I am working on acquiring a lot of track and I have a ton of N scale stuff left from my 2x4 I used to have.
Now I see OO9 and I am intrigued by it.
I may be a bit crazy to even suggest it, but since OO9 is just OO scale narrow gauge,
is it a feasible idea to make a small Inglenook somewhere for a industrial park, or is that just a little stupid/inane.
The plan I am using will already have 2 power packs and it seems that 3 power packs might be a bit ambitious.
Well, there's a well-established H0n2-1/2 or H0n30 section with lots of commercially available equipment- why bother with a mix of scales (1:87 vs. 1:76)? To whet your appetite: Here. And have a look at this thread: http://www.freerails.com/view_topic.php?id=6020
Last edited on Wed Oct 3rd, 2018 12:13 pm by Helmut
I agree with Forrest, run the HOn30 with it's own power pack...OR check out the NARROW GAUGE RAILWAY MODELING ONLINE website, they have OO/HOn30 locos run with RADIO CONTROL! If I was into HO narrow gauge, I would be r/c anyway. Heck, if I was into any scale HO, etc...I would be r/c'ing everything.
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