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Classic Toy Trains February 2015

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Today's big engines celebrate the best of railroading's past
By Roger Carp
Don Rice showcases the finest locomotives on his O gauge empire.

Guide to painting realistic brick structures
By Dennis Brennan
Simple paint techniques take your plastic structures to the next level.

Father & son build a compact and detailed O gauge layout
Patrick and Lucas Nugent’s 6 x 9-foot layout carries on great traditions.

Readers share Lionel rarities
By Roger Carp
Presenting a handful of seldom-seen postwar models.

Lionel, serendipity, and Minuteman missilesIssue Item
By Steve Pomeroy
Run your Lionel missile trains as the U.S. Air Force might have done.

Showcasing with style Lionel's colorful prewar treasures
By Roger Carp
Discover Standard and O gauge tinplate classics on Peter Atonna’s layout.

Plastic buildings meet tinplate rails in Marxs community
By Roger Carp
Only one major postwar train maker dared invade Plasticville’s territory.

Meet the man who portrayed the perfect Lionel dad
By Roger Carp
Actor Ralph Courtenay expressed the joy fathers took in electric trains.

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ivanhoe162 | July 30th 2015 at 1438260305

I am at fleamasters, Fort Myers in the music pavilion of the east parking lot booth #6 Tons of sheet music and songbooks, dvd, cd, books and craft magazine back issues. Stop by and "Give me Five" Most items 2/4/5-3/4/5 Books priced lower than amazon.

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