Re: [Z_Scale] Re: Hi!
- Hi Jeff,
I know you left one out:
John Cubbin's http://www.ztrains.com/
He has the some of the best "starter" articles for
anyone seeking info about Z scale and the history
of Z scale. The website is even cited in articles about Z scale
in Wikipedia articles.
Thanks for helping out. All your listings are good!
On Dec 28, 2008, at 9:26 PM, Jeff BAZ-man wrote:
> Welcome. You'll find answers to your questions here and there are
> two other popular forums for Z scale:
> Z Central Station:
> Both allow you to post pictures in the threads but you must register
> first (simple).
> There are some good reference sites too:
> You can get a pretty good look at what's available at:
> There are shows that many of us attend with our modules built to the
> Z-Bend Track standard. One travelling show is Great Train Expo:
> You can see the ZBT module standards and get info at:
> SF Bay Area Z
> --- In email@example.com, "John Duino" <jduino@...> wrote:
> > Welcome to the Zhow!
> > You'll find all typez, zkillz, opinionz, idealz here. It'z really a
> > group. Lotz of average joez (and janez!) and zome INCREDIBLY
> > individualz.
> > Whereaboutz do you live? You zhould try hooking up with other Z-
> > Are you moving from another zcale or iz thiz your firzt? Do any
> > typez of modeling?
> > Have fun! It'z a great time to be in Z!
> > John
> > > I'm new to z scale. Just got a marklin mini club. Very excited
> > > starting a layout. I've always liked miniatures. Thought maybe
> I'd get
> > > some ideas and help from the group. Thanks for letting me join.
> > >
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