Did You Know?...

Just some fun facts about S-scale.

Look Who Started with American Flyer!

Famous prototype photographer and author Jim Boyd
(source: Railroad Model Craftsman magazine, October 1978 issue, pg 76).

Well-known artistic modeler and author Malcolm Furlow
(source: Railroad Model Craftsman magazine, September 1978 issue, pg 102).

Silent-movie comedian and actor Buster Keaton
(source: Trains Magazine web site).

Well-known HO-scale model railroader and author Allen McClelland
(source: Railroad Model Craftsman magazine, March 1977, pg 44; shows layout photo).

Railroad Model Craftsman magazine contributor Mike Schafer
(source: Railroad Model Craftsman magazine, August 2015, pg 78).

World-famous HO-scale model railroader George Selios
(source: Model Railroader magazine, various issues).

Interesting Places for S

Apparently the headquarters building of the Kansas City Southern Railway, located at 427 W 12th St, Kansas City, Missouri, has an S-scale display layout in their building.

The Kansas City Union Station, located at 30 Pershing Road, Kansas City, Missouri, has a multi-scale layout which features an S-scale section. There was some remodeling taking place in that area, and work continues on the hi-rail/scale S-scale layout. S-scale modeler Roy Inman volunteers there from time to time, so if you are in the area and want to help, contact the museum or Roy.

The Railroad Museum of South Florida is located at 7330 Gladiolus Drive, Fort Myers, FL 33908. It has a 9'x20' layout using MTH's track. See the May 2017 issue of the NASG's Dispatch to see some photos of the layout, its track plan, and some of the issues they had building the layout.

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