European N gauge modular layout standards ?

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viorel

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Hi,

I'm just starting my layout here. I have in mind a modular layout, so that I can move it easily around.

What is the most used standard for modular layout in N gauge ? I've found the NEM standards (http://www.morop.org) but unfortunately only for HO, and not N .

And also FREMO : 87 (http://www.fremo.org/fremo87/fremo87_7e.pdf), which seems to be less used than NEM.

What should I use ? What is the most spread N Gauge modular layout standard ?

(I live in Europe, so only European standards will do).

Thank you for your advice.

Viorel
 




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