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For area searches you should seek out local clubs. For standard gage, information may be found under garden railways.
I think he is asking about our members. :)
 

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Most if not all, standard gauge posts here will be in the "CT Outdoor Garden Railroad" thread, but from the pictures I've seen that's all 1:29 scale and obviously it's nowhere near North Carolina. There are/were online forums for G scale like: LargeScaleOnLine.com and MyLargeScale.com you could try. Good luck.
 

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I haven't seen much for Standard gauge in the States.

You might want to peruse this web site. There are a lot of Standard gauge and other uncommon gauge modelers here:

RM web
 

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I'm also the odd man out here on this site as I model Deutsche, Schwiß, und Austrian railroading. RhB has never been heard of around here until I started modeling it. That's narrow gauge 1 meter Swiss.

Willkommen!

 

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I'm also the odd man out here on this site as I model Deutsche, Schwiß, und Austrian railroading. RhB has never been heard of around here until I started modeling it. That's narrow gauge 1 meter Swiss.

Willkommen!

Thank you. Your work is fantastic! I was stationed in Germany so I really enjoy European architecture.
 

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Yeah, I lived there for two years at Wiesbaden, and visited again in 1986 for a couple of weeks when my sister was stationed there. I've been to most western European countries before the wall fell. I haven't visited since, but I would sure like to go back.
 
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