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Created 12-08-2017 at 11:54 AM by Djv165
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Gone? Shows OOS for me.
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Item was never in stock...
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out of stock. solid post OP
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So much for my Lego train alert. But already decided to get a Bachmann N scale "real" trainset anyway. Less than half the cost...we'll see how the playability goes vs a Lego set.
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Got the deal at local store with online price matched. Too bad 10% off Thursdays don't work on legos.
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So much for my Lego train alert. But already decided to get a Bachmann N scale "real" trainset anyway. Less than half the cost...we'll see how the playability goes vs a Lego set.
I'm thinking along the same lines. Any helpful links?
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I'm thinking along the same lines. Any helpful links?
This is what I got: https://www.amazon.com/Bachmann-T...B000BFQ4Z4

I like larger HO scale trains but the advantage with N scale is I think the turn radius is similar to wooden railroads so it can work in a reasonable space without just being a boring loop.

The other thing is, versus Lego, is that I'm worried an expensive train set will just end up in pieces and then mixed with all the other junk. I know my son (almost 6) is too young for this train but I'm going to give it a shot. Especially for the price.
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Last edited by talkaboutdeals December 11, 2017 at 11:14 PM.
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