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Postby dylanpaugh12 » Mon Aug 05, 2013 2:53 am

I know this is more of a G scale website, but has anyone ever heard of Nn3? Heres a link to a video of a really neat layout. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-pQ9nC7hsKk
It's really neat, huh? I was wondering if anyone has had any experience with modelling one? Or owning one? I have an N scale layout I'm working on, and if i can get my hands on a set if they make them, ill add it to the layout or make a separate micro layout. After the N scale layout, Ill probably work of a Gn15 layout. If anyone wants to see my N scale layout, my youtube channel is
Also keep in mind I'm 13, so I dont have that much money.
-Thanks, Dylan

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Postby Glen A » Mon Aug 05, 2013 5:25 am

Nn3 - N scale on Z gauge track (6.5mm).
And you could go one better by putting N scale on T gauge track (3mm).
But from what I've seen of anything smaller than N gauge = Big $$$. :shock:

And since your signature says you are only 13 and don't have much money, you don't want to don't want to pay big $$ just to cut it up and bash it around. Well I wouldn't. :wink:

Stick to the Ho and N scale chassis that are cheap and plentiful, and you can practise on them first. :wink:

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