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does anyone have any interest in this train????i'd thought it'd be interesting to alot of apartment type people with very limited space....tom
 

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only a 3mm wide track....12 inches would make a reasonable oval basic track....just a thought..imagine what you could do with a 4 foot by 8 foot area with this train..:D :D :D
 

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does anyone have any interest in this train????i'd thought it'd be interesting to alot of apartment type people with very limited space....tom
I am interested and glad you asked. :thumbsup:
It is a bit small for my eyesite and expensive, but I think it is way cool! I don't plan on buying any till I get some new eyes. LOL
I have been planning on buying a kit in this scale once they are more readily available and I have the money for it.
If you get one I would love to here all about it and I am sure others will also. You will be one of the first. Post some pics if you can. Need help with that? Just ask.
 

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They're not TT, they're T scale 1:440 I think it is. They run off of cell phone vibrator sized motors. There is a vid out there but I lost track of it. They are neat but don't run well at this time, but for $44, they'd be great as a amusement park feature on an HO layout.
 

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They're not TT, they're T scale 1:440 I think it is. They run off of cell phone vibrator sized motors. There is a vid out there but I lost track of it. They are neat but don't run well at this time, but for $44, they'd be great as a amusement park feature on an HO layout.
1:440 :eek:

That is nuts! I would be like 0.16 inches tall if I were to be a miniature in a T scale layout! How on earth can you design scenery that small?

LOL, that amusement park idea is awsome :thumbsup:
 

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TT is 1:120 scale. We're starting to carry some track and have locomotives on order, but yeah it's crazy small.
Yes, TT is 1:120. sptrains, what locos do you have on order. Any American prototypes? I have a few European prototype TT trains, but I'm always looking for anything American in TT.

Can you post a link to your website, or msg me with it? Thanks!
 

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sorry i havn't posted here latly..i have tried to get a couple of local hobby stores to order them for me as i do not have a credit card to order with..i do love that 1/900 scale train, i have sent an email to see if i can just buy the train set and tracks only to design my own layout..tom
 

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1:440 :eek:

That is nuts! I would be like 0.16 inches tall if I were to be a miniature in a T scale layout! How on earth can you design scenery that small?

LOL, that amusement park idea is awsome :thumbsup:

You design the scenery plan and then subcontract it to fleas to build it. Unless you live in Arizona.:cool:
 
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