A statement of what the NASG is, a brief history of the NASG, what S-scale is, and information about the annual awards the NASG may offer. This issue is the first one edited by Bill Pyper.
In addition to the usual reporting about the 2013 NASG Convention, the author also reports on the awards and the general meetings. There are a lot photos from several people included in this report.
Jay presents his now annual report on what he saw in the vendors' hall at the 2013 NASG Convention. He also gives his perspective on the rest of the Convention, including the clinics he attended.
The new NASG president's first column, in which he runs through all the key people that are keeping the NASG humming along.
The new editor introduces himself, and how he plans to edit the magazine.
The author starts a series about how the model contests has held, conducting, and how to enter into these contests at the annual NASG Conventions.
Photos of the winners of contests at the 2013 NASG Convention. More photos are found on page 20 and 21.
The author introduces himself. Includes two photos of him.
The author converts a Lionel O-27 short gondola to one that is usable in S-scale. Includes detailed instructions to do the conversion, with several supplemental photos. Also includes prototype reference material.
The author describes how he built a small incinerator using an empty cinnamon container. He also shows how to build a smaller one using a spigot from a two-gallon water container.
Basic how-to information for submitting articles for the NASG's Dispatch.
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