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Old 05-10-2008, 02:47 PM
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I have alot of trains and tracks that i don't use and want to see if anyone is interested in any of them. Im listing them on ebay tonight if not.
I have a small scale train set, it has the engine, coal car, 3 pennsylvania long cars and one pennsylvannia track cleaning car. Has a Tech II railpower 1400 controller and TONS of track!

Also have some of the large scale out door trains. Not to much track..only enough for a small ovel. I have one small engine, and two different cars for it. Has a 50081 transformer.

If anyone has any interest LMK i will get pics up soon. Still tacking the stuff out of bins and setting it up/cleaning.

ALL G-SCALE STUFF $170+ship OBO
ALL HO STUFF $200+ship OBO
ALL O SCALE STUFF $200+ship OBO

Heres a pic of the larger outdoor engine.
http://i180.photobucket.com/albums/x...ude123/001.jpg

Pic of all G scale train stuff
http://i180.photobucket.com/albums/x...e123/002-1.jpg

My circle i set up.
http://i180.photobucket.com/albums/x...ude123/040.jpg

cars/engine
http://i180.photobucket.com/albums/x...ude123/041.jpg

Track NOT including the circle i made...there is also a few pieces that didnt make it in the pic
http://i180.photobucket.com/albums/x...ude123/042.jpg

more pics of all track
http://i180.photobucket.com/albums/x...e123/001-2.jpg

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Let me know if you have anything Ogauge Lionel. (or larger)

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Not sure what Ogauge is. I have the largest scale, with two cars, transformer and track.
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The large scale engine says on it

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Heres a pic of the engine.
http://i180.photobucket.com/albums/x...ude123/001.jpg

Will get more pics of the smaller scale train stuff in a bit.
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Heres pics of the smaller scale train.

My circle i set up.
http://i180.photobucket.com/albums/x...ude123/040.jpg

cars/engine
http://i180.photobucket.com/albums/x...ude123/041.jpg

Track NOT including the circle i made...there is also a few pieces that didnt make it in the pic
http://i180.photobucket.com/albums/x...ude123/042.jpg
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Your smaller set there looks to be approximately HO; which is fairly common.

The LGB may be G scale? Can't quite decide from the pics; but I believe thats the largest. "Garden Scale".

There's N; HO; O and G scales. HO is what most everyone runs; I personally love O; and G practically needs an atrium area to really enjoy them; haha.

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Originally Posted by mblgjr View Post
Your smaller set there looks to be approximately HO; which is fairly common.

The LGB may be G scale? Can't quite decide from the pics; but I believe thats the largest. "Garden Scale".

There's N; HO; O and G scales. HO is what most everyone runs; I personally love O; and G practically needs an atrium area to really enjoy them; haha.

Best of luck with your sales.
Yes, i knew the LGB was largest scale..I just dont know the names of the scales.
The smaller one is'nt the most common 2 rail track one, its the one just smaller of that.
the 2nd smallest, theres a set you need tweasers to put on the track and then this scale lol
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Night time bup! Happy mothers day! Mom wants a train
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Originally Posted by mblgjr View Post
Your smaller set there looks to be approximately HO; which is fairly common.

The LGB may be G scale? Can't quite decide from the pics; but I believe thats the largest. "Garden Scale".

There's N; HO; O and G scales. HO is what most everyone runs; I personally love O; and G practically needs an atrium area to really enjoy them; haha.

Best of luck with your sales.

I just found what i believe to be O scale trains. Have two engins, and a couple cars, and some track. Its the 3 railed track. If your interested ill snap some pics.
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I just found what i believe to be O scale trains. Have two engins, and a couple cars, and some track. Its the 3 railed track. If your interested ill snap some pics.

http://i180.photobucket.com/albums/x...e123/001-1.jpg
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