- Jacob, The Tiny Trains that Sam is referring to are not functional, operating models on rails. They are fairly realistic looking wooden models pulled around aMessage 1 of 8 , Aug 11, 1999View SourceJacob,
The Tiny Trains that Sam is referring to are not functional, operating
models on rails. They are fairly realistic looking wooden models pulled
around a slot in the layout by a 'wire'. They are very neat looking
layouts, more of a novelty than an actual modeling/operating layout. I
think one would look good incorporated in an 'N' scale layout as a Live
Steam layout, etc.
Not really inexpensive. If you, or anyone has a chance to visit a GATS
show, they have had a small 4"x4" model on display at their information
table for the last couple of years.
Hope this helps!
- I saw a simple oval setup (Don t remember the scale, but much smaller than Zscale) at a show in Springfield Ma. back in jan. Its mtion was achieved byMessage 2 of 8 , Aug 14, 1999View SourceI saw a simple oval setup (Don't remember the scale, but much smaller than
Zscale) at a show in Springfield Ma. back in jan. Its' mtion was achieved
by magnets. One on the bottom of the train and one under the base of the
whole setup that was moved along the path of the track by a turntable type
mechanism. It was a cute novelty at most. and way overpriced.
At 10:42 PM 8/5/99 -0300, you wrote:
>Yes, working. That says the spanish magazine Maquetren
>(year 5, 1997, page 75), but don't explain how.
>I attach a scanned photo.
>Jacob Munkhammar wrote:
>> From: Jacob Munkhammar <jacob@...>
>> >From: Juan Carlos Furnari <furnari@...>
>> >Hallo Z's,
>> >I read (and saw Photos) that Railex presented a train scale 1:900(!)
>> >at Nurnberg'97 exhibition.
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