John Reynolds: Bachmann custom painted 50' boxcar in front of a Bachmann city scenes hotel.
May 5, 2013
John Reynolds: Hello Group, A pair of custom painted Bachmann B23-7s in New York Central livery.
April 5, 2013
John Reynolds: Hello Group, a four unit Bachmann lash up consisting of 3 custom painted New York Central GP30s and 1 factory painted PRR GP35. The GP 35 has been de-motored after years of excessive noise that I just could not fix.
March 1, 2013
John Reynolds: Bachmann F40PH and Bachmann F7 ready to depart Empire City Station
February 11, 2013
John Reynolds: A Bachmann Pennsylvania RR K-4 pulls a Bachmann combination car over Bachmann Shark infested lower tracks. The blue C&O car is also by Bachmann.
January 19, 2013
John Reynolds: A Bachmann 50' Mechanical Refrigerator has been added to the fleet.
John Reynolds: Baschmann Amtrak coaches with couplers adjusted for closer coupling. These are the older talgo style mounted couplers. By removing the couplers and attaching them further back on the coupler arm in a newly drilled hole with a 2-56 screw the cars coupled m... moreBaschmann Amtrak coaches with couplers adjusted for closer coupling. These are the older talgo style mounted couplers. By removing the couplers and attaching them further back on the coupler arm in a newly drilled hole with a 2-56 screw the cars coupled much closer. As shown cars run fine on 22" curves.
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We'll my train life friends it's come to a end for me my layout had to be taken down again and now I'm putting my hole g scale estate up for sale about 2500 worth of g scale track buildings switches engines cars it's all for sale and would like to sell the estate as one big junk anyone interested hit me up at Jason firstname.lastname@example.org like to get 2,000 as my lowest so any offers between thart mark send email it's sad to have to sale but I've ran out of places to store it and set it all up hope you all doing great
Good evening TrainLife! Took awhile, but I got ONE thing done: hand laid another turnout. Since I rarely, at first, succeed, I try, try again. But I have to when it comes to turnouts, because they require precision assembly. Well, that's it; see ya' again soon amigos.
Would anyone be interested in joining the groups whose link I've posted here?