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Postby ian holmes » Wed Aug 30, 2006 7:59 pm

An open appeal
When you gnine modellers have a Gnine model to show to the world send it to me and I'll post it on Gnine.info. Layouts, Loco's or Rolling Stock. Just a picture or two would be fine and a word or two about its construction as well.
I don't want to fill the site with just my work.

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Try something different http://gnine.info

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Gnine FAQ

Postby ian holmes » Thu Aug 31, 2006 1:49 pm

I'm putting up an FAQ page for Gnine.info and I need some FAQ.
So far I've covered;
How do I make track?
Where can I buy Gnine trains?
Do I need any special skills?
What couplers do I use?
What ballast should I use?
Miniature railways aren't real trains are they?


Can anyone think of any others?

Ian
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Try something different http://gnine.info

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Postby Peter » Thu Aug 31, 2006 5:59 pm

You may want to put in "Why are the layouts so small"
I find alot of people still don't know about or understand micro layouts and automaticaly dismiss anything that isn't basement sized.
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