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Here you can find all of our Z Gauge buildings.

Z Gauge was introduced to the world by Marklin and its chief designer Helmut Killian in 1972. The letter Z was chosen for the new scale as it was the last letter of the alphabet and thinking that there would never be a smaller scale it was deemed a good match.

Z Gauge is now well established in the modelling world, with Z layouts winning many competitions and prizes. The scale allows the modeler to model a larger space and you can find the buildings to fill that space here.

All of our Z gauge buildings are very easy to construct despite their size. Using a very simple cut, fold and glue technique our photo realistic Z gauge buildings will look amazing on your layout.