The lone O scaler!

Discussion in 'G / O / S Scale Model Trains' started by jon-monon, Jan 28, 2004.

  1. jon-monon

    jon-monon Active Member

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  2. Catt

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    Jon,the pole needs to be multiple choice to really be fair.
  3. Tyson Rayles

    Tyson Rayles Active Member

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    Jon you know my layout is N, but recently I have been fooling around a little with On30. In the poll I voted for multi-scales and there are also votes in the too many scales, etc. cats also. Hard to say how many N or O or whatever there really are here. :confused:
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    jon-monon Active Member

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    I wish it could be made where you can pick as many scales as you like, but I didn't see how :confused: :confused: :confused: I tried to make it closer by adding "generic" multi gauge/scale choices, but if the good folks don't post their scales after picking one of the multies, that info is lost :( Luckily, it's all for fun :)
  5. Greg Elems

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    Jon,

    You aren't alone. I model in O, On30 and S scale. I also my throw an Sn42 train together, provided I find a suitable Athearn U30C really cheap. :D Currently, I'm planning a Time-saver layout based on the John Allen layout in S and O. May even throw a small switching layout together for my boys in HO, and run my On30 on it. Since these layouts need to be stored upright, buildings will be modular too.

    Greg