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x4lilsapox4: he did 16
ToyTrains4u: Thanks. Seemed like loads but I think was just 16.
Muhammed saeed: That seemed like more than 16 coaches that Gordon was pulling dude.
Thenewtrain25: since you have 16 can i have half 8 please
Benjamin Chung: what?
ToyTrains4u: Patchwork Hiro does seem very strong. We haven't tried him with a long haul. Generally we found the C battery trains with the weight of the battery over the drive wheels and brand new tyres works the best. Patchwork Hiro fits the bill well. I think the red coaches were originally Spencers and we haven't got many of them. Good luck with your endeavour.
Justin Canaria: do you have any red ones. i have 19 green ones and 16 red ones. i plan to get3 more red ones. the strongest engine that i have so far is plarail patchwork hiro with an energizer lithium c size battery hauling 19 coaches with very kittle strains on my layout (just like ucwepn's). if it was with mr motorman he could barely haul 19 due to the faster speed. he pulled the train about 48 mpg according to the velociator.
ToyTrains4u: The one in our video is also a Tomy Gordon. Very strong. Thanks for watching
kadarrius jones: I still have my original Tomy Gordon.
ToyTrains4u: We used to buy a lot of used sets to sell as individual items. Gordons are one of the engines that break easily because of the wires going through to the tender. The coaches don't break so you get a lot of coaches that way.
ToyTrains4u: Like it. Good job it's not as cold!!
heartis TV: Lol it's like the polar express!
ToyTrains4u: Thanks for that. Personally I think the Tomy trains are stronger too.
heartis TV: That's a Tomy Gordon. Tomy trains have their chassis all red, and track
ToyTrains4u: I've sent you a message with the detail in it. Thanks
andrei gustafson: can you send me a link to the video i once did something like it i put a coupling in the front of my percy
ToyTrains4u: Great improvisation. Did you know you can get replacement couplings quite cheaply on ebay and they are easy to replace on trucks and carriages. We made a video of how to do it.
andrei gustafson: yes how did you know i dont know when it broke and i turned my gordon into the flying scptsman
juonbolotjn: Db ,
ToyTrains4u: Is it just a coupling that's broken?
andrei gustafson: i only have one express coach and it is broken
ToyTrains4u: Thanks. I'll look it up.
ZeldaTheSwordsman: Ah, well, there you go. Gordon's train is an Express, meaning very limited stops, and it calls only at big stations. And if you'll read Bowled Out, the train is 15 coaches long, so this is only a bit longer.
ToyTrains4u: It might fit there, certainly wouldn't at our local.
ZeldaTheSwordsman: Even at the really big stations like King's Cross, Barrow Central, etc?
ToyTrains4u: That's good. Probably not so here in the UK. None of the station platforms are long enough!!!
ToyTrains4u: Thank you. We thought so as well. Not sure he would have made it if he was a Fisher Price one though!
ToyTrains4u: Can do, but it wouldn't have made quite such a watchable video. Thanks for the comment.
ZeldaTheSwordsman: Ooh, always nice to see an engine getting the chance to pull a prototypically long rake of coaches.
ZeldaTheSwordsman: Not really. This is actually about the right length for how long the Express would really be.