If I put some images on here could anyone tell me roughly what it might be worth?
Agreed. But times have changed. Those into trains, retired and financially stable have been hold up indoors. I've noticed that since the pandemic started, prices on prewar have risen with few "steals" or bargains.Depending on what one he has, and the tender. Those prices are all over the spectrum.
And from what I see that would be a good deal, i was thinking in the same ball park.From what I can see, I'd estimate I would pay around $500 for the lot of what you have if it were offered for sale at a local swap meet, and assuming the condition from what I can see in the pictures. The items may be in better or worse condition than what I can see, which would affect value, so what I'm giving you is just an estimate.
There are some nice pieces here, but the scuttlebutt about selling that stands true is, "They are worth what someone is willing to pay". If you want a fast sale, somewhere between $200 or more sounds about right (BTW, do you also possess the Santa Fe "dummy" A unit? It looks the same as the one pictured, but is without motors, but has a removable plate underneath that can house a "D" cell battery to blow the horn, and that would certainly up your $); if you list the items separately, you are more likely to end up in the $300 + or over; but don't underestimate the time, materials, and trips to and from the post office (is your time worth anything, also?) as salient factors as a seller.