Another message about how badly NASG members behave, and the great divide of scale vs. hi-rail.
The author reports on the World's Greatest Hobby show in Charlotte, North Carolina.
More details and photos of what the upcoming NASG Convention has to offer, covering prototype tours, and layout tours.
The author shows how he built his own re-railer, since none are commercially available for S-scale equipment.
If there are no S-scale clubs in your area, joining a club that focuses on a different scale might still help you learn how to build benchwork, lay track, create scenery, etc. These skills transfer to S just fine.
The drawing and photo is of the barber shop in Fountain, Michigan. The author then describes how he built his in S-scale. Has one model photo, one prototype photo, scaled drawings, and scale colored signs. More photos are available on page 33 of the online PDF version of this magazine.
The authors show several modifications that they make to A.C. Gilbert AF turnouts.
The author shares the formal track plan drawing of his home layout, and how he builds his scenery.
The author shares four 1965 pickup models that are available in S-scale.
Dick Cataldi recently passed away. He was very instrumental in the early development of the NASG, and came up with several ideas that the organization still uses today.
An attendee of a local show shares two photos of his steam locomotives that he cannot identify.
A few photos of the NASG booth at the 2018 WGH show.
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