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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by Matthyro, Apr 24, 2004.
So any cars or locos that come from Europe are not going to work on our track? Do they break down into sections? If so how large are they?
There were quite a few there Pat but it sure wasn'rt crowded. Maybe more will come tomorrow.
The layouts were various sizes and all in modular form for moving purposes.
There were some N scale but also TT which is between N and HO.then OO which is almost like HO I think. The O scale stuff is marvelous
Robin I wish I lived closer because I definately would have gone. Is your great work featured on any of those layouts?
None of my stuff at this show Pat. These Brits sure are great modellers. Just amazing work.
Great pics Robin! :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
Hi Robin,, thanks for the great pictures.
Ernie and myself will be there Sunday morning.
Thanks for posting all the pictures, although the one of my mug may reduce the attendance by half.
The 2mm scale fellow are adamant that they are not N gauge. 2mm was a developing scale before N, but N came in at just below 2mm to the foot, while the English picked 2 1/16 mm to the foot (on 9mm track), similar to the mistake they made with OO. Eropean commercial N is compatible with North American; it is, after all, what it developed from.
Robin: did you get a photo of the traverser+turntable on the 2mm layout?
I will be there again on Sunday, at the Alum Chine layout. I decided not to be a demonstrator this year.
Lots of great pictures Robin. Looks like a good time.
As soon as I saw #22 I recognised Brian Fayle's work. his figure painting is the best I have seen.
Words fail me. :thumb: :thumb: :thumb: Thanks so much for posting these amazing pictures.
No I don't have a photo of the traverser+turntable on the 2mm layout David. Hope you get one and post it.
Hi Robin, Some excellent model layouts you took photos of, just a question, in photo 21 -- is that the old Hornby Dublo 3 rail I see.?
Can't quite make it out. Maybe its a Trix 3 rail even.