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Re: 1/35 railroad detail parts

One thing you need to keep in mind, a lot of O scale items are actually over scale for O scale, and that makes them more suitable for 1/35 scale. Brian Qld.
May 26

Re: 1/35 railroad detail parts

Finding suitable detail items for 1/35 or thereabouts is a problem which I think most of us share - simple things like brakewheels etc. I would also appreciate
May 26

Re: 1/35 railroad detail parts

My day job is Deputy Fire Chief/Emergency Manager for the city of Olympia.  Being prepared for 72 hours or more after a disaster to survive on your own is a
Gregory Wright
Apr 28

Re: 1/35 railroad detail parts

Greg, What does "Are you prepared for 72 ?" Mean? Regards Rod Hutchinson Australia On Apr 29, 2015 12:47 PM, "Gregory Wright gregorywright2002@...
Rod Hutchinson
Apr 28

Re: 1/35 railroad detail parts

Jim, please contact me off line at my private email address gregorywright2002@....  I am down in Olympia and modeling in the same. Gregory WrightAre
Gregory Wright
Apr 28

1/35 railroad detail parts

Hello all - I just re-joined the group and am finally trying to get back into some modeling after an extended period of busy-ness. I am curious if anyone knows
Apr 28

Re: Beyer Peacock 'Dot'

Mystery solved; I had an email from Ray Lantz of 'Fun and Games' figure fame - he is the person that constructed 'Dot' for Mike South. 1/32 scale on 19mm
Apr 28

35th National Narrow Gauge Convention in Texas

Howdy ! Writing to share some updates as of April for the 2015 National Narrow Gauge Convention that is coming up in September, in Houston, Texas. This is an
Apr 23

Re: Crowsnest Debut [5 Attachments]

Very enjoyable to see and glad it is being preserved. Vincent Bradley, Cincinnati, OH On Thu, Apr 23, 2015 at 9:18 AM, thrustanparry7144@...
Vincent Bradley
Apr 23

Crowsnest Debut

The 1/32Crowsnest made its public debut last Saturday. Very well received - 100's of photos taken by visitors and 6 hours of story telling made the day fly
Apr 23
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Re: Amberley Museum’s Spring Industri al Trains Day Sunday April 2

Flash update! Sadly we won’t now be able to offer Driver for a Fiver at this event but hope it will be available again at our Autumn event. Flash update!
Apr 20

135th Contrustion Battalian Structure Parts on Clearance at Squadron

While searching for something different, I noticed that Squadron.com currently has a number of 1:35 scale resin building components on clearance, which may be
Apr 20

Amberley Museum’s Spring Industrial Trains Day Sunday April 26th

Amberley Museum’s Spring Industrial Trains Day Official press release: Amberley Museum’s Spring Industrial Trains event, primarily aimed at the enthusiast,
Apr 14

Re: U-Models new Kits: Deutz OMZ122 WW2 German Diesel Locomotive and

Thomas,great finds. The Deutz looks great. The V tipper appears pretty detailed. If you scroll down even further on the first link there is a Baldwin WW1 loco
Geoff Potter
Apr 7

Re: Driver figures in general

Hallo Thomas Thanks a lot for an overview of some of the driver figures available. The supply of figures is changing all the time and some may already be out
Apr 7
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