Just some advice for me please

 
  TobyT Beginner

Hi everyone,

Thanks for taking the time to read this. I just wanted some advice on some model train items that have been handed down to me. I have no idea about the quality or value of the items and would like to know if its worth trying to sell them or just give them away. I attached a few photos to show what I have.

I have three engines a Bachmann branch-line WD 2-8-0 Locomotive, a Hornby French line CGT merchant navy class and An Atlas southern diesel model. Plus a number of carriages, I am guessing they are HO gauge.

I have various trees, grass, gravel, paint, rail, houses and transformers.




Thanks again.


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  John_Bushell Chief Commissioner

Location: Brisbane
I have three engines a Bachmann branch-line WD 2-8-0 Locomotive, a Hornby French line CGT merchant navy class and An Atlas southern diesel model. Plus a number of carriages, I am guessing they are HO gauge.

I have various trees, grass, gravel, paint, rail, houses and transformers.
TobyT

Toby, where do you live mate? If you are in Brisbane or nearby I could have a look at them and tell you what you have. The locomotives do not particularly appeal to me, but the trees, grass etc. might be worth a look. Someone else could want the locos, but really I would need to have a look. Photos don't tell us the full story.

You can send me a PM to advise where you live, or if you are in another state just mention the city on this thread.

Best regards,
John
  David Peters Dr Beeching

Location: "With Hey Boy".
Here is a review of the Bachmann WD 2-8-0 loco. This might help you a bit!
http://www.hornbymagazine.com/view_article.asp?ID=7083&v=mobile

Here is some info and review of a Merchant Navy loco as well.
http://www.semgonline.com/model/mnrev.html

Also both of these are OO scale of 1:76 the Atlas locomotive though is HO scale 1:87 but both run on the same track though!

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