The author takes his 10-foot diameter modular layout, built to NASG standards, to local train shows. It combines scale and A.F. Includes two photos of portions of the layout.
Introduction to Henry "Hank" Roos. Those on the S-scale discussion list will recognize his son Pieter Roos' name.
In this column, the author covers how to deal with loose A.F. steam wheels as they age. It also deals with gauging the wheels as well as quartering them.
The NASG project car for 2000 is 50'6" Front Runner Intermodal Spine car made out of brass by SouthWind Models. Includes a review of the previous years' cars, and side profile drawings of the Intermodal one.
The authors describe their plan to add a hump yard to their layout. Includes a proposed track plan, and several layout photos.
This article covers how the Connecticut S Gaugers built #6 and #8 closed-frog turnouts for their club layout. Includes diagrams.
The author describes logging railroads, and how one might model one using available S-scale products.
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