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tree is up

2020-12-07 05:20:08.481641+00 by Dan Lyke 4 comments

The tree is up, the annual running of the fold-down train succeeded.. https://youtu.be/znNq9DSSaM4

[ related topics: Sports Machinery Trains ]

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#Comment Re: tree is up made: 2020-12-08 06:35:08.688911+00 by: brennen

This is great.

#Comment Re: tree is up made: 2020-12-11 01:26:31.925054+00 by: spc476

Wow! That train must have been popular, because I have my Dad's S-gauge American Flyer, probably from the 40s or 50s.

#Comment Re: tree is up made: 2020-12-12 16:31:16.934855+00 by: Dan Lyke

I have more up in boxes in the attic, I think there was that super popular train, and then a little later American Flyer started doing cheaper stamped rolling stock, not all the die cast stuff.

#Comment Re: tree is up made: 2020-12-13 15:06:47.215733+00 by: Bittebr


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