- Hi fellow Z enthusiasts, I m new to Z scale, I had an N scale layout about 20 some years ago. Back then, N was like Z is now, not much available and expensiveMessage 1 of 77 , Oct 24, 2001View SourceHi fellow Z enthusiasts, I'm new to Z scale, I had an N scale layout
about 20 some years ago. Back then, N was like Z is now, not much
available and expensive but well worth the effort. I bought a starter
set this summer and well, you know the rest. I've planned an
offset "T" shaped layout, 10' x 5', in European Era III. I've built
the frame work and now I'm in the fun part, accumulating all the
Items needed, track, buildings, rolling stock, engines and assorted
scenery items. I want to thank all of you for the helpful hints and
tricks appearing here. Hey Colin the wife and I are going to be in
Ireland Nov. 13th thru the 19th, if you need anything let me know.
God Bless America, Chris Schroeder
- Welcome Nick, That is exactly what I did years ago and I haven t missed the big trains yet. ManfredMessage 77 of 77 , Oct 7, 2013View SourceWelcome Nick, That is exactly what I did years ago and I haven't
missed the big trains yet.
> I have been a Marklin HO enthusiast for many, many years but no longer have the
> space to enjoy operations and collection. I am excited about building my
> collection of Z scale and would like to follow the group and learn more about
> the do's and don'ts of being a mini club member. Looking forward to interacting
> and sharing.