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Lionel Engine Pictures


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Old 11-09-2017, 08:17:00 AM
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Lionel standard gauge
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Default Re: Lionel Engine Pictures

looks like a #8 or #10 engine and 500 series coaches. Long time member of the T.C.A.
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Default Re: Lionel Engine Pictures

It is a standard gauge Lionel "new York central" model 33 with the original Pullman and observation cars
The engine is original except for the light bulbs and the wheel set.. they were just too broken up to save ...
This particular engine received a new lease on life by a renowned Lionel expert "Denton (don't call me Duncan) Hines"... Who convinced me to leave all the original wiring and light sockets alone and just clean all the contacts...
It runs perfectly forward and reverse. With working head and car lights...
It sure is dirty... it had been on display for a few years uncovered, but now has its own glass case... And will now be treated as it should.

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