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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.
Brian
1:20 AM
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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
lenelg
12:34 AM
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12296

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
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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
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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
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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
jimh98363
Apr 28
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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
thrustanparry7144
Apr 28
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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
frolinmarek
Apr 23
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12290

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
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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
thrustanparry7144
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!
decauville1126
Apr 20
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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
serpent_vision
Apr 20
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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,
decauville1126
Apr 14
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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
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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
gaz410
Apr 7
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