I think I have O gauge withdrawal... I can't believe how much nice stuff is in this catalog! Those new scale GP-35 are awesome! and in EL no less! Multiple road numbers and dummies across the board... Oh my. Please oh please tell me we will get products like this in S soon... A converted O gauge junky can only take so much ;-)

-Jonathan

 

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Originally Posted by jonnyspeed:

I think I have O gauge withdrawal... I can't believe how much nice stuff is in this catalog! Those new scale GP-35 are awesome! and in EL no less! Multiple road numbers and dummies across the board... Oh my. Please oh please tell me we will get products like this in S soon... A converted O gauge junky can only take so much ;-)


Step away from the O catalog...

Nothing to see here...

Move along...

 

 

Rusty 

At some point, Swafford just may get his wish on those S scale auto racks.  Looks like Lionel is being good to everyone this year.

 

 

 

"Moreover, experience proves that there is virtually no limit to the amount of cars, track, equipment, etc., the scale model railroader will buy once you have planted the "system" idea in his head. The more he has, the more he still wants." A.C. Gilbert Co. - 1947

Originally Posted by jonnyspeed:

Help me Rusty... I need a fix... :-p

 

Just kidding. I think it could be the best catalog ever in O. I can only hope that we will see a fraction of that in S. I can't wait.

There's gotta be a 12-step program you can enroll in somewhere...

 

I'm thinking we'll see some trickle down in S, also.

  

It's nice the separate Flyer catalog got mentioned on Page 2.

 

Rusty

I don't spend an awful lot each year on the hobby, but I have to say I have never seen so much neat gotta have stuff in one catalog!  Our layout leans heavily towards the toy aspect of the hobby so the accessories, pop culture, and novelty type items are a plus for me.  This year zombies!!  Next catalog, the Kardashians?

They threw a zinger at us by offering instead of a Grand Trunk O Scale GP9 in blue & red. they have the SD80MAC in GTW colors. There were a lot of the Union Pacific SD90/43MACs on the GTW mainline as run through power in the 1990's.

 

The GTW auto carrier does not have the name GRAND TRUNK WESTERN on the flat car, which was a common practice.

 

The Grand Trunk and Canadian National P-S 60' Box Cars are what you have to get if you missed the similar Atlas O ACF 60' Box Cars.

 

Andrew

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