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Shop Z Gauge Track Pieces to Bring Your Model Trains to Life

Because the only limit to your track is your imagination, you’ll find that there’s a vast selection of Z scale track products out there that you can use to get your model trains up and running. If you’re just getting started, you most likely want to experiment with straight track pieces and curved track pieces to get a better feel for how model trains operate. Once you’ve gotten a better feel for these pieces, you can begin to improve your build with curved remote turnouts, bridges, and more! No matter how long you’ve been at your hobby, you’re sure to find the right track products for your needs at Plaza Japan.

Find Everything You Need for Your Model Trains at Plaza Japan

Whether you’re shopping for Z scale train tracks, model trains, or other plastic models, Plaza Japan offers a vast selection of authentic Japanese toys and models to get you started. We also offer fast shipping so that you can get the products you need as quickly as possible. If you’re ready to put your model trains to the test, shop now or contact us with any questions you have!

Frequently Asked Questions

Have questions about Z gauge? We have answers. Check out our FAQs about Z scale tracks, trains, and more.

What’s the difference between Z scale and Z gauge?

In the model train community, people often use the terms “scale” and “gauge” interchangeably. They’re actually different, but most new model train collectors don’t know that. “Z scale” refers to the entire scale: structures, trains, rails, etc. “Z gauge” refers specifically to the tracks. Read product descriptions carefully to make sure your product of choice is compatible with your train and environment.

What size is Z scale track?

Z scale tracks have a gauge size of 6.5 mm/0.256 in. Z scale cars feature a 1:220 scale, meaning that it would take 220 model cars to reach the length of one real-life car.

What scale is LEGO® track?

LEGO® tracks are proprietary and feature a 1:38 scale. It’s important to note that LEGO® tracks aren’t compatible with Z scale products.

What’s the difference between Z scale and N scale?

Z scale trains feature a 1:220 scale ratio while N scale trains feature a 1:160 scale ratio. N scale trains and features are larger than Z scale. However, they’re both excellent choices for builders with limited space.