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The modeling of narrow gauge trains in the O scale is called On30. Also sometimes called the O16.5, Oe or On2 ½. This gauge is one of the most popular of the model trains. On30 is based on model railways being ¼ inch to the foot or a ratio of 1:48.
On30 is the most popular and fastest growing of the model train hobbies. It might be because this scale is large enough to view the trains and layout and see all the details.
This railroad layout can be build in small areas as the track can have tight curves enabling the model train enthusiast to have a layout in their home, possibility in a back bedroom.
Our neighbor had a On30 model train layout in his bedroom and the train went around the room with a railroad layout that included bridges, building and scenery. He had plans to make it even more elaborate but had to move so we never saw the completed project. It would be fun to make one through the house that would go through walls including the bathroom. You can imagine sitting there and a tiny train would pass by and the fake passengers looking out enjoying the view.
On30 started in the 1950s in the United States and Bachmann Industries make it more popular when they came out with a inexpensive model that was quickly bought up by trains buffs. On this page you will find On30 gauge model railroad supplies including Christmas trains, parts and more.
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