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QUOTE went through a period of which scale to do. OO or N....OO or N, good grief I just could'nt decide.
That is such a familar story, and also the way the decision went, all on the basis of British N Gauge quality.

I had the same difficulty many years ago but, in my case, the super quality of Continental N Gauge took my decision a different route. But then I stupidly bought the odd piece of Continental HO, simply because I couldn't resist some literally half price locomotive sales. Now I have some of both, but British OO has improved so much over the years that I am pulled THREE ways and STILL can't settle on where to place my concentration!
 
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