Vote and mail in your ballot for the NASG election, Promotions committee's use of NASG funds to mail out a "Sources Guide", and the NASG booth at the WGH show.
The author covers what it takes to be on the NASG BOT, and consider offering your services to one of the committees.
The store primarily carries HO- and O-scale, but has recently added about 10 feet of shelf space for S-scale products, such as MTH, Lionel, GarGraves, Artistta, and more.
Details about the upcoming NASG Convention in Timonium, Maryland, covering hotel, convention cars, tour listing, spouse events, home layout tours, contests, and vendors.
The author describes Brian Nicholson's (Montreal) layout, shares photos, and a track plan.
The author covers the difficulties encountered when storing, transporting, and maintaining large modular or portable layouts.
The author examines the sources of noise in our steam locomotives, what we can do to improve their running abilities while keeping them quiet, and his conclusions after replacing and testing several motors. He used four different Rex steam locomotives for his tests.
The author describes the development of the club's modular layout, and the return loops he is building for this Free-mo-style layout. Includes photos of some of the club's work so far.
Using background, shallow-depth kits for foreground structures, detailing the interior.
Information about how to stay in touch with what has been changed on the NASG web site recently. The "When Modeling..." section covers trolley and traction modeling manufacturers. (related web page)
The author describes his system for getting the window glass to sit flush with the outside of the passenger car body, just like it is in the real world. Includes a couple construction photos.
A description of the upcoming event hosted by the Golden Gate American Flyer Club, which includes the two Lionel tank cars they are offering.
A brief description and several photos taken at the Cheshire High School Ram Bank Parents Association train show, where the club set up their layout.
The club is preparing their layout for display at the 2019 NMRA National Train Show in Utah.
The author briefly shares his history in model railroading, being relatively new to S-scale, and how he participated in the make-n-take clinic at the 2016 NASG Convention, where he built the building for which he won the Greeley popular vote. Includes photos of the building.
The author provides a report about the event, and shares some information about the 2017 show. Photos are shown on the next page.
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