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 Posted: Wed Apr 14th, 2010 06:41 pm
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It's your layout, so go for it. My layout is 16.5MM gauge, 1:35 scale-35n2-and I am glad that I don't need to clean the rails or worry about power in the yard. Just my thoughts.

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David,

make your life easier and equip your Gn15 locos with battery and RC.
It's possible on the smallest room.

This is a Lister truck, I use on my 1:22,5 layout (32mm gauge). And it is equipped with very tiny RC components.The battery is placed in the roof.




I also made a first start in Gn15 with this tram loco and that will go RC as well.



Regards

Juergen

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