Atlantic Coast S Gaugers - ACSG
"Promoting S Gauge along the East Coast"
|Paul has two American Flyer layouts in his home. The first shown here has the older Gilbert trains and accessories and Plasticville.|
A Gilbert American Flyer Northern rounds the curve pulling a freight train of Gilbert cars.
The layout has been decorated, and continues to be decorated, by Brooks Webb.
|Watch Paul's S scale UP Mikado with a custom-made smoke unit (1:35)|
American Flyer passenger train making a station stop.
Ken McNelly and Jeff Hill did the wiring and Ken programmed the TMCC controls for the layout.
|Watch Paul's S scale Blue Comet Pacific with a custom-made smoke unit (1:12)|
|Another connected room with more Gilbert American Flyer on the shelves and layout.|
|Watch the Lionel American Flyer Baltimore and Ohio 4-6-2 steam engine pull the long string of American Flyer passenger cars. (1:20)|
|A Missouri Pacific (MP) passenger train starts the climb up the city incline.|
|Watch Paul's Missouri Pacific passenger train pulled by the matched set of A-B-A S Helper diesel engines. (1:18)|
|MP passenger train on the elevated line.|
|Watch Paul's Big Boy 4-8-8-4 steam engine pull the long mixed freight train of vintage American Flyer cars. (1:38)|
|There is another layout and more trains in another room. This room has trains and accessories made more recently by Lionel, S-Helper Service, and American Models.|
|S-Helper track is used exclusively here.|
|Train sets line all four walls.|
|There are many interconnected loops of track all controlled automatically.|
|Watch the vast array of trains running on this layout! (3:29)|
|S scale trains displayed on the layout, on the walls, and under the layout.|
|This layout also has been decorated, and continues to be decorated, by Brooks Webb.|
|Diesel engines and passenger trains on display.|
|Freight engines and trains on display.|
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