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Whilst it was a few months ago its worth mentioning the Peco have produced an extensive report on the Nuremburg Toy Fair:-

http://www.peco-uk.com/Nuremburg/NuremIntro.htm

I was searching for the new Lenz O gauge stuff which has enjoyed rave reviews and all sold out on release apparently and this report came up in the google search. Lenz are working overtime producing more kit. It makes you wonder what Lenz have done right and LGB have done wrong.

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Gary
 

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QUOTE (Gary @ 16 May 2007, 08:27) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>It makes you wonder what Lenz have done right and LGB have done wrong.

Happy modelling
Gary

Would the fact that the Lenz "O" gauge stuff is precision "indoor" quality (I certainly would not run it outdoors, in all weathers & leave it out) & LGB is robust indoor/outdoor quality (which I do run outside, in all weathers & do leave it out) have anything to do with it ?

Two very, very different markets so you cannot compare the two at all.
 

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Peco have produced a very comprehensive report. There are manufacturers there I've not heard of.....
 

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Yes indeed Peco has made a very intensive report.

I was at Nurnberg this year for the first time.

I've noticed one thing, the Americans weren't there.

I was at least expecting Atlas and Athearn to be there.

Has anybody any idea why?

Baykal
 
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