Take care Chris, we need you for the thread ...

As Fred posted some nice JEP trains I will continue with JEP. Today a not comon red streamlined model just made in 1938. Jep has used the autorail body and coupled it to a small streamlined loco to make a fantasy model. This one is clockwork but it has also been made in electric version.

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Have a nice tinplate weekend,    Daniel

 

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Due to a lot of cleaning, organizing, and rearranging at home, my windup train display has been relocated... which gave me an excuse to retire the old windup layout, and build a new (and hopefully better) Torsion Rail Lines for the windup trains:

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 - James

 

"Clockwork guys really know how to unwind!"

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George S posted:

Got a Snoopy flying ace for my Michael’s airplane. He’s a little big, but better than too small.

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Nice George. Now you need another plane to do a Red Baron red repaint! 

      

Chris.

 

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FRENCHTRAINS posted:

Take care Chris, we need you for the thread ...

As Fred posted some nice JEP trains I will continue with JEP. Today a not comon red streamlined model just made in 1938. Jep has used the autorail body and coupled it to a small streamlined loco to make a fantasy model. This one is clockwork but it has also been made in electric version.

IMG_9472IMG_9474IMG_9476

Have a nice tinplate weekend,    Daniel

 

Very nice!

Chris Lonero posted:
George S posted:

Got a Snoopy flying ace for my Michael’s airplane. He’s a little big, but better than too small.

3B67C84B-9727-4D91-9CF0-04EAD54BE0CCGeorge 

Nice George. Now you need another plane to do a Red Baron red repaint! 

I said Michael’s, but it is Hobby Lobby. They make a red tri-level like the Red Barron plane, but they put stars on it instead of the German cross. I’d need to find a figure to be the Barron.

George

Chris Lonero posted:

Sorry for the delay guys let’s get going!  Let’s see your tinplate! 🚂

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this has happened to me before... you create a post, then walk away for a while before you publish it.  after a time, the forum app forgets the link to your pictures and even though you see them for now, when you reload the page, you will get this "Image Not Found".

you need to throw away the images in your post and re-attach them and that will fix things.

cheers...gary

Some Ives standard gauge- the 3242 I posted last week, this time with a train of Ives 184-185-186 cars. This is the 1921-24 Type I version of the engine with the narrow motor, and a great runner. I assume this is the "red" instead of the "maroon" color (the coaches being maroon).

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