Another recruitment message for both S and the NASG.
At the NTS show put on with the NMRA, the NASG had a booth at the August 2018 show.
Using the refractory loads available from the NASG.
The author mentions the addition of a dedicated page to the NASG web site related to NASG elections, and also covers how to nominate yourself for one of the NASG board positions,
The author describes his desire to own one of these since being a young boy, but he finally had a chance to buy one. He describes the workings of the accessory in this article, accompanied by several photos.
The author shares how a hobby shop got him into the hobby of model railroading.
The author describes how he used two old American Flyer tank car bodies to build two fueling facilities.
The author discovered that his grandson likes to push the train around the track himself, so he removed the motor from a AF engine, so that his grandson can push the train himself.
Trains can now be found in libraries, to help them draw people to their facilities.
Available resources for S-scale modelers who want to apply ballast to their track.
Building models using cardstock.
The author won the Craftsman Class, Steam Locomotive category at the 2018 NASG Convention with his PRR 4-6-2 model. He describes how he built his model in this photo essay.
The author also won 2nd place at the 2018 NASG Convention with his NYC short-caboose. He describes how he built it.
Photos and a description of the Atlantic Coast S Gaugers - Carolinas Division's Super Eight portable layout.
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