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That is an awesome set. Drooling.
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Back aways I made a photo of all my different HObbyline freight cars and cabooses in the yard. I have since them gotten a few more cars I can Think of, box cars CN, UP, WP, Rio Grand, hoppers ALCOA, Reading, tank, CONOCO silver. When I get around to it I make another photos set.
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Amazing vintage pieces from the dawn of HO. Very nice.
Here are the box cars and tank cars when view separately.
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Nice collection Frank. Some of those freight cars remind me of AHM ones.
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So neat to see a collection from the early days of HO. I remember
when postage stamp trains came out, and we were like, how'd they
do that? (They also ran at about 200 SMPH and had those effective,
but enormous block couplers).

Now there is T gauge. What next? Tn3???

I always like TT gauge, halfway between N and HO. Small enough to
create a virtual empire on a 4x8, but big enough to handle. I understand
there is a die hard group of kit bashers and scratch builders out there,
and what I see on Reynauld's Website, of European trains, there is a
surprising array of rolling stock. As for structures, it looks like a DIY program.

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. . . Now there is T gauge. What next? Tn3??? . . .

Originally posted by Chops124 - August 12 2021 :  12:39:44 PM



This is the first I ever heard of T gauge.  I assume it's powered...are there really power sources that small???

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This is the first I ever heard of T gauge.  I assume it's powered...are there really power sources that small???
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T is for tiny. I don't remember the exact scale but it really is tiny. The models are powered and they weigh little enough that they have magnets in them to help them make good contact with the rails.

It can be difficult to tell what you least expect the most.
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Well I've gotten lucky and 3 of the missing pieces I've found. THe Cotton Belt 4 bay hopper commonly comes in red with white lettering. A black with white lettering type is a rare version of this car, and I have acquired one, MY FIRST ONE. I am looking foward to getting a second one. Second a 1957 kit box car made in Great Northern red with white lettering has been added to my collection. Probably one of the easiest one's to find I have tried to letter one in the past but had the decals fall apart. I found 1 assembled and with all the lettering in the right places in perfect condition. 3 days ago a 1956 train set # 412, "The Shuttle Bug" became a viable on eBay and the NYC 0-4-0T is a locomotive I did not have. This switcher needs parts but the body and lettering is in good condition. The caboose is a early 1953-1954 Pennsylvania one incorrect for this set. It should be a HObbyline caboose in white lettering. I'll repair this loco, replace the incorrect caboose. Their is nothing I have to correct the problem with the box at this time. Their is still more to look for to actually complete this HObbyline collection.
As I said in the past, "There is no way for me to find and get all the boxed sets that were made. For me it is almost impossible. My collection will only be of catalog listed trains and sets. Their are 28 cataloged train sets. I can at this time assemble together all 27 of them using all original locos and cars in the road names seen in the retail catalog pictures. The one set I can't do is a the ATSF set #416 "The Prospector". I don't have an original AT&SF FM H12-44. I do have a HObbyline H12-44 I have lettered to resemble the original one seen in the catalog, so I can and have made photos of the set as it appears in the 1955 catalog using my look alike loco. Then replace the photo once I get the original one.
Still missing for my collection is the H12-44 AT&SF, C of G kit box car kit #62 in unbuilt kit or built up in good condition, Union Starch kit #69 tank car in unbuilt kit or built up in good condition. Would complete my collection.
Also any affordable sets I don't have I will get if they show up and present funds allow. It could be great if I could get any of the uncatalogued item made by HObbyline from others. Even just the information that they really do exist would be nice.
Unlisted items I have are; Lloyds Twin B&O FA-1 Diesel's, both of mine are powered and one B&O combine, Three Union Switch and Signal gondolas.
Here is a list of these uncatalogued items I have heard or known of;
Lloyds Hobby Shop B&O passenger set, and their freight set. Inland, Ammonia box car, Inland Creosote tank car, E&H hobbies box car, Rohm Haas tank car. CONOCO tank car, Victory tank car,
A few items I seen in advertisements or preview catalogs are Virginnian Hopper car, and the Frisco hopper car. I don't think either one was released.

As you can see I am very close to completing my collection of cataloged items. Wish me luck!
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What the world needs now is Tn3.
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Well I got a train set in the mail 1 hour ago. HObbyline 1956 set #412 "The Shuttle Bug". I haven't fixed the loco yet but have the proper HObbyline caboose. I/2 the box cover is missing.
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This view is of the box side showing the HObbyline label with its product info shown what should have come with this set.


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The missing cover from the Shuttle Bug set. What did it look like. All 1956 sets came with new art work. The art work was made to fit either of the large or smaller set boxes. The larger 1956 Silver Meteor passenger set's box showed the art work completely. This cover picture show the PRR Trailblazer running with a 6 car passenger consist. ( My grandson wants to use the computer before he goes to school. He is a tuff 1st grader and a good student so he wins.)



A shortened version of this art work graced the box top on the smaller boxes.

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Wow, it is great to see these vintage models from when HO was
a "baby."
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The Timonium Train show last Saturday was a 2 day show that we only attend 1 day of., Saturday. I acquired a HObbyline Mobile tank car I believe to be a original 1954 car. A B&M kit box car all built up with one side done perfectly right and the other side backwards. It was there and for $3. I could not pass it up. My best find is the HObbyline ready to run PRR box car. Another HL car I didn't have I got here is the Union Starch tank car.Still another HObbyline find, a purple (Very ugly) FM H12-44 will be good for parts, and at just 10 dollars. With the price of 3 each and 4 for 10 these HObbyline's freight cars were a good deal. That’s way you see 4 more Cotton belt hoppert and another Monsanto tank car. I'd have to say that the almost 200 mile each way trip for me was worth in because of these these HObbyline finds. Three items still left to find are the AT&SF H12-44, a shell Ready to run tank car, and the Central of Georgia kit box car. I do feel I will find these and the collection of Cataloged HObbyline trains will be complete. If not, well it’s been fun looking. Remember the large Allentown first frost train show will be November 13 AND 14. The allways good Hamberg PA show on Dec I will get to also.
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Oh my I forgot to mention the Texas and Pacific flat car peaking out between the Erie box car and the PRR box car is one i didn't have either. Though a lowly kit flat car the decals on it are so well done no edge of decal film shows anywhere. It is defiantly a keeper, and also a good find.








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Love the old cars Frank! Keep the pictures coming.
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Ditto, to that. Extraordinary collection. It is a marvel
that these pieces were made when those extinct
railroads were in full bloom.
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I agree - Frank, you certainly have one of the largest collections of pioneer manufacturers of HO trains, like HobbyLine, and it's clearly your passion. Love to see photos of these truly "vintage" HO pieces.
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HObbyline Box car, SP 109810, 2 types. 1 Logo black and white, 2 logo all white.
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Frank's HO is so vintage, there wasn't any HO vintage when these
were made!!
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Jeff, It takes an older modeler to know that bit of info. Thankyou Jeff. I discovered 2 days ago that there were 2 different ones, after having them for years. I am glad I have them. I wonder what else I haven't seen or know about my trains?
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This is one of the HObbyline uncatalogued special cars. This tank was made for Rohm & Hass corporation.
Seen here at my favorite car photo spot, on the tracks in front of my old Victorian SS LTD train station.

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Well as you seen in my last post, I now have a Rare Special uncatalogued Rohm & Hass tank car. I knew of this tank car for the last 5 years but didn't find one till a few days ago. Well, what happens by in a search for vintage tank cars, a group of 9 show up and another Rohm & Hass tank car is among that group. I made an offer, and it was accepted. So, my second one is in the mail now. I'll as always post a photo in my next reply here. naaaa! here it is.

edit 4-5-22 phot of the 2 together.

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HObbyline HELP NEEDED! In 1955 HObbyline accepted and completed an order from Lloyd's Hobby shop of Baltimore Md. for two different train sets both with the B&O road name. There was a passenger set and a freight set. All basic information on the passenger set is known. The freight set need information help. There are no photos of this set aviable. Because it came with twin FA-1 locomotives in B&O paint and lettering, 6 freight cars, and a caboose, the problem is HObbyline made only 5 different types of freight cars, so which one was their two of. A photo of this set would alleviate this problem and answerer the last remaining question about this set.
Here is what isn't known. How many of each set were sold? Was the B&O road name applied to any of the freight cars or caboose in this freight set? How were the cars and locomotives arranged in the set? One clear photo of the inside of this 1955 B&O freight set would answerer these questions.

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Well back to HObbyline again. A big problem with HObbyline trains is missing information on a Special B&O freight set made by HObbyline for Lloyds Hobby shop of Baltimore MD. No photo of the set has ever shown up. I am still hoping that some day a collector somewhere will share photo info of the set with us other HObbyline collectors. All known about this set is that it was released in October of 1955. Set information found speaks of a set powered by Twin FA-1 locomotives in B&O paint and lettering. Info says it has 6 freight cars and a caboose. That is everything known about lloyd’s set #2 the B&O freight set..
In my inpatience I have sought out to make a substute set. I aquired an old Varney set ,”The Canonball”. It is powered by a B&O F7 A and B diesels. It has 6 freight cars and a caboose. I had to slightly inlarge most of the formed inserts to accept the larger HObbyline cars. I used my HObbyline original pair of B&O FA-1 locos, six HObbyline proper period freight cars, and a 1955 HObbyline caboose. All Hobbyline frieght sets released in 1955 used this caboose. I am using my artistic licence to make my own set till proper information tells me what I must change.


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This is what the Varney Cannonball set looked like when I recieved it. The original set of locos and cars is there.




here is the set once I cleaned it up on my layout.



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nice set
how's it run
I'm sure it didn't run hehe
if yes what was wrong with it?
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quote:
nice set
how's it run
I'm sure it didn't run hehe
if yes what was wrong with it?

Originally posted by microbusss - June 22 2022 :  08:42:10 AM



Hey Buss! The Varney B&O F7A will turn its drivers. The B units frame fell apart. I put a Athearn frame in it. The cars are all nice. only the texaco tank car has a very dull finish. These Varney trains are really unimportant. All I got this Varney set for was the set's bottom box with its insets to hold the trains. This varney set has 6 freight cars and a caboose with 2 other insets for two diesels. This matches the Lloydes B&O freight set. Those varney cars are not my main concern. I really want to keep the HObbyline cars in the good condition they are now. Getting them in a box that is covered is important to me. I will go today to get card stock to make the box cover. Also will look for white comtact paper for this project.
Thanks for the responce Buss.

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Wow! The Varney cars aren't as important? Well, it is good to
have a focus, or like me, one get's dragged off in all directions.
Better to have one goal in mind and stay the course. Again, truly
one of the best looking collections of first gen HO ever seen.
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Jeff I still get dragged off in all directions. That is how us vintage train people are. Multidirectional!

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Still looking in HObbyline for two of these.


One of these.


And one Central of Georgia box car kits unbuilt.

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Well, you've kept a tighter focus than many, at least me.

That ATSF old timer, what a beauty. No doubt manufactured
when that critter was state of the art. HO was a novelty.

I can't spot that diesel. Is it in Alco?
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Jeff the original Varney is a EMD F7 A & B. The HObbyline ones are twin Alco's FA-1's. The Black ATSF is a Fairbanks Morris H12-44.
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FM H12-44, I was going to say that (not).

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