Russian model trains

Can anybody point me in the right direction for these tran sets.
I have searched quite a few sites but without success.
All help appreciated.
.................................Leslie
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The only ones I've seen are/were made in East Germany, they were also TT scale they were quite nice and went well but a peculiar coupling let them down. Beowulf
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Beowulf
There's a Russian who advertises catalogues and supply in "Continental Modeller" magazine each month (in the small text ads) and there's a web site somewhere in Britain of a modeller who reviews all the possibilities.
Ahhh, found it :
Regards, Greg.P. NZ.
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Gregory Procter
Spent some timeup that way when I was at sea, they had (have?) some very distinctive rolling stock, notably the six wheel LPG tanks
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When I was in Estonia in the early 90´s they were still using US RS2/3 lookalikes, the rolling stock looked very US too :) Beowulf
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Beowulf
There are some second-hand US locos in Estonia today:
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The livery might look familiar to Britons (and people from Wisconsin)...
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Arthur Figgis
Thank you all for your help.
The prices requested for the models is well over the top
So will not go down that track
..............................Leslie
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Therefore
Last year I came across someone at a model railway show importing Czech cottage-industry made resin kits for HO scale CKD locos, as see on railways throught the former communist world and beyond. Stupidly I didn't buy the ~GBP16 T669 I fancied, and I haven't seen them since.
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