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PM rsjahn
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rsjahn
14th Sep 2015 11:46:35

Hi guys,

I have build some tracks for my gaming table - they are T-Gauge (or 3mm Gauge). The tracks are flexible, you can bend them to whatever you need. Fixed tracks are also available (but cost more money) and turnouts too. The embankment I have made from wood (20 x 5 mm).

Cheers, Ralf


PM 6mmwargaming
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6mmwargaming
16th Sep 2015 07:09:15

Those look very nice and not out of scale. Nice painting as well


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dourpuritan
17th Sep 2015 08:33:34

Very nice looking tracks, better than the cardboard ones I use. I must make a mental note of T scale. I've only ever heard of TT scale before.


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rsjahn
17th Sep 2015 09:13:25

T-Gauge (for Three millimeter)  is from 2006, invented by a japanese company and now produced in HongKong. I got it here in Germany via internet in a few days. The rolling stock is still restricted to some japanese and german trains (you can really drive them around), but no freight wagons yet, and nothing american.


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