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 Posted: Sat Mar 18th, 2017 08:55 pm
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jtrain



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That's a great idea Woodie.  The problem for me is that this is just too dang small for my liking.  Don't get me wrong, T gauge is absolutely amazing, but there's a limit. I've got steady hands, 20/20 vision and the patience of a saint, but N scale is about as small as I would dare go.
For those brave souls trying T gauge, I say pour on the coal. You really are on the frontier of the hobby, making small trains that run well, operate well, and are a joy to run.
--James



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See progress on the Crown Peak Logging Railroad

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And:

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A blog with modeling ideas and prototype information about my favorite regional railroad, the Rapid City Pie
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