One of the oldest scales in existence, with a 1:64 scale train built in 1896, S Gauge was formalized in 1943 by the National Model Railroad Association. A.C. Gilbert began building two-rail S Gauge trains in 1946 under the American Flyer brand with improvements in design and heavy promotion that shaped the world of S Gauge ever after.
American Flyer, S-Helper Service, and American Models are prominent in the world of S Gauge, with numerous brass manufacturers offering their own highly detailed 1:64 scale products over the years. Trainz proudly offers an outstanding selection of both vintage and modern S Scale Trains.
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