Re: Class A railroads
- --- In z_scale@y..., de Champeaux Dominique <ddechamp71@y...> wrote:
> But my standards are not "the good way", I don'tThe only definition that I know of for "the good way" is whether you
> pretend to be right!
have can make a train go or not. Many would even consider static
A circle of track from Marklin's starter pack, operated by the
amazing Marklin "go - no go" battery pack is far better than any
layout that my imagination can conjure up. Add a tree from Thek and
you have a layout with scenery.
Even a stretch of track where you can test a locomotive is an
If you have a chance, please check out this site:
Not Z scale but small and true operating layouts.
But we are changing the subject. I think that the subject was
directed particularly toward modules used at public shows which
included the invitation for any Z scale model owner to bring his/her
train to the show and operate it on the exhibit.
It seems that some AZL locomotives had difficulties completing the
entire circuit and ideas for different standards were being
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