1/24n30 ( O Gauge at 32MM )

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norman

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Hello,


Is 1/24n30 ( 1/24 Scale on O Gauge Track at 32MM ) strictly a Japanese Country Modeling Scale?

Are there any American , British or European Manufacturers of 1/24n30 ( 1/24 Scale Trains on O Gauge Track at 32MM ) Model Trains ?

1/24n30 ( 32mm gauge ) Pizza Layout under construction



Thank you,

Norman
 
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Paul M

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It's not too far from 16mm, 1/19 on O gauge track
 
Rhinochugger

Rhinochugger

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At 1:19 the scale of 16mm:1ft will be a trifle large, but it's a good place to start, and many of the G scale cottage industry manufacturers' products may well be suitable.

It's certainly worth looking at the Suppliers section of the 16 mm Association website :nod: :nod: :nod:
 
Zerogee

Zerogee

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What about the Regner stuff at 1:22.5 on 30mm track (I believe it will also run OK on 32mm), is that close enough?

Stocked in the UK by Garden Railways Ltd in Bishops Stortford.....


It has always looked rather nice to me, and Graham at GRL has even managed to shoehorn battery R/C into one of the tiny locos!

Jon.
 
korm kormsen

korm kormsen

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Faller E-trains were in that scale and gauge.
nowadays only on ebay.
 
PhilP

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What about the Regner stuff at 1:22.5 on 30mm track (I believe it will also run OK on 32mm), is that close enough?

Stocked in the UK by Garden Railways Ltd in Bishops Stortford.....


It has always looked rather nice to me, and Graham at GRL has even managed to shoehorn battery R/C into one of the tiny locos!

Jon.
Graham can re-gauge to 32mm. if you prefer?

I am looking at sound in one as well!
:):devil::devil::devil::)
 
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Paradise

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I don't know of any manufacturers except Faller but some people do use it to model Puffing Billy in Australia 30" narrow gauge.
I have some cast fox bogie side frames which work out to 1/24.
 
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norman

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Thanks Guys !

The Faller E-trains looks to be just the Ticket.

Norman