View single post by Robert Comerford
 Posted: Sun Mar 5th, 2017 04:31 am
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Robert Comerford


Joined: Thu Feb 14th, 2013
Location: Glen Innes, Australia
Posts: 588
Hi Steve, you are certainly not alone but there probably not a lot of others.
What you are doing is normally called 1n3-1/2. Usually followed by modellers of 3'6" railways who want to use O gauge track. Been around for decades.
Scales vary with 9mm ,10mm and 3/8" in common use. Some very nice indoor layouts done by the Kiwi's in 9mm.
If you have access to Garden Railways magazine, there were often articles from a modeller in South Australia (Ralph Holden) who has been building outdoor layouts in this scale/gauge combination for decades. He even has a book published called "A Stupid Undertaking".

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