Suggestions needed!

Discussion in 'N / Z Scale Model Trains' started by nalmeida, Nov 29, 2003.

  1. Matthyro

    Matthyro Will always be re-membered

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    Welcome to the Gauge A&JRR. Thats a good suggestion as I like to see any caboose saved.
  2. Jalcubed

    Jalcubed New Member

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    Ok so this is off the subject but i had to add my 10 cents worth.

    The interesting factor about chips is that coming from a British colonised country, New Zealand, we have both chips and fries.

    Fries are fired potatoes that are cut so they are long and skinny.

    Whiel Chips are the same but much thinker/chunkier and they shorter.

    Of course then there are wedges and potatoe chips (crisps?)

    Anybody know what I'm on about...

    hmmm well liek ai said completely off the subject.

    Oh I do like the idea of the car park (lot) and the cafe either in n old wago or caboose, or the track idea works for me, its just cool to have use and old Railway (railroad) vehicle.

    Cheers all

    Jason
  3. Jalcubed

    Jalcubed New Member

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    Hmm sorry about the typos, hopefull you could all understand what I meant.

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    Ok so this is off the subject but i had to add my 10 cents worth.

    The interesting fact about chips is that coming from a British colonised country, New Zealand, we have both chips and fries.

    Fries are fried potatos that are cut so they are long and skinny.

    While Chips are the same but much thicker/chunkier and they are shorter.

    Of course then there are wedges and potato chips (crisps?)

    Anybody know what I'm on about...

    hmmm well like I said completely off the subject.

    Oh I do like the idea of the car park (lot) and the cafe either in nn old wagon or caboose, or the truck idea works for me, its just cool to use an old Railway (railroad) vehicle as part of the scene.

    Cheers all