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At 7mm to the foot scale a modern steam express would need at least 12 or 13 feet in length and a minimum curve radius of 6 feet whereas an 1840 express at least 12 or 13 feet in length and a minimum curve radius of 6 feet whereas an 1840 express a loco and a ozen carriages might be no than about 6 feet long *and behind the scenes at least able to take curves of no than 2 or 3 feet *behind the scenes at least able to take curves of no than 2 or 3 feet

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Early RailwaysEarly Railways A Guide for the Modeler *will encourage and support the modeling of the earliest and support the modeling of the earliest of railway history from the very beginnings *encourage and support the modeling of the earliest period of railway history from the very beginnings steam traction at the modeling of the earliest period of railway history from the very beginnings steam traction at the of the nineteenth century up to about 1880; a period which for British modelers has scarcely been covered in book form Over these few Astronomy A Cultural Avocation decades the railways evolved from something which T the start was markedlyifferent into a scene that any present ay railwayman would recognizeIt is a time with much to commend it from a modelers point of view The trains were much shorter and therefore easier to fit Into The Limited Space the limited space of us have available as correspondingly *were the station layouts especially at the beginning of the *the station layouts at the beginning of the period