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Postby bri365 » Mon Nov 26, 2007 12:08 pm

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Hi all
My names Bri and some of you here may have seen me post over at fruit-emu, as I reconise some of the names on here.
anyway found this site by accident whilst looking for tips on a fruitie we have at work.
I'm 42 and work as a cook in a supermarket. Hobbies include Model railways so check the backs of your cupboards and send me you old trains lol.
Brian

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Postby aaamusements » Mon Nov 26, 2007 12:29 pm

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Hi Bri, welcome to the site!

I had some old tin trains that I was always meaning to sell but goodness knows where they are now since since moving house!
Think they are Triang or similar?

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Postby Dave » Mon Nov 26, 2007 12:43 pm

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Welcome to the forum Bri!

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Postby bri365 » Tue Nov 27, 2007 4:11 am

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aaamusements wrote:Hi Bri, welcome to the site!

I had some old tin trains that I was always meaning to sell but goodness knows where they are now since since moving house!
Think they are Triang or similar?


If you find them, and they are the tin Triang trains, you should get a good price on ebay. The old tin stuff sells well on there.

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Postby aaamusements » Tue Nov 27, 2007 1:35 pm

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bri365 wrote:
aaamusements wrote:Hi Bri, welcome to the site!

I had some old tin trains that I was always meaning to sell but goodness knows where they are now since since moving house!
Think they are Triang or similar?


If you find them, and they are the tin Triang trains, you should get a good price on ebay. The old tin stuff sells well on there.


Excellent. now all I have to do is find them! :oops:

I have a load of 00 gauge stuff from my childhood too but I want to keep hold of that.

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Postby ntwicm » Tue Nov 27, 2007 11:47 pm

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Hi Bri365
Welcome!!

As for the trains my father in law also collects model railways especially from a company called Marklin they are a German company and been going for ages (possibly pre 1960's i think but not sure) and the trains are N gauge

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Postby bri365 » Wed Nov 28, 2007 4:20 am

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ntwicm wrote:Hi Bri365
Welcome!!

As for the trains my father in law also collects model railways especially from a company called Marklin they are a German company and been going for ages (possibly pre 1960's i think but not sure) and the trains are N gauge


Marklin are probally the best company in the world that makes Ngauge. All mine is 00 and made by Hornby, Bachmann etc.


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