Accucraft Superintendent Lee’s T-model

An Accucraft built model of Superintendent Lee’s Model T Ford inspection vehicle.

Bachmann K-27 D.R.G.W. # 464

This was purchased as an undecorated Bachmann K-27 with a green boiler. I have always wanted 3 K- 27s  for my collection, the 3 I had to have were RGS 461, RGS 455 and DRGW 464. So I had Stan Cedarleaf make up a set of DRGW #464 with the Toilet seat logo Decals and David Fletcher expertly applied them.
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ADDRESS Mt Dandenongs Victoria, Australia.
CONTACT Mail: philip@narrowgaugerails.com
Made with Xara
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Berlyn K36

My Berlyn K36 at David Fletcher’s garden railroad. David gave it a once over and fixed a few minor things with it for me. This is my most recent and expensive purchase of a brass loco to date. The Berlyn loco is highly detailed and fragile and will most likely spend most of its time on the shelf being a shelf queen. As there is reportedly only 150 of these models worldwide I’m happy and feel privileged to own this loco.

LGB D.R.G.W. # 50 Side Rod Loco

I purchased this off of David Fletcher, it is one of the few non steam locos that I own. I’m attached to it as it reminds me of a HOn3 scratch built loco that Laurie Green MMR gave to me when I purchased his old RGS Exhibition layout from him.

Accucraft Goose # 7

Accucraft Brass Goose # 7 in silver. I now have all the RGS Geese that have been released by Accucraft,  Berlyn and Bachmann.

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 He who dies with the most trains wins.  
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AristoCraft 2-8-0 D.R.G.W. #268 in bumble bee colouring.

This is a highly modified and detailed AristoCraft 2-8-0. David Fletcher is responsible for all this work and the builder’s log can be viewed here.

Bachmann Spectrum Consolidated 2-8-0

This is my highly modified Bachmann 2-8-0, David Fletcher built me a K-27 prior to Bachmann releasing their own version of a K-27. David’s builders log for this loco can be viewed here in 3 parts. Part 1  Part 2   Part 3
 A few trains from my collection.  
NAVIGATION
SOCIAL
ADDRESS Mt Dandenongs Victoria, Australia.
CONTACT Mail: philip@narrowgaugerails.com
Made with Xara
     

Accucraft Superintendent

Lee’s T-model

An Accucraft built model of Superintendent Lee’s Model T Ford inspection vehicle.

Berlyn K36

My Berlyn K36 at David Fletcher’s garden railroad. David gave it a once over and fixed a few minor things with it for me. This is my most recent and expensive purchase of a brass loco to date. The Berlyn loco is highly detailed and fragile and will most likely spend most of its time on the shelf being a shelf queen. As there is reportedly only 150 of these models worldwide I’m happy and feel privileged to own this loco.

AristoCraft 2-8-0 D.R.G.W. #268

Painted in the bumble bee configuration. This is a highly modified and detailed AristoCraft 2-8-0. David Fletcher is responsible for all this work and the builder’s log can be viewed here

Bachmann K-27 D.R.G.W. # 464

This was purchased as an undecorated Bachmann K-27 with a green boiler. I have always wanted 3 K-27s  for my collection, the 3 I had to have were RGS 461, RGS 455 and DRGW 464. So I had Stan Cedarleaf make up a set of DRGW #464 with the Toilet seat logo Decals and David Fletcher expertly applied them

LGB D.R.G.W. # 50 Side Rod

Loco

I purchased this off of David Fletcher, it is one of the few non steam locos that I own. I’m attached to it as it reminds me of a HOn3 scratch built loco that Laurie Green MMR gave to me when I purchased his old RGS Exhibition layout from him.

Accucraft Goose # 7

Accucraft Brass Goose # 7 in silver. I now have all the RGS Geese that have been released by Accucraft,  Berlyn and Bachmann.

MORE of MY

LOCOMOTIVES

 He who dies with the most trains wins.  
A few of my trains in my collection.

Bachmann Spectrum

Consolidated 2-8-0

This is my highly modified Bachmann 2-8-0, David Fletcher built me a K-27 prior to Bachmann releasing their own version of a K-27. David’s builders log for this loco can be viewed here in 3 parts. Part 1  Part 2   Part 3  
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