**SCARCE 1946 LIONEL BOXED SET NO. 2111WS ALL SILVER WORK TRAIN SUPER COND**

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  • Sold Date: Dec 23,2012
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Payment | Shipping **SCARCE 1946 LIONEL BOXED SET NO. 2111WS ALL SILVER WORK TRAIN SUPER COND**
Album *** **SCARCE 1946 LIONEL BOXED SET NO. 2111WS ALL SILVER WORK TRAIN IN SUPER CONDITION** *** Sellers Note: We decided to take the fibre tape off of the box and relist(see last 5 photo's). We felt it took away from the look. So let's try this again.
What you are looking at is a Lionel Boxed Set, that I have only seen one of in over 30 years of combing the countryside. This is the 1946 Work Train Set No. 2111WS which is sometimes called the "All Silver Work Train". The items in this set are super hard to find in condition. This set is an original set(not put together by piecing) and it is just outstanding!
Let me give you a rundown on the pieces:
No. 671 6-6-6 Turbine c-7+/Original Box c-7 No. 671W LL Whistling Tender c-7+/Original Box c-7+ No. 2411 Steel Pipes Flatcar c-7+/Original Box c-7+ No. 3459 Aluminum Coal Dump Car c-7+/Original Box c-7 No. 2460 12 Work Crane Painted Glossy Gray c-7+/Original Box c-7 No. 2420 Searchlight Work Caboose c-7+/Original Box c-7

Also Included are the No. 167 Whistle Controller(c-8/c-8), No. RCS Uncoupler(c-7/c-7-), all 1946 Paperwork associated with the set, and the Plastic Smoke Pellet Holder(rare) with plunger and stack brush . The last original box is the smaller box with has the TRACK LOCKS, UNIVERSAL LOCK-ON AND TUBE OF LIONEL LUBE . YES, this is a complete package(I will include the correct amount of like new grey steel postwar track!)

This has a shipping fee of $30.00, which will include fedex home delivery ground shipping. ****PLEASE USE THE PHOTO'S FOR HELP IN THE DESCRIPTION OF THIS ITEM****
****This is being relisted as I was not happy with the photos I took****

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All of the pieces have their respective box inserts. The crane(2420 glossy) has both inserts.
Rick

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