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- Joined: Sat Feb 23, 2013 2:00 pm
- Location: S.E. London, England
- Interests: 009, Gn15, GNine
Went to EXPO NG in Swanley, Kent last year and re ignited my interest in narrow gauge. I've been lurking for a few months now and finally decided to take the plunge after I found members putting layouts in APA boxes. Spooky because I've got two in my loft waiting for the 'right' project.
G9, GN15 or both...
Hope to touch base with some of you at Swanley this year if not sooner..
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- Location: Market Drayton, Shropshire, UK
- Interests: most things narrow gauge, model or full size, especially 7 1/4" 'minimal' (which is sub Heywood ride on)
As you've spotted this is a great place to be. Minimum gauge gives you all sorts of excuses/reasons to create something small that just might have been.
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- Location: Brigstow, UK, EU, Planet Three, Sol, Outer Orion, Alpha Quadrant
- Interests: Narrow & minimum gauge railways full size & model, agriculture, cycling, science fiction
Chris Stockdale wrote:Minimum gauge gives you all sorts of excuses/reasons to create something small that just might have been.
Or is still to come
I like your idea of a combined Gn15/G9 layout, you could even make it dual gauge (Tillig supply a full range of 16.5mm+9mm gauge flexitrack, pointwork and escapes (disclamatoria vulgaris)).
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