T Gauge based Zm Layout

Post details of your T gauge layouts and the progress you are making.
martink
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Re: T Gauge based Zm Layout

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Oops - I was thinking pure T gauge and forgot you model in Zm. 6mm is just right for you. :oops:

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Nutter
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Re: T Gauge based Zm Layout

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martink wrote:Oops - I was thinking pure T gauge and forgot you model in Zm. 6mm is just right for you. :oops:
No problem,it's in the thread title 😁
Mike
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Re: T Gauge based Zm Layout

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Well the wargame stuff arrived today, some of it is definitely usable but a few of the whitemetal castings need a lot of cleaning up to look presentable.
The buildings are closer to 1/300 than 1/285 but possibly ok in the background with nothing the correct scale next to them.
At least I know what does not work now.
Mike
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Re: T Gauge based Zm Layout

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Started laying the track and will evaluate the next stage when everything is stuck down.
Not how I had originally planned it but once I have run some stock round the track I can plan a bit more.
Base is 5mm foam board and will be raised approximately 10mm from the original planned cork notice board I was going to use.
Pictures will follow once I am happy with the stock going round OK.
Mike
DON'T knock it at least I am trying to do something, with only one good hand.

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