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  • Great Roberto !!!! Really amazing !! Alex ----- Original Message ----- From: robertomartina To: z_scale@^$1 Sent: Saturday, January 19, 2008 1:03 PM Subject: [Z_Scale] livecam from layout Hi everybody, Swissday on my Layout today with 2 livecams IC with RE 4/4II and goodstrain w. re4/4II swissexpress http://www.minibahntv.de/livecam1.html http://www.minibahntv.de/livecam3.html Ciao...
    The Prez Jan 19, 2008
  • I would need even more than that. Waiting for the orderability. I would like also U006 in Z Alex ----- Original Message ----- From: bphent To: z_scale@^$1 Sent: Wednesday, May 09, 2007 3:52 PM Subject: [Z_Scale] Re: Z Scale urban backdrop The postings to date on our feedback request have been quite useful. As a result of the interest shown in this scene, we have decided to make it...
    The Prez May 9, 2007
  • Folks, just to inform you that Dave Weadock accepted my proposal to extend in Z-scale his N-scale Building for Backdrops product line. I have bought some in N scale and was very impressed on how they can be effective in the layout even if not made with the classic plastic kit style. I was looking for such products in Z scale for a long time, especially industries, and I am happy...
    The Prez Mar 16, 2007
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  • Option 3, I don't know why... but it seems more realistic.... tp ----- Original Message ----- From: glenn allen To: Z scale group Z scale Sent: Tuesday, January 30, 2007 2:57 PM Subject: [Z_Scale] Building placement - thoughts/ideas wanted. I've now put together 6 buildings that are to form the 'Altstadt' part of my layout. I've taken a number of photos of different arrangements...
    The Prez Jan 30, 2007
  • ... at least may you try to avoid the same RR exiting at the same time ;-) tp > Robb, > > Nope, we don't. We have had conversations with AZL in the past, > informal ones, but no layout of any grand strategy on either side. The > GP-7/9 thing just happened, but you can understand that the prototype > is an important one for both our product mixes and that is why both of > use began...
    The Prez Nov 16, 2006
  • > Ar Mer, 2006-11-01 am 14:16 +0000, ysgrifennodd Stephen Moore: > > Almost - Kato at the moment is a bit more flexible especially around the > turnouts but that same flexibility should come to Z as MTL produce more > parts. > As a hevay Kato user I have found all the short tracks very useful, it seems that no one here requires them... after one or two type of crossing I think...
    The Prez Nov 1, 2006
  • > Hello: does anyone have any cheap used MTL freight cars with MTL > couplers for sale, I am just getting started in Z and am need of > freight cars with MTL couplers. Thanks > Welcome, are you THAT ferroequinalogist I download a lot of great pictures weekly of my beloved MILW? Maybe you could detail which era and RRs you are interested in. Ciao, tp -- Toda a coerencia e', no...
    The Prez Oct 28, 2006
  • Joe, still no news about the turnouts :-(( Alex -- The hardest thing to learn in life is which bridge to cross and which to burn ----- Original Message ----- From: "GordonWerner" To: Sent: Thursday, August 31, 2006 8:36 PM Subject: [Z_Scale] September MTL releases ... > they are online > > http://www.micro-trains.com > > > > > > > Z-scale: minimum siZe, MAXIMUM enjoyment! > > Yahoo...
    The Prez Sep 1, 2006
  • :-)) > > 1. What was your first Z model train item? It was the Mini-Club starter set in a black cube. A little steam loco and few cars. > 2. Why did you buy it (unless it was a present), and when? The present was actually a Marklin H0 set from my wife, but looking at the available space we agreed soon to ask the local shop to change it with a smaller scale, once I have seen Z scale...
    The Prez May 3, 2006
  • Yes !! Yes !! I've forgotten it !! Again, separated circuits on crossing is very important IMHO!! Alex ----- Original Message ----- From: "John & Sue Bartolotto" To: Sent: Friday, March 03, 2006 8:15 PM Subject: RE: [Z_Scale] Re: Marklin track and Micro-Track > 90 degree crossing would be fantastic!! > > >
    The Prez Mar 3, 2006