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In the August 1984 edition of "The 2mm Magazine", @Phil Copleston wrote the "Narrowing it down" article, describing what might be the 2mm Narrow Gauge standards with normalised gauges, a potential benefit being the batch production of precise building aids, such as roller gauges and back to back gauges. I  know that these are now ready available for the prototype metre gauge (normalised 2mm gauge of 6.5mm) but what about for the other prototype narrow gauges? I am interested in 2'6" prototype (or 5mm scale equivalent).

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I’ve got a number of 7.12mm roller gauges, suitable for 1067mm gauge modelling in 1/150th. I’m indebted to Alan Smith for producing them - his details are in the Association listings. 



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