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permanent display!   Goldth


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Oooooooooooooooo  That looks Great!!!!!  

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Looks good.. Mike, are you fooling around with Lionel or is this a Lionel club?


As a side note I always did like Gargraves track with wooden ties and darken third rail.
Larry
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#4
That Big Blue boxcar looks great in that setting, as does the Nantahala Midland car! Thumbsup Thumbsup

Wayne
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#5
Super!!!!! Thanks for doing this. Worship
Don (ezdays) Day
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#6
Larry it's a Lionel Museum that I work at. Wayne those are the only two Lionel cars that I own.
Mike

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Mike, Cool job! I seen that Nantahala Midland boxcar and thought you change scale.. To my mind I when think of Nantahala Midland I think N Scale since its been N for as long as I been on this forum and that's been 18 years.
Larry
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#8
Yep Larry other than that one boxcar the NM is N scale all the way. That O gauge NM car is very heavily weathered and it really stands out against all that shiny Lionel stuff. Even had one collector ask me when I was going to wash it! Big Grin
Mike

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