The Miami Valley Garden Railway Society

Dayton, Ohio

Trains For Sale

MVGRS Members do you have a train car or engine or other garden railroad related items that has been doing nothing but sitting on a shelf gathering dust?
If your not a EBay seller or just don't want to hassel with listing it in the paper - list them here and maybe someone will give it a good home and let it ride the open rails of their garden railroad empire.

If you would like to list an item on this page you must be a current MVGRS Member.
Just send an E-Mail to The Webmaster with a photo, a description, price, condition of the item that you would like to have listed and a E-Mail address that you can be contacted at.

Once listed it is the responsibility of the seller to make arrangements and transfer of payment and the delivery of the item.

The Miami Valley Garden Railway Society is not responsible for anything other than the listing of the items to be sold.


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Name: You
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Price: $00.00 Plus shipping and Handling

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Your Add Here

Name: You
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Price: $00.00 Plus shipping and Handling

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Item Listed On:

Your Add Here

Name: You
Listed is Your Item

Price: $00.00 Plus shipping and Handling

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The MVGRS Memorial
The MVGRS Memorial was designed and built from scratch by Art Gebele in 1997.
Art built the memorial to recognize members of the Miami Valley Garden Railway Society and the Greater Cincinnati Garden Railway Society who had passed away. The initials of the deceased member are added to the left side of the memorial for the Greater Cincinnati Garden Railway Society and to the right side for the Miami Valley Garden Railway Society.
In 2004, Art donated the memorial to the MVGRS. The memorial is included as part of each display the MVGRS presents.
A Photo of the Memorial is located at the bottom of each Web Page located though out the MVGRS Web Site.
Photo By: Peter Wine