View single post by Paladin
 Posted: Wed Sep 1st, 2010 03:42 am
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Joined: Tue Jan 24th, 2006
Location: Berwick, Australia
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Hi Norgale

Are you working in "S" or " Sn 3.

If you are working with Sn3 the place for you is "Narrow Gauge "

At the moment S standard gauge is not provided for, but please understand you would be our only member working in that scale.  Suggest you use HO/OO section, and see how it goes.

If after a period of time if it is active we could then look to setting something up.


PS I like Sn3 but there is not a lot of equipment out there and what there is  expensive.

Don McL
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