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Bachmann have just announced their new models for WW1 era narrow gauge in OO9,

http://www.bachmann.co.uk/details.php?id=188

So many new r2r models being released in this scale, almost tempted to build a WW1 themed layout in this scale.



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Mainly interested in narrow gauge railways, currently working a number of WW1 projects in 1/35 scale , website http://www.rue-d-etropal.com/

Simon



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This is great news,at long last the WDLR is getting the attention and interest it deserved.

Any one for the correct figures !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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Bachmann also are introducing new buildings, not military, but it would be great if they produced a set of non action WW1 figures. Peco had trouble keeping up with demand for their Merit WW2 army figures. I think there were other reasons but it took me a year to get a set of figures, as these figures had been around for many many years.

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I should add, that I have re-scaled some of my 3D printed 1/35 WW1 locos to 1/76. Decauville closed cab available, fits to Roco N gauge chassis with very slight mods. Open cab and Kerr Stuart Joffre will also be done, as will a French bogie wagon. Working through my collection at the moment.



-- Edited by rue_d_etropal on Sunday 20th of July 2014 02:41:48 PM



-- Edited by rue_d_etropal on Sunday 20th of July 2014 02:42:43 PM

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