Vintage Lionel Train Set Collection With Many Pictures

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  • Item Category: Toys, Dolls, Games & Puzzles
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: May 24,2011
  • Channel: Online Auction

Welcome train enthusiasts!!! This auction is for large Vintage Lionel Train Set/collection from the Early-Mid 1950's. I will give a brief description and show over 50 very detailed pictures of this collection. This had belonged to my father when he was a kid. I do not know how to grade this collection. I know it has not been used in 40+ years and probably needs a collector/hobbyist to give a little tlc and turn this train set into something special. This collection will be sold As-Is.

Items included are as follows:

#2020 S-2 Turbo Locomotive

# 2020W Tender with Whistle

#256 Illuminated Freight Station

#3451 Automatic Lumber Car - comes with lumber

# 3469 Dump Car

#3656 Operating Cattle Car - with Cattle (#3656 Figures)

#3462 Operating Milk Car

#1122 Non-Derailing R/C ".027" Switches

#1121 One Pair Electric Remote Control

#206 1-Bag Artificial Coal

#160 Bin (2)

Miniature Railroad Accessories - Plasticville USA, Style Ra-5

#145 Automatic Gateman

80 Watt Type S Lionel Multi-Control Transformer

#309 Yard set

I have pictures of everything you will receive below...

I have been part of Ebay for over 9 years with 100% positive feedback. . Email with any question. I answer quickly.

Please pay for this collection within 3 days of auction ending. I accept payment by Paypal, Credit Card thru Paypal or Cashiers Check. Shipping is $40.00 for this lot which will include insurance to all U.S. customers. Outside of U.S., please email for shipping costs, Before bidding. this may be very expensive. Disregard Ebay's default shipping fee Worldwide. Ask first.

Note to winner: do not pay until I send you an invoice.

THANK YOU FOR TAKING YOUR TIME TO VIEW MY AUCTION!! - Rndsportscards

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