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John Oxlade

Any visitors to RMWeb in NZ?

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"Down-Under Railway Modellers" appears to be pretty much Aussie at the moment and though I have nothing against the big island off to our north west, I wonder if there are any NZ-based modellers browsing this forum?

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South Canterbury. Just doing a photo plank ,all I've got room for at the moment.

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Auckland NZ

 

modelling N gauge modern image 1970s - 2000 a lot of Kit building airbrushing hopefully a layout soon

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I have a feeling that robmcg, who takes RTR models and photoshops them in a railway landscape, is in Kiwiland. Maybe he posted during the Christchurch earthquake to make me think that.

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Just returned to rmweb after a few years absence. As the name suggests I'm from Darfield Canterbury and a GWR fan. Chris

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In the Waikato mix of Irish broad and narrow gauge & EM indoors, G scale American narrow gauge in the garden.

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in mission bay, Auckland

 

looks like am gonna have to start building a layout as there is no clubs in Auckland that do N gauge

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In Nelson, NZ.  Ilkley LMR 1970s & 1980s, with a bit of luck.

 

Cheers

Andrew

Wish I had known that when we were over staying with friends in Nelson earlier in the year!

 

John

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I'm based in Canterbury, modelling OO scale NZR :)

Just new to RMWeb in the last few days, nice place you've all got here! :P

 - Gary

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Wiri, Auckland soon. I'll be bringing a crate of 2mm and n gauge over though.

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Masterton.

My (proposed) BR layout has only got as far as an AnyRail plan.

Next summer, maybe.

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Timaru here. Building a modular Kings Cross to Goathland layout, with Glenfinnan Viaduct in the middle. No particular bias towards any company, but my prefer is for BR(WR) steam locos, and any diesel operated by West Coast Railways.

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