hello from the Tamar Valley

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hello from the Tamar Valley

Postby Trammer » Sun Jan 19, 2014 2:42 pm

Hi - I have been lurking for a while; finally decided to register.

I have been playing with 2'0" gauge railways for the last twenty years or so, indeed that is how I earn my living.

Apart from narrow gauge I am a mining enthusiast.

In terms of modelling I am merely dipping a toe, having not indulged for many years. At the moment I am building a 1:24th scale model based on the Webb 18" Crewe works locos Dickie & Billy (running on 16.5 gauge track). Whether I'll ever finish it is another matter.

Cheers

Rick
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Postby Bilco » Sun Jan 19, 2014 2:55 pm

Hi Rick - Welcome to the Gnuthouse!

Your experiences with 2' gauge railways will be interesting to hear, and your chosen prototypes will make interesting models - do let us see how things are developing. If you need any advice there are plenty of people here who will be delighted to help.
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