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MANlWAKI

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  1. I noted that. No problem at all. I'm not in a big hurry ! Many thanks for your answer. Much appreciated.
  2. Hello, what's the best wood for outdoor use ? MDF, plywood or chipboard ? Thanks. Sorry if the question has been asked too many times before. Don't forget I'm complete newbie in Garden railways.
  3. Well done. Very interesting layout. Hope you don't mind if I borrow some ideas...
  4. What a wonderful layout ! I'll follow this thread with a great interest.
  5. SWMBO gave me the GREEN light for a small garden railway. I'm on it !
  6. Hello Happy Members ! I'm a complete newbie in Garden Railway but not in railway modelling. I built a lot of unfinished layouts (too many in fact) in 00, H0, Gn15, Gnine and G scales. For my first outdoor railway, I decided to build a very simple "roundy-round" layout. I'll use Roco H0 curves (radius: 540mm) and some pieces of palets or 22mm x 150mm roof timber (not really sure about the name...). All your comments will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
  7. Hello Happy Members!As usual I made some mistakes with my PC ๐Ÿ˜ˆ(or this device really hates me for unknown reasons). So my first Maniwaki account no longer works. I made a new registration with a slight change of my username. I know this is totally forbidden and totally against the Law of the forum. So should I go or should I stay? That is the big question.
  8. Hello Happy Members ! My first newbie question: what is the smallest 00 gauge garden railway ever built ? Thanks.
  9. Hello / Bonjour,my name is Christian and I'm very happy to be a new member of this great community.I live in France in a very small village where there are more cows and dogs than people.Anyway, I'm not a real railroad modeler because I'm just playing with my trains. That's all !But I'm very happy in that way. I'm a real newbie in garden railway. So I'll probably ask a lot of (silly) questions...๐Ÿ˜•Many thanks in advance for your warm welcome !Regards,ChristianPardon my poor English...
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