The NASG president covers several topics as he returned from the NASG Convention.
The editor describes some changes in this issue.
The author describes where you can find, and how you can produce, S-scale signs for your layout. Includes several prototype photos, and step-by-step model photos.
The author updates his wish-list for various manufacturers to produce, primarily focusing on rolling stock.
Various photos of Milwaukee Road equipment in honor of this year's Convention location.
Photos of the NASG booth at the NMRA annual show, and Rocky Mountain Hirailers club's layout at a local show.
This installment covers the system components needed for a complete DCC system.
The describes how he converted a Bachmann Plasticville tower into a more accurate S-scale model.
Reusing parts of a medicine bottle as gondola loads.
The author reports on the annual show. Includes a couple of people photos. The article is followed by two pages of photos of contest winning models. More photos are shown on pages 19, 20, and 21.
The author reports on the vendors at the 2014 NASG Convention.
The author visited the museum as part of his trip to the NASG Convention. The museum has steam and diesel locomotives, and buses and trolleys. Several photos are included.
Changes the NASG BOT approved while at the Convention.
Bachmann On30 flat cars, gondolas, and tank cars are a perfect fit for standard-gauge S-scale models. The author describes what he does to these to complete their conversion. Includes close-up and finished-model photos.
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