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S SCALE MODEL RAILROADING

 

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Some Dimensions of S Scale:
  • Scale to foot: 3/16" = 1 foot.
  • Proportion to the prototype: 1/64. By comparison O scale = 1/48, HO scale = 1/87 and N scale = 1/160.
  • Distance between rail heads: .883"
  • Code .100 rail in S scale = 110 lb. rail in prototype.
  • Code .125 rail in S scale = 155 lb. rail in prototype.
We're On The Move : S scale is one of the fastest growing scales within model railroading today and is growing in leaps and bounds. Why? Because you need only 10% more space than HO to operate, our products are proliferating in the market place and S scale products run reliably, track better and are easily modeled to prototypical accuracy.

The Dining Car Menu:
The appetizers:
Craig S. O'Connell's "S" Gauge Model RR

Other "S" Resources

"S" History/Glossary
"S" Tips
The Main Courses:
Featuring Our Two Largest Manufacturers: S Helper Service / American Models

"S" News

Suppliers of Locomotives and Rolling Stock

Track and Track Laying Materials...Roadbed, Ties, Rail Supplies

S Scale Detail Parts, Scratchbuilding Supplies & Tools

Electronics--suppliers of power packs, train signals, DCC, lighting, meters, motors and more...

S Scale Dry Transfers, Decals, Lettering, Signs, Paper

S Vehicles

Featured Layouts

Structures & Scenery

 The side dishes: (can be ordered separately)

American Flyer®

"S" Traction

S Narrow Gauge

The desserts:

S Gauge Prototypes - Boxcar-ology 101 by Pieter Roos

S SCALE INTERNATIONAL
S Scale Model Railroading in Canada!  
S Scale Model Railroading in Sweden
S Scale Model Railroading in France!


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