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Old 04-18-2021, 05:45 AM
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Has anyone seen this site .... mind boggling not to mention all the other bits to it if you wander about

https://artfactory-j.wixsite.com/layoutaward/exhibition

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Old 04-18-2021, 01:18 PM
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Has anyone seen this site .... mind boggling not to mention all the other bits to it if you wander about

https://artfactory-j.wixsite.com/layoutaward/exhibition


Well, it looks like a railway modellers' event specialized on T-gauge dioramas, i.e. scale 1:450. (I must admit I do not speak Japan and have not used a translator.) That means most of the models shown in the gallery fit in your palm. Nevertheless the T-gauge model trains are fully working. Generally, here in Europe railway modellers usually build such dioramas to learn new techniques. The T-gauge modelling is in Europe so far very rare. The linked exhibition shows its potential.
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Old 04-18-2021, 07:24 PM
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Well, it looks like a railway modellers' event specialized on T-gauge dioramas, i.e. scale 1:450. (I must admit I do not speak Japan and have not used a translator.) That means most of the models shown in the gallery fit in your palm. Nevertheless the T-gauge model trains are fully working. Generally, here in Europe railway modellers usually build such dioramas to learn new techniques. The T-gauge modelling is in Europe so far very rare. The linked exhibition shows its potential.
Umm... How did you come up with "T gauge"?

From the (Google translated) description: "It is a fun event where you can run a lot of model railroads (N gauge)."

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Old 04-19-2021, 12:20 AM
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Umm... How did you come up with "T gauge"?

From the (Google translated) description: "It is a fun event where you can run a lot of model railroads (N gauge)."

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Really? The track joiners look like the T-gauge ones.


Of course, I may be wrong. Actually I am not very familiar with the Japanese N-scale stuff.
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Old 04-19-2021, 12:55 AM
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It is N Gauge. Too big for T Gauge which is tiny (1 /450).

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