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Well I have been very lazy of late when it comes to the good olde "What did you order or the post deliver" thread, I just haven't had the motivation to post in it of late, I will make amends of sort by making an update to what's in my roster. My JR Tokai fleet has had another two trains added with the 313-5000/5300 Series and 211-6000 Series added to the fleet, whilst my Meitetsu fleet has had a major injection with a further four trains added with the Limited Express 1800 Series and 3100 Series, 6000 Series, 6800 Series for local services joining the roster, the Keihan Otsu-sen has also had another 600 Series added to the ranks.

 

PASSENGER

 

JR CENTRAL

Electric 

Tomix 98950: 373 Series Iidasen Hikyoekigo 

Tomix 92424: 373 Series Inaji 

Tomix 98622: 313-8000 Series Central Liner

Tomix 98028: 313-2300 Series 

Tomix 98029: 313-2300 Series

Kato 10-1382: 313-0 Series

Kato 10-1287: 313-1700 Series 

Kato 10-1387: 313-3000 Series

Kato 10-1379: 313-5000 Series

Kato 10-1380: 313-5000 Series

Kato 10-1381: 313-5300 Series

MicroAce A2664: 213-5000 Series 

Greenmax 30686: 211-5000 Series LL Set

Greenmax 30687: 211-5000 Series LL Set

Greenmax 30885: 211-6000 Series GG Set

Greenmax 30886: 211-6000 Series GG Set

 

Diesel 

Kato 10-1371: KiHa 25-1000

Greenmax 30074: KiHa 75-400

 

JR WEST

Kato 10-1313: 681 Series Shirasagi

 

MEITETSU

Greenmax 30723:1800 Series

Greenmax 30724: 1800 Series

Greenmax 30103: 3100 Series

Greenmax 30105: 3700 Series

Greenmax 30503: 6800 Series

MicroAce A8358: 6000 Series

MicroAce A8357: 6000 Series

 

KEIHAN KEISHIN

MicroAce A8360: 800 Series 

MicroAce A8362: 800 Series (New Logo)

MicroAce A8363: 800 Series in New Livery

Tomytec:700 Seies in 80 Series 55th Anniversary Livery

Tomytec: 600 Series Hibikie Euphonium 

Tomytec: 600 Series 60 Series Biwako Go Early Showa Livery

Tomytec:600 Series Keihan Railway Exclusive Limited Express Livery

Tomytec: 600 Series (Tetsudo Collection #17)

Tomytec: 350 Series (Tetsudo Collection #17)

Tomytec: 80 Series with A/C Keihan Railway Exclusive

Tomytec: 80 Series with A/C

Tomytec: 80 Series

 

KUMAMOTO ELECTRIC RAILWAY

Tomytec: 01 Series Kumamon Wrapping (Ginza Line Livery)

Tomytec: 01 Series Kumamon Wrapping (Silver)

Tomytec: 6000 Series Kumamon Wrapping

Tomytec: 6000 Series 

Tomytec: Type 200 x 2 (1 set to be remodelled to original condition)

Tomytec: 500 Series x 2 (Tetsudo Collection #23) (1 set to be remodelled into 600 Series single car unit)

 

FREIGHT

 

JRF 

 

Electric Locomotives

Kato 3045-1: EH200

Tomix 9142: EF210-100

Tomix 7109:EF-210-100 (105)

Tomix 7137:EF210-100 New Livery

Tomix 7138: EF210-300

Tomix 9111: EF64-1000 

Tomix 9131: EF64-1000

Tomix 7108: EF64-1000

Tomix 9153: EF65-2000

Tomix 9184: EF65-2000

Tomix 7105: EF 65-2000

Tomix 7135: EF65-2000 (2127)

Kato 3061-4: EF65-2000

Tomix 9151: EF 66(27)

Kato 3046: EF66-100

Kato 3036-1: EF200

  

Diesel Locomotives

Tomix 2242: DF200-200

Tomix 2218: DD51-800

Tomix 98915: DD51-800 with 7 x Koki 107 Goodbye Kisei Freight Service

Tomix 2223: DE10-1000 

Tomix 2232: DE10-1000

Tomix 2239: DE10-1000

Kato 7011-3: DE10-1500 

 

 Freight Stock

Tomix: 98235 KoKi 110 (5 car) 

Kato 10-1432 KoKi 107 + Koki 106 (10 cars)

Kato 10-1433 KoKi 107 (2 car)

Tomix 8717: KoKi 107 with taillights 

Tomix 8718: KoKi 107

Tomix 2752: KoKi 107

Tomix 2753: KoKi 107

Tomix 97902: KoKi 107 (4 car) Seino Kangaroo Liner

Tomix 8731: KoKi 107 Seino Kangaroo Liner

Tomix 93131D: KoKi 107 Railway Container Transportation 50th Anniversary colour

Kato 10-1478 KoKi 106 (2 cars)

Tomix 2769: KoKi 106 x 3 (2 cars renumbered)

Tomix 2768: KoKi 106

Kato 10-245: KoKi 106 (2 car set)

Tomix 8703: KoKi 106 with Tail light (Renumbered)

Tomix 8722: KoKi 106

Tomix 8723: KoKi 106 Kuro Neko Yamato 

Tomix 8735: KoKi 106

Tomix 2778: KoKi 104 

Tomix 8729: KoKi 104

Tomix 8737: KoKi 104 Kuro Neko Yamato x 3 (2 cars to be renumbered)

Tomix 92135: KoKi 102/103 (4 car set)

Tomix 98071: KoKi 102/103 (4 car set)

Tomix: KoKi 100/101 (4 cars from set 92862)

Tomix 2759: KoKi 200

Kato 8042-2: KoKi 200

Kato 10-1382: KoKi 50000 (2 car)  x 6 (10 cars renumbered)

Tomix 2742: KoKi 50000

Tomix 8714: KoKi 50000 with taillights 

Tomix 98979: KoKi 50000 (12 car set) 

Kato 10-1515: TaKi 43000 (8 car set)

Kato 8013-7: TaKi 43000

Kato 10-1167: TaKi 1000 (8 car set)

Kato 8037-2: TaKi 1000 x 5 (4 cars renumbered)

Kato 8037-6: TaKi 1000 x 2 (1 car renumbered)

Tomix 8710: TaKi 1000 with tailights

Tomix 8711: TaKi 1000 x 4 (3 cars renumbered)

Tomix 8713: TaKi 1000 x 3 (2 cars renumbered)

Tomix 8728: TaKi 1000 with taillights

Tomix 98971: TaKi 1000 (2 car set)

Tomix 8724: TaKi 1000 x 9 (8 cars renumbered)

Tomix 8725: TaKi 1000

Tomix 2715: Wamu 380000

Tomix 2773: ShiKi 1000 (Converted to JRF ownership)

Tomix 2702: YO 8000 

 

Per Way

MicroAce A6482: KiYa 95 DR2 Dr Tokai

World Kogei: KiYa 97

World Kogei: TMC 400A 

Tsugawa Yoko: TMC 100

Tomix 2777: HoKi 800 (2 car set) x 2 (all to be modified into Meitetsu HoKi 80)

Tsugawa Yoko: Single Bolster rail carriers with jib cranes (2 car set)

Greenmax 4709: Plasser 09-16CSM Tamper

 

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The latest update since october 2020...

A few new and older models have been added. But lately I have been wondering whether I really need every model of the JR Hokkaido. The biggest problem is the non-existent model railway layout. I use only the double-track oval to move the vehicles...

 

 

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Hi Folks, 

 

I really love my JR EH-500 3rd Gen. I'll probably purchase a 2nd Gen. for making a multi-unit with my Koki 107. 

 

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The short coupler is great, as long as you curves are reasonables. 

 

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I love all those roof details, antennas, etc ... as well as the front handrails, etc ...

 

I'm using paper glue for sticking the plate number. Zooming to the max on photo #1 : I need to clean it (wich is really easy with a humid Q-tip). 

 

As the Japan Yen is not expensive in Euro, it's an affordable pleasure (esp. when delivered by RG-ROKKO).

 

 

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I must say I got some doubts ... With JRF logo or not. Eventually it was ...

 

With the JRF logo for my EF 64-1000. I love all these small details, springs of the damper system, antenna, handrails, and detailed printings such as the underlined black "windows" on the roof. Of course, the EF64 is a bit "boxy" but with this layout, it breaks the boxy look & feel. 

 

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And without the JRF logo for my DF200-200. So that, the Red Bear logo is highlighted and fits to the 'streamlined' look of this DF200-210. 

 

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Background is a (part of a) photo I shot in 2018 at Brighton Beach Avenue Station on the B/Q line to Coney Island. If you zoom in using the satellite view, you'll see exactly where I was when I shot this picture. 

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Das Steinkopf

 

A renewed listing showing additions of the stock that I have been too lazy to put in another thread over the last few months on this forum

 

PASSENGER

 

JR CENTRAL

Electric 

Tomix 98950: 373 Series Iidasen Hikyoekigo 

Tomix 92424: 373 Series Inaji 

Tomix 98622: 313-8000 Series Central Liner

Tomix 98028: 313-2300 Series 

Tomix 98029: 313-2300 Series

Kato 10-1382: 313-0 Series

Kato 10-1287: 313-1700 Series 

Kato 10-1387: 313-3000 Series

Kato 10-1379: 313-5000 Series

Kato 10-1380: 313-5000 Series

Kato 10-1381: 313-5300 Series

MicroAce A2664: 213-5000 Series 

Greenmax 30686: 211-5000 Series LL Set

Greenmax 30687: 211-5000 Series LL Set

Greenmax 30885: 211-6000 Series GG Set

Greenmax 30886: 211-6000 Series GG Set

 

Diesel 

Kato 10-1371: KiHa 25-1000

Greenmax 30074: KiHa 75-400

 

JR WEST

Kato 10-1313: 681 Series Shirasagi

 

MEITETSU

Greenmax 30723:1800 Series

Greenmax 30724: 1800 Series

Greenmax 30420 2000 Series Mu Sky 

Greenmax 30103: 3100 Series

Greenmax 30105: 3700 Series

Greenmax 30503: 6800 Series

MicroAce A8358: 6000 Series

MicroAce A8357: 6000 Series

 

KEIHAN KEISHIN

MicroAce A8360: 800 Series 

MicroAce A8362: 800 Series (New Logo)

MicroAce A8363: 800 Series in New Livery

Tomytec: 700 Series in 80 Series 55th Anniversary Livery

Tomytec: 600 Series Hibikie Euphonium 

Tomytec: 600 Series 60 Series Biwako Go Early Showa Livery

Tomytec:600 Series Keihan Railway Exclusive Limited Express Livery

Tomytec: 600 Series (Tetsudo Collection #17)

Tomytec: 350 Series (Tetsudo Collection #17)

Tomytec: 80 Series with A/C Keihan Railway Exclusive

Tomytec: 80 Series with A/C

Tomytec: 80 Series

 

KUMAMOTO ELECTRIC RAILWAY

Tomytec: 01 Series Kumamon Wrapping (Ginza Line Livery)

Tomytec: 01 Series Kumamon Wrapping (Silver)

Tomytec: 6000 Series Kumamon Wrapping

Tomytec: 6000 Series 

Tomytec: Type 200 x 2 (1 set to be remodelled to original condition)

Tomytec: 500 Series x 2 (Tetsudo Collection #23) (1 set to be remodelled into 600 Series single car unit)

 

FREIGHT

 

JRF 

 

Electric Locomotives

Kato 3045-1: EH200

Tomix 9142: EF210-100

Tomix 7109:EF-210-100 (105)

Tomix 7137:EF210-100 New Livery

Tomix 7138: EF210-300

Tomix 9111: EF64-1000 

Tomix 9131: EF64-1000

Tomix 7108: EF64-1000

Tomix 9153: EF65-2000

Tomix 9184: EF65-2000

Tomix 7105: EF 65-2000

Tomix 7135: EF65-2000 (2127)

Kato 3061-4: EF65-2000

Tomix 9151: EF 66(27)

Kato 3046: EF66-100

Kato 3036-1: EF200

  

Diesel Locomotives

Tomix 2242: DF200-200

Kato 7007-5: DF200-200

Tomix 2218: DD51-800

Kato 7008-A: DD51-800 

Tomix 98915: DD51-800 with 7 x Koki 107 Goodbye Kisei Freight Service

Tomix 2223: DE10-1000 

Tomix 2232: DE10-1000

Tomix 2239: DE10-1000

Kato 7011-3: DE10-1500 

 

 Freight Stock

Tomix: 98235 KoKi 110 (5 car) 

Kato 10-1432 KoKi 107 + Koki 106 (10 cars)

Kato 10-1433 KoKi 107 (2 car)

Tomix 8717: KoKi 107 with taillights 

Tomix 8718: KoKi 107

Tomix 2752: KoKi 107

Tomix 2753: KoKi 107

Tomix 97902: KoKi 107 (4 car) Seino Kangaroo Liner

Tomix 8731: KoKi 107 Seino Kangaroo Liner

Tomix 93131D: KoKi 107 Railway Container Transportation 50th Anniversary colour

Kato 10-1478 KoKi 106 (2 cars)

Tomix 2769: KoKi 106 x 3 (2 cars renumbered)

Tomix 2768: KoKi 106

Kato 10-245: KoKi 106 (2 car set)

Tomix 8703: KoKi 106 with Tail light (Renumbered)

Tomix 8722: KoKi 106

Tomix 8723: KoKi 106 Kuro Neko Yamato 

Tomix 8735: KoKi 106

Tomix 2749 KoKi 105 (2 car set) x 2 (1 pair to be renumbered)

Tomix 2778: KoKi 104 

Tomix 8729: KoKi 104

Tomix 8737: KoKi 104 Kuro Neko Yamato x 3 (2 cars to be renumbered)

Tomix 92135: KoKi 102/103 (4 car set)

Tomix 98071: KoKi 102/103 (4 car set)

Tomix: KoKi 100/101 (4 cars from set 92862)

Tomix 2759: KoKi 200

Kato 8042-2: KoKi 200

Kato 10-1382: KoKi 50000 (2 car)  x 6 (10 cars renumbered)

Tomix 2742: KoKi 50000

Tomix 8714: KoKi 50000 with taillights 

Tomix 98979: KoKi 50000 (12 car set) 

Kato 10-1515: TaKi 43000 (8 car set)

Kato 8013-7: TaKi 43000

Kato 10-1167: TaKi 1000 (8 car set)

Kato 8037-2: TaKi 1000 x 5 (4 cars renumbered)

Kato 8037-6: TaKi 1000 x 2 (1 car renumbered)

Kato 8081: TaKi 1000 

Kato 10-1669: TaKi 1000 (8 car set)

Tomix 8710: TaKi 1000 with tailights

Tomix 8711: TaKi 1000 x 4 (3 cars renumbered)

Tomix 8713: TaKi 1000 x 3 (2 cars renumbered)

Tomix 8728: TaKi 1000 with taillights

Tomix 98971: TaKi 1000 (2 car set)

Tomix 8724: TaKi 1000 x 9 (8 cars renumbered)

Tomix 8725: TaKi 1000

Kato 10-1277: HoKi 9500 Yabashi Industries (8 car set)to be detailed to look like wagons still in use, such as light grey bogies and some renumbering.

Tomix 2773: ShiKi 1000 (Converted to JRF ownership)

Tomix 2702: YO 8000 

Tomix 2715: Wamu 380000 (Condemned Vehicle)

 

Per Way

MicroAce A6482: KiYa 95 DR2 Dr Tokai

World Kogei: KiYa 97

World Kogei: TMC 400A 

Tsugawa Yoko: TMC 100

Tomix 2777: HoKi 800 (2 car set) x 2 (all to be modified into Meitetsu HoKi 80)

Tsugawa Yoko: Single Bolster rail carriers with jib cranes (2 car set)

Greenmax 4709: Plasser 09-16CSM Tamper

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Hey Guys 😄

 

My list is as of April (since then many deliveries have come in again). I'm slowly running out of space (and according to the list there are now over 4 Million Yen .....). I Think i Made Tomorrow a New Picture 🤪 But there are no single wagons here! I finally have to list them.

 

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Wow. That’s quite a collection. 

 

Thanks for the ammo. If the wife complains, I can show her this picture and remind her i don’t have a problem. 

 

At least new n scale acquisitions are easier to hide than HO ones. 

 

“No dear, i’ve had those 12 large coach boxes in that new storage container for ages!”

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Yes even with n scale it’s best to spread things out and not have bookshelves full in one swing of the eye!

 

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ha, there is something great, its a key! 😛 for the steel cabinet.

 

By the way, here is the current listing WITHOUT the delivery yesterday, The Container and a few Locos. really now, I urgently need more space or I am not allowed to shop so much anymore

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On 8/7/2021 at 11:19 AM, Kamome said:

At least new n scale acquisitions are easier to hide than HO ones. 

 

“No dear, i’ve had those 12 large coach boxes in that new storage container for ages!”


That doesn't work in my house.
 

The plus side of being married to a railway worker is that she's genuinely interested in trains.

 

The minus side is that she knows what she's looking at, what's old and what's new... 🤨

 

All the best,

 

Mark.

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16 hours ago, shiniji said:

ha, there is something great, its a key! 😛 for the steel cabinet.

 

By the way, here is the current listing WITHOUT the delivery yesterday, The Container and a few Locos. really now, I urgently need more space or I am not allowed to shop so much anymore

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Got to love those Tomix art boxes. Makes things easy to find. My stock is 99% Kato so I have to read labels to find what i’m looking for. 

 

The Kato HO is worse when you have to locate 12 green boxes of coaches in a stack of other green boxes of different coaches. 

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2 hours ago, Kamome said:

Got to love those Tomix art boxes. Makes things easy to find. My stock is 99% Kato so I have to read labels to find what i’m looking for. 

 

The Kato HO is worse when you have to locate 12 green boxes of coaches in a stack of other green boxes of different coaches. 

The small pictures that MicroAce put on the spines are also a great help, I wish KATO did that as well. 

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13 hours ago, Kamome said:

The Kato HO is worse when you have to locate 12 green boxes of coaches in a stack of other green boxes of different coaches. 


Yeah, that's why my trains either live in the display cabinet, or in labelled storage/transport boxes. I don't keep the original boxes any more, otherwise I'd have no room left for the trains! 🙄

 

All the best,

 

Mark.

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OK, it's about time I updated this - I had just done my Marklin collection so since the N scale stuff is a different page on the same spreadsheet, I thought I'd go update that too. Anything in italics is either A.) a pre-order or B.) on its way to New Zealand.

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I can well sympathize with @Kamome and @marknewton about how difficult it can be to store H0-scale stock, especially when all the boxes look the same. Luckily for me, Marklin usually puts an image of the locomotive/carriage/wagon in question on one end of the box so that kinda helps since I also keep all of my H0 stock in its original boxes. Though that doesn't stop me running out of space - I have (at present and including stuff I've ordered) 40 locomotives, 73 coaches, and 135 goods wagons. Phew! Small railway company territory!

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My issue is usually which needle am i looking for in the pile of needles. 

 

I have 26 of the 24 series blue train coaches. 12 as part of a Nihonkai/Tsurugi formation, 14 as a Fuji/Hayabusa. 

4 are in a set so easy to find, but the rest are all in green boxes with the relevant model name. Just not easy at a quick glance. What I probably need is a head mark icon on each box and the coach number. Fuji, coach 5 or Tsurugi coach 8.

 

I also have 19 of the JNR Kiha 80 coaches in various guises. Again 4 are part of a 4 car set, 7 are part of a Kiha 81 Tsubasa consist and 12 as a Kiha 82 Matsukaze with 4 cabs, all with similar box descriptions.

 

I have made some carry cases courtesy of Shigemon and materials from the ¥100 store which I use to transport my stock to rental layout. My only issue with keeping them in these boxes is how likely the foam is to degrade over the years and leave residue on my models. The foam is cheap draught exclusion foam tape which i have seen it leaving marks on sliding doors after many years.

 

So currently, my models are transported in these cases and then put back in their relevant boxes after use.

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It's been cool looking through this thread seeing other peoples great collections (and also made me aware of many models that I want to add my wish list!).

 

Most of my collection so far has been centred around JR West operations in the Kyoto area (particularly the Kosei Line)

 

JR West (non-shinkansen trains)

Tomix 97935 JR 103 Series ('warbler' colour, mixed formation)

Greenmax 30418 JR 113 Series (Kyoto area 'matcha' colour)

Kato 10-949 JR 117 Series (Kyoto area 'matcha' colour)

Kato 10-1579 JR 221 Series

Kato 10-1677 JR 223 Series 'Shinkaisoku' 

Kato 10-345 JR 681 Series 'Thunderbird'

 

Shinkansen

Kato 10-1174 N700A Series Shinkansen 'Nozomi'

Kato 10-1262 W7 Series Shinkansen 'Hakutaka'

 

JR Hokkaido

Tomix 98077 Kiha 40-1700 (Blessings of North Hokkaido sea ice and East Hokkaido forest)

 

Freight

Kato 7007-5 JRF DF200-200

Kato 10-1669 Taki 1000 JOT (8 cars)

Kato 3092-1 EF210-300 'Momotaro'

Kato 10-1432 Koki 106+107 (10 cars)

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I've decided to make a bit of room for my trains ... One layer, the whole collection :

 

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Here is my humble stock so far. The two white Tomix cases are the "Pokemon with you" KiHa from my Profile Picture, wich I got defective and preowned and lack the proper case.

 

About half of stuff is beeing DCC converted so far, wich is currently my mainb"pasttime".

 

Only thing missing is an Kato EF510 wich should arrive next week

 

 

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I highly suggest starting a spreadsheet now while it's still manageable.  Nice collection.

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4 hours ago, serotta1972 said:

I highly suggest starting a spreadsheet now while it's still manageable.  Nice collection.

I actually have one for DCC decoder type and adress so I spare myself at some point to have them read-out all the time, might as well branch from there then 🙂

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4 hours ago, serotta1972 said:

I highly suggest starting a spreadsheet now while it's still manageable.  Nice collection.

True dat! I’m terrified to do it now…

 

jeff

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11 minutes ago, cteno4 said:

True dat! I’m terrified to do it now…

 

jeff

 

I'm terrified to see the total cost if it.. That's why my online database project isn't on top of my priority list 😄

 

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