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LEGO for N gauge trains
by Syruss Flyte
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After years of being stored in the garage my Lego bricks have found their way into the house. The dining room table was first over-run by N gauge trains, and since I wanted to add some elevated track I needed to build a helix. I turned to Lego. In the process of building a Lego helix for my trains I realized that Code 80 track was the same width as a 2x Lego brickÖ and so the Lego building begins again. I expect that I will mostly be making structures and buildings for the N gauge train. This is a significantly smaller scale than what I used to build, so I may well spend a fair amount of time re-inventing/discovering techniques that are standard for everyone else working in small scale.

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