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It's the kid again! I was wondering if anyone out there has purchased the new I/M cab forward with dcc and sound. If so can you tell me how the sounds are. I know they switched from tsunami to loksound and after listening to a few steam loksound decoders I'm fairly impressed but I...
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I am new to model railroading, but I am working with old equipment. My father who is 80 has a good collection of brass O gauge engines and cars. They are all from the 1940's and early 1950's. We are trying to determine the value of some of his collection. If the electric...
My 80 year old father still has his collection of brass engines and cars that date from the mid 1940's to the early 1950's. He is interested in selling them but we do not know how to establish their value. Is there a source for pricing vintage model railroad engines and rolling stock? They...
Hey ya'll! I bought a Rivarossi Cab Forward Southern Pacific Lines #4272 at a recent model train show. I got it for a great price simply because it wasn't complete. It needs a few parts. I seem to be having trouble finding parts. I need a few parts on the second drive set (a driveshaft and the...
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