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- Joined: Thu Jul 11, 2013 8:08 pm
- Location: West Sussex, UK
- Interests: N scale and Gn15 modelling
Hi all, I'm Kev from Yapton in West Sussex.
I've been modelling railways for over thirty years now! Originally GWR in 00, then moved to N, which later progressed to modelling the China Clay lines in Cornwall circa 1980's.
Ten years ago after unsuccessful forays into both 009 and O-16.5 I settled modelling American railroads in Wisconsin, still in N.
The narrow gauge 'itch' has never left me however, and after discovering this forumI realised Gn15 may be the cure! Time for some research and planning, with no lack of inspiration on this board.
Such is life
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- Location: Suffolk, UK
- Interests: Railways, Cats, Computers, Beer
Welcome to the Gnuthouse Kev
The Gn15 bug can be a slow burrower, but it's persistent
If at first you don't succeed, use a bigger hammer.
The only thing that keeps me sane, is the friendship I share with my collection of singing potatoes....
Never knowingly sensible!
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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)
Hi Kev and welcome.
I suspect that Gn15 is the disease rather than the cure, but too late anyway as you're here now and there's no escape
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