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scott b wrote:I have always wanted to do a WW1 trench railway layout and everything I want is there (minus my large wallet to get the stuff I added up in the 10 minutes looking)
mad gerald wrote:Franck,
... unbelievable to see, what has been built and what is available in this scale ... ... thank you for posting all this additional information ... your contribution is very much appreciated
Les wrote:Reminds me I was modelling in 1:35/1:32 scale on 16.5mm track 8 years ago before I got hooked on 1:24. Sold most of the stock. Now slowly building some more as time permits: http://forum.gn15.info/viewtopic.php?t=5675&start=25
Pandy wrote:Hi Chris, the William Britain "Autoway" construction figures that we're planning to use measure 56mm to the tops of their hard hats, 54mm is the generally accepted term amongst the military figure buffs, so you're about right. As with things like Barbie/Cindy & Action Man/G.I. Joe they do tend to represent what is commonly regarded to be the physical ideal, slightly taller or shorter figures are perfectly acceptable, there are some thinner looking figures around, need to find ourselves some with a little more in the waistline department
Korschtal wrote:Does anyone know of a relatively inexpensive source of female figures? preferably not in the guise of barely dressed barbarian warriors.
has anyone tried Britains or Siku figures, for example?
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