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Posted By: Chris Sweetman
Posted On: Wednesday May 15, 2019 at 4:46 PM
Impressive diorama Frank and it looks very similar to my route into work ….
but of course the vehicles are somewhat different . and a bit smaller.


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O Guage to 1/43 comparisons by J.D. Simmons #25851
In the UK O Gauge is 1:43rd scale but in the USA it is 1:48th scale …. by Chris Sweetman #25851.1
This is such disturbing news. You are now saying that the Brits by Don Anderson #25851.1.1
Technically, British O scale is 1:43.5) by Robert Bolin #25851.1.2
I always thought O gauge was 1:42 - hence Spot-On Models all being this scale.... by John Roberts #25851.1.2.1
Here is a link to an interesting (or very boring) guide to model scales. by Graeme Ogg #25851.
Thanks, Graeme. Your research is always impeccable. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #25851.
Not only enjoyable reading, but it's clearly written. Thanks, Graeme! (EOM) by David Holcombe #25851.
Excellent post Graeme. Now tell me, is CPR a Scottish or Irish distillery? (EOM) by John Roberts #25851.
Caledonian Patented Rotgut (St Kilda Distillery) (EOM) by Graeme Ogg #25851.
Thank you sir...will look in Tescos tomorrow (EOM) by John Roberts #25851.
Not sure who the author/s are for this article but I would suggest ... by Chris Sweetman #25851.
John, Spot-On were expensive compared to the tiddlers produced by by Chris Sweetman #25851.
I had one house Chris but it perished with age...a Spot On not a real one! (EOM) by John Roberts #25851.
If one is looking at track gauges then we must go back to 1891... by Chris Sweetman #25851.1.2.2
Thanks to all who replied. by J.D. Simmons #25851.3
You are welcome JD and I am looking forward to seeing the results. (EOM) by Chris Sweetman #25851.3.1
PICS--1:43 cars fill the settings for my O Gauge buildings. Building makers call 1:43-1:48 "O gauge" by Frank Racibozynski #25851.4
Looks great, Frank. I really like how busy it looks, just like a crowded city street. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #25851.4.1
I like it Frank. But... by Harvey Goranson #25851.4.2
Blasphemer! Fortunately, it is safe with the rest of the family. by John Kuvakas #25851.4.2.1
It's in a far better place now. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #25851.
Impressive diorama Frank and it looks very similar to my route into work …. by Chris Sweetman #25851.4.3
Excellent Frank! Is that a Renault Dauphine in one shot? (EOM) by John Roberts #25851.4.4
Thank you John. Yes, it is a Dauphine. Got it for $10 at Countryside ~10 years ago. Like it a lot. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #25851.4.4.1
Love the diorama Frank but it needs more cars. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #25851.4.5
Agree with you Bob. I'm thinking of adding an open sided parking deck. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #25851.4.5.1
Excuse please--double post. by Frank Racibozynski #25851.5

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