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Sandy Bedfordshire 2010

Organiser: Train Collectors Society  Open: 10:30 17:00 Saturday  ...
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Lavendon Narrow Gauge Railway

Address 8 Harrold Road, Lavendon, N. Buckinghamshire  Postcode 01234 712653&nb...
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0 gauge model railway of ECML Kings Cross to Leeds

Address Kings Cross to Leeds Florence Terrace. Gainsborough, Lincolnshire  Postcode ...
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Broad gauge

Any truck gauge greater than the standard 4ft 8½.  It is particularly associated with Brunel's 7ft 0¼ in gauge on the GWR.
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gauge

the actual width, centre width, centre to centre between rails.
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loading gauge

the physical dimensions which will pass safely through tunnels, past other trains etc. of a specific railway, also the light metal frame suspended from an arm which checks dimensions.
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The Gauge O Guild

The Guild exists to further all forms of railway modelling in 7mm. scale and on 0 gauge track. With over 5500 members including over 500 outside the U.K. the Guild is a focus for 0 gauge modellers to ...
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Standard gauge

American gauge of 2¼in used in 1906, now obsolete.
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O Gauge

32 mm gauge, 7mm to the ft, 1:42.5 scale.
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S gauge

7/8 in gauge, 3/16 in to the ft, 1:64 scale.
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Half-O gauge

16mm, 16.5 mm, 5/8  in gauge, scale nondescript (thankfully obsolete).
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P4 gauge

18.83 mm gauge, 4 mm to the ft, 1:76.2 scale.
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EM gauge

18.2 mm gauge, 4 mm to the ft, 1:76 scale.
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OO gauge

16.5 mm gauge, 4 mm to the ft, 1:76 scale.
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HO gauge

16.5 mm gauge, 3.5 mm to the ft, 1:87 scale.
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