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S Scale SIG – Promoting 1:64 Scale Model Railroading
Welcome to sscale.org the online home of the S Scale SIG. The S Scale SIG is an NMRA affiliated Special Interest Group dedicated to the promotion of 1:64 scale model railroading. As the SIG develops, our hope is the S Scale SIG can provide a unified voice for the promotion of 1:64 scale model railroading within the larger model railroad community and sscale.org can serve as a central nexus of information for modelers, manufacturers and those interested in learning more about S scale trains.
S scale model railroading in 1:64 is alive and vibrant with diverse groups of modelers in both standard and narrow gauges. S has always been known as “the perfect size” falling between the larger O and the smaller HO. It is an architectural scale, 3/16″ to the foot, and perfect for operators, model builders and scratch builders alike.
If you are an S Scaler, this SIG is here to help you. Consider registering for our forum and joining the conversation or volunteering your time, talent or resources to help promote the scale. All are welcome.
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