S Gauge, S Scale and Model Railroad
The following web sites offer comprehensive coverage of the S Gauge world.
The National Association of S-Gaugers has its own site: . The site includes information on the organization and assorted useful additional links.
Paul Yorke's list of S-related links is among the most comprehensive on the Web! His site makes a great starting point
Craig O'Connell's S Scale Model Railroading Home-page. Both Craig's and Paul's websites offer a fine collection of links to check out the activities of S gauge clubs around the nation and the world
Thomas Barker has been collecting AF for over 50 years and has written a book, Greenberg AF Repair Guide. Tom has offered to help others with their repair problems. He can be reached at his Amazon website.
The Western New York S Scale Association in the Buffalo NY area now has a web presence at trainweb.org. Visit them at trainweb.org/WNYSSA
The National Model Railroad Association also has a web presence. Visit the NMRA site for links to manufacturers' web pages and on-line layout tours.
National Model Railroad Association
S scale and American Flyer e-lists have much discussion of S scale topics. Visit;
S-Scale for scale model trains.
American Flyer (TM) for American Flyer (TM) and AF compatible trains.
e-Bay often has S-scale items up for bid. Since S-scale items on e-Bay can be harder to find, try the second link for the most listings.
American Flyer (TM) on e-Bay or Scales, General