any body here?

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Op 12-2-2016 om 0:20 schreef andy:
After a lot of messages from a certain Chinese manufacturer, the amount of traffic decreased somewhat. To be honest, to zero, the messages from said manufacturer not counting. I'm still listening for something usefull, but somehow I get the impression that most people are a bit wary of Chinese advertisements. Ermin
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Ermin de Winkel
A lot of modellers lurk here, but we tend to be also in more specialised email groups - eg I'm in a couple of British O-scale groups plus one for the railway where my special interest is, plus the early rail group even though that is mostly American.
Occasionally something interesting pops up here, which is why I never unsubscribed.
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Christopher A. Lee
More lurkers than you'll see responses from, I suspect, but there is no way of telling how many, or how often they look.
Ask a real question, or mention something good (or bad) that you have seen, and see what happens.
Eric
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Eric
Having just sold off my 16mm garden railway, is there a special interest group for Gauge 3 AKA 2 1/2 "?
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gareth
Try the Garden Railways & Railroads email group on Yahoo.
It's also a popular gauge for live steam, so you could also try the Yahoo Live _Steam group.
I don't know how active either of there are, though.
My own stuff is British O-scale circa 1900, built from craft kits. I chose that scale because I can run shorter trains with smaller locomotives and cars than the later stuff, and in those days there was more variety than the later era when locomotives were more standardised.
This is, of course electrically powered and not live steam.
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Christopher A. Lee
Yeah - Imogen caused quite a few. I'm still building my N-gauge layout; I'm working on the scenery at last...
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Dave Jackson
Thanks, bookmarked.
My real interest is in semaphore signals and not the trains themselves and wished to have some of a reasonable size which I would get with narrow gauge based on 2 1/2
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gareth

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