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Observations from manning the NASG booth at the 2015 National Train Show. Photos taken at the event are shown on page 4.
Ideas on how to start modeling in S-scale when on a tight budget.
The author describes how he built a 50-foot Southern Pacific box car out of two 40-foot Ye Olde Huff 'n Puff box car kits (now owned by LaBelle Woodworking). Includes construction and final-model photos.
The new Executive VP of the NASG describes the things he has been able to do because he joined the NASG and how it motivated him to do more.
The author describes how he built two small layouts for his grandsons. Includes construction photos, and completed photos of both layouts.
A couple of notes of Fast Track's kit for improving the tracking problems of American Model's 6-wheel passenger car trucks. The author interviews Steve Hunter, the designer behind the 3D-printed "Eastern Road Models" Shapeways web site.
The author takes a non-running 2-8-2 custom-made model and converts it into a 2-8-0 PRR H10. He describes his process and shows several construction photos.
A couple of notes about the online shopping cart, the Members Only section, and web site statistics. Dealing with pages that aren't showing the latest. (related web page)
The author shares a few slides from past S-related events.
Stories about Harry Roland, a locomotive engineer for the AT&SF.
Details about the NASG's dues increases.
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