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December 1, 2012 - 13 went

"Jingle Rails" at the Eiteljorg Museum (Trains, trains, trains!)

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  • A former member

    Neat shot. That's pretty kool. It looks familiar for some reason, and I've never been to the Jingle Rails exhibit. I feel like I've been there before somehow.

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  • Jim W.

    Beautiful buildings and scenery! But perhaps would have been better in HO scale, which would have provided much more space and even more scenery!

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  • A former member

    what is "HO" scale?

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  • A former member

    Loaded question, but here's a great place to start: You can almost get the same result by typing "ho scale" in Google's search box and clicking the magnifying glass. Wait, that's what I did. To summarize, it's the most popular scale of model railroad in the world and is highlighted by the fact that 3.5mm in railroad elements represents 1 foot in real life. Also, HO is "half of O scale", which was...okay, just click the link, read, and be informed. :)

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