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Hi everyone

Halton camp had a narrow gauge railway that was used to move timber to be sent to France in WW1. I am building the Halton light railway as 7mm standard gauge. Can I build the light railway part in 7mm 0-16.5 gauge. Will the two look alright running next to each other? Do Ixon produce 0-16.5 gauge engines? or should I use a Peco engine with a branchlines chassis. The narrow gauge will only be a small part of the model railway with one engine and some log trucks.

I have tried to log on to a narrow gauge web site called Narrow Gauge Railway Modelling on line, but it asks a question which I can not answer, What Welsh railway uses the initials W.H.R. I typed in Welsh Highland Railway, but it says this is wrong. Please does anyone know the answer?

Thank you for your help

Railways keep getting harder!


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