on the 2014 Fall S Fest and the all-scales Trainfest in Milwaukee.
After briefly reviewing the history of S, the author proposes that we latch onto Lionel and MTH as the main drivers for the future of S-scale modeling.
In this collaborative article, the author covers the S Scale Workshop's preparation for the trip to the "Salon du Train Rive Nord" train show in Montreal, Quebec. Includes photos taken at the show, and a track plan of the final Free-mo set-up.
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