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Windym87

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Hello all

New to the forum, previous G Gauge fan and now starting to get the bug again ready for hopefully a new garden railway in the next few years.

Mainly interested in German Narrow Gauge, so LGB is right down my street and ive got a small collection starting to build up.

Mark
 
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dunnyrail

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Welcome to the forum Mark, have a look at my linked Vis and Build thread below, I am into German Narrow Gauge.
 

PhilP

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Welcome to the Forum, Mark..

Beware of the humour, and dodgy puns..

PhilP
 
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JimmyB

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Mark, welcome to the forum.
 

TTaannggss

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Welcome to the forum Mark. How is it going so far?
 

RR Buttes

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Hello Mark. Pretty new here as well. Starting out with a outdoor layout and gleaning information and advice from all of these great folks. You will certainly enjoy it. I spend most of my lunch breaks reading what's new. Some great discussions occur quite frequently. I have learned tons and never asked a question.
Good luck with your endeavors.
Cheers, Mike
 

TTaannggss

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I started around 6 months ago. 2 months in my basement and 4 in my garden........Battery power for outside I strongly recommend and avoid r1 curves if you can. With r1 curves they have to be perfectly in place or derail.