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Old 12-13-2007, 05:42 PM
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Hey, out there. Just Joined. I'm looking for information on some ZZ-scale track, specifically straight units.

Also, anybody out there know if such a thing exists as a crossover
(for a figure-8 layout) for the HO Australian E-R Monorails?

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...I'm looking for information on some ZZ-scale track, specifically straight units.

Also, anybody out there know if such a thing exists as a crossover
(for a figure-8 layout) for the HO Australian E-R Monorails?...
You might try the "Monorails, anyone" thread under "Locomotives and Rolling Stock".

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Their ratio to the prototype locomotive is 1:220. Imagine that! This scale means that our 50-foot locomotive is only 2 ¾ inches long in the "Z" scale. The gauge between this model's rails is 6.5 mm.

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Also, anybody out there know if such a thing exists as a crossover
(for a figure-8 layout) for the HO Australian E-R Monorails?

Cheers, UncleMikey
I don't remember ever seeing one offered and a google search doesn't show any.

I could be wrong but I think the only crossover for a monorail set was the Rokenbok sets.
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