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British Large Scale Model Tramcars

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  • David Balharrie
    Thought you just might be interested in some pictures of large-scale 3/4 inch models of British tramcars running in a garden? If you are, then go to
    Message 1 of 4 , Sep 4, 2000
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      Thought you just might be interested in some pictures of large-scale 3/4
      inch models of British tramcars running in a garden?

      If you are, then go to www.dgbalhar.demon.co.uk/model-tram and select the
      link "Trams in the Garden" at the top of the page. The pictures might take a
      little time to download, but hopefully you will think it is worth it.

      Regards

      David
    • Jan Girardot
      ... David, it is well-worth going to that website, if only to see what wonderful things are happening across the Pond. 3/4 Scale is certainly spectacular
      Message 2 of 4 , Sep 5, 2000
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        "David Balharrie" <davidg@...> wrote:
        >
        >Thought you just might be interested in some pictures of large-scale 3/4
        >inch models of British tramcars running in a garden?
        >
        >If you are, then go to www.dgbalhar.demon.co.uk/model-tram and select the
        >link "Trams in the Garden" at the top of the page. The pictures might take a
        >little time to download, but hopefully you will think it is worth it.
        >

        David, it is well-worth going to that website, if only to see what wonderful
        things are happening "across the Pond." 3/4" Scale is certainly spectacular
        compared to 1/2", et al: are most of the prototypes "standard gauge"? Jan
      • David Balharrie
        Jan Most are standard gauge, although some people have built models to scale 3ft 6in. Glad you liked the site. Regards David ... From: Jan Girardot
        Message 3 of 4 , Sep 13, 2000
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          Jan

          Most are standard gauge, although some people have built models to scale 3ft
          6in.

          Glad you liked the site.

          Regards

          David


          -----Original Message-----
          From: Jan Girardot [mailto:girardot@...]
          Sent: 06 September 2000 01:45
          To: largescaleTrolley@egroups.com
          Subject: Re: [largescaleTrolley] British Large Scale Model Tramcars


          "David Balharrie" <davidg@...> wrote:
          >
          >Thought you just might be interested in some pictures of large-scale 3/4
          >inch models of British tramcars running in a garden?
          >
          >If you are, then go to www.dgbalhar.demon.co.uk/model-tram and select the
          >link "Trams in the Garden" at the top of the page. The pictures might take
          a
          >little time to download, but hopefully you will think it is worth it.
          >

          David, it is well-worth going to that website, if only to see what wonderful
          things are happening "across the Pond." 3/4" Scale is certainly spectacular
          compared to 1/2", et al: are most of the prototypes "standard gauge"? Jan
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