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Bill Lane recently completed work on his PRSL GP38, based on the Overland Models' GP38-2. He documented his work on his web site.
Photographer: Bill Lane; used by permission.
Thanks to Brooks Stover for posting a message on the S-scale Groups.io discussion forum, to encourage people to submit data and photos of their S-scale layouts. Because of his effort, we have recently added several new (to us) layouts to the "Layouts" section of this web site. One of those is by Chris Elliott. Chris has a beautiful layout under construction. Be sure to check out Chris' page in the "Layouts" section of this web site, because there are a lot of photos to look at. While you're there, be sure to also look at all the other layouts. Click on the "Layouts" button to also view Sn3, Sn2, and American Flyer layouts, if you are so inclined.
Photographer: Chris Elliott; used by permission.
Steve recently sent photos of his fantastic layout. The track on this 12' by 12' layout is original A.C. Gilbert. You can see more photos of Steve's layout on this page.
Photographer: Steve Petersen; used by permission.
Just an average day, on an overcast morning, on Paul's layout. Remember when we used to have to sit to wait for a train to pass?
Photographer: Paul Washburn; used by permission.
This is the scene out of Cumbres looking west on Craig's S/Sn3 layout.
Photographer: Craig Wright; used by permission.
Michael shares this photo with us that he took in November of 2011 while having an opportunity to visit Frank Titman's "Spiral Hill" layout. Frank's layout was well-known by those modeling in S. Frank wrote articles for such magazines as the NASG's Dispatch, Model Railroader, and the former 3/16 "S"cale Railroading. Frank's layout and his company, Lehigh Valley Models, were all covered in various magazine articles, including a feature article about the layout in Kalmbach's Great Model Railroads 2000. You can see another photo that Michael took on the page dedicated to Frank's layout.
Photographer: Michael McConnell; used by permission.
Dave Jasper, himself a very accomplished S-scale modeler, is the artist responsible for painting the backdrop of Steve Monson's layout. Here he is in the process of adding a church to the backdrop. The church is to resemble the one in which Steve and his wife got married. You can see more photos Ron took of Steve's layout on this page.
Photographer: Ron Kemp; used by permission.
A Nickel Plate Road caboose waits for its train to complete some switching at the NKP interchange with the Monon Railroad in Linden, Indiana. The Monon line is in the background. The grain elevator is an HO-scale Walthers plastic kit built by Phil Johnson.
Photographer: Roger Nulton; used by permission.
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