16mm society is a broad church and their publicity quotes 32 and 45 track gauge so no worries that you like most of us are on 45, they will talk to you.Hello Jimmy,
Thank you for your hint.
I'll have a look around there too.
But I have a G-gauge track system in my garden.
In addition to 6 LGB models, this beautiful Mamud Brunel also drives there.
This locomotive has nothing in common with the old models (Mamud SL1).
The quality is great, the engine is powerful and you can easily change the track to 45mm.
I once had a Regner Friede, I wasn't satisfied with that.
Look at me LGB 996001 from 1980 inside the house.
I'm a little confused, and maybe it's the translation. I have a Brunel (but no idea what the thread is. If all else fails, I might be able to find out.)I would like to order such a steam pipe on Ebay.