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I'm not sure of the scale...think they were either 1:24 or 1:22. Pretty sure it wasn't 1:20 although I'm not sure.

The photo I saw was online someplace and I don't recall a price mentioned. I believe Preiser or someone has a plastic one. I prefer diecast as the wind won't move it around so easily.

Terry, if you find a couple of them I'd be most appreciative. The baggage wagon in the photo looked like a US type or at least very similar with spoked wheels.
 

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Okay, thanks Brian for the photo. That's not the one I saw. The Grandt wheels look good on it.

Steve, The Pola looks good but that price? Wow! Anyway that's not what I remember seeing either. Thanks for the photo. Now at least I know of two examples that are not what I'm looking for.
 

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Thanks Doc. It's been quite awhile since I saw the photo so I can't be sure but that just may be it. I was under the impression however that it was already assembled. It's a shame that kit's no longer avaiiable. It's just about perfect.

I could settle for the Pola I suppose other than the price.
 

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Dana,

Thanks, that's most kind of you. I have the plans you speak of and they should make up into nice models. I'm really looking for a couple diecast ones though that I can leave outside without worrying about wind blowing them around or squirrels gnawing on them.
 

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Posted By dana on 06/08/2008 7:33 PM
oky just a thought;)" border=0> . sorry i couldnt be some help




Actually you were of help. I'd forgotten about those plans. They may be useful at a future date. Thanks again. :)
 
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