Do you model in S Scale?

Stourbridge Lion Mar 25, 2010

  1. Stourbridge Lion

    Stourbridge Lion TrainBoard Supporter

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    So far only 3 have said yes; but, making sure all have a chance to make your mark on this TrainBoard 10th Anniversity poll question...

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  2. Stourbridge Lion

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    All's quite in S Scale

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  3. Greg Elems

    Greg Elems Staff Member

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    Well Darren, I've voted. Oh well. I voted S scale and O and should have checked the narrow gauge but didn't.

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  4. Stourbridge Lion

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    Have you voted yet? Only a couple weeks left on this 10th Anniversary Poll!!!!!!!

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  5. Logtrain

    Logtrain TrainBoard Member

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    I dont model S-scale, however if I EVER got out of N scale I would jump over to Sn3. The reason I say this is beacuse I LOVE kitbashing and scratchbuilding and in S scale that would be right up my alley!
     
  6. roadranger

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    I model in S - a shelf type switching layout of NYC in 1963 with all ALCO power.
     
  7. BoxcabE50

    BoxcabE50 HOn30 & N Scales Staff Member TrainBoard Supporter

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    roadranger-

    Welcome to TrainBoard!

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  8. Switchman

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    We'll I missed the poll. But I'm into N Scale since 2006. And I'm now thinking/planning/researching getting back into American Flyer within the 3-5 years.

    See ya
    Ron
     

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