What would you buy if it was available??

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dkightley
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What would you buy if it was available??

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On a similar note to Ozrail's thread about what Eisindo might bring out this year, I thought I'd ask what add-ons, scenery components, etc you would buy if available.
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peterg
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I would buy;

2/3 storey stone farm house.
Barn/outbuilding.
Canal narrow boat.
Long, single storey shop/agricultural type build.
Fencing/wooden type.
Dry stone walling.

Where possible all to be 1 piece mouldings.

You can post them tomorrow, i do'nt mind waiting. :lol:

Pete

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I would buy;

brass etched fences (for railings, fences, enclosures)
American locomotives/diesels and rolling stocks
Modern houses from UK/USA/Canada regions
Tree kits ( similar to HO scale tree kits - you dip the tree stems into glue and powder leaves on them)
Trolly (cheap & simple)

I'm not sure if there's anything else...but I'm pretty much open to anything haha.

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I would love to find working British outline Steam Loco with a representation of valve gear and a three axle bogied chassis.

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The same thing I want every year dkightley
Try and Take the Worl.... No wait wrong forum.

For me I'd like to see
- Improved switches with better frogs to prevent stallings.
- Steam engine outline.
- and a track cleaner of some kind
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Ozrail wrote:The same thing I want every year dkightley
Try and Take the Worl.... No wait wrong forum.
Lol. remind's me of an old cartoon. Pinky and the Brian.

Any way. back on topic.

Hmmm there is so many thing's but for me really. I would like to see some more Narrow gauge loco's and rolling stock. Oh and some Garratt's ;-) but hopefully soon i Shall have some drawing's witch may come in good use for the future. ;-)

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*off topic*
If I could, I'd give you a prize for correctly guessing GarrattHamster.
Yeah a Garratt would be nice, I like them to a lot.
Just not sure how to design one that would work.

*on topic*
I forgot to say CO-CO style motor unit before.
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Ozrail wrote:*off topic*
If I could, I'd give you a prize for correctly guessing GarrattHamster.
Yeah a Garratt would be nice, I like them to a lot.
Just not sure how to design one that would work.

*on topic*
I forgot to say CO-CO style motor unit before.
Hahahahaha. I am glad, I remembered it rightly. lol
Yeah, it would be great. i have been plating around with the LMS garret but hitting slight problem's but i am just taking my time and slowly getting throw it. well none motor version i should add as well.

Now, a co-co style motor cover unit would be great. as well different variations would be great as well.

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Re: What would you buy if it was available??

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A Co-Co bogie would be nice, either as a motor unit or even by itself.

Personally I would like a Japanese electric freight loco and some loaded JR container wagons.

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