The catalog is thicker then my bible. It has 15 newly tooled vision engines, everything from newly tooled triplex steamers to the Siemens chargers. 4 newly tooled subways..... vision line pig palace stock car with quillable pigs! Thomas the tank engine..... Harry Potters train with a professor snape engineer figure and best of all..... its ALL FREE!!!!!! 
:-D

Dj'sOgaugetrains posted:

The catalog is thicker then my bible. It has 15 newly tooled vision engines, everything from newly tooled triplex steamers to the Siemens chargers. 4 newly tooled subways..... vision line pig palace stock car with quillable pigs! Thomas the tank engine..... Harry Potters train with a professor snape engineer figure and best of all..... its ALL FREE!!!!!! 
:-D

i hope you are kidding because if you aren't you just ruined my monday surprise

 paigetrain

AKA Cody Parrish

modeler of the Allegheny Federation

serving Arizona and the Northeast Corridor

The Santa Fe Dash-8

jjames9641 posted:

There is alot and I mean alot of non prototypical items in this catalog. More Scobby stuff, Frozen 2, Disney, even Star Trek. If you are into this you will be happy!! Luckily nothing in there for me!!

My wallet is smiling for now.

paigetrain posted:
Dj'sOgaugetrains posted:

The catalog is thicker then my bible. It has 15 newly tooled vision engines, everything from newly tooled triplex steamers to the Siemens chargers. 4 newly tooled subways..... vision line pig palace stock car with quillable pigs! Thomas the tank engine..... Harry Potters train with a professor snape engineer figure and best of all..... its ALL FREE!!!!!! 
:-D

i hope you are kidding because if you aren't you just ruined my monday surprise

Lol!! C’mon man..... professor snape is not an engineer. And since when does Lionel & free go in the same paragraph! 

TM Terry posted:
jjames9641 posted:

There is alot and I mean alot of non prototypical items in this catalog. More Scobby stuff, Frozen 2, Disney, even Star Trek. If you are into this you will be happy!! Luckily nothing in there for me!!

My wallet is smiling for now.

My wallet ain't

epecially when scooby, disney and star trek was mentioned

my wallet is crying

 paigetrain

AKA Cody Parrish

modeler of the Allegheny Federation

serving Arizona and the Northeast Corridor

The Santa Fe Dash-8

Grampstrains posted:
Brian DeFazio posted:
paigetrain posted:

how many pages does the catalog have

About 240ish.  

They must be slowing down.  Last year's catalog is 254 pages.

Ryan said the new catalog will not include ho it will be separate this year.

Brian DeFazio posted:
paigetrain posted:

how many pages does the catalog have

About 240ish.  

thats about 3/4 as thick as my Hamlet book for my shakespeare class this semester

 paigetrain

AKA Cody Parrish

modeler of the Allegheny Federation

serving Arizona and the Northeast Corridor

The Santa Fe Dash-8

Bryant Dunivan 111417 posted:

I think he mentioned 2s in addition to the GS-4.  I believed he rattled off at least 8 choices.  SF black I believe.

It'd be odd if those included any Daylights, given that Lionel cataloged a bunch of those just a few years ago.

Rusty Traque posted:
jjames9641 posted:

, even Star Trek.

Sneak peek of catalog artwork

With authentic Warp Drive, Phaser and Red Alert sounds...

Rusty

The needs of the many will out weigh the need of the few, or the one. 

Marty

 

Below the Signature...

" Number One, make it "O"!"

 

Dj'sOgaugetrains posted:

I want a vision line Thomas the tank engine with the force coupler effect synced up with his facial expressions!!!! 

The more force on the coupler, the more he looks like he’s pooping!

Jim Z "Torn between the New York Central and todays great railroads"!

NYC Z-MAN posted:
Dj'sOgaugetrains posted:

I want a vision line Thomas the tank engine with the force coupler effect synced up with his facial expressions!!!! 

The more force on the coupler, the more he looks like he’s pooping!

that is one visionline engine other than an SD70ACE T4 or NYC P Motor i just gotta have

 paigetrain

AKA Cody Parrish

modeler of the Allegheny Federation

serving Arizona and the Northeast Corridor

The Santa Fe Dash-8

I hope they didn't do a vision line GS-4 they just released those in 2017 and I spent $1400 to buy one!  I'll be so disappointed if they do a VL in that after offering it up so recently.  I'm personally hoping for Lionel to do a scale Pennsy T1 Duplex...I don't remember them ever doing a full scale version of it in legacy but I could be wrong

justin p posted:

I'd rather have an EMD E5, stainless steel the whole 9 yards, but that's only for my dreams

I emailed Ryan Kunkle on this a while ago, he said that’s a lot of new tooling for 1 engine, plus he would want to do correct matching cars..... it’s not out of the question but!! It’s far down the line. I would Pre-order some E5’s in a heartbeat

Dj'sOgaugetrains posted:
justin p posted:

I'd rather have an EMD E5, stainless steel the whole 9 yards, but that's only for my dreams

I emailed Ryan Kunkle on this a while ago, he said that’s a lot of new tooling for 1 engine, plus he would want to do correct matching cars..... it’s not out of the question but!! It’s far down the line. I would Pre-order some E5’s in a heartbeat

Correct as in Nebraska Zephyr or correct in proper Budd domes?

Rusty

They are making Vision Line GS-1, GS-2, GS-3, GS-4, GS-5, and GS-6 in various road names and configurations. Many have matching scale passenger cars. (SP Lark, SP Golden State, American Freedom Train, Chessie Steam Special, SP 5-Car Freight set, and SP Daylight w/ passenger cars)
Twenty-seven GS series locomotives in all.

It seems strange to me that they would do that many variations of the same locomotive in one catalog.

Other than that, it's lots of traditional O-gauge trains with licensed paint schemes (Disney, scooby-doo, Star-Trek, Anheuser-Bush, Coors, looney tunes, batman, Ford, Chevy, e.t.c.)

I'm a scale guy, so the only thing that caught my eye was the newly tooled modern-era plug-door beer boxcars.
But at $99 MSRP a piece, I'm going to pass.

Rich Trowbridge

GTW Trenton & Western Railroad

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