Kids Review: Lionel Trains Frontierville G-Gauge Steam Train Set 7-11358
Kids Review: Lionel Trains Frontierville G-Gauge Steam Train Set Model#7-11358 Lionel Lines 36-piece steam set . This train set includes the following: Decorated locomotive, coal tender, gondola, freight car and caboose Infra-red remote controller w two speeds forward, reverse, and stop 50" x 62" oval of track 2 billboards Features: Snap-together track Authentic train details Realistic sounds and lights Lionel Train "Frontierville Adventure Stream Set
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My New Lionel NJ Transit Train Set
This is my set as of 12/25/11, the day that I set it up. I am planning on building a town in the middle and on the edges, but I may not get started on that until June. This ready to run set comes with a GE U34CH #4167 and three coaches, as well as track and the CW-80 transformer. Enjoy! UPDATE!!! Lionel is coming out with its 2012 Ready to Run Limited Edition NJ TRANSIT Maintenance of Way Set in September, featuring GP40-2 #4302 w/ Railsounds and 3 flatcars, a ballast car, and an illuminated caboose. The link is www.lionel.com/products/finder/ProductDetail.cfm?ProductNumber=6-30185&Cata logUID7B08B46E-1016-347D-DC5EFB619CD0C5B9&PageID=2061
Soo Line RS3 Diesel train set from Menards and Soo Line PS-2-CD 4427 3-Bay Hopper from Lionel
LIONEL Soo Line RS3 Diesel train set exlusively from Menards This attractive, limited edition O Gauge train set features: A Soo Line ALCo RS3 Diesel-Electric Locomotive A Soo Line 4-Bay Open-Top Hopper with coal load A Soo Line Flat Car with a Menards Trailer A Soo Line Boxcar with an End-Of-Train device that has a flashing red light. The Lionel Standard O Scale SOO LINE PS-2-CD 4427 3-Bay Covered Hopper is decorated in the original scheme on covered hoppers built and delivered in 1964. The trains race past a feed mill with corrugated sidings, concrete grain silos, and a small town with grade crossings. The big city skyscrapers are in the distance as the trains round the curve and pass a lumber spur. All of the real Soo Line ALCo RS3 Diesel Locomotives were retired by 1974,