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N Scale Model Trains Database

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N-Scale Model Trains

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N-Scale Train Modeling is a hobby concerned with the recreation, display and operation of railway equipment in miniature. N-Scale is sometimes also referred to as N-Gauge.

N-Scale is a group of similar dimensional relationships including (but not limited to) 1/160, 1/150 and 1/148. All share in common a railroad gauge of 9mm (0.354 in). The earliest model trains to use this scale were made by Lone Star in the United Kingdom in their OOO (Treble-O) line. Interestingly, the Lone Star models use a dimensional relationship of 1/152. The first models to use a 1/160 scale were made by Arnold of Germany in the 1960s. The most common dimensional relationship in the United States and Europe is 1/160. Japanese manufacturers make a mix of 1/150 and 1/160 products but for the most part use 1/150. Model manufacturers in the United Kingdom prefer 1/148.

When it comes to track, N Scale always uses a standard 9mm distance between the two rails. The track height, however, can vary. Common heights are 0.08 inches high (Code 80) and 0.055 inches (Code 55). For narrow gauge modelers, track is 6.5mm between the rails (Z-Scale), but the dimensional ratio of the models is still typically 1/160, 1/150 or 1/148.

Worldwide, N Scale is the second most popular model railroading Scale after HO, but in certain geographical regions (Japan in particular) it exceeds even HO in popularity.

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Total items in collection: 51802. Total items on page 31

First Image Brand Stock Number Road or Company Name Reporting Marks Road or Reporting Number Prototype Original Retail Price Market Release Date ID
Arnold 4555-25 Deutsche Bahn DB 2401 E:$10.00 C:$10.00 121624
Arnold 4555-35 Deutsche Bundesbahn DB 1991 E:$10.00 H:$30.41 C:$10.00 121625
Arnold 4555-36 Deutsche Bundesbahn DB 1988 E:$10.00 C:$10.00 121626
Fleischmann 2007 Deutsche Bahn 21 80 080 0 744-3 1968-01-01 132558
Fleischmann 8210 Deutsche Bahn 9410 161-2 127115
Fleischmann 8230 Deutsche Bahn 21 80 411 7 882-1 1992-01-01 144239
Fleischmann 8232 Deutsche Bahn 21 80 411 7 793-0 1996-01-01 144237
Fleischmann 8320 Deutsche Bahn 11 80 806 2 078-4 1975-01-01 132557
Fleischmann 99 8230 Deutsche Bahn 21 80 411 7 817-7 2000-01-01 144238
Minitrix 15136-C Deutsche Bahn Mst 8312 2001-01-01 132637
Minitrix 3257 Deutsche Bahn 806 2 430-7 1968-01-01 132489
Minitrix 3258 Deutsche Bahn 083 5 020-9 H:12.99€ 1968-01-01 132487
Minitrix 3258 Deutsche Bahn 083 5 020-9 1968-01-01 132488
Minitrix 51 3530 00 Dimensional Data 21 80 577 1 033-5 1972-01-01 127319
Minitrix 51 3530 09 Dimensional Data 31 80 057 1 920-3 1984-01-01 127320
Minitrix 51 3530 10 Dimensional Data 31 80 057 1 960-0 1983-01-01 127321
Minitrix 51 3530 22 Hobby Shop 31 80 057 1 843-8 127308
Minitrix 71036 SBB CFF FFS 23 85 816 6 705-8 132492
Minitrix 91802 Deutsche Bahn 23 80 806 3 327-0 2010-01-01 132490
Minitrix UNKNOWN Deutsche Bahn DB 327 156 1978-01-01 140201
Minitrix UNKNOWN Deutsche Bahn 806 2 430-7 H:$22.48 1968-01-01 140205
Roco 0005 Deutsche Bahn 303 510 1993-01-01 132548
Roco 2307A Deutsche Bahn 327 154 1972-01-01 132549
Roco 2307B Deutsche Bahn 327 154 1972-01-01 132550
Roco 2307C Deutsche Bahn 327 154 1978-01-01 132547
Roco 2307D Deutsche Bahn 929 375 1982-01-01 132551
Roco 25012 Deutsche Bahn 929 370 1992-01-01 132552
Roco 25259 Deutsche Bahn 301 711 1995-01-01 132553
Roco 25259 Deutsche Bahn 327 156 1999-01-01 132554
Roco 25286 Austrian Federal Railways 853 505 2002-01-01 132555
Roco 25423 Deutsche Bahn 300 487 2001-01-01 132556