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And S scale is 1/64th (which is rare)

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QUOTE (Richard Johnson @ 4 Mar 2009, 11:42) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>*** Except when its SN3-1/2.... Its actually relatively common (ie probably larger than EM or P4 in numbers) when considered from a world-wide perspective.

Fair point Richard - I was referring to the UK where I have only seen one, extremely good, layout.

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