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Among the topics discussed in this update:
- S Gauge Revisited - Having room to set up a small S gauge railroad forty years after the trains went into a box brought up some great memories, and gave me a chance to look at a current offering.
- Fallen Flags of Garden Railroading - Large Scale train manufacturers who helped advance the garden railroading hobby and whose efforts we still appreciate - and run.
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