Not what I'd consider a collection,  but this past York I did acquire my first ETS piece:

ETS t234 shunter frontETS t234 shunter sideETS t234 shunter rear

According to the box it is a CSD Series T 234 diesel shunter. If you looked at it quickly you wouldn't even know it had a sheet metal body.

---PCJ

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I don't have a collection; I have a single model that I got after seeing a prototype Bayer-Garrett articulated steamer in a foreign railway museum.

In fact, this came from one of my LHS's Fleabay listings and judging by the condition (pristine) came from a local collector:

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This is the Argentinian version of the Beyer-Garrett that ETS has done for some years. It is 3rail, conventional only and has cutesy choo-choo sounds as well as lighting. This is as close to tinplate as anything I have - everything visible on it, especially the running gear, shines. It is very nicely made and the drive train with two small can motors and a clutch system works so well that I run it just to see it change directions!

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RailRide posted:

Not what I'd consider a collection,  but this past York I did acquire my first ETS piece:

ETS t234 shunter frontETS t234 shunter sideETS t234 shunter rear

According to the box it is a CSD Series T 234 diesel shunter. If you looked at it quickly you wouldn't even know it had a sheet metal body.

---PCJ

Uh oh, I really like that one - lobster claws and all!

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