O Gauge Large Train Layout

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  • Item Category: Toys, Dolls, Games & Puzzles
  • Source: eBay UK
  • Sold Date: Jan 23,2011
  • Channel: Online Auction

Large O Gauge 2 rail layout, a mixture of American and British equipment, everything included on this 20 ft. long x 9 ft wide double loop layout, 3 loop inner ring with marshalling yards, and corkscrew mountain loop.

Atlas turntable leading to multiple train shed. Large 4 track Station, Town layout, Buildings, Coal hopper, various signals, Lights, 21 points, signal boxes, collections of:-

29 -Trains, 70 + - carriages coal waggons box cars miscellaneous trucks, 40 + - dinky vehicles, train sound systems, animals, station staff, trees etc., plus a number of American carriages yet to convert from 3 rail to 2 rail.

Transformers;- 2 On Track, 1 Durette, 2 H & M.

Track:- Peeco 2 rail 20ft Long x 9ft wide - 2 loops, multiple shunting tracks, 3 track inner rings, station tracks, turntable and engine shed positioning.

Points:- Peeco 21 Points.

Turntable:- Atlas 24" dia , 24 track positions.

Engine Shed:- Custom built 7 track with working bays, lights to fit 14 engines. 1 small engine shed.

Locos:- 2 Atlas Union Pacific, 1 Atlas Illonois Central Gulf, 5 Atlas Santa Fe, 2 Atlas Burlington Northern, 1 Atlas Chesopeake & Ohio, 1 Atlas Northern Pacific, 2 Rivarossi Pensylvania, 1 Lima SNCF, 1 Lima 1 Atlas Shunter, 4 Lima 4F 3 black 1 red, 2 hand cars, 1 ETS 4-4 steam engine with motion activated sound, 1 Rivarossi German 0-6-0 steam engine, 1 Lima British Rail Diesel converted to 8 wheel drive with Rivarossi drive boggie, 1 Lionel track cleaning train, 1 Lionel snow plow, 1 Shay 2 rail steam engine Lackawana Coal & Lumber Co with motion activated Sound.

Coaches/Trucks:- 1 Santa Fe heavy duty crane, 10 Lima LMS coaches, 3 Lima Great Wstern, 2 Lima Red and Cream, 2 Lima Green, 9 Various coaches, 14 Lima coal wagons (real coal), 4 Lima hard core wagons, 8 Lima tankers, 11 Lima box cars, 3 Lima guards van, 3 Lionel Lumber Trucks.

Accessories:- 3 foot bridges, 7 signals, 2 signal boxes, 3 water tanks, 2 cranes, 1 Trix Coal Hopper - restored, 1- 5 bay coal yard, 20 trees, 30 + figures, 15 + animals, 40 + Dinky cars/trucks/buses/etc, 20 + station items post box/telephone box/choculate machines/etc., 8 station lights, 16 buildings

Potential buyers local to the area may wish to view the layout, please get it touch and I will arrange a convienient time.

Buyer to collect after the sale.

When checking I have found an additional 5 signals, 4 Lionel electric operated road barriers, one of the buildings has an electric operated train hooter sound as the train passes, and a hut has electric operated guard who rushes out through dorr with swinging light as train passes.

Even more hidden under the bench;-

2 motorised 4 wheel boggies.

3 Riverossi electric motors single shaft double worm gears brand new still in box.

2 boxes of paper carriage inter-connectors new still in box.

6 Williams - Madison Style Passenger Cars - Brand new still in box converted to 2 rail.

3 Riverossi internal carriage lights new in box.

Getting to the back of the stores under the track trestle, and there's more:-

3 Peco Long crossings SL- E794BH brand new still in box.

6 additional signals, making 11 additional in total - 4 double / 7 single.

4 additional station lights 2 double / 2 single, and when checking the number of peco points, there are 22 not 21 as above.

There are boxes for most of the items hence the time it has taken me to check it all out.

I think this is the lot now which are all included in the auction at the prices quoted. Get biding and grab yourself a bargain.

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