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L-Gauge is an information resource for the LEGO® model train community.  Our goal is to help support, promote, and educate fans and hobbyists interested in learning about and building model trains and layouts from LEGO® bricks. L-Gauge is not an official standard; however, there are a few recognized conventions and practices that have evolved over time in order ease collaboration among LEGO® train fans. The information contained in this site is the result of the collective knowledge, wisdom, and best practices from LEGO® train fans from around the world. Enjoy!
  
== Getting started ==
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Below you will find categories of information and resources to help you learn more about L-Gauge.
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==[[L-Gauge Standard|L-Gauge Standard]] ==
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* [[Track Geometry|Track Elements and Geometry]]
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* [[Reference Track Configurations|Reference Track Configurations]]
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* [[Loading Gauge|Suggested Loading Gauge]]
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* [[Wheels|Wheels]]
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* [[Wheelbase Geometry|Wheelbase Geometry]]
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* [[Couplers|Couplers]]
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== [[Layouts]] ==
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* [[Modular Standards|Modular Standards]]
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* [[Tables, baseboards, benchwork|Tables]]
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== [[Resources|Resources]] ==
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* [[CAD Tools|CAD Tools]]
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* [[Reference Instructions | Instructions]]
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== Electrical ==
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* [[Metal/powered Track Reference|Metal/powered Track Reference]]
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* [[Motors|Motors]]
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* [[Powertrain Methods|Powertrain Methods]]
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* [[Lighting|Lighting]]
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* [[Accessories|Accessories]]
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* [[Advanced Topics|Advanced Topics]]
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== Future ==
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* [[Track Components|Track Components]]
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* [[Wheels, Couplers, Accessories|Wheels, Couplers, Accessories]]
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* [[Control Systems|Control Systems]]
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== Media/About/PR ==
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* [[About|About]]
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* [[Logos and Branding|Logos and Branding]]
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* [[FAQs|FAQs]]
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== Links ==
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* [[Links to Other LEGO Train Sites|Other LEGO® train hobby sites]]
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* [[Links to Commercial Vendors|Commercial Vendors]]
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''LEGO® is a trademark of the LEGO Group of companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this site and its content.''

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L-Gauge is an information resource for the LEGO® model train community. Our goal is to help support, promote, and educate fans and hobbyists interested in learning about and building model trains and layouts from LEGO® bricks. L-Gauge is not an official standard; however, there are a few recognized conventions and practices that have evolved over time in order ease collaboration among LEGO® train fans. The information contained in this site is the result of the collective knowledge, wisdom, and best practices from LEGO® train fans from around the world. Enjoy!

Below you will find categories of information and resources to help you learn more about L-Gauge.

L-Gauge Standard

Layouts

Resources

Electrical

Future

Media/About/PR

Links


LEGO® is a trademark of the LEGO Group of companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this site and its content.