Photos of my G scale stuff!!

Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by CSX, Oct 28, 2005.

  1. CSX

    CSX Member

    Hey guys. Over the past month I have been collecting some G scale stuff
    for my outdoor layout. Now, they are just going to be on the shelf because
    I am doing HO instead. I am gonna share with you some nice photos though!
    Also on a side note, everything is made by Bachmann!! :D

    It's roadname
    is ET&WNC (East Tennessee & Western North Carolina), or as some call it
    Eat Taters and Wear No Clothes railroad. Locomotive #14.

    Here is another photo of the 4-6-0 locomotive. Note the details! :thumb:

    Here is an exciting photo of the locomotive. This shows a good view
    of the back-side view. You can now see the colors clearly!!! :p

    Here is my ET&WNC log car, car number 274. It is an overall
    nice car, but it falls apart easily if not handled correctly. :confused:

    Here is my Texaco tanker car. It is a very nice model and
    I do not regret at all buying this one.

    Here is my East Broad Top hopper. Car number 849.
    It is very sturdy and my longest freight car. :eek: :eek: :wave:

    Here is my D&RGW (Denver & Rio Grande West) boxcar.
    Car number 3527. It has so many details on it!!! :thumb:

    This is my Lineville River (ET&WNC) boxcar. Car
    number 4. It is plain but nicely built.

    Here is my ET&WNC coach. Car number 19. It comes
    out of the box RTR and lighted! Very cool! :D

    And the final car I own. My observation ET&WNC
    Azalea. Car number 10. Fully lighted and RTR!
  2. CSX

    CSX Member

    One thing I would also like to add:
    Please do not take my photos. They are my property.
  3. TomPM

    TomPM Another Fried Egg Fan

    Nice stuff!

    When do we see it on the tracks?
  4. nolatron

    nolatron Member

    Nice collection. All I have right now is a UP Dash 9 in G. We just moved into a new house in houston after relocating from New Orleans and I actually have some yard space, well more like patio garden space, now so I'm working on a small layout to run something back forth along the area.

    Looking forward to seeing those on tracks as well.
  5. CSX

    CSX Member

    Thanks you two for the great comments. Good luck on getting your railroad operational!

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