Japanese HO Layout

Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by shortliner, Dec 20, 2005.

  1. shortliner

    shortliner Member

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    I found this on another group, and can just see some catenary enthusiasts falling in love with it (despite it not actually being a trolley layout, but it easily could be!)
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    Sorry no text BUT the pictures are reasonably self explanatory -
    > > nominally 3'x 2'; to follow the progress just click on the RH ??.
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    http://minoru-k02.hp.infoseek.co.jp/models/miso/keiben.htm

    click on the underlined english characters ZY,O to move forward 1/87(HO)scale
    Shortliner(Jack)away up here in the Highlands
  2. Chessie6459

    Chessie6459 Gauge Oldtimer

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    That is neat. Thanks for sharing the link with all of us here.:wave: :wave:
  3. ausien

    ausien Active Member

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    Thanks for sharng this link jack....great looking layout....have a good one..steve
  4. nachoman

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    Nice. I wish I could read the text :) The old pueblo trolley in tucson had a Japanese streetcar they ran...hmm. I wonder if there is a website for that line...

    kevin
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  6. jetrock

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    Looks like a doodblebug to me, since none of the "trolley" equipment seems to even be set up for trolley poles. Either that or it's supposed to be "third-rail" equipment...
  7. shortliner

    shortliner Member

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    Yup, I thought a trolley version would work well, though
    Shortliner(Jack)away up here in the Highlands
  8. DWP

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    copy paste the link into Google and do a search
    when the results come up click on
    [ Translate this page ]
    works with other sites also.
    Dave