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Roger's present layout has been under construction for 5 years and he estimates that it is 40 percent completed.
These photos were taken on the HO layout of the Gold Coast Model Railway Workshop, the model railroad club I belong to in Queensland, Australia. These photos were submitted by D Kent Overholser of his O scale Monon layout and equipment.
Kemtron, Picard, and many others still fascinate collectors and a few dedicated modelers ("retro-modelers") today. This scale is also sometimes referred to in print as American 00 with two zeros, but most sources back in the day and today call it American OO (pronounced "double oh"). Z scale is about 2? times smaller than HO!  In Z scale, a scale ?-mile is exactly (and only) 6 feet; in other words, a mile is only 24 feet! Then, to further confuse matters, some manufacturers have made figures a bit larger than the stated scale - so, "ya pays yer money and ya takes yer chances"!
A railroad “gauge” usually denotes the track size whereas “scale,” on the other hand, measures the size relationship between a model train and its real-world train prototype. Garden model train layouts are model railroad layouts placed outside, usually winding through backyard landscaping.


Marklin originated the O scale around 1900, O scale was called Zero scale in its starting phase, as it was a step down from 1 scale. The Z scale is one of the smallest scales in the world; the tiny size allows a more elaborate railroad layout in a very smaller area.
S scale is generally called as synonymous with the American Flyer brand of model railroad trains. HO scale first appeared after WWI to respond to the need for a scale smaller than O scale and more suitable for home layouts. Sometimes you’ll see the terms “gauge” and “scale” used interchangeably even though, technically, they’re different. G scale was introduced by the German company, Ernst Paul Lehmann Patentwerk, under the brand, Lehmann Gross Bahn (LGB) in 1968.
This micro-size lends itself to placement where you might not ordinarily see a model train.
S gauge Trains have the benefit of being larger that HO scale while occupying the same amount of layout space. As interest in toy trains declined in the 1950’s, manufactures responded to the hobbyist demand for accuracy and realism in model trains.


This first line of G scale Trains was available in Europe and the US and included steam, electric, and diesel prototypes. As model trains became more affordable for the common people, the space required to set up the tracks became a major consideration in purchasing model railroad trains.
This is a common advertising tag used by Marklin to brand Z scale line which consists of locomotives, infrastructure, lighting, night scenes, etc. HO scale is by nature more delicate than O scale, its smaller size allows modelers to fit more details and more scale miles into a comparable area. Many modelers select N scale because it allows more complex layouts to be built in a very small area.



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