Continuing to expand my collection of HO9 model railway locomotives and rolling stock

Continuing to expand my collection of HO9 model railway locomotives and rolling stock

Since my last foray into the world of model railways, I’ve bought some more inexpensive HO9 locomotives (one of which is a non-runner) and rolling stock as it has come up for sale on eBay.

Continuing to expand my collection of HO9 model railway locomotives and rolling stock

One of my Liliput 0-6-2 locomotives. I bought in many years ago as a non-runner for use in wargames. It can be seen ‚in action‘ in the following rather poor-quality photographs that were taken some years ago during the Battle of Arora Junction.

My collection now includes:

  • 3 x Liliput 0-6-2 tank locomotives (including one non-runner)
  • 3 x Egger-Bahn 0-4-0 tank locomotives (including one non-runner)
  • 2 x ROCO 0-6-0 tank locomotives
  • 3 x Liliput 8-wheeled, twin-bogie passenger coaches (1 in green livery, 1 in red and cream livery, and i in blue and cream livery)
  • 5 x Liliput 4-wheeled passenger coaches (3 in brown livery and 2 in yellow livery)
  • 6 x Egger-Bahn 4-wheeled passenger coaches in green livery (4 standard coaches and 2 with guard compartments)
  • 1 x Liliput 4 wheeled-goods van in grey livery
  • 4 x ROCO 4-wheeled mineral wagons
  • 1 x ROCO(?) 8-wheeled, twin-bogie hopper wagon
  • 2 x Egger-Bahn 4-wheeled flat wagons

Photographs of my collection as its was before my recent buying ’splurge‘ can be seen here.

I am hoping that with a bit of luck I will be able to get the non-runners to work at some point, otherwise they will end up as static models.

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