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I don't know exactly how or where to put my question. I have been a member here for a l-o-n-g time and like to play by the rules... If I have erred, beloved moderators - please delete my post but NOT me. (Thanks)

I am in the process of moving. I am relocating from northern Pennsylvania to the southern part of the state. Actually will be very close to York... No house picked out yet. (competition is fierce) So, I don't know what room availability I will have yet. But I do know I will MAKE ROOM somewhere.

I have ALL of my O gauge trains, track, buildings, cars/trucks, people, accessories packed into boxes. Most all rolling stock and engines are in original boxes. (I learned that early)

I have LOTS of stuff. It is all O gauge. I would dearly like to swap some of it out to put together one or two trains in G Scale. Probably I would just put these on a track on a board decorated with ballast and place a tree or building by it to create a vignette.

Is there a person, place, or group that is in to this kind of arrangement that you could recommend to me?

I am envisioning getting a four or five car freight train with caboose and similarly a passenger train of some sort.

Thanks for your ideas & suggestions.....

Hey I live just north of York - and you are right the housing market is super tight! 

Anyway, there is Susquehanna garden railway club ( I think I got their name right) that can probably help steer you in the right direction. 

OGR Publishing, Inc., 1310 Eastside Centre Ct, Suite 6, Mountain Home, AR 72653
330-757-3020

www.ogaugerr.com
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