Re: [Z_Scale] Re: Nansen Street Models
- Robert thanks for the plug. At present I don't stock Nansen Street items,
but they are on my list of goodies to look into. As with all things retail
how far I extend the range stocked depends on how well items already
Having been a UK based specialist American N scale stockist for a number of
years I decided, about 6 months ago, to try some American Z scale. Initial
sales have been encouraging. And I'm now building a small Z scale layout for
From: Robert Ray
Date: 05/03/06 15:22:53
Subject: [Z_Scale] Re: Nansen Street Models
Alan Cox wrote:
> Does anyone know of an EU (ideally UK) stockist of the Nansen StreetHi Alan, I am not sure if Tony Rogers of Tony's Trains has Nansen
> Models kits, in particular the intermodal fork-lift.
Street stuff yet, but he has quite a range of Z Scale, and is trying
to stock a bit of everything Z.
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- On Mer, 2006-05-03 at 17:09 +0100, Tony Rogers wrote:
> Robert thanks for the plug. At present I don't stock Nansen StreetNice site, and possibly you may get orders from me in future for other
> but they are on my list of goodies to look into. As with all things
> how far I extend the range stocked depends on how well items already
> stocked sell.
stuff so useful to know about anyway even though my existing Z is
european and I'm trying to make this particular project (I found an old
15cm x 70cm piece of wood and some spare buildings and track that wanted
to be friends) fairly placeless.
Not sure I know enough about US/Canadian practice to pull off the layout
in US Z, although the MTL couplers would be far nicer. In particular
there seems to be an absence of Z gauge switchers/shunters for US