Narrow Gauge lovers?

tunnel88 Jan 3, 2001

  1. tunnel88

    tunnel88 TrainBoard Member

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    Well i don't model narrow gauge, i just love the excellent modeling that usually comes from those who model it!

    There's just something about those little steamers that look like they are a little too big for the tracks!
     
  2. K.V.Div

    K.V.Div TrainBoard Member

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    If I had to start all over, I would probably join the "Narrow Minded Bunch" and go the narrow gauge route, hell, I would more than likely join the true lunatic fringe and model Nn3!.
    I love scratchbuilding and kitbashing and that would definatly do it for me.
    Still, as I model the Canadian Pacific during the 1950-1970 period, over the southern British Columbia Route (The Kootenay and Kettle Valley Divisions), I am still compelled to kitbash, scratchbuild, or otherwise modify my rolling stock in order to have a true representation of CPR's equipment which was used on that route.
    Happy and safe modeling!
    Cheers,

    Terry
     
  3. Ironhorseman

    Ironhorseman Staff Member In Memoriam

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    Terry .. if you are modeling HO gauge .. you can run Sn3 gauge on standard HO .. or, if you model in N guage, you can use standard N gauge track for HOn2. [​IMG]

    We *do* have a "Narrog Gauge & Shortline" and Narrow Gauge (modeling) forums in here too ya know? [​IMG]

    Happy New Year!

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    Bill (#16)

    "Get Goosed on the Yreka Western"

    [This message has been edited by Ironhorseman (edited 04 January 2001).]
     
  4. JCater

    JCater TrainBoard Member

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    Being from Colorado, I LOVE narrow guage, but have always shyed away from it because of cost in HO [​IMG]. I am very impressed with the new Bachmann On30 equipment and hope that my next layout can be in this scale. Happy Modeling!!
    John

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    The Santa Fe and Southwestern, Chief of the Southwest!!
     

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