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So you all know by now, despite my many years on the railway, having reached retirement age I am now embarking a new career in the model railway world. So tell me compared with 00gauge, how different is 3mm ? The only other two gauges I know are 0 and N.
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QUOTE (alastairq @ 6 May 2008, 00:51) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>so to my mind, 3mm scale [or TT] combines the space requirements of N gauge, with the size and detail advantages of OO.
I's agree with that - certainly has the best of both worlds.
QUOTE (Ravenser @ 8 May 2008, 18:15) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>TT =1:120 ., Continental [ In the Communist bloc , they never developed N,

Did'nt Piko produce N Gauge rolling stock in the 70's ?
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