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The first Central Headlight for 2020 went into the mail today. If you are a member you will be receiving it shortly. For those who subscribe for the digital copy, it was emailed to you this morning.
This issue contains the following articles:
Enjoy and thanks for being a member. If you haven’t already, be sure to renew for 2020. It will be a wonderful 50th Anniversary year for the us.
Don’t forget to register when you get to the store!!!
These shirts a a deep blue with a red NYCS Logo on the front and a NYCSHS 50th Anniversary Logo on the back. They come in short-sleeve, short-sleeve with pocket, and long sleeve. The are available in sizes, M, L, XL, XXL, & XXL. You can order them to be picked up at the convention or have them shipped to you when you order. For shipped shirts, shipping is added. Ohio residents pay 8% Ohio sales tax.
The cover photo for this quarter’s edition is from Russ Weiss; “It Is So Ugly We Named It Piglet”. Associate Editor, Bob Shaw tells us about “Overhauling the Mighty Berk”. Jeff English shares his knowledge in “Rutland Vans # 25 -37”. Al Werner explains “Making a NYC Wheel Car, Lot 756-B, Part 1.” David Howarth continues his “NYC West Shore River Division = Part 7”. Bob Chapman visits a show and tells us “NYCS Shines at Chicagoland RPM”. Finally, Seth Lakins continues with “NYC’s Former MC&CS Waycars – Part 2”. And you also get all of the regular features with “NYCSHS RPO,” “NYCSHS Models” featuring photos from our members, “Extra Board,” “What’s New,” “The RPO”, and “The Observation Car.” All in the January 1, 2020 edition.
This online NYCSHS magazine is available quarterly on the NYCS website. Each edition contains five to seven articles covering different scales of NYCS modeling, a section reviewing all new NYCS models being offered by manufacturers for the quarter, letters and emails from members and readers, the latest news on models being offered by the NYCSHS at 20% discounts, and a variety of other information about modeling and happenings at the NYCSHS.
If you haven’t been reading this NYCSHS magazine, you have been missing out on a lot of NYCS action. Each edition contains five to seven articles covering different scales of NYCS modeling, a section reviewing all new NYCS models being offered by manufacturers for the quarter, letters and emails from members and readers, the latest news on models being offered by the NYCSHS at 20% discounts, and a variety of other information about modeling and happenings at the NYCSHS.
The magazine is free, and all you need to do to read or download it is to go to the NYCSHS website. To do that, go to www.NYCSHS.org. Then put your curser on the “Modeling Resources” button and drop down to the “NYCentral Modeler” tab. Then just follow the instruction on the page. ENJOY!!
Joe’s caboose is decked out in the late NYC Century Green colors with the Cigar Band logo and the new NYCSHS 50th Anniversary logo on a cold, clear winter’s day in New England.