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Huskidoo
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Hello forum members,new to T gauge .Sold 3 Z gauge layouts to concentrate on T .Just wondered if any one was building ,running T gauge in West of Scotland .I am retired,based in Erskine ,Renfrewshire .Any advice on T and sources of it would be very welcome .Thanking you all in advance ,please feel free to contact me .

jesse6669
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Re: Newbie

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Welcome to the group! I'm sure Alan Ramsay at TGauge.com can provide some pointers. It's a very small community (no pun intended) so just keep an eye here and on the Facebook group(s).

Jesse

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dkightley
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Re: Newbie

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Welcome to Talking T Gauge...

As Jesse has said, membership of the forum is not only UK-wide, its worldwide.....and well spread out to boot! There are, however a few T-gaugers in Scotland...but as webmaster, I'm not able to put you in touch due to GDP regulations...

Did you see my Forth Bridge layout at Model Rail Scotland in 2017 when it stole the show?? I don't think my current build will make it...its based on Saltash, which may not be of that much interest...

Don't worry about the slow post rate. Many t-gaugers don't have all that much to say, unfortunately....but do post progress on anything you are building.
Doug Kightley
Webmaster here and volunteer at the National Tramway Museum http://www.tramway.co.uk

Huskidoo
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Many thanks for the replies.Can I ask question ? Can one advertise T gauge items for sale on forum ? Sorry in advance in case I have over stepped forum rules .Just was planning sell to some locos or swop for rolling stock .Any advice welcomed.thank you.

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dkightley
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Not a problem for one-off sales of second-hand T gauge stuff.....but advertising sale of items for profit is a no-no!
Doug Kightley
Webmaster here and volunteer at the National Tramway Museum http://www.tramway.co.uk

jesse6669
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Re: Newbie

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There are typically a few T gauge (T scale) things on Ebay--I have sold some used and new models there.

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