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Who we are: The Northwest Pacific Z Scalers are a group of people interested in Z scale model railroading. We include collectors, modelers, and runners of Z scale trains, layout and module builders, and those who just want to learn more about the world of 1:220 railroading. . Who we are:

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Who we are:

The Northwest Pacific Z Scalers are a group of people interested in Z scale model railroading. We include collectors, modelers, and runners of Z scale trains, layout and module builders, and those who just want to learn more about the world of 1:220 railroading.

Who we are:

The Northwest Pacific Z Scalers are a group of people interested in Z scale model railroading. We include collectors, modelers, and runners of Z scale trains, layout and module builders, and those who just want to learn more about the world of 1:220 railroading.

What we do:

Our current project is to support membership in the building of Z Scale modules and layouts for home or for shows. The club standard for modules is the Z-Bend Track standard (www.zbendtrack.com). However, any module system is welcome especially if we can build adapter modules. We also support showing self contained layouts 2’ x 4’ or smaller at shows on our BYOZ (Bring Your Own Z) tables. We don’t have regular meetings, we mostly get together at shows.

What we do:

Our current project is to support membership in the building of Z Scale modules and layouts for home or for shows. The club standard for modules is the Z-Bend Track standard (www.zbendtrack.com). However, any module system is welcome especially if we can build adapter modules. We also support showing self contained layouts 2’ x 4’ or smaller at shows on our BYOZ (Bring Your Own Z) tables. We don’t have regular meetings, we mostly get together at shows.

  • How to join:

  • Membership is free, but donations are welcome. If you want on our e-mail list, just send your name, phone number and email address to:

    • Jim Glass

    • 15948 NE 92nd Way

    • Redmond, WA 98052

    • 425-881-5643 or email: berjimgl@msn.com

  • How to join:

  • Membership is free, but donations are welcome. If you want on our e-mail list, just send your name, phone number and email address to:

    • Jim Glass

    • 15948 NE 92nd Way

    • Redmond, WA 98052

    • 425-881-5643 or email: berjimgl@msn.com

  • How you can help:

  • We could use some help in the following areas:

  • Storage space for club and member modules

  • Meeting room for meetings.

  • Sponsorship or donations for a WEB presence (see www.tomgtomg.com/z)

  • Truck use for module transportation to shows.

  • How you can help:

  • We could use some help in the following areas:

  • Storage space for club and member modules

  • Meeting room for meetings.

  • Sponsorship or donations for a WEB presence (see www.tomgtomg.com/z)

  • Truck use for module transportation to shows.

For more information on Z scale try:

http://www.tomgtomg.com/z

http://www.zscale.org , http://www.ztrack.com

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/z_scale

For more information on Z scale try:

http://www.tomgtomg.com/z

http://www.zscale.org , http://www.ztrack.com

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/z_scale

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