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    Silly silly, i still have Triang and Hornby stuff in the cupboard. All still boxed and in good nick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by haverfordwest View Post
    Silly silly, i still have Triang and Hornby stuff in the cupboard. All still boxed and in good nick.
    That'll be worth a decent amount, Mike.
    Leave it for the kids, mate.
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    In anticipation of Clinchfield I just bought TSW2 on the Steam sale.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seagoon View Post
    That'll be worth a decent amount, Mike.
    Leave it for the kids, mate.
    Yeah will do Vern, i got bugger all else to leave them.

    Mike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by haverfordwest View Post
    Yeah will do Vern, ...
    My name's Sue....how do you do!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthernWarrior View Post
    I did that with all my model railway stuff too, Bruce. Sold it off at bargain basement price, now look at how much some of it is worth!
    I sold all my HO gauge stuff (and I had a LOT) when I moved to the UK, some old guy couldn't believe his luck as he scooped it all up at our garage sale for five tenths of a pittance. My dad learned his lesson and sold the two Graham Farrish N-gauge trains we had online for much more when he moved back to Canada, a decade and a half later.

    Of course, now, I'm about to move into a house which has a big room in the basement perfect for eventually building a layout... now I get to decide what gauge and what location/era I want to eventually do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by metalangel View Post
    .....a big room in the basement perfect for eventually building a layout... now I get to decide what gauge and what location/era I want to eventually do.
    Z-Gauge....and recreate the entire pre-Beeching UK system!
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    Little info about the route
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    Thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seagoon View Post
    My name's Sue....how do you do!
    Did you change your name by deed pole, then Dave ?
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