iTrainCollect.com: An Online Community and Blog About Collecting Toy Trains

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iTrainCollect.com has transformed into an online community and added new blog posts about topics like the different scales of model trains, Bachmann model trains, and G scale model trains.

iTrainCollect.com, an online community and blog about collecting toy and model trains, has been updated with new blog posts entitled “The Different Scales of Model Trains,” “Bachmann Model Trains,” and “G Scale Model Trains.”

The post “The Different Scales of Model Trains” from iTrainCollect.com discusses how model train sizes determine which area of the home they are best suited. For instance, the post states that G scale trains are very large and therefore delegated to backyards. On the other hand, HO scale model trains are the typical model train sizes found in most homes. A four-by-eight foot space is ample room for setting up an HO scale model train, the page claims.

Bachmann Model Trains” provides information on this venerable manufacturer of model trains. iTrainCollect.com notes that Bachmann’s E-Z Track system makes setting up their model trains fairly simple. Additional accessories, such as passenger cars, power supplies, and transformers, are also made by Bachmann and available for purchase. The blog post mentions that Hobbylinc.com is a good place to purchase these trains.

“The G model is also well known as “Garden railway” and considered part of the large scale model trains,” asserts the page “G Scale Model Trains” from iTrainCollect.com. The post continues explaining the size of G scale model trains by detailing the size range of these models, which range from 1/22.5 to 1/25 the size of an actual train. Many G scale models also are designed with working parts, according to the post.

About iTrainCollect.com:

iTrainCollect.com was launched in July of 2010 with articles about model train keepers. WebsiteBusiness is responsible for designing and maintaining the site structure of iTrainCollect.com.

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