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 Posted: Wed Dec 10th, 2014 02:11 pm
   
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Here's a P├ęchot-Bourdon in 1:35. You'll probably find more of the stuff there.



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 Posted: Wed Dec 10th, 2014 02:25 pm
   
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I was ignorant that such locos exist at 1/35 even if I know rue d'├ętropal in flesh. He seem very prolific. I check is 009 section. Fantastic.

Thank you so much for the link.



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 Posted: Wed Dec 10th, 2014 03:25 pm
   
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Here are some more... 1:32 scale. Close enough to 1:35 scale?

http://www.scalelink.co.uk/acatalog/Narrow_Gauge__60cm__Railway.html

http://www.scalelink.co.uk/acatalog/WW1_1_35_scale.html

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 Posted: Wed Dec 10th, 2014 03:30 pm
   
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you really want that I change of scale !

It's too late, I have already bought some building, tree, bridge...

I must admit that I was so ignorant of stuff at this scale.



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 Posted: Wed Dec 10th, 2014 05:32 pm
   
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I don't want you to change a thing, Franck. I just thought I'd point out to you or anyone else following this thread, what is available. I actually have a nice little collection of WDLR stuff in 7mm scale. It's tucked away in boxes right now.

Here is an example of some:

http://www.neilsayer.co.uk/index.html



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 Posted: Mon Jun 1st, 2015 04:51 pm
   
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I just made a mock up at scale of my layout in order to have of tracks, volume, oasis area and village. It's helping my also to visualize the size of the convoy











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 Posted: Fri Jun 5th, 2015 01:41 am
   
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Hi Franck.

Looking good.

The climate seems more favourable there than in the Norwegian harbour !

Time to dust-off your Sherlock Holmes magnifying-glass !

I guess a pair of the 7/8" fishermans Wellington-boots MIGHT just about fit into one of those wagons !!

Nice theme...
...if you keep the curtains closed, it'll seem like summer all through the winter at your place !

All the best.

Cheers.

Si.

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I like the layout a lot Franck! The mockup looks good.



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 Posted: Fri Jun 5th, 2015 05:50 am
   
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Hi Si,

I plan to buy a magnifier glass lamp for such small scale.

I have put a pair of  7/8" fishermans boots  and it could not fit in any wagons !

I go every year in Morocco or Tunisia for holidays, so it reminds me holidays.

Even if we don't note it at the first glance, the scene takes place in october or november because the date fruit we see on the palm is orange. Anyway, this period in Morocco look like summer for Paris or London.

All the best


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 Posted: Wed Jun 24th, 2015 03:52 pm
   
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I'm building the layout



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