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|15th May 2008, 18:44||#16|
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It also emits steam like a real steam loco
These sets are currently priced around £400.
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|16th May 2008, 13:08||#17|
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but wud love to see ur final completed setup...
all the best for that
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|23rd June 2008, 00:06||#20|
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here are some more from my side.
i got both the engines from a local shop. the orange one has extra weight at the back to keep the balance. the black one has a lot more- flat bed, oil tanker etc. not posting those.
|24th June 2008, 12:26||#21|
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this is correct - it is a complete series called LIVE STEAM - basically a re-make of their popular 1950's -1960's ENGLISH MADE Train Sets which actually has Live Steam -
really lovely Train Sets!
plse see Home - Hornby website for stockist details in mumbai
the details are below
1/16 Ghanshyam Baug Cama Lane
ph 39442040 - doesnt work
email: email@example.com - no reply so far
alternatively you could call ODYSSEY in Chennai - they are a book shop who used to sell HORNBY sets in their store.
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|8th October 2008, 10:59||#22|
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Please help with scale compatibilities!!
Hey guys, good to see a thread for scale models of railroad train sets.
We couple of friends are looking out to set up a scale model city. We have zeroed down to the scale of 1:18, as most of the cars and bikes diecasts are available. Now our issues is compatibility. As this is a scale city, we plan to run railraod network through it and set up airport too. Setting up an air force base is not an issue as there a quite a few options available in 1:18 scales. The issue we are facing is in getting compatible commercial aircraft, ships for port and rail road models.
We have been researching since a while, and we realized, correct me if m wrong, that "G - Gauge"/"G - Scale" are of ratio 1:21 or 1:22.4, the most nearest to the scale 1:18!! Because as far as i know,there are no 1:18 scale models available in railroad as such??
So guys, please help me with right inputs over the same. It would be of great help if you could enlighten me over the best compatible railroad scale for 1:18 auto diecasts.
|27th December 2008, 05:05||#23|
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It is Xmas, there is a party! so what better occasion than this to add some excitement. So out came my train set from its boxes. I had just 15 minutes to set up the whole thing before our guests started to arrive hence as you would notice its not the greatest setup but was super exciting and entertaining with all us grownup kids watching the train go round and round
The set up was really shabby as the tracks ran a few inches outside the table and had to be supported by toilet rolls this made the tracks flexible and hence I didn't want to run my more expensive engines so out came my smaller, cheaper test engine.
|3rd January 2009, 11:46||#25|
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Though I could never manage to buy one, have always had a fascination towards train sets since childhood. Those memories have been refreshed now.
|3rd January 2009, 15:02||#26|
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Really love these trains though I have never owned one.
@Pune guys - Have you been to the Joshi Museum of Model Railways at Kothrud, near Karishma Society? Got reminded of my visit there some 3-4 years back.
Googled it to find their site, Joshi's Museum of Model Railways
|27th May 2009, 15:18||#27|
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Yacht model . Pls don't mind
I like to share a yacht model which I built few months back.
I am planning to make train models too. I will share the photos once done.
|27th May 2009, 16:28||#28|
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WOW, awesome job. It looks great. do you have pics on WIP.
Looking forward to those train models.
|27th May 2009, 17:16||#30|
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wow! nice thread. i love trains... used to play with them when i was kid.
would love to re-start it as a hobby but alas have a naughty son (4 year old) who will not keep quiet. so will have to wait for a few more years before getting into it.
will be tracking this thread.
shantanu... way to go with your boat... maybe a boat thread ?
or maybe we should have a model category ? model cars/trains/planes/boats
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