fall and spring The Connecticut S Gaugers participate in train shows
feated as a fundraiser for the Cheshire H.S. band at their high
school facility. Our members bring along their own individual
modules, compliant with NASG
and begin set up at 6 a.m. By 10:00 a.m. when the audience arrives
the trains are rolling.
Jim Daniels and John
Nagel, at left, setting up Steve
Kutash's split corner module
in preparation for the show. Meanwhile, Ron Stringer and
Bill Krause discuss the cab controllers.
Veteran S Gauger Don Ross looks
on approvingly while Pete Prizzi tests the
Joe Voerman tests for
voltage as John Nagel looks on.
Jim Daniels connects the
electrical plugs connecting two modules.
(left) regauges the track. George Leidinger
(right) tests out an AF locomotive.
Larry Hally explains the
modular operations to an onlooker while Bill Fuhrman
operates the ever fascinating American Flyer barrel