I think I can honestly say I've had
more fun modelling in Gn15 than any other scale. I've created
many fun models and also many historically accurate models and
all can run beside each other and they don't look unusual together.
Hopefully some of my work has helped the popularity of Gn15.
For when I started the term was known to a couple of dozen modellers.
Now the Gnatterbox forum at Gn15.info has many hundreds of active
members. Small kit manufacturers make kits for locos of all shapes
and sizes. It's not as daunting as it once was to start out in
Gn15. If your model making has got into a bit of a rut. Try doing
something in Gn15. I promise you'll have fun with it.
Gn15 pages are still being updated so don't worry if some links