My Library - S/Sn3 Modeling Guide 1995-12 Articles

Change Times... Changing Tunes... Sometimes!

Page:
14
Author:
Bill Wade
Category:
Model Railroads and People
Scale:
S
Description:
An editorial about how people used to complaint about things not being available in S-scale. Now that more products are available, people still complain.

Moving Passengers in "S" Scale

Page:
15
Author:
V.S. Roseman
Category:
Passenger Cars
Scale:
S
Description:
After covering the prototype history of the New Haven's Pullman-Standard passenger coach cars ordered after the 1930s, the author continues by describing how A.C. Gilbert American Flyer and American Hi-Rail passenger cars can be used to model these prototype cars. Includes model photos, a 1958 New Haven main line diagram, and construction drawings.

Baltimore & Ohio M-53 and M-53A Wagontop Boxcars Part 1

Page:
20
Authors:
Brendon L. Graeber & Geoffrey M. Graeber, MD
Category:
Freight Cars - Box Cars
Scale:
S
Description:
This installment starts off by describing the historical information about these two cars. Includes a table on the lettering schemes used by the B&O, and several prototype and model photos.

Scratchbuilding Tunnel Portals

Page:
24
Author:
Craig O'Connell
Category:
Scenery - Trackside
Scale:
S
Description:
The author describes how he built a tunnel portal out of air-drying clay.

Narrow Budget Narrow Gauge

Page:
26
Author:
Mick O'Hanlon
Category:
Structures - Industrial
Scale:
S
Description:
Using hydrocal-based kit pieces from both HO- and S-scale kits to form kitbashed structures.

Layout Unlimited's Steel Coils

Page:
30
Author:
Bill Wade
Category:
Product Review
Scale:
S
Description:
Steel coil loads made out of injection-molded styrene, and a rack specifically made for an American Flyer gondola.