Again talking about getting members into the NASG.
The editor reflects on the recent changes in S-related modeling press.
The author moved to a new home, and he describes how he uses a closet to be his workbench space, which can be closed off, so the clutter is not readily visible. Includes photos.
The author describes how he built a set of multiple-unit electric commuter cars. Includes photos.
The author postulates that the growth of the scales other than S has been due to the convenient availability of ready-to-run product, of which S seems to have always lagged behind a bit.
A good explanation of how our locomotives have been powered from the 1950s (AC, DC) to now (DCC).
Using soda straws to make pipe loads. Includes photos and several diagrams of how pipes might have been loaded.
More details about the 2019 NASG Convention.
The author describes how he scratchbuilt a two-track through-girder bridge. Includes photos and diagrams.
The author describes how he super-detailed an S-Helper Service reefer, including information about making water-slide decals. Includes many photos.
Modifying original American Flyer turnouts so that two can be placed very close to each, one left-handed and one right-handed. Includes diagrams.
The author finally gets to build the full A.C. Gilbert American Flyer layout he wanted to build when he was young, but couldn't because A.F. went out of business shortly after he got started. Includes several photos of his layout.
(available in the PDF version only) Photos and a description of the club's layout set up at the Veterans' Retirement Home in Vineland, New Jersey, which the club has been doing for many years.
(available in the PDF version only) In March 2019 the club members got together and visited several Arizona layouts. Includes photos.
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