Here are a few pictures (bad, I know, one of my lights is out and apparently I'm out of bulbs). I included a picture of the 4-4-0 American and the 2-6-0 Mogul just to give you an idea of the size of the locomotives. Now sizes varied a lot, there were big 4-4-0s and small 4-6-0s just depended on what a railroad needed and of course when they were built. Most of the locomotives made by Bachmann seem to be post 1900 so they aren't exactly right for my 1870 town of Calamity, but they are close enough, my players certainly aren't going to care.
|4-6-0 with the gang|
|4-4-0 with the gang|
|2-6-0 looks like this one needs another photo session so you can see the whole thing|
|Combine or Combination Car - so named as one portion was for baggage and the other for passengers|
|The Observation/Passenger Car - This one will be reserved for the Brass.|