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The Links of interest will be a locked sticky that I will be updating. If you believe there is a link that should be included, please add it here.
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http://www.ttscale.com" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; , This site has a lot of info for American Prototype TT including a catalog of what is currently being produced.

http://www.3smr.co.uk" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; , This site is primarily for 3MM scale, but has many useful items in 12 MM gauge as well as detail parts, accessories, etc.

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^^^ Added - thank you.
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There is another TT dealer in Pennsylvania. Due to family issues response at the moment is a bit slow but they'll get back to you if you email them. http://www.eurobahntrains.com

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Good site describing Zeuke, BTTB, and Tillig models: http://www.zeuke.nl/

A nice page describing which DR/DB locomotives are appropriate for which trains (not TT-specific, but useful for Zeuke/BTTB/Tillig modelers): http://www.worldrailfans.info/Articles/ ... tock.shtml
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Thanks BTTB Fan, I totaly forgot about Zeuke.nl. The other site I've never seen before but it's something I've been looking for. Both have been added.
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I posted this in response to a question in the Layouts and Track Plans forum. This site has lots of track plans, etc. Maybe add to links? http://trackmap.net/

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Hmm, definately a lot of stuff there! I'll add it.
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Hello Balu and welcome to the forum! I'll have to pick and choose from the links. Some we already have (in the Links topic) and some I would ask that you remove. The ones for removal are retailers outside of North America. Part of the reason I set up this forum is to promote TT scale in the US, therefore it makes sense that only US based (and Canadian I guess.....) retailers should get promoted here. There are however several links that we've neglected to add which I will do shortly - thank you!
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ConducTTor wrote:...(and Canadian I guess.....)...
Woo-hoo! Ater all, we are just a 51st US state! :D
Here is a Canadian place that I checked out a few times, but never bought anything from: http://www.eurorailhobbies.com/
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