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I model in HO gauge. I have a circus train and a Caterpillar train of heavy equipment. Also several engines of different railroads
 

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Phil here, I am posting some pictures of my circus train. Circus train era 1940 to the mid 50's. More info later.


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Pics & info at gsmrrc.org website.
More info on Circus Model Builders at circusmodelbuilders.club
If you join you get a magazine 6 times a year. You can also download a free copy of the mag. At the website. I use eBay alot topic ( ho scale trains ). The flatcars are Walthers with old circus names on them. I have also scratch built a couple of the flatcars and the elephant car. Also used kits on some of the wagons and trucks. Also alot of the wagons already made


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Locomotive 4-6-6-4 Challenger. Problems with that engine right now but using 3 SD-40's UP by scaletrains need to use 3 because of the weight of the train and inclines.

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Topic should have been ( ho scale circus ) wagons, vehicles, animals, trains. Watch the prices some items are way to high priced.

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One more thing. Circus modeling can be almost any scale. Plans through circus model builders are in feet and inches.

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