Re: Early 1900's Wood Freight Cars
Thank you for addressing my NEXT question of building in "G" "scale"
The scale question is one to be thought about, but I like the
larger "scale" size in general and need to figure out what to do
Perhaps there should be a (G)NMRA(?) to determine standards??
It is like, again, the early American railroads with 6 foot, etc.,
gauges, until the 4'- 8 1/2" gauge was established for "standard
But, first of all I would like to assemble more information on
actual prototype car construction, and then go from there with the
greater question of "scale".
--- In STMFC@..., Bob Webber <rswebber@c...> wrote:
You'll never do it. There is no "G" scale (that is really adhered1/22.5?
1/20.3 (which is "F" scale)? 1/18? All are scales that runon "G"