This report lists model railroad track-related products, including track-side details. Click photos to visit the web sites.
Shane Lambert, who just bought Tomalco Track from Larry Morton, has renamed the company "S Scale Track". A new web site is available as well, complete with online shopping cart built in.
Fast Tracks has completely redesigned their web site. (ed: in my personal opinion it is much more difficult to navigate and find stuff than their previous version). To find something specific, click on their Products tab, then on the left you should see a listing called "Categories". Place a check-mark next to the item type of interest. Then, scroll further down to the "Scale" listing, where you can select "S", "S P64", "Sn3", and/or "Sn2". As you do, the main listing is automatically updated. All links on the NASG web site have been corrected to their new pages (which took quite a while to re-find items).
Unpainted, 3D-printed track bumper. Four per package.
Central & Western HomaRoad Supply returns with their new web site and the listing of S and Sn3 homasote sub-roadbed material.
Jason's Brass Poles announces this new Catenary and Signal Bridge Tower. They are available for $7 each in kit form or $9 each built-up. Right-click on the photo to see the larger version.
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The New Zealand company has added a good number of detailing items, including kits for building your own signals.
I have been conversing with the owner of Shiloh Signals as he posted a photo of an S-scale signal on one of the S-scale Facebook groups. It turns out that he specializes in both G and S-scale signals, and has been doing so since 1997. The S-scale signals are hand-made from brass. They come with LEDs installed and pre-wired, ready for installation on your layout or module. Please note that he does not manufacture semaphores. Since he has no web site, I have offered to showcase his S-scale product line on this page and, more permanently, under his listing in the "Resources" section. The diagrams below show configurations, with their model number and an estimated price. Example photos of S-scale models are also included. He will be happy to work with you to get a design that you need. Items are built-to-order, so please allow 3-4 weeks. Payment will be via PayPal invoice, and shipping within the continental U.S. is free. Click on the link below to start an e-mail to Mark. Don Heimburger gave their product line a positive review in the July 2006 S Gaugian magazine.
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Jason's Brass Poles specializes in brass armless, single-arm, double-arm, or Catenary-style trolley line poles in a variety of styles (Suydam, wood or tapered), with or without downguy and/or crossarms. He has a listing on eBay as well.
Dan Dawdy, of the S Scale Resource magazine and the NASG Dispatch editor, announces the availability of S-scale products in their 3D-printing division.