New Zealand’s railways are built to a narrow track gauge of 3 foot 6 inches (1067mm), while most railways around the world use a standard track gauge of 4 feet 8.5 inches (1435.1 mm). This means most models are created for standard gauge prototypes.
The scale of 1:120 is the same as TT scale, a scale particularly popular in Europe – for narrow gauge, it is also referred to as TTn3.5, or TT9 for the 9mm gauge of the track. NZ120.org exists to develop and foster the NZ120 community by providing a spot where you can find relevant information and help, and you can contribute to discussions. For NZR plans see the Plans page or see the NZ120 Facebook group.
NZ120 modellers are members of the New Zealand Model Railway Guild.