I had been wanting to get into G gauge for a long time. Today, I finally was able to take the dive

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I know it's not much to see because it is a simple low-end starter set, but what the hell I will post the video of it with my O gauge train...
I actually really wanted to get a USA Trains set with diesel, but the extra $120 to get into that was simply more than I could afford right now and would have amounted to a deviation from responsible behavior. Besides, this is still super cool considering it is new to me, and I will most definitely be able to find some affordable used locos and rolling stock later in order to get in on G gauge diesels and freight to "match" what I got going on with my O gauge and HO stuff.

But I was excited about G because of the solid brass rail. This LGB track is super high obvious quality.. and it is solid rail too. It runs really quiet.
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