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Old 03-29-2014, 11:46 AM   #1 (permalink)
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As my E name would suggest I am a BIG fan of the East Tennessee & Western North Carolina Railroad. Or the "Tweetsie" I am having trouble finding locos at a decent price Im also just wanting some help on the layout and hopefully see if there are any other Tweetsie fans out there or if Im a lone wolf in this aspect also I would like suggestions on modeling Manufacturers etc
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I just went to the Bachmann site and they have ET& WNC engines 11, 12, and 14 in On30.

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Old 06-05-2014, 01:08 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Thanks I know about the On30 locos that bachmann makes but I already have started in G gauge
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There is a ET&WNC Historical Society. They have a Yahoo Group which you can find by searching "Tweetsie" in Yahoo Groups. Also Johnsonsdepot.com has a lot of information on the railroad. Several good books have been published which you can find referenced on these 2 sites.
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Hi, you posted in the ON30 forum but say you have G-scale, so i am sorta confused. Anyway, i also am into the ET&WNC RR. I am using all Bachman Big Haulers locomotives and rolling stock marked ET&WNC / Linville. I have the #11 ET&WNC (all black), #12 ET&WNC (they also make this one as Tweetsie, like in the amusement park) and #14 ET&WNC. These are all Bachmann Annies. Here is a picture of my bobber caboose:

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You posted in the On3 site. There is no mention of "G" in the original post.

You need to be a little more specific when asking questions.

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I could sell my Bach 4-6-0 w/basic sound and (3) coaches for the ET&WNC, if interested let me know.
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