New 0n30 scratchbuild

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modelbob

Administrator
#2
By the way folks, if On30, or any other scale, has significant activity, we'll create a topic specifically for it. I'll make a category for TT scale if enough folks are interested. It will all be based on how much activity there is.
 

crook

New Member
#3
Shamus said:
My latest scratchbuild is a scrap & tool shed.

Shamus
Oh dear. I am in serious trouble here. Looking at your stuff shamus makes me ready to whip out the credit card and get into On30. Dear dear...
 
#4
Oh yes, 0n30 is the way to go for me now after many years in H0 and before that N-scale. I like to be able to SEE with my glasses :D :)

Shamus
 

grumpybob

Lake Shore Lines
#5
Love what I see with you layout Shamus. I have recently bought some On30 equipment, but it came with standard HO rail on a pre-mounted roadbed so i can't cut out the ties. Did you hand lay your track? If so, what code did you use?

Want to build a smaller layout just for the this equipment. Can't give up the HO just yet. I haven't quite reached the glasses all the time stage :D
 
#6
Hiya,
My trackwork is all Peco code 100 and is 0-16.5 0n30. I was thinking about making my own trackwork at one time, but when Peco broght out this stuff, it changed my mind :D :D :D
Cheers
Shamus
 





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