1952 RARE Plasticville Bachmann HO Gauge Railroad Access 4600 - 498 + 6 old cars

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  • Item Category: Toys, Dolls, Games & Puzzles
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jan 04,2012
  • Channel: Online Auction
MiniaturePLASTICVILLE , U.S.A. BY BACHMANN HO GAUGE RAILROAD ACCESSORIES 4600—498 ( please read entire description) Box states Patented June 17, 1952 Box is in good to very good condition for it’s age- has black marker at top right corner, light edge/corner wear- all corners are intact, has clear tape on 2 sides. Excellent for display purposes - awesome vintage railroad visual. This is not the complete kit – but box states 22 pieces to build 1 Union Station, 1 Switch Tower, 1 Signal Bridge, 1 Trestle Bridge, 12 Telephone Poles, and 6 trees. It appears to me that the Trestle bridge is complete, 6 trees are here, and several other parts from the other bridges. Please see pictures for details. Also included in this lot – not on box are 6 Plasticville cars & Trucks – 2 tow trucks ( one says #2 the other looks like a # 6 ), 2 other utility trucks ( # 5 white and #8 yellow), and 1 other pickup truck with no number- it’s a medium orange color, and a tie die type bus- no number – is grayish green with swirls. All very old- all very collectible 1950’s. Please email with any questions!


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