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JR CENTRAL

Electric 

Tomix 98950: 373 Series Iidasen Hikyoekigo 

Tomix 92424: 373 Series Inaji 

Tomix 98622: 313-8000 Series Central Liner

Tomix 98028: 313-2300 Series 

Tomix 98029: 313-2300 Series

Kato 10-1382: 313-0 Series

Kato 10-1287: 313-1700 Series 

Kato 10-1387: 313-3000 Series

MicroAce A2664: 213-5000 Series 

Greenmax 30686: 211-5000 Series LL Set

Greenmax 30687: 211-5000 Series LL Set

 

Diesel 

Kato 10-1371 KiHa 25-1000

Greenmax 30074: KiHa 75-400

 

KEIHAN KEISHIN

MicroAce 8360: 800 Series 

MicroAce 8362: 800 Series (New Logo)

Tomytec:700 Seies in 80 Series 55th Anniversary Livery

Tomytec: 600 Series Hibikie Euphonium 

Tomytec:600 Series Keihan Railway Exclusive Limited Express Livery

Tomytec: 600 Series (Tetsudo Collection #17)

Tomytec: 350 Series (Tetsudo Collection #17)

Tomytec: 80 Series with A/C Keihan Railway Exclusive

Tomytec: 80 Series with A/C

Tomytec: 80 Series

 

KUMAMOTO ELECTRIC RAILWAY

Tomytec: 6000 Series Kumamon Wrapping

Tomytec: 6000 Series 

Tomytec: Type 200 x 2 (1 set to be remodelled to original condition)

Tomytec: 500 Series (Tetsudo Collection #23) (1 set to be remodelled into 600 Series single car unit)

 

FREIGHT

 

JRF 

 

Electric Locomotives

Kato 3045-1: EH200

Tomix 9142: EF210-100

Tomix 9111: EF64-1000 

Tomix 9131: EF64-1000

Tomix 9153: EF65-2000

Tomix 9184: EF65-2000

Kato 3046: EF66-100

Kato 3061-4: EF65-2000

Kato 3036-1: EF200

 

Diesel Locomotives

Tomix 2218: DD51

Tomix 98915: DD51 with 7 x Koki 107 Goodbye Kisei Freight Service

Tomix 2223: DE10-1000 

Tomix 2232: DE10-1000

Tomix 2239: DE10-1000

 

Freight Stock

Tomix: 98235 Koki 110 (5 car) 

Kato 10-1432 Koki 107 + Koki 106 (10 cars)

Kato 10-1433 Koki 107 (2 car)

Tomix 8717: Koki 107 with taillights 

Tomix 8718: Koki 107

Tomix 2752: Koki 107

Tomix 2753: Koki 107

Tomix 93131D: Koki 107 Railway Container Transportation 50th Anniversary colour

Kato 10-1478 Koki 106 (2 cars)

Tomix 2769: Koki 106 x 3 (2 cars renumbered)

Tomix 2768: Koki 106

Kato 10-245: Koki 106 (2 car set)

Tomix 8703: Koki 106 with Tail light (Renumbered)

Tomix 8722: Koki 106

Tomix 8723: Koki 106 Kuro Neko Yamato 

Tomix 2778: Koki 104 

Tomix 8729: Koki 104

Tomix 92135: Koki 102/103 (4 car set)

Tomix: Koki 100/101 (4 cars from set 92862)

Tomix 2759: Koki 200

Kato 8042-2: Koki 200

Kato 10-1382: Koki 50000 (2 car)  x 6 (10 cars renumbered)

Tomix 2742: Koki 50000

Tomix 8714: Koki 50000 with taillights 

Tomix 98979: Koki 50000 (12 car set) 

Kato 10-1515: Taki 43000 (8 car set)

Kato 8013-7: Taki 43000

Kato 10-1167: Taki 1000 (8 car set)

Kato 8037-2: Taki 1000 x 5 (4 cars renumbered)

Kato 8037-6: Taki 1000 x 2 (1 car renumbered)

Tomix 8710: Taki 1000 with tailights

Tomix 8711: Taki 1000 x 2 (1 car renumbered)

Tomix 8713: Taki 1000

Tomix 8728: Taki 1000 with taillights

Tomix 98971: Taki 1000 (2 car set)

Tomix 8724: Taki 1000 x 9 (8 cars renumbered)

Tomix 8725: Taki 1000

Tomix 2715: Wamu 380000

 

Per Way

MicroAce: 6482 KiYa 95 DR2 Dr Tokai

World Kogei: KiYa 97

World Kogei: TMC 400A 

Tsugawa Yoko: TMC 100

Tomix 2777: Hoki 800 (2 car set) x 3 (4 cars renumbered)

Tsugawa Yoko: Single Bolster rail carriers with jib cranes (2 car set)

Greenmax 4709: Plasser 09-16CSM Tamper

 

 

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mvaron

Hello there. How did you remove the existing number on the Tomix cars you renumbered?

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Das Steinkopf
14 hours ago, mvaron said:

Hello there. How did you remove the existing number on the Tomix cars you renumbered?

 

I use the dry transfers that come with a number of Tomix sets, the Koki 106, 107, 50000 and Taki 1000 models fitted with taillights have a sheet with 10 different numbers, some of the limited edition sets such as the 2 Car Taki 1000's with case and the 12 car Koki 50000 set and the soon to released 4 Car Koki 107 Seino Kangaroo Liner also have decal sheets inside them so you can renumber cars.

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mvaron

I see. Do you have any experience with removing the numbers off Tomix freight cars?

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lighthouse
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Since November 2017 the list has changed a little bit 🙂

 

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bill937ca
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I now have 46 trains, plus many trams. This list focuses on the basic sets. I only have room to run 6 or 7 cars maximum, but I do have several trains that can be up to 10 cars including  a Sagami 11000, Yamanote line E231,  Chuo Line series 101 and 103 and a Odakyu VSE 50000. My ideal train is closer to 3-4 cars.   I also have a couple of steamers, a lone diesel, several passenger cars and some 2 axle freight cars My present layout is on a hobby table, but at one time there were two hobby tables and then 10 cars might have been a possibility. But with the 2' x 6' tram layout and a 2.5 x 5' train layout there is just not enough room. I find lists like this are a good way not to forget some trains.

 

Subway

Bureau of Transportation Tokyo Type 10-300 (Fourth Edition/Shinjuku Line) (Basic 6-Car Set) Tomix 98610

Eidan Chikatetsu Series 6000 Chiyoda Subway Line (Basic 6-Car Set) Kato 10-1143

Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line Series 16000 (Basic 6-Car Set) Kato 10-877

 

Modern Commuter & Suburban

Tokyu Series 1000 Ikegami/Tamagawa Line Three Car Formation Set (w/Motor) (3-Car Set) Greenmax 4392

Tokyu Corporation Series 5050-4000 Standard Set (Basic 4-Car Set) Kato 10-1256

Odakyu Electric Railway Type 4000 Standard Set (Basic 4-Car Set) Tomix 92569

Sagami Railway Series 11000 (Basic 4-Car Set) Tomix 92382

Keikyu Type 2100 Standard Set (Basic 4-Car Set) Kato 10-1307

Series E231-500 `Green Yamanote Line Wrapping Train` (11-Car Set) *Roundhouse Kato 10-933

J.R. Suburban Train Series E231-1000 `Tokaido Line` (Basic B 5-Car Set) Tomix 92370

Series E231-500 Yamanote Line (Basic 4-Car Set) Kato 10-890

Series E231-500 `Rilakkuma Green Yamanote Line Wrapping Train` (3-Car Set) Kato 10-934

 

Odakyu Romancecar

Odakyu Electric Railway Romancecar Series 70000 GSE (1st Formation) Set (7-Car Set) Tomix 98658

Odakyu Romance Car Type 60000 MSE (Add-On 4-Car Set) Micro A7571

Odakyu Romance Car Type 60000 MSE (Basic 6-Car Set) Micro Ace A7570

Odakyu Electric Railway Romance Car Series 50000 VSE (10-Car Set) Tomix 92754

Odakyu Type 30000 EXE with Brand Mark (4-Car Set) Micro Ace A6595

Odakyu Romance Car Type 20000 RSE `Asagiri` (7-Car Set) Modemo NP501

 

Private Railways

Kintetsu Series 21000 Urban Liner (6-Car Set) Kato 10—162

Nagoya Railroad Series 7000 `Panorama Car` (Second Edition) (Basic 4-Car Set) Tomix 92320

Hankyu Series 6300 (Basic 4-Car Set) Kato 10-050

Hankyu Series 2800 2 Door Non-air conditioning car Standard (with Motor) (Basic 4-Car Set) Greeenmax 4057

Nankai Electric Railway Series 50000 Limited Express `Rapit` (Special Package 6-Car Set Micro Ace A7051

Tokyu Series 5050 Toyoko Line Standard Four Car Formation Set (with Motor) (Basic 4-Car Set) greenmax 4039

Kintetsu Series 8000 New Color, Air Conditioner Car (Basic 4-Car Set) micro Ace A3466

Meitetsu Series 5500 After Special Maintenance Scarlet Color (Basic 4-Car Set) Micro Ace A6059

Nagano Electric Railway Series 1000 `Yukemuri` Set (Unit S1) (4-Car Set) Tomix 92382

Meitetsu Series 3400 Scarlet Improved Product (4-Car Set) Micro Ace A1055

Kintetsu Corporation (Kinki Nippon Railway) Series 30000 `Vista EX` Set (4-Car Set) Tomix 92598

Eizan Electric Railway Series 900 `Kirara` (Maple Orange) Kato 1472

Gakunan Railway Series 5000 Red Frog Improvement Product (2-Car Set) Micro Ace A0482

Kintetsu Corporation (Kinki Nippon Railway) Series 30000 `Vista EX` (New Color) Set (4-Car Set) Tomix 98275

 

JR

Series 787 `Relay Tsubame` (7-Car Set) Kato 10-237

Series 189 Azusa New Color (Basic 7-Car Set) Kato 10-426

115 Series (Shonan Color) 7-Car Set Micro Ace A4510

Series 371 Limited Express `Asagiri` (7-Car Set) Micro Ace A1070

Series 205-3100 Senseki Line `Mangattan Liner II` (4-Car Set) Kato 10-922

Series 201 Chuo Line Color (Basic 6-Car Set) Kato 10-370

Series 185-0 `Odoriko` New Color (Attached Formation 5-Car Set) Kato 10-220

Series E655 `Nagomi` (5-Car Set) Kato 10-1123

KUMOHA 12 50 Tsurumi Line Kato 4964

< KOKUDEN #003 > Commuter Train Series 103 (Yellow Green) (3-Car Set) Kato 10-037

< KOKUDEN #002 > Commuter Train Series 103 (Orange) (3-Car Set) Kato 10-036

Series 103 Low Cab Chuo Line (Basic 6-Car Set) Kato 10-1191

Series 101-800 Chuo Line (Basic 6-Car Set) Kato 10-1170

Series E259 `Narita Express` (Basic 3-Car Set) Kato 10-847

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Das Steinkopf
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Well it's about time I update my roster again.

 

PASSENGER

 

JR CENTRAL

Electric 

Tomix 98950: 373 Series Iidasen Hikyoekigo 

Tomix 92424: 373 Series Inaji 

Tomix 98622: 313-8000 Series Central Liner

Tomix 98028: 313-2300 Series 

Tomix 98029: 313-2300 Series

Kato 10-1382: 313-0 Series

Kato 10-1287: 313-1700 Series 

Kato 10-1387: 313-3000 Series

MicroAce A2664: 213-5000 Series 

Greenmax 30686: 211-5000 Series LL Set

Greenmax 30687: 211-5000 Series LL Set

 

Diesel 

Kato 10-1371: KiHa 25-1000

Greenmax 30074: KiHa 75-400

 

KEIHAN KEISHIN

 MicroAce 8360: 800 Series 

MicroAce 8362: 800 Series (New Logo)

Tomytec:700 Seies in 80 Series 55th Anniversary Livery

Tomytec: 600 Series Hibikie Euphonium 

Tomytec:600 Series Keihan Railway Exclusive Limited Express Livery

Tomytec: 600 Series (Tetsudo Collection #17)

Tomytec: 350 Series (Tetsudo Collection #17)

Tomytec: 80 Series with A/C Keihan Railway Exclusive

Tomytec: 80 Series with A/C

Tomytec: 80 Series

 

KUMAMOTO ELECTRIC RAILWAY

Tomytec: 01 Series Kumamon Wrapping (Ginza Line Livery)

Tomytec: 01 Series Kumamon Wrapping (Silver)

Tomytec: 6000 Series Kumamon Wrapping

Tomytec: 6000 Series 

Tomytec: Type 200 x 2 (1 set to be remodelled to original condition)

Tomytec: 500 Series x 2 (Tetsudo Collection #23) (1 set to be remodelled into 600 Series single car unit)

 

FREIGHT

 

JRF 

 

Electric Locomotives

Kato 3045-1: EH200

Tomix 9142: EF210-100

Tomix 9111: EF64-1000 

Tomix 9131: EF64-1000

Tomix 9153: EF65-2000

Tomix 9184: EF65-2000

Tomix 7105: EF 65-2000

Tomix 9151: EF 66(27)

Kato 3046: EF66-100

Kato 3061-4: EF65-2000

Kato 3036-1: EF200

  

Diesel Locomotives

Tomix 2242: DF200-200

Tomix 2218: DD51-800

Tomix 98915: DD51-800 with 7 x Koki 107 Goodbye Kisei Freight Service

Tomix 2223: DE10-1000 

Tomix 2232: DE10-1000

Tomix 2239: DE10-1000

 

 Freight Stock

Tomix: 98235 KoKi 110 (5 car) 

Kato 10-1432 KoKi 107 + Koki 106 (10 cars)

Kato 10-1433 KoKi 107 (2 car)

Tomix 8717: KoKi 107 with taillights 

Tomix 8718: KoKi 107

Tomix 2752: KoKi 107

Tomix 2753: KoKi 107

Tomix 97902: KoKi 107 (4 car) Seino Kangaroo Liner

Tomix 8731: KoKi 107 Seino Kangaroo Liner

Tomix 93131D: KoKi 107 Railway Container Transportation 50th Anniversary colour

Kato 10-1478 KoKi 106 (2 cars)

Tomix 2769: KoKi 106 x 3 (2 cars renumbered)

Tomix 2768: KoKi 106

Kato 10-245: KoKi 106 (2 car set)

Tomix 8703: KoKi 106 with Tail light (Renumbered)

Tomix 8722: KoKi 106

Tomix 8723: KoKi 106 Kuro Neko Yamato 

Tomix 2778: KoKi 104 

Tomix 8729: KoKi 104

Tomix 92135: KoKi 102/103 (4 car set)

Tomix: KoKi 100/101 (4 cars from set 92862)

Tomix 2759: KoKi 200

Kato 8042-2: KoKi 200

Kato 10-1382: KoKi 50000 (2 car)  x 6 (10 cars renumbered)

Tomix 2742: KoKi 50000

Tomix 8714: KoKi 50000 with taillights 

Tomix 98979: KoKi 50000 (12 car set) 

Kato 10-1515: TaKi 43000 (8 car set)

Kato 8013-7: TaKi 43000

Kato 10-1167: TaKi 1000 (8 car set)

Kato 8037-2: TaKi 1000 x 5 (4 cars renumbered)

Kato 8037-6: TaKi 1000 x 2 (1 car renumbered)

Tomix 8710: TaKi 1000 with tailights

Tomix 8711: TaKi 1000 x 4 (3 cars renumbered)

Tomix 8713: TaKi 1000 x 3 (2 cars renumbered)

Tomix 8728: TaKi 1000 with taillights

Tomix 98971: TaKi 1000 (2 car set)

Tomix 8724: TaKi 1000 x 9 (8 cars renumbered)

Tomix 8725: TaKi 1000

Tomix 2715: Wamu 380000

 

Per Way

MicroAce: 6482 KiYa 95 DR2 Dr Tokai

World Kogei: KiYa 97

World Kogei: TMC 400A 

Tsugawa Yoko: TMC 100

Tomix 2777: HoKi 800 (2 car set) x 3 (4 cars renumbered)

Tsugawa Yoko: Single Bolster rail carriers with jib cranes (2 car set)

Greenmax 4709: Plasser 09-16CSM Tamper

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serotta1972

You have a nice fleet of 313's. I too have quite a few of them and despite all of them looking pretty the same aside from the Central Liner, I still want them when a new variation is released.  And I have yet to ride on one of them but have admired them on the platforms at Nagoya.  It will be a priority on my next trip to Japan.

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JR 500系

That's quite an extensive fleet of JR Tokais, including 211s! Nice! Now u probably need the 383 to complete the JR Tokai fleet! 

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19 hours ago, serotta1972 said:

You have a nice fleet of 313's. I too have quite a few of them and despite all of them looking pretty the same aside from the Central Liner, I still want them when a new variation is released.  And I have yet to ride on one of them but have admired them on the platforms at Nagoya.  It will be a priority on my next trip to Japan.

 

 I will probably leave it at this as the 313-1700 and 313-3000 are Iida Line trains and that was the original purpose to build an Iida Line based layout, after collecting more freight loco's I decided my fleet was getting a bit too big and diverse to be just based on that so I have decided to go for a more generic JR Tokai based theme. The 313-0 are nice as I want to run a neat 4 car set for local service, the 313-2300's will be coupled to the unpowered 211-5000 LL set making a 7 car peak hour commuter train whilst the 313-8000 will just be itself, a 6 car Central Liner service. I got to ride on a number of the 313 variants when I was in Japan last time when we were staying around Nagoya as well as using a 313-3000 on the Iida Line between Iida and Tenryukyo when we took a day trip up the line.

 

19 hours ago, JR 500系 said:

That's quite an extensive fleet of JR Tokais, including 211s! Nice! Now u probably need the 383 to complete the JR Tokai fleet! 

 

 I will most likely add a 383 Series at some point in the future, I just have to figure out how many cars as I have been trying to limit the length of my passenger trains to a nice workable length of 7-8 cars long at the most, I would also like to add a 311 Series to the fleet but will have to wait for MicroAce to do a rerun as they were the only one to make them. On the diesel front I might get a KiHa 85 at some point but for the rest it will be a bit of a waiting game for MicroAce to do a rerun of the KiHa 11-0 and KiHa 11-300 in later guise with reinforced skirting, I will also have to wait and see if Kato will bring out a KiHa 25-0 as they have already done the KiHa 25-1000 variant.

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pbunter

I've been thinking about the 211 and 311 series off-and-on for awhile. As I have yet to buy any Greenmax or MicroAce sets, I would appreciate your opinion on the quality of your 211s. It looks like Greenmax updated their 211 sets (as 30772 and 30773) last year but they are in the $150+ USD range. 

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On 7/9/2019 at 1:56 AM, pbunter said:

I've been thinking about the 211 and 311 series off-and-on for awhile. As I have yet to buy any Greenmax or MicroAce sets, I would appreciate your opinion on the quality of your 211s. It looks like Greenmax updated their 211 sets (as 30772 and 30773) last year but they are in the $150+ USD range. 

 

The 211-5000 are a nice model but they are somewhat pricey, the exterior details are pretty good and the 30686 motorized unit runs quite smoothly with the new chassis, the interior details aren't anything special but they do have a basic set up of the longitudinal seating that the class have, one great feature is that you can fit them with Tomix 0337 TN Couplers.  

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Martijn Meerts

Finally managed to take pictures of my Japanese trains. I think I've got all of them, but not entirely sure 🙂

 

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cteno4

I think your wore out a retailer Martijn!

 

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RogerMc

Wore out my eyes for sure!

 

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Martijn Meerts

Wore out myself as well considering I took pictures of all the cases closed and opened for insurance purposes. Then I measured all of them, in case of a train with base set and add on set(s) I measured the sets separately, and then combined. Put them all on the track in the correct order, and then of course put them all back in their boxes again 😉

 

The length will be good to know once I have enough of a layout to start automating blocks and routes.

 

Now I need to do my non-Japanese stuff as well, and preferably also my other scales but at least I don't have that much of that stuff.

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cteno4

Very good boy! I am a bad boy on getting more of that done!

 

That will also stimulate the train dB juices.

 

jeff

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gcmr_new_zealand

You no doubt have a special reserved parking area outside of your house for the courier to use!

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cteno4

I give our regular postman gift cards for his favorite sandwich shop every few months as he has to deliver so many sal packages from japan and 25 cent ebay packages from China. He’s very nice about it and always curious.

 

jeff

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chadbag

A few there I am jealous of including the "Peach" Nankai Rapi:t  (What I assume is a "Peach" variation -- the non dark blue one)

 

 

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Martijn Meerts

Don’t really have a regular postman here these days, almost always a different one. And they started delivering packages straight to the nearest pickup point instead of at my door, but luckily that’s only a 2 minute walk or so. 

 

@chadbag that is the Peach Rapi:t yes, lovely paint scheme for that train, especially the white cabs fit very well. 

 

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chadbag

Never rode the Peach Rapi:t but I did fly Peach to Korea and back and it looks cool.  Again, jealous 🙂

 

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Kamome

@Martijn Meerts Wow! Nice collection with some very iconic trains as well as some hard to find additions.  Glad you managed to catalogue everything for insurance. 

 

Thanks for sharing

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