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baja463

Member
Hi all,
I come from many years in the Marklin HO world and just recently got interested in N scale -- specifically Kato Unitrack and similar Kato products. I'm a complete noob as far as N scale, but I've just acquired an M2 outfit and will be getting it set up and tested in the next day or so. Hope to find other Kato users and N scalers here, too. Looking forward to layout and equipment discussions and problem solving.
Bill
 

migalyto

Well-Known Member
Welcome to the group Bill-

Not an N scalar anymore, but was for years before I made the switch to Ho scale. Kato products are top of the line, so you made a good track choice

When you get your track up and running, start a build thread so we can follow along with your progress..
 




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