The NASG president covers several NASG-related topics, including elections, and needing someone to handle the Estate Survival program of the NASG.
The editor introduces the DCC series of articles, publicizes questions about S-MOD, and announces that the magazine's publication months will be changed later in 2014.
The author encourages the reader to visit prototype steam locomotive operations.
The author was able to incorporate a lower level in the construction of his peninsula. Includes construction tips, plans, and photos.
The author shares various ways that modelers who have a presence on the Internet can share their work via the NASG web site.
The author makes the plea for people to purchase the A.F. Commemorative cars sold by the NASG.
A report on the first experience of 3D-printing a TPL flat car in S-scale. Includes prototype and model photos. Also provided is the parts list needed to complete the printed model.
The author reports about this event in Dallas, Texas. Includes many photos.
The author introduces DCC, what it means, what it allows the layout operator to do, and how it works.
The author shares an interview he did with Mt. Albert Scale Lumber owner Gerry Cornwell about his company, his manufacturing practices, and what it takes to produce tiny strips of wood. Includes lots of photos of the factory set up.
The author "introduces" himself (he has been a member of the NASG BOT, and a well-known modeler for many years).
The author encourages all the add billboards to your layouts. He provides typical prototype dimensions. He then provides examples of how to make them. Includes prototype and model photos.
The author describes how he modified a Grand River Models kit to turn it into a freight house.
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