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Thread: T Scale... HOLY ****

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    Default T Scale... HOLY ****

    This is T scale, the world's smallest commercially available model railroading scale.
    T scale - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    I might just buy a set for my coffee table

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    I can't believe something that small actually works. Creepy. lol

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    *Insert tasteless joke about tiny things made in Japan here!* I'm with Talula! I want one!

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    Definitely a scale requiring a young set of eyes, or a set of magnifying glasses if older like myself...{SQUINT} I can't even imagine trying to handlay track in that scale unless you're skilled in micro-surgery.


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    Gettin' mighty tiny!

    I'm a touch surprised they are still using the track for D.C. power however. The steel track (with the magnet for traction and contacts), having had steel track years ago on an HO layout will be problematic even in dry environments.

    It was great for tractive effort though

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    the trains use magnetic wheels to improve pickup and traction because of that reason.

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    I'd totally lose it within 2 days.
    I lose things very rarely.

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