The letter the author wrote to the owner of Microscale Decals is reprinted.
A collection of new decals announced from various manufacturers.
New releases of decals in S-scale.
The author introduces S-scale decals by Microscale, John Hall Decals, River Raisin, and S Designs.
The final track plan of the largest S-scale modular layout built and operated up to that point in time is shown.
Don takes over from Tom Hawley to manage the standards for S-scale modular railroading. The issue covered here was the electrical connectors to be used for modules.
The page shows a CAD drawing of the layout/track plan of the S-MOD modules scheduled to attend at the 1988 NASG Convention. Measuring 50'x90', and consisting of 60 modules, this would be the largest such setup.
The page shows a CAD drawing of the layout/track plan of the S-MOD modules scheduled to attend at the 1988 NASG Convention. The layout has been updated based on responses from clubs, and it is now scheduled to measure 74'x118', 468' of track.
The author reports the results of building a 7,200 sqft modular S-scale layout at the Convention. Also included are a full-page drawing of the final track plan, and a full-page photo during set-up.
The author shares his detailed plan for the 80'x120' S-scale modular layout planned for the 1990 joint NMRA/NASG Convention. He also requests that attendees help with set-up and promotion. Includes a full-page track plan of the layout.
This article covers new decals released by Microscale, S Designs, Delaware Valley S Scale Supply, G&W Models, and a book review. The following pages show several drawings of where Microscale decals are to be placed on engines, automobiles, and box cars.
Reports of new S-scale decals from Microscale, River Raisin, John Pratt, and S Designs. Don DeWitt announced that this is his last column, and that Jon Firpach will take over the decals column.
The author describes what it takes to be the NASG Membership Secretary, and makes a proposal for splitting the work up into several jobs. He is also resigning from the position.
Results from a survey are shared about who makes up the NASG's membership.
This article covers how to wire a block control panel to an S-MOD module. Includes wiring diagrams.
In this installment, the control panel is actually designed and constructed, the switches are wired, and the module is tested.
This article assumes that you have an S-MOD module, and you are having electrical issues. This was in response to the majority of the issues the author observed in others' modules. It covers the basics of the wiring scheme, and how to trouble-shoot an existing system.
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