z SCALE FROM n SCALE PLANS.

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railfan

junk collector
Wow!....those are super dinky.....but nice. I had to get out my microscope to look at those.....ha ha! Not really.....but Z is like.....pretty small. I like it because it helps me when antagonists want to tease me about my N scale stuff being too small. I just tell them......"look here now.....that Z scale is the really small size.....go bug that Z scale guy......can't you see my trains are much larger that that?" :)

I would actually like to see more Z scale on this forum.


Mike
 



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