hi from the UK
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just to say hi to the forum , don't worry about the name its not the real thing Goldth , I model 00 British and N American outline , the N layout is getting re-built and using Kato track for the main line and Peco flexi for the mountain area with tight curves down to 12 inch ,

alan
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mr bachmann Wrote:....the name its not the real thing Goldth ....
A hearty welcome Mrs. Athearn 357
Reinhard
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mr. bachmann, Welcome Welcome Hope you find this a comfortable place to share your hobby. Looking forward to seeing your layout progress.
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Welcome mr. bachmann
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Anybody named Bachmann can't be all that bad......We welcome you to our humble website.... Cheers
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#6
thanks for the warm welcome , once I find my way around I'll post a picky or 2 , the bigger layout is still a plan in the brain - till then I'll keep using the layout on the door .
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mr bachmann Wrote:thanks for the warm welcome , once I find my way around I'll post a picky or 2 , the bigger layout is still a plan in the brain - till then I'll keep using the layout on the door .

Must be one of them there Chugginton people with some of those fancy 'gravity defying locomotives' to be able to have your trains running on your house door. 35

Welcome anyway mr bachmann.
Mark
Melbourne in the Land Down Under
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Welcome mr Bachmann, nice to see another member from the UK here.

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