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 Posted: Thu Dec 4th, 2014 08:18 pm
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Hello everybody,

I was thinking and I thought it would be cool to have a small OO9 oval near the bottom of a ravine in my OO gauge layout. I was looking around, but could not find a cheap, ready to run loco :cry: . I would like a steamer, time period doesn't matter I just want an idea. The only rolling stock is I want are 2-3 open coal wagons. Also, if there are no cheap ones I would need some tips on what chassis and body kit to use. BTW the specific loco I want would be a 0-4-0WT locomotive here's what they look like: http://www.talyllyn.co.uk/details/no-6 . If you watch/watched Thomas and Friends, that's what Rheneas is. And I would use N gauge track, Right?

Thanks! Darius



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 Posted: Wed Dec 10th, 2014 12:07 pm
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Darius, try this

http://www.009society.com/

found by Googling OO9



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Thanks Ron, the only problem with that is that I have to pay to join :\



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Well worth the money , lots of info available, its own forum for members, and a monthly magazine . Items for sale at shows , or if you want by post from a sales newsletter and a discount of 10% for membership..

a  real bargain...

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