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Getting Started in 7mm Narrow Gauge was first published in 1993 and has proved very successful, having sold well over 1000 copies. Many people have been introduced to the delights of Narrow Gauge and modelling it in 7mm scale as a result.
Published in February 2010. 36 pages including covers. Full colour throughout.
This is a complete revision of the 7mm Narrow Gauge Association’s popular introductory handbook. It takes account of the publication by the Association of the ‘On30 Handbook’ (which provides advice for those entering this branch of the hobby through the Bachmann On30 range of ready to run models) and the ‘Small Layouts Handbook’ (which provides a selection of layout ideas).
The first part of the new ‘Getting Started’ Handbook provides a general introduction to modelling narrow gauge railways in the O Gauge group of scales. This is followed by five ‘Quick Start Projects’ in which two experienced modellers describe, with plenty of photographs, five sample projects which might be undertaken by a newcomer to this branch of the model railway hobby. These are:-
As a tail piece there is a note on the choice between traditional and DCC control systems.