The NASG membership needs to be more vocal about what it wants for the organization. A change in the NASG Treasurer. People added as committee chairman.
What it takes to write and submit an article and/or photos for possible inclusion in future Dispatch issues.
Information about how to contact the NASG leadership via the NASG web site, and a note about which photos are still missing from the Product Gallery. (related web page)
The author reports about the event held in Houston, Texas. Includes photos of Sn3 models and layouts.
After introducing his model railroading hobby history, the author describes his current 20'x20' S and Sn3, two-level layout. Includes photos of the current layout, still under construction.
The author shares how he improved his Omnicon F7 locomotives, by adding pick-ups, and by improving the gearbox performance.
The author describes how he scratchbuilt a freight dock. Includes photos and scaled drawings of the model.
Notes about the dormant Ridgehill Scale Models company, the Niagara Central Hobbies store closing, and the S Scale Workshop's experiences at the Expo Rail Museum show of 2015. Includes photos of models by members of the club.
How we as humans tend to collect things, even things that don't have anything to do with trains.
The author used two Monster Modelworks "Triple J Repair Shop" kits to build a two-bay Sohio gas station. Includes some construction photos.
A one-page photo essay taken at the event.
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