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Auscision HO Scale Model Trains

Excellent examples of detailed toys, Auscision model trains are miniature versions of real-life locomotives, passenger cars and rolling stock used by the transport industry. The tooling department continually comes up with new designs for freight wagons and other containers. Moreover, collectors and hobbyists can choose from a wide range of inventory to include antique specimens dating to 1910 or current year models.

Auscision Locomotives

The strong horse of any train set, Auscision HO scale locomotives are ready to run straight out of the box. Scale-size components include metal knuckle couplers, detailed underframe and tiny mirrors and windshield wipers. The manufacturer goes the extra mile to create authentic-looking model trains complete with LED headlights, marker lights and ditch lights. Additionally, these attractive toy replicas contain as many as 300 separate pieces.

Other Auscision Trains

Auscision trains also include railcars, passenger cars and freight containers. Factory painted and decorated, cars include a heavy diecast chassis, tinted windows and operating diaphragms. How you design your HO scale model train set is totally up to you. You can add a grain hopper to your train set, car carrier or an inline fuel wagon. The train bodies are made from ABS plastic with metal disc wheels and other metal parts.

Parts and Accessories

When displaying your train set, you'll be able to supplement your Auscision model train collection with HO scale model train parts and accessories. Choose from miniature storage boxes, wagon loads to put on containers, and Australian trees to put around buildings on your train layout. Likewise, you'll want to add structures like light signals, sheds and grain silos to create a small town complete with a moving train. Kits are available containing everything you need to assemble a petrol station, sawmill or other buildings, such as a farmhouse or police station.

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