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Some troop cars pulled by one of Lionel's NYC Hudsons would be something I would sign up for.  With the advent of 3d printing, anything is possible, just set the scale you want it to print the object it, be it OO, HO or whatever.  I would like some shorter passenger cars that can go around my tight 3 rail curves.  The diecast scale craft ones need big curves to operate.  I might do a 2 rail OO layout at some point.  But right now, the market to sell my Postwar is dead locally.  No takers yet of my nice 2343's or the 2035 complete set(no boxes).  I would like to do an around the room layout of the NYC thru Indiana(area east of Indianapolis) and passenger coaches and troop sleepers would be great.  There are many niches within model railroading, such as 7/8ths scale on G scale track, live steam in several scales on G scale track, even On30 was a niche till Bachmann blew the lid off the pot with their line of models.  A good supply of ready to use track and switches would be the first step, even if its just proper ties on On3 flex track and turnouts for 2 rail.  AD

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