For all you fans of Miniature Wonderland

Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by Chessie1973, May 27, 2004.

  1. Chessie1973

    Chessie1973 Member

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  2. Jodam

    Jodam Member

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    That's a brilliant, and i'd dare to say professional layout. The first pic of the Snow-field, is what i'm working on in N-scale with an incline cable railway at 45deg up the mountain the track being one full length of Flex track.
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    Fantastic. I must say those Euro guys sure can model. (altough the only thing I recognized was a Coke sign) :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
  4. Jodam

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    It was the French Vehicles i spotted first off. The creek with the bodies & scuba divers is brilliant also.
  5. rcwatkins

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    Yeah, I've seen pictures of it. People will wait 40 miniutes to see a layout? :eek: They better like it a lot is all I can say. ;)
  6. Sir_Prize

    Sir_Prize Member

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    I WANT ONE! ...AND I WANT IT N SCALE!! ...AND I WANT IT NOW!!! :mad: :mad:

    By the way... this Blueberry Dessert Gum is great! ;) :D



    It boggles the mind and is just AWESOME!
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  7. rcwatkins

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    Hey, don't forget about the Non European trains!
  8. Woodie

    Woodie Active Member

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    That's one helluva train set. :) **ponders** Wonder what their minimum curve radius is? :p