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domino

Hey all

 

It has been about 6 years now since i started modelling Japanese Trains, and i now have 45 Trains set`s , i only collect Passenger Train , no freight or steam, although i do have 1 C57 and the M250 both in DCC (thanks to Martijn), love it.

 

So i was wondering how long you guy`s have been modelling Japanese trains and how many trains/sets you have, feel free to ad pic(in box is ok, you dont have to put them all on the tracks  :grin  ) so we can see it.

 

Regards

Brian

Domino

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Sir Madog

Small, very small, indeed!

 

1 Kato Eizan Electric Rlwy. Series 900 EMU

1 Modemo Enoshima Electric Series 1500 EMU

1 Kato C11

1 Kato D51 498

 

That´s all!

 

I hope to be able to acquire more Modemo Enoshima EMU´s, as I am changing my layout theme to be more in line with this tram like railway. I will keep my steamers, though.

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keitaro

There's plenty of roster threads out there I offered to manage one a while back but many people just have too many to list.

 

I'll try modify this post later with mine.

 

I have roughly 15 steamers, 4 ED/EF's', 10 Shinkansen sets, 1 Dr yellow' , 25 kihas and about 15 emus and some freight sets/passenger coach sets.

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Densha

1 Kato E231-500 Yamanote-sen with 4 cars

>_>

 

So, Sir Madog, you have MANY trains in my opinion. ;)

(By the way, is that Modemo Enoshima one new? And the C62 is sold I guess?)

 

@keitaro

Hmm... could that be an interesting thing for the renewed forums? A sort of database where we can store our models to show it to others? (maybe including pics per train) Sounds a bit like Martijn's database thingy he was working on...

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Azumanga Davo

Only just got into it myself:

 

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1x MicroAce EF64 (beautiful runner in my opinion)

1x Tomix EF81 Hoku. (my first N scale purchase in this region)

1x Kato EF510 Hoku. (my favourite colour scheme)

1x Kato set of 7x 14 coaches

6x freight (few green and silver boxcars, pipe wagons and the container/camera wagon)

1x Kato KiHa 201 (yet to run these properly)

 

Not outstanding, so I'll bulk my numbers up with some other things I own/have owned (shrunk it's size so it's out of the way of the main subject in hand):

 

OO6x Bachmann 2 Car Class 158 (4x First ScotRail "Barbie", 1x ScotRail "Express", 1x First TPE)2x Bachmann Class 37 (1x 37410 BR Blue, 1x 37411 EWS)1x Lima Class 60 LoadHaul2x Hornby Class 47 ScotRail1x Hornby 2 Car Class 156 SPT1x Hornby Class 153 Northern1x Lima Class 20 Hunslet Barclay1x Hornby Class 90 Intercity2x Hornby Class 91 (one Intercity, 1x spares unit)1x Hornby MkIV DVT8x Hornby MkIIs in various configurations6x Hornby OTA timber wagons3x Hornby 4 wheel stone wagons weathered1x Lima 4 wheel flat wagon (for camera use)OO [Previously owned]2x Lima Class 37s (sold both)2x Hornby 2 Car Class 142 (1x Northern Spirit, 1x Regional Railways, an absolute nightmare to use, converted them to run in multiple.  Ran worse in multiple, go figure.  Sold both)1x Hornby Class 47 (first ever OO scale loco got the ball rolling for me, 5 years ago, sold on due to age)1x Hornby US Tour Flying Scotsman set1x Hornby Flying Scotsman (tender drive)3x Hornby LNER coaches3x Hornby MkIVs Intercity (sold on to someone's HST collection, wasn't really running too often)N [Previously owned]1x GF Class 47 ScotRail (Graham Farish old unit, motor failed rather spectacularly with smoke and the whole show one day, gave it away to someone)3x GF MkIIs Blue/Grey2x GF MkIIIs Intercity1x GF Class 170 Midland Mainline (recently sold, owner wants to convert unit to a TransPerth A-set)

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Sir Madog

1 Kato E231-500 Yamanote-sen with 4 cars

>_>

 

So, Sir Madog, you have MANY trains in my opinion. ;)

(By the way, is that Modemo Enoshima one new? And the C62 is sold I guess?)

 

@keitaro

Hmm... could that be an interesting thing for the renewed forums? A sort of database where we can store our models to show it to others? (maybe including pics per train) Sounds a bit like Martijn's database thingy he was working on...

 

Yup, I traded the C62 for that Modemo tram plus a little cash. The Eizan Electric car is also up for a trade, as I will be focusing future efforts on the Enoden line.

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Kabutoni

I'm currently inspired by this thread to make a database of my trains! It also gave me the idea to sell off a part of my collection (for very fair prices), since I plan to move to Japan in December and I need as little as possible personal belongings. I think it'll be up for sale on the forums in a few weeks.

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Densha

@Sir Madog

I'm looking forwards to photos or videos of it! :grin

 

@Toni

You mentioned that earlier, but then we will have even less people doing Japanese model trains in the Netherlands! :sad::lipssealed: ;)

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cteno4

uggg this reminds me i need to do inventory to put away for insurance!!! i keep putting it of and that temps mr murphy.

 

jeff

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Kabutoni

It's not a big pile of trains, but I can do with less (specialising in interurbans). I can already say that there'll be a few JNR trains (not in mint condition at all) e.g. a Kato 117 Series and an old Tomix KIHA183. They are all worked on a bit (some for the good, some for the worse), so I'll be pricing them accordingly.

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JR 500系

It also gave me the idea to sell off a part of my collection (for very fair prices), since I plan to move to Japan in December and I need as little as possible personal belongings. I think it'll be up for sale on the forums in a few weeks.

Oh that's something to look forward to! Anything with a single carriage train by any chance? Looking for a nice diesel/ EMU single carriage train for my 'complaining for a train service' sub-urban citizens ~~  :grin

 

Thanks for a Nice thread Brian! Probably going to bench-mark this thread as a temporary data-base to keep track of how many trains i have ~

 

Here's my dose of poison from 3 months of collecting starting from April 2012:

 

Tomix

1) 92279 + 92280 JR Series 800 Kyushu Shinkansen 6-car Tsubame

2) 92358 JR-321 (2nd gen) 3-car basic set

3) 90158 JR Series 500 Nozomi Shinkansen 4-car Starter set

 

Kato

4) 10-008 JR Series E4 Shinkansen MAX 4-car starter set

5) 10-912 JR-201 Shikisai Old painting 4-car set

6) 10-397 JR Series 700 Nozomi Shinkansen 8-car set

7) 10-411 Eizan Electric Railway Series 900 Kirara Maple Red 2-car set

8) 10-221 JR Series E3 Komachi Shinkansen 6-car set

9) 10-421 JR Tokai Series 313 4-car set    

10)10-258 JR Series 231-500 Yamanote Line Basic 5-car set

 

Ouch... Just realised i spent SO MUCH in just 3 months! Wife is NOT going to be happy....  :angry4:

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The_Ghan

Argh!

 

It is painful to list.  It makes me feel like a drug addict or gambler.  Anyone else who can't stop?

 

In summary:

 

67 consists (69 if you want to count the two 3-cars sets in each Fujisan Limited Express)

18 of these are shinkansen

13 (15) consists did or do run through Kofu, Yamanashi

6 operate or operated as Azusa services through Kofu

9 are subway trains

7 are Odakyu Romance Trains

 

5 locos, all Tomix

 

2 track cleaning cars.

 

Details below:

 

The wishlist is what I'm planning to buy when I go to Japan later this year.  If I own or want more than one of anything it is shown on the right.  The rest is self-explanitary.

 

Wish List

Microace A4520 115-0 yokosuka colour

 

Greenmax 4128 Tokyo Metro Series 10000 4-Car Set

Greenmax 4129 Tokyo Metro Series 10000 6-Car Add-On Set

 

Tomix 92830 115-1000 New Nagano  sky blue with white and aqua stripes 6-car

or 92709 as above

 

Microace A0569 183-0/1500 Azusa New colour 9-Car

 

Kato 10-801/2/3 E233 Chuo Line 10-car

 

Tomix 92326 583 Series 5-Car Set (1, 2, 3, 6, 13)

Tomix 92327 583 Series 2-Car Add-On Set (10, 11) (Motorised)

Tomix 92328 583 Series 2-Car Add-On Set (4, 5) (8,9) (Trailer) 2 x

Tomix 8915 583 Series Sahane 581 Add-On Car (12)

Tomix 8916 583 Series SaShi 581 Add-On Car (7)

 

Tomix 92385 165 Series Shonan Colour Basic Set B 3-Car Set 2 x

92387 165 Series Shonan Colour Set B 2-Car Add-on Set

92388 165 Series Shonan Colour Set C- 3-Car Add-on Set

8936 165 Series Shonan Colour KuHa-165 Car

8939 165 Series Shonan Colour SaHaShi-165 Car

 

Tomix 92985 373 Series 6-Car set

 

Pre-Order

Modemo NP501 Series 20000 Odyaku good-bye 7 car set  

 

Own

 

GreenMax

GreenMax 4210 Tokyu 6000 Series Subway 6-Car Set (RRP $275)

 

 

Micro Ace

Micro Ace A0021 JR Series 215 V2 Holiday View Yamanashi 10-Car Set

 

Micro Ace A0314 Doraemon Train 6-Car Set

 

Micro Ace A0584 Series 183 Azusa 9-Car Set Original Colour

 

Micro Ace A0750 Nankai Electric Railway Series 50000 6-Car Set

 

Micro Ace A1596 JR Series 200-1500 Shinkansen Renewal 25th 6-Car Set

Micro Ace A1597 JR Series 200-1500 Shinkansen Renewal 25th 4-Car Add-on Set

 

Micro Ace A2151 Odakyu 3000 Romance Car First Version 8-Car Set

 

Micro Ace A2152 Odakyu 3000 Romance Car Revised 5-Car Set

Micro Ace A2155 Odakyu 3000 Romance Car Revised 5-Car Add-On Set

 

Micro Ace A2272 Seseragi 485 Series Joyful Train  4-Car Set

 

Micro Ace A2975 Eidan Series 5000 Tozai Line  7-Car Set

 

Micro Ace A4141 Series 185-200 "Spur" Furu-furu 7-Car Set

 

Micro Ace A5012 Tokyo Metro 05 Series 6-Car Set 2 x

Micro Ace A5022 Tokyo Metro 05 Series Add-On 4 Car Set 2 x

 

Micro Ace A8157 Odakyu 3100 Romance Car - Last Run

 

 

Kato

Kato 10-050 Hankyu Series 6300 4-Car Set

Kato 10-051 Hankyu Series 6300 4-Car Add-On Set

 

Kato 10-237 Relay Tsubame 7-Car Set

 

Kato 10-238 Fujisan Limited Express 6-Car Set 2 x

 

Kato 10-260 EF58 40th Anniv Special Ed 4 Loco Set

 

Kato 10-276 Shinkansen 700 4-Car Set 2 x

Kato 10-277 Shinkansen 700 Add-On 4-Car Set 2 x

Kato 10-398 Shinkansen 700 Add-On 8-Car Set

 

Kato 10-284 Series 205 Keiyo Line Colour 6-Car Set

Kato 10-285 Series 205 Keiyo Line Colour 4-Car Add-On Set

 

Kato 10-292 Shinkansen E4-Max 4-Car Set

Kato 10-293 Shinkansen E4-Max Add-On 4-Car Set

 

Kato 10-332 Series 165 Low Roof 3-Car Set

Kato 10-333 Series 165 Low Roof 3-Car Add-On Set 2 x

Kato 4057 Series 165 Low Roof Sahashi Car

Kato 4059 Series 165 Low Roof Green Car 2 x

 

Kato 10-354 Shinkansen 100 Series Grand Hikari 6-Car Set

Kato 10-355 Shinkansen 100 Series Grand Hikari Add-On 6-Car Set

Kato 10-356 Shinkansen 100 Series Grand Hikari Add-On 2-Car Set 2 x

 

Kato 10-358 E351 Super Azusa 8-Car Set

Kato 10-359 E351 Super Azusa 4-Car Add-On set

 

Kato 10-395 Series 583 - 7-Car Set

Kato 10-396 Series 583 - 2-Car Add-On Set 2 x

Kato 4084-1 Series 583 - Dining Car

Kato 4086-1 Series 583 - Sleeping Car - Trailer

 

Kato 10-424 JR Series 211-3000 5-Car Set

Kato 10-425 JR Series 211-3000 Add-On 5-Car Set

 

Kato 10-426 JR Series 189 Azusa New Colour 7-Car Set

Kato 10-427 JR Series 189 Azusa New Colour Add-On 4-Car Set

 

Kato 10-433 E257 Azusa 7-Car Set

Kato 10-434 E257 Azusa 4-Car Add-On Set

 

Kato 10-440 JR Series 183 Grade Up Azusa 9-Car Set

 

Kato 10-453 Shinkansen 0-2000 Series  Tokaido/Sanyo 8-Car Set

Kato 10-454 Shinkansen 0-2000 Series Tokaido/Sanyo Add-On 8 Car Set

 

Kato 10-463 Series 115 Minobu Line 4-Car Set

 

Kato 10-481 JR Series 205 Saikyo Line 10-Car Set

 

Kato 10-482 Series 683 Thunderbird 6-Car Set

Kato 10-483 Series 683 Thunderbird Add-On 3-Car Set

 

Kato 10-488 Series 183 Chuo Liner 9-Car Set

 

Kato 10-490 Nambu Line 6-Car Set 2 x

 

Kato 10-511 Shinkansen 500 Nozomi 4-Car Set

Kato 10-512 Shinkansen 500 Nozomi Add-On 4-Car Set

Kato 10-513 Shinkansen 500 Nozomi Add-On 8-Car Set

 

Kato 10-547 Shinkansen N700 4-Car Set

Kato 10-548 Shinkansen N700 Add-On 4-Car Set

Kato 10-549 Shinkansen N700 Add-On 8-Car Set

 

Kato 10-555 Series 683 Thunderbird 6-Car Set

Kato 10-556 Series 683 Thunderbird Add-On 3-Car Set

 

Kato 10-570 JR Series E531 Joban Line 4-Car Set

Kato 10-571 JR Series E531 Joban Line Add-On 4-Car Set

Kato 10-572 JR Series E531 Joban Line Add-On 2-Car Set

 

Kato 10-578 E231-500 Yamanote Line 4-Car Set

Kato 10-579 E231-500 Yamanote Line Add-On  4-Car Set

Kato 10-580 E231-500 Yamanote Line Add-On 3-Car Set

 

Kato 10-586 313-5000 6-Car Set

 

Kato 10-857 Shinkansen E5 Hayabusa 3-Car Set

Kato 10-858 Shinkansen E5 Hayabusa  Add-On 3-Car Set

Kato 10-859 Shinkansen E5 Hayabusa  Add-On 4-Car Set

 

Kato 10-864 Tokyo Metro Series 01 Ginza Line 6-Car Set 2 x

 

Kato 10-866 Tokyo Metro 10000 Series 6-Car Set

Kato 10-867 Tokyo Metro 10000 Series 4-Car Add-On Set

 

Kato 10-877 16000 Series Subway 6-Car Set 2 x

Kato 10-878 16000 Series Subway 4-Car Add-On Set 2 x

 

 

Tomix

Tomix 2108 JR Electric Locomotive EF64

 

Tomix 2109 JR Electric Locomotive EF66

 

Tomix 2134 JR Electric Locomotive EF81

 

Tomix 2619 Hakone Tozan Railway Series 1000 "Bermina" New Colour

 

Tomix 2620 Hakone Tozan Railway Series 1000 "Bermina" Old Colour

 

Tomix 92009 Odakyu Romance Car 7000 Series LSE Old Colour 2 x

 

Tomix 92059 Shinkansen E1 Original Colour 4-Car Set 2 x

Tomix 92060 Shinkansen E1 Original Colour Add-On 4-Car Set

Tomix 92213 Shinkansen E1 Original Colour Add-On 3-Car Set

Tomix 2840 E1 Series 156 add-on motor car 2 x

Tomix 2843 E1 Series E156-100 Add-On car 2 x

Tomix 2844 E1 Series E158-100 Add-On car 2 x

Tomix 2845 E1 Series E159 Add-On 2 x

Tomix 2851 E1 Series E146 Add-On car (1 x not required) 2 x

 

Tomix 92291 Nagoya Railways 8800 Series 3-Car Set

 

Tomix 92625 Shinkansen 200-2000 Series Fresh Green  6-Car Set

2824 Shinkansen 200-2000 Series 226-2000 Add-On Motor

2825 Shinkansen 200-2000 Series 226-2000 Add-On Car 3 x

2826 Shinkansen 200-2000 Series 225-2000 Add-On Car 4 x

2830 Shinkansen 200-2000 Series 249-2000 Add-On Double Decker 2 x

 

Tomix 6432 Track cleaning car and ED61 Brown

 

Tomix 6497 Limited Edition 35th Anniversary Track cleaning car

 

Tomix 9118 EF64-0-37 Brown

 

Tomix 92424 JR Limited Express Series 373 3-Car Set

 

Tomix 92429 Dr Yellow JR-923 Shinkansen 3-Car Set

Tomix 92430 Dr Yellow JR-923 Shinkansen 4-Car Add-on Set

 

Tomix 92726 E3-1000 Tsubasa Yamagata Shinkansen 7-Car Set

 

Tomix 92733 Series 400 Tsubasa Yamagata Shinkansen 7-Car Set

 

Tomix 92752 Shinkansen 0-7000 Series Sanyo Fresh Green 6-Car Set

 

Tomix 92755 Shinkansen 100 Series Sanyou Built Fresh Green

 

Tomix 92845 Odakyu 10000 HiSE 11-Car Set

 

Tomix 92986 Limited Edition N700-8000 8-Car Set

 

Tomix 92988 JR Kiha 183 Asahiyama Zoo Train 5-Car Set

 

Tomix 92991 JR Series 300-3000 Shinkansen 16-Car Set

 

 

 

Approximately 35% of my roster is second-hand from Ebay, Yahoo, or other members on JNS.

 

 

Cheers

 

The_Ghan

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JR 500系

Now that is a huge massive list, The_Ghan!  :color:

 

Envy for me is an understatement.... I have to limit myself on NOT expanding more than 8-cars per set, and also NOT touching steam engines & freight lines... More cars = longer platforms and tracks = slimer wallet = increasing wife's anger gauge...

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The_Ghan

I hear you JR,

 

I've attended several lectures over the last 12 months on "Home Economics and Family Budgets".  Most seem to commence at around 10:00pm, and run until well after midnight.  The lecturer is, of course, Mrs_Ghan.  :grin

 

Like you, I've excluded steam and freight.  I'm just not going to buy into that market for several reasons:

 

1. Japan has a unique proportion of passenger / freight rail.  If you do a pax / tonne comparison Japan is at the top of the list.  If you do a pax / car ownership comparison Japan also leads the way.  The pax / car milage figure is also unique.  These comparisons demonstrate that the people of Japan have a unique reliance on rail.  I think Hong Kong, Singapore and Britian also have a high dependence on passenger rail, but not to the degree of the Japanese which I think would be reasonably classified as a "critical dependence".

 

2. There is just such a variety of passenger trains in Japan.  This is also unique in the world.

 

3. From my experience decades ago with Hornby steam, the locos need to be treated carefully and are easily damaged.  I often read of people having running problems with steam here on JNS.  keitaro has returned several models to retailers that I know of.

 

In order to curb my spending I've had to limit myself to several themes:

 

1. I've ridden on it;

 

2. Trains on regular service through Kofu, Yamanashi, since 1980.  This includes seasonal services like the Holiday View Yamanashi, but would exclude the Imperial train, for example;

 

3. Tokyo subway.

 

Some of the consists I own were early, careless purchases, such as the Nankai 50000, the Nagoya 8800, Relay Tsubame and the Hankyu 6300.  Some like the Relay, Thunderbird and Fujisans came from an Ebay vendor in the US and I got them dirt cheap on Ebay while the AUD$ was high.  These were each around US$125 - new.  I bought 2 x Fujisans because I knew that there were only two consists.  What I didn't realise was that each set contained BOTH consists with two motor cars.  But hey, we all make mistakes.

 

Both of my Kato 700 Series are second-hand from Ebay.  One cost me $200 for 16-cars including freight and the other was $80 ... yes, $80 for an 8-car consist ... and it was only advertised as a 10-276.  I got a 10-276 and 10-277 for $80 including freight and exchange rate.  That was 2 years ago.  At that time, I could get EMS equivalent freight for $25 for 1 train case, $39 for 2 train case and $50 for 3 train case from the USA.  Not anymore.  I was just looking at a 2-car Tomix 92290 100 series shinkansen add-on and freight alone for that is nearly $40.

 

When I look at all aspects of the hobby: trains, track, furniture, tools, bases, electrics, DCC, etc., I've now spent just over $25k on the hobby.  This half-year I've spent less than half my usual 6-month spend.  I've spent less than $300 in the April-June quarter and nothing since.  I'm planning to pick up everything on my wish list when I'm in Japan, which will save me around $350 in freight because I couldn't have done it in less than 4-5 orders.

 

Cheers

 

The_Ghan

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Kabutoni

It also gave me the idea to sell off a part of my collection (for very fair prices), since I plan to move to Japan in December and I need as little as possible personal belongings. I think it'll be up for sale on the forums in a few weeks.

Oh that's something to look forward to! Anything with a single carriage train by any chance? Looking for a nice diesel/ EMU single carriage train for my 'complaining for a train service' sub-urban citizens ~~  :grin

 

Yeah, I think I have a few nice options for you laying around. Most probably motorised Tomytec DMU if you like. The single-car EMU are staying with me :P

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jappomania

too much...

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Densha

too much...

I have too few...

 

Taking a pic is the easiest and fastest solution. :grin

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jappomania

too much...

I have too few...

 

Taking a pic is the easiest and fastest solution. :grin

 

mmmh I don't think, also to take, open, photograph each box need too much time, it's much simple to sign on every catalog which page I've not (but require that you have catalogs..) and some models are special release never catalogued  :sad:

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Densha

Just opening the cardboard box (if you store them in a box) and making a photo of the box(es) makes about clear how much you've got I think.

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The_Ghan

Massimo,

 

You must surely have a roster and photos for insurance purposes, no?

 

Cheers

 

The_Ghan

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jappomania

Just opening the cardboard box (if you store them in a box) and making a photo of the box(es) makes about clear how much you've got I think.

 

hundreds of times... it's a hard work...

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JR 500系

[/quote Yeah, I think I have a few nice options for you laying around. Most probably motorised Tomytec DMU if you like. The single-car EMU are staying with me :P

 

Why thank you very much kind sir! I wont mind some motorised single carriage Tomytec DMU so long they are working fine and the price is right since i dont even have one at the moment~

 

Yes Sir The_Ghan. I hear you too... And i thought quitting Lego means more cash in the pocket.. Haha... Luckily for me Lego has more 're-sale' value so loses are minimised.. No Sir, the trains in Sillypore SUPER SUCKS. In the recent years, the garment (<-our slang for our government as we are very pissed off with them) has totally FOCUSED on profits by PUSHING the so called 'PUBLIC transport' to a 'private company' to run and operate, but we all know who's the gang leader behind the whole plot. Thing is, trains start breaking down so often it affected so much people going to work everyday. So much so they now have to erect nettings, and you imagine, NETTINGS, all over the overhead tracks as they FEAR the SCREWS holding the rails can DROP off... WOW.. They havent been using the money from the public to maintain the trains and tracks, so the maintanence train was parked in the garage from god knows when.. And they dare call themselves 'world class'.

 

They reported a  profit of 1.7 billion SG dollars for public transport alone last year. Thought public transport is susposed to be run by the goevernment to service the public and not fleece them??

 

Apologises for flooding my anger on the government here, but i just couldnt stand the way trains are breaking-down so often and profits are still so high...  

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Densha

@jappomania

Maybe it's my ignorance in English, but what I meant is not opening every box of every single loco or train. I meant to say to take a picture of the whole collection at once without opening the boxes. It depends on how you store them if it's possible or not of course, but if you store them in a (large) box or shelf or something you could take just a pic of that.

 

@JR500

Sounds like what is going on at many places in the world, especially Europe. Though it does sound worse where you live.

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@jappomania

Maybe it's my ignorance in English, but what I meant is not opening every box of every single loco or train. I meant to say to take a picture of the whole collection at once without opening the boxes. It depends on how you store them if it's possible or not of course, but if you store them in a (large) box or shelf or something you could take just a pic of that.

..

 

ops... sorry Densha, you english is better than mine, I'm sure.

this is an old photo published for another thread about "how do you store your roster" (or similar, I don't remember)

https://picasaweb.google.com/107727436777465107689/Collection

it's only the first line (the second is behind but it's to much work to remove all to see the rest)

Obviously in the meantime I've added more.. and some sets has been sold (junk sets for kitbashing aren't included)

 

ciao

Massimo

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