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This page is the home of our S Scale Library of Instructions from S Scale and related kits.

Looking for Instructions? If you are looking for a set of instructions and don't see it here, please contact us and we'll see if we can source it and make it available.

Have Instructions we do not have? If you have Kit Instructions and we don't have them listed here, please contact us. We would be interested in either obtaining your instructions if you no longer need them, or getting a copy of them, in order to make them available for others.

PLEASE NOTE!  All of our instructions are in PDF format. We've tried to scan as close to the original size as possible. If larger than 11" x 17" we've scanned in multiple passes, with some overlap. If a document is larger than 8.5" x 11" and you  need to print on 8.5" x 11" paper, you can print using Adobe Reader's Tile/Poster facility (depending on which version you have) which will result in multiple 8.5" x 11" sheets that can be taped together. Where we have noted 11x17, it means the document includes some or all of 11"x17" pages.









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An active modeler in 1:64 scale (S scale) since 1998 and a new On30 modeler, Michael's primary interests are in model railroading, structure modeling and control systems for model railroading. Michael is a life member of the National Model Railroad Association (NMRA) and a member of the National Association of S Gaugers (NASG) and the Bristol S Gauge Railroaders.

Michael and his wife Deane Louise co-own Pine Canyon Scale Models, a manufacturer of S Scale and O scale structures.

Michael is a past chair of the NMRA's Digital Command Control (DCC) Working Group and was a contributor to the NMRA's DCC Standards activities. Michael continues to play an active role in the use of NMRA DCC in S Scale model railroading.

Michael currently serves as the Librarian for the NASG's Russell M. Mobley Memorial Library.

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