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A list of all scale/gauge combinations
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 Posted: Fri Jan 3rd, 2014 07:21 pm
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No Woodie, only includes scales whose rails are made of steel.
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Although here is a good question, what gauge do I put for monorails?:us:

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 Posted: Sat Jan 4th, 2014 03:25 pm
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Hi James,

I'm not sure there is a proper name for 16mm scale on 45mm track. It's generally just called G scale which, despite being called a scale, is actually just used for anything vaguely narrow gauge running on 45mm track (to distinguish it from standard gauge models which are of course gauge 1). G scale can be anything from 16mm:1ft (1:19.05) to 1:29 .

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 Posted: Sat Jan 4th, 2014 03:25 pm
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Sorry, duplicate post.

Frank

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