Constant promotion is the key to bringing in new modelers.
Info about NASG elections. Ways to help cut costs of the organization. Update on the 2018 NASG Convention car. A note about visiting the California State Railroad Museum.
A bit of info about this full-service model railroad store in Utah. They stock Lionel American Flyer products. (related web page)
The author reflects on attending the annual NASG Conventions for 25 years now.
Photos and a description of the author's layout continuing to be built, this time covering scenery and structures. Also includes the latest version of the track plan.
The author uses an A.C. Gilbert AF depressed-center flat car to model a car after the Erie railroad that had a large transformer load on it. He describes the changes he made to the car to make it more accurate, and how he built the load.
The owner of the Shelburne Museum in Vermont was a friend of A.C.Gilbert. Gilbert built an American Flyer layout at the museum in 1954, but it was retired in 1970. The authors all got together and built a new AF layout for the museum. Includes photos and a track plan.
Some updates about the upcoming 2019 NASG Convention.
The NASG Contest Chair announces new rules that go into effect at the 2019 NASG Convention, which includes processing 3D-printed models.
The author describes a small (24"x54") layout he built using A.C. Gilbert AF parts. Includes photos and a track plan.
The author reports about what is happening in S-scale in Canada, including the projects he himself has been working on.
(only available in the online version) Comments sent to the editor.
(only available in the online version) Two prototype photos and a bit of history of the Indiana Hi-Rail Corporation.
(only available in the online version) Photos of the club's January 2019 mall show.
(only available in the online version) A bit of info and a couple of photos of this southwest-Ohio club. (related web page)
(only available in the online version) Photos of the club's January 2019 public library show. (related web page)
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