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Offline fredflex11  
#1 Posted : 24 April 2020 23:55:04(UTC)
fredflex11

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hi,i live in Pennsylvania usa,,,,I have found this small layout I believe its z gauge,,and marklin,not sure if that is correct,,,any info and price info would be very helpful,thanks terry thumbnail_IMG_2469.jpg
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Offline kiwiAlan  
#2 Posted : 25 April 2020 00:05:04(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: fredflex11 Go to Quoted Post
hi,i live in Pennsylvania usa,,,,I have found this small layout I believe its z gauge,,and marklin,not sure if that is correct,,,any info and price info would be very helpful,thanks terry


Unfortunately the image is too small and too dark to be sure, but my suspicion is it could be a smaller scale made by a Japanese manufacturer, called T scale IIRC.

I would want more detail photos with better light to make a firm decision.

What is the overall dimensions of the layout?

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Offline fredflex11  
#3 Posted : 25 April 2020 00:21:08(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: kiwiAlan Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: fredflex11 Go to Quoted Post
hi,i live in Pennsylvania usa,,,,I have found this small layout I believe its z gauge,,and marklin,not sure if that is correct,,,any info and price info would be very helpful,thanks terry


Unfortunately the image is too small and too dark to be sure, but my suspicion is it could be a smaller scale made by a Japanese manufacturer, called T scale IIRC.

I would want more detail photos with better light to make a firm decision.

What is the overall dimensions of the layout?



I will get better info,,when I can,,,,since the quarantine its a slower process,but thanks for the speedy reply,tery
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Offline river6109  
#4 Posted : 25 April 2020 02:08:00(UTC)
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If this layout depicts snow and has bridges it could also be HOm on a 9mm track and maybe a Swiss scenery.
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Offline 5HorizonsRR  
#5 Posted : 25 April 2020 18:37:58(UTC)
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Alan has a point- it actually looks smaller than Z? I'd love to see more photos- its looks very cool
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