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Nearby S Gauge Clubs

Links to Nearby S Gauge Clubs

 

Contents below on this page:
1. S Ga Clubs In Pa . . . . . . 2. A Few Other Misc S Gauge Links
 

NASG Web Pages

The NASG (National Association of S Gaugers) site has much up-to-date information, including:
S Gauge Clubs
S Gauge Links & Manufacturers

1. S Gauge Clubs In Pa

Allentown Area - Lehigh Valley S Gaugers -- www.LehighValleySgaugers.org

Altoona -- Altoona Area Train Collector's Club -- (no website currently ?)

Altoona -- Altoona Model Train Museum Association -- www.trainweb.org/altoonatrain

Philadelphia Area - Neshaminy Valley American Flyer Club --www.geocities.com/RodeoDrive/9311/

Philadelphia Area - North Penn S Gaugers --http://npsg3.homestead.com/files/npsgi.htm

Williamsport-Danville-Selinsgrove Region -- Susquehanna S Gaugers (this website) -- www.SusquehannaSgaugers.com

S Clubs In Nearby States

Connecticut - Connecticut S Gaugers -- www.trainweb.org/csg

Delaware and points south -- Atlantic Coast S-Gaugers -- www.trainweb.org/acsg

New Jersey/Philadelphia Area - South Jersey S Gaugers -- http://www.trainweb.org/sjsg

2. A Few Other Misc S Gauge Links

Gilbert Catalogs Online, at MyFlyerTrains

S-Displays -- List Of S Gauge Operating Diplays Open To The Public -- www.trainweb.org/s-displays

A.C. Gilbert Heritage Society -- www.acghs.org

Craig O'Connell's S Gauge Model Railroading Home Page - www.trainweb.org/crocon/sscale.html

Paul York's S-Trains -- www.s-trains.com

Roy Hoffman's S-Scale Model Trains -- www.s-scaletrains.com

S-Gauge Email Discussion Groups -- S Gauge-oriented, Yahoo email discussion groups

S-Trains (Flyer & Hi-Rail) -- http://groups.yahoo.com/group/S-Trains

S-Scale (Scale) -- http://groups.yahoo.com/group/S-Scale

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Toy Train Operating Society (TTOS) -- www.ttos.org -- predominantly O gauge, but some S gauge.

Train Collectors Association (TCA) -- www.TrainCollectors.org -- predominantly O gauge, but some S gauge.

This page modified 9/3/2006 by James R. Ingram