Hallmark 2010 Lionel Union Pacific Set of 3.. 2+SAVE $$

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  • Item Category: Entertainment
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Nov 05,2010
  • Channel: Online Auction

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2010 HALLMARK KEEPSAKE ORNAMENT

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You are viewing and bidding on a Brand New Set of Hallmarks 2010 LIONEL "Pacific Union" Trains

Each are never opened, boxes are in mint condition

Price Tags are still intake and attached to box

3 Ornament Set Includes:

LIONEL Union Pacific Streamliner "Locomotive"

Description:

Introduced in the early 1930's, streamlined trains revolutionized American railroading and captured imaginations with their unprecedented speed and sleek appearance. This Set's Locomotive, No. 752W, included innovations like Lionel's railroad whistle and powerful "Distant Control" motor. Just like its real life counterpart, which could top 100 mph, this little engine rode low to the track and was capable of curve-hugging speed.

LIONEL Union Pacific Streamliner "Long Coach"

Description:

The second car, No. 753, was a long passenger coach with room for sixty. It appeared to emerge seamlessly from the locomotive, thanks to the articulated coupling and the continuation of Union Pacific's distinctive yellow and brown paint scheme. The coach boasted 32 windows, 2 doors and elegant exterior lines that hinted at the plush comfort cross-county passengers would have enjoyed inside.

LIONEL Union Pacific Streamliner "Buffet Coach"

Description:

The third car, No. 754, served as a buffet car and passenger coach. It flowed smoothly behind the first two, tapering slightly at its end, where it featured tiny colored warning lights. The car completed a set that was every inch the exciting "Train of Tomorrow," renewing passion for model trains, even as its big brothers revitalized real-life rail travel.

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