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n2n

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I seemed to have lost N scale community. Can't download web site. I am an in and out N scale collector. Now have a complete bedroom dedicated to trains. I like old Arnold Rapido, just go crazy finding parts. My layout can go from post WWII to post WWII Japan (bullet trains) to post WWII America steam and diesel. If I had a geographic area I guess the western US is my style. Live in Los Angeles area and cannot find other collectors. :(


N2N
 

CCoffran

Active Member
#2
Welcome to the Forum. While I don't have a layout at home, my 3 cats think tiny trains are something that needs to be killed, I have started building N scale T-trak modules with another member from my model railroad club. I collect mostly the New England Railroads, Vermont Rail, Central Vermont, NECR, CP, CN, B&M, GT and Pan Am Railways. I also collect UP steam, diesel passenger trains and the European TGV bullet trains.

Clint
 



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