N-scale Viewliner 2 Baggage Cars

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  1. Jan 11, 2019 #1

    bcanedy

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    Yes!!!!!!!!!!! Finally!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Hopefully the ViewDiners will follow. :cool:
     
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    At the rate things are being cut, you may have a real viewliner 2 diner and baggage car for sale.
     
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    But those won't fit under my bed! :p
     
  5. Jan 12, 2019 #5

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    By next Christmas, I will have an N-scale Amtrak set to roll around the tree. 
     
  6. Jan 12, 2019 #6

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    I was really hoping that Kato would do a special edition Viewliner 2 four-pack with the 61000, 62500, 68000 and 69000 all with the pointless arrow logo.
     
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    Agreed!

    (Just so you know though, the diners and baggage cars don't have pointless arrows. :) )
     
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    Real model trains are HO! ;)  
     
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    You will pay for those words.
     
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    How much? :lol:  
     
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    $35 according to Kato‘s website.
     
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    The first car in each series does. Look up the specific numbers I posted and you’ll see.
     
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    Oh, sorry! I should have figured that from your phrasing.  :blush:

    I do wonder why they did it that way...
     
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    But the food portions will be REALLY TINY!!!       :p
     
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    And that will be before the last sleeper and bag dorms are put into service. :giggle: :unsure: :help:

    O gauge all the way.
     
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    You will also pay for those words. :giggle:
     
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    I have an N gauge Amtrak Cap Ltd layout under my bed.  Has the new baggage car and transition sleeper along with two other sleepers, 3 coaches including a bag/coach, diner and SSL.  Two P42s pulling the consist.    A nice Kato set that had to replace the 35' x 24' HO layout in my former home.. When you move to a condo, you have to make do with the space you have..  :eek: :D
     
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    OMG, this is literally EXACTLY what I have at home. My (N scale) layout slides out from underneath my bed, and run my three Phase III Kato Superliner sets, pulled by Phase V P42 #123 and Phase III Anniversary P42 #145. I guess it is closer to the length of the Starlight than the Capitol, but still pretty darn close. :)
     
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