Re: [Z_Scale] Ztrains.com: Z Basics
- Hi John,
Yes, the Ztrains Zbasics first article about track sections
is excellent. In fact I have referenced and linked to your
site for those who visit my "Links To Others" table of
important railroading links:
The table also contains links for fine-scale modeling,
history of railroads, museums, high-speed trains,
various shops and online stores.
I plan to keep adding links as I find the good ones to
this table so that folks will at least be very entertained
by just how much railroading has grown over the
On Jan 26, 2009, at 2:16 PM, uptoolateny wrote:
> One of the best aspects of Z scale model railroading, aside from the
> trains themselves, has always been the people and the responsive
> manufacturers that make up the Z scale community. The sense of new
> users being welcomed in and the sharing of information has always been
> a strong suit in Z. The folks at Micro-Trains® Line and Ztrains.com
> share in the goal of making new users to Z scale feel like there's
> always an open door for them, no question is too basic.
> This is the thinking behind the new Z Basics area of Ztrains.com.
> Sponsored by Micro-Trains® Line... we look to help Z scale beginners,
> and those new to model railroading who have chosen to begin in Z, get
> off to a solid start in this great hobby.
> Z Basics will grow into a comfortable place for the Z scale beginner
> to come to for... yes... the basics. Thanks to Micro-Trains® Line for
> supporting this effort.
> John Cubbin
> Z Scale (1:220) Model Railroading
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