Although S-scale was made popular by the A.C. Gilbert company's American Flyer toy trains, a lot of new modeling is also being done true-to-scale, much like Z-, N-, HO-, and O-scale is being
modeled today. We invite you to follow the links below and enjoy some wonderful work being done in the "scale" side of S. To contribute a photo, mini article, or link, please contact the
Some photos of fantastic work done by S-scale modelers.
Some photos of great Sn3 and Sn2 models and layouts.
Some photos of beautifully built models.
copyright © Brooks Stover
S-scale models at the meet.
Bob Hogan's scratch-built tank engine.
Modifying an S-Helper Service car by Ed Kirstatter.
Bob shares photos of his previous Sn3 layouts. 74 photos!
Paul Washburn's engines and cars.
copyright © Bob Hogan
Roger graciously shared his layout's track plan with us. His layout has been documented in several magazines. He calls it the "Monon's Fourth Division".
copyright © Roger Nulton
Although canceled, back issues are still available.
Canadian newsletter that has been somewhat dormant lately.
Bi-monthly magazine that covers all aspects of S modeling.
Semi-annual magazine devoted to Sn3 narrow gauge modeling.
Published 6 times a year by the NASG.
Brand-new, bi-monthly magazine (free and online only).
Listing of S-scale articles in non-S-specific magazines.
(updated October 30, 2014)
Lists all known Yahoo Groups and various forums that are focused on S-scale modeling or routinely cover S-scale modeling.
(updated August 10, 2014)
Qualified and validated links to web sites that feature S-scale layouts, either club or private.
(updated October 2, 2014)
Quality videos featuring S-scale model railroading.
(updated November 25, 2014)
Qualified and validated links to specific S-related articles.
(updated October 22, 2014)