Gday from Adelaide, Australia

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Klink
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Gday from Adelaide, Australia

Postby Klink » Wed Jun 19, 2013 6:37 am

Hi guys, thought it was time for me to say hello.

I'm usually the head of my club's N gauge group but I have other interests and since discovering the delightfully quirky Gn15 and GNine scales I feel like stretching out my modelling!

Currently I have a 'U-Drive' Gn15 layout underway for the kids to play with at shows (a bit more durable loco stock than the N gauge one we have now I'd say) and am drawing up a two-module club exhibition layout in GNine- this might very well be an Australia first if its shown!

I look forward to meeting all of you fellow Gnuts,

Matt
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Postby Bilco » Wed Jun 19, 2013 7:35 am

Hi Matt - Welcome to the Gnuthouse! We'd love to see some photos of your layout as it progresses, and if you need any advice there is always someone here who can help.
Bill

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Postby chris stockdale » Wed Jun 19, 2013 8:14 am

Hi Matt,

Welcome to our little corner. As you've already spotted there's a wide range of stuff in here, often quirky, sometimes serious, but always enjoyable.

cheers,

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Re: Gday from Adelaide, Australia

Postby Glen A » Wed Jun 19, 2013 8:35 am

Welcome aboard!

Klink wrote: am drawing up a two-module club exhibition layout in GNine- this might very well be an Australia first if its shown!


Sounds interesting.
Hope you are going to post your plans here. I'm looking forward to seeing them.

Glen.


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