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I started 0N30 with Bachman Steam Locomotives and their rolling stock.  It became apparent to me that it just wasn’t enough.  After much, and I mean a lot of searching on the Internet for something else I discovered that there was more to the 0n30 model railroad  than what was in the local hobby store.

I found web sites which showed all these wonderful 0n30 engines and rolling stock. Where did they get them.  After more searching I found Mountain Model Imports, a division of Precision Scale Co sold through this company Southwest Narrow Gauge.(The owner of this  business it not friendly and charges up to 50% and more than market value.)  I had already a H0N3 brass engine by Precision Scale from 40 years ago.   Ok, I found the engines and what about the rolling stock?  San Juan Car Co. jumped out at me. I bought their kits and some RTR items and  have put almost all the Bachmann stuff back it the boxes.

I discovered some time ago DCC and Sound for the Railroad.  All my engines have Soundtraxx  TSU 22000 sound DCC controllers in them.  Also, I have installed 0N3 couplers on all my rolling stock from the San Juan Car co.

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Years ago I always wanted to have my own railroad name on my model railroad. I found a company that made decals and ordered some.  They are just the thing to have on ones layout.  All the engines and cars now have my railroad name on them.

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Diesel Yard Switcher

Yes I know this is not a steam engine. I bought this as a yard switcher, however it did not operate too well on my track. As most of it was handlaid it is not quite smooth.  I have converted this engine over to Dead Rail- Battery operated wireless. It will tow a converted coal tender and be the gopher truck around the yard with small fire fighting capabilities.

This is an American Model Supply Co. brass engine. I reworked the front grill and moved the front light onto the body.

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