QUOTE: Originally posted by bbptrains
thank you for thr info Keith it is greatly appreciated!
If anyone has any other info would be helpful,it would be appreciated greatly! Tanks again! Happy Trains to you all.
Deshler Ohio-crossroads of the B&O Matt eats your fries.YUM! Clinton st viaduct undefeated against too tall trucks!!!(voted to be called the "Clinton St. can opener").
QUOTE: Originally posted by rykersma
We are starting a model train set for our son and so far I am looking into the HO scale trains and track. I'm wondering if this is the size and type of train that we will be able to easily find additions for. I am also curious as to how big the trains are. My son is going to be 4 Sept.2 and while I know this seems young, he is highly intelligent and is obsessed with trains. We figure if we're going to be putting money into this, it might as well be the ones he will be interested in for years to come, not just the plastic Thomas stuff. Any input and information will be extremely appreciated. Thanks, Alexis