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A paper model to try out.
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 Posted: Wed Aug 17th, 2016 03:56 am
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Can be downloaded from the linked site. I'm not sure what scale it is, but it is nice.

http://www.tanajewskiart.pl/olsztynskie-tramwaje.html

Nice art work there too, here's a sample.



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A Tramski!
Just a tad complicated for a first try, I would think---

Oraz, że przyczyni się do programu fluent w języku polskim, myślę


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The Olsztyn(Allenstein) tram (1907-1965) was meter gauge. The model is 3/8"scale. You can see how narrow European trams were, compared to the American trams of that era.
Just as a side remark, from 2015 on the town's tram system was built anew, using standard-gauge low-floor trains on double track.



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