Mongolia - Monggolin Tömör Dzam

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Marquette
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Mongolia - Monggolin Tömör Dzam

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Mongolia - Monggolin Tömör Dzam
RTR & Kit availability (as of 20/1/2020)
Era V
Passenger cars
Dining car (in Heris 20066 5-set)
Sleeping car (in Heris 20066 5-set)
Kitbash & repaint options
Diesel locomotives
M62 (Roco or Tillig M62/V200/120)
2M62 (Roco or Tillig M62/V200/120 - kitbashed)
M1201-M1260 (maybe more) (dk-model.cz 770/T669)

Passenger & freight cars
Probably any of Peresvet or TT-Modell's Russian-prototype equipment can be used.

Some pictures:

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M-1260

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2M62 036

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2M62MM 015

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Typical Russian cars!
Looks like you are in Russia... :)

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Yeah, it does! For my part, I really like the atmosphere it all seems to have (and I muchly like Russian equipment). The 2M62 in white I think looks extra nice...
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Marquette wrote:The 2M62 in white I think looks extra nice...
I second that. It really stands out doesn't it?
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Updated - there are now Mongolian cars RTR!
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