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bobblackcloud wrote:Well . . . . . Actually . . . . .
If Gn15 is G scale/narrow gauge/15 inch,
shouldn't it be Gm9 for G scale/miniature/9 inch?
Just my little bit of pedantry, I'll duck now.
ian holmes wrote:Do we need a "Gnine" forum now to cover the modelling of miniature railways
I like that.
I used it first! I'd better copyright it...
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Somewhere to discuss the miniature prototype.
david colley jnr wrote:hey steve, been a while since i last caught up with ulysses, aka, sir humphrey davy, Where is she now? last time i heard of her, she was at the now abandond "ridon park", where she sported a green livery and a massivly enlarged cab to give better comfort for the driver... Always liked the more scale narrow gauge look to her though.
shortliner wrote:I think St James Park was in RM Sept '02
Steve Bennett wrote: I'm hoping Colin will come in here now and update us, his knowledge in this field is far greater than mine.
Catweasel wrote:It wouldn't be a cheap scale though, due to high cost of "N" gauge running gear.And "N" gauge mechs can be temperamental. I could be tempted though.
Catweasel wrote:I think that this shape for the tender sides may work Steve.
Catweasel wrote:You're up late. I didn't know the Plymouth was split. I believe it can also be cut down to a 4 wheeler? What chassis did you use for your tender.
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