Talk:3 ft gauge rail modelling

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3 ft gauge in Sweden[edit]

The three foot gauge was pretty usual in Sweden too. The only difference was, that the Swedish foot was slightly shorter than the imperial one, meaning 3 (Swedish) ft = 891 mm. I don't know if it should be mentioned in the article, but it might be a factual error to state that only USA and Ireland had 3 ft as the most common narrow gauge. Fomalhaut76 (talk) 21:35, 22 June 2013 (UTC)