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And whats all this inches stuff, don't you know the majority of the world use metric
michael wrote:And whats all this inches stuff, don't you know the majority of the world use metric
fo those of you that might need some help with the math may I offer you
I grew up on cubits an sticks an bits of string, an' I sorted it out.
learningtobelost2 wrote:Ok, pending an 'offical' stance on what "paper products" actually covers count me in
Does the term paper products encompass cardboard if not at what thickness does paper count as card?
Peter wrote:Micheal, is paper mache an allowable building material for the building?
Baseboard and frame are exactly the same thing. Though it is interesting when you speak of the language gap between nations, I've always used baseboard and I've lived in New York City my whole life.Now is "baseboard" the same as frame? I would use pink foam or the like for my layout frame.
KEG wrote:could you please give the dimensions for the German participants in our local measurements. For those of us, which are not familiar with millimeters, meters and Zolls (inches).
KEG wrote:I´d prefer the Prussian Foot (31,385 cm). I really wonder, how they ever got the early English made locos on Bavarian or Saxon tracks.
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