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I will start it off with my postwar Lionel switcher collection:

Lionel #41 United States Army



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Lionel #42 Picatinny Arsena



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Lionel #51 Navy Yard



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Lionel #53 Rio Grande Backwards "a"



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Lionel #53 Rio Grande Correct "a"



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Lionel #56 Minneapolis & St Louis




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Lionel #57 AEC



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Lionel #58 Great Northern Snow Plow



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Lionel #59 US Air Force Minuteman




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More to come - PW
 

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Discussion Starter · #2 · (Edited)
Some more: (3) 2328 Burlington's & (5) 2338 Milwaukee Road (3 w/ black band & 2 w/ orange band)

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Lionel #2359 Boston & Maine
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Lionel #626 Baltimore & Ohio
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Lionel #625 Lehight Valley
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More Postwar Lionel Diesels (GP's/Trainmasters)
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thats some very clean relics,but where is the "o" scale stuff ?
I think you are confused about what is "o" scale and "o" gauge

check out the "sticky" that explains the difference

again that is some very nice post war trains you have ,thanks for sharing the pics. .................Mike
 

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thats some very clean relics,but where is the "o" scale stuff ?
I think you are confused about what is "o" scale and "o" gauge

check out the "sticky" that explains the difference

again that is some very nice post war trains you have ,thanks for sharing the pics. .................Mike

Hello MIke,

I'm not really confused on the difference. The reason I stated "O" scale is the fact this thread is under an "O" scale folder. Most people actually don't know the difference.

Thanks for the compliments!

- Jason
 

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Maybe it'll take less time if you tell us the locomotives you *don't* have! :D
 

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Hello MIke,

I'm not really confused on the difference. The reason I stated "O" scale is the fact this thread is under an "O" scale folder. Most people actually don't know the difference.

Thanks for the compliments! I was going to post another 100+ engines but the mods moved one of my postings to another thread and I'm not going to post more until they bring it back or move these two postings to the other thread.

Here's the other posting: http://www.modeltrainforum.com/showthread.php?t=7330&page=7

- Jason

do you just collect ,or do you have a layout ?

what rolling stock do you have ? or do you just collect locomotives ?
reason I ask, with a great looking collection of locos like that ,you must have other stuff............lets see it ..please......................Mike
 

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Darn nice!

Please keep posting.
 

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Discussion Starter · #9 · (Edited)
Maybe it'll take less time if you tell us the locomotives you *don't* have! :D
More fun to post pictures.

- Jason

do you just collect ,or do you have a layout ?

what rolling stock do you have ? or do you just collect locomotives ?
reason I ask, with a great looking collection of locos like that ,you must have other stuff............lets see it ..please......................Mike
Don't have space for a layout, so currently collect.

I collect everything. I just haven't gotten to rolling stock yet. I still need to post the engines/take pictures of another 10 of them.

Darn nice!

Please keep posting.
Will do.
 

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Couple more pictures:

Lionel #602 Seaboard
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Lionel #2028 Pennsylvania
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Lionel #2349 Northern Pacific
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Lionel #2365 Chesapeake & Ohio
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Lionel #2339 Wabash
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Lionel #2348 Minneapolis & St. Louis
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Lionel #2329 (2) Virginian Rectifiers
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Lionel #2331 Blue & Yellow Virginian Trainmaster w/ gray shell (Extermely rare)
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Lionel #2331 Blue & Yellow Virginian Trainmaster w/ blue shell
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Lionel #2331 Black & Yellow Virginian Trainmaster
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Lionel #2341 Jersey Central
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Lionel #2321 Lackawanna
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Lionel #2321 Lackawanna w/ maroon top
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More Pics to come...
 

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Discussion Starter · #11 · (Edited)
Something newer...

Some newer stuff for the guys/gals that don't like Postwar Lionel:

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Lionel #28376 Missouri Pacific Sd70 ACe
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Lionel #28374 Southern Pacific Sd70 ACe
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Lionel #28378 Western Pacific Sd70 ACe
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Lionel #48166 Union Pacific "Building America" Sd70 ACe
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Lionel #28375 Katy Sd70 ACe
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Lionel #28377 Denver & Rio Grande Sd70 ACe
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Lionel #28373 Chicago & North Western Sd70 ACe
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Lionel #28320 Canadian Pacific Evolution Hybrid - (All diecast)
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Lots more to come, both Postwar and Modern Lionel...Stay tuned! :)
 

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Wow! Lots of cool stuff! But no layout to run them on?

I'd go nuts if I had all those wonderful PW trains and no place to run them. You might try mounting a loop or two of track on an old door. Store it on end when not in use. That's what I have to do, but it's a layout. Those poor old lokies need some place to stretch their legs once in awhile! :D
 

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Your last batch of pictures in post #11 are not working?
All your others I see, I get this when I click on them,

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Nice collection you like those little switchers huh?
Me too.:D:thumbsup:

The 2341 looks too clean, someone must have repainted it.
You want to get rid of it?:p:thumbsup:

Too bad you don't have room to run them.
 

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Wow! Lots of cool stuff! But no layout to run them on?

I'd go nuts if I had all those wonderful PW trains and no place to run them. You might try mounting a loop or two of track on an old door. Store it on end when not in use. That's what I have to do, but it's a layout. Those poor old lokies need some place to stretch their legs once in awhile! :D
Yes I know it's sad that I don't run them. I just don't have space or my own place yet. I'm still in college. All my trains are in long term storage.

- Jason



Your last batch of pictures in post #11 are not working?
All your others I see, I get this when I click on them,

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Nice collection you like those little switchers huh?
Me too.:D:thumbsup:

The 2341 looks too clean, someone must have repainted it.
You want to get rid of it?:p:thumbsup:

Too bad you don't have room to run them.
Ed,

Should be fixed.

Thanks for the compliments. Yes I like switchers and as you can see I like diesel engines.

That 2341 is unrun and is in perfect condition...:)

Remember I'm still in college and have no place to run them. This thread is just a summer activity I decided to do. (Boredom is great for you guys and boring for me!)

PW - Jason
 

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Yes they are showing now.:thumbsup:
Do you have any Diesels?:p

I still say the 2341 looks like a fake.
It looks too good to not be an imposter.

Sure you don't want to unload it on me so you can get an original?:p:thumbsup:
 

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Beautifulstff man.
Thank you!

Yes they are showing now.:thumbsup:
Do you have any Diesels?:p

I still say the 2341 looks like a fake.
It looks too good to not be an imposter.

Sure you don't want to unload it on me so you can get an original?:p:thumbsup:
Ed,

You may be right. It's a grey shell with New Jersey paint scheme. Really good job. Didn't pay much for it either. The chassis is the rare part... It's unrun...:laugh:

If you happen to find a real 2341 let me know I'm in the market for one. I'm also looking for a 2347. Do you know anyone that has one?

If I buy a real one, I may let that engine go. I'll let you know.

- Jason

Ps: I'll post more diesels now...

Pretty, Pretty, Pretty !!! I'm jealous...

B
Thank you!
 

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super nice and clean collection!!
 

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More diesel anyone?

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Lionel #11560 Santa Fe Sd75 "Conventional"
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Lionel #18201 Chessie System Sd40
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Lionel #18292 U30-C Chessie System
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Lionel #18562 Southern Pacific Gp9
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(2) Lionel #18226 General Electric Dash-9
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Lionel #18231 BNSF Dash-9 RS
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Lionel #18228 Southern Pacific Dash-9
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Still more to come...

super nice and clean collection!!
Thank you!
 
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