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southern
07-07-2011, 05:35 PM
just trying to get member's on this site talking about there stock. this is a list of the stock i run on my layout. class 09/ 31/ 33/37/47/50/56/73. plus dc kit's 205 demu and emu 416 still being built. if any one want's to list there make's and fleet number's go ahead , :rolleyes:

hairyhandedfool
07-07-2011, 11:07 PM
If I still had my OO stock we'd be here all day, but my n gauge selection is rather smaller.

Railfreight 37/4
Fragonset 47
BR Green 50
TT Green 55
EWS red 60
EWS red 66 (weathered)
2x Virgin 90
RES 90
2x Central 150/1
NWT 150/1
Regional 150/1
Regional 150/2
2x NWT 158 (1 Dummy)
2x Regional 158
Central 158
4x NSE 159 (2 Dummy units (plus two spare bodies))
2x Central 170
Virgin 220
full eight coach+DVT west coast mk3 set
full 2+7 virgin XC HST (farish)
total of three mk2f coaches
total of 12 mk1 coaches
2x Dapol telescopic hood wagon
11x EWS HTA hopper wagon

All I need is the layout to run them on! It'll be based on the northwest/midlands in the 2000-3

I'm waiting for the Dapol 142s and the Farish 350s, I reckon they will be fantastic models, and then I have to get some 156s.

southern
08-07-2011, 05:32 PM
hairy. i have seen a lot of your nice old oo stock some where else. you know where i mean that 319 emu for one.

D5572
08-07-2011, 06:02 PM
oo scale
mainly 1970's-80's diesels,dmu,apt,hst and so on
loads to list but for some reason amongst them i have 5 class 25's all with different numbers :cool:

hairyhandedfool
11-07-2011, 09:06 AM
hairy. i have seen a lot of your nice old oo stock some where else. you know where i mean that 319 emu for one.

I'm a member of several forums, so it's quite possible you did see them somewhere else.

I still have a few bits of oo stock, but nothing like I did have. My focus is N gauge now.

southern
05-08-2011, 08:48 PM
now got a bachmann class 411 emu in blue/grey. hattons are selling them at a good price .:)

EWS37109
07-09-2011, 07:08 PM
did you just mention a 319????? best emu ever.I wish the bratchell models kit didn't cost 300.