10 1/4" garden railway

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david colley jnr
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10 1/4" garden railway

Postby david colley jnr » Sun Feb 03, 2013 6:19 pm

For the ultimate in garden shunting layouts, check out eBay item number 140910883906.
I was bidding, and winning, until the seller did the dirty on me and pulled it off for the lamest of reasons.
Still, have a look and don't forget to "Right Click" to save those photos for reference!

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Postby chris stockdale » Sun Feb 03, 2013 6:35 pm

I'd looked at it when it was highlighted in the Min Rly Forum. Very nice! But I'm quite happy pursuing my 7 1/4" line in all honesty.


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Postby steerngo » Sun Feb 03, 2013 7:52 pm

The track was for sale a few weeks ago. price by the length.He stated there were some trucks and also some points for sale also pos to the winning bidder.


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