There are four current HO scales that I'm aware of:
- US 1:87.1
- Europe 1:87
- UK 3.5mm : 1 foot
- Japan 1:80.
I doubt it.
"G" is for 'Garden' railway and the scales used depend on the gauge of the
prototype and what the designer had in his coffee ie anything from 1:29
through to 1:20.3 from proprietry manufacturers.
Oh, Americans have a sense of humor. It is different from yours, but it is
still a sense of humor.
I mean after all, look at the joke that a little over half of the voters who
voted in the last election put in the White House.
I can complain. I voted but not for Shrub.
On Thu, 21 Jul 2005 03:45:33 GMT, Roger Aultman wrote:
I'm not sure what coninually means, but it sounds dirty. Shrub doesn't
make monkeys of anyone - after all, he's the one who looks like a monkey.
The doofuses who suck up his Rove-speak spew [btw, Karl: the shoot
traitors, don't they?] are the ones making monkeys of themselves.
Iraq has WMDs - Ooops, wrong
Mission accomplished! - Ooops, wrong
We'll get Osama Bin Laden - Ooops, wrong
9/11! 9/11! 9/11! - Polly want a cracker?
Seems to me the simian is in the White House :-).
Greg Procter wrote:
> There are four current HO scales that I'm aware of: - US 1:87.1 -
> Europe 1:87 - UK 3.5mm : 1 foot - Japan 1:80.
Japan is a little more complicated. There's 1/80th scale on 16.5mm track
- HOj - , and 1/87th on either 12mm or 13mm track.
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