Lionel #262 Prewar O-Gauge 2-4-2 Locomotive and #262T Tender. This restored tinplate engine has an Operating Headlight and manual reverse. The 8-wheel sheet metal Tender has copper journals that match the locomotive. The locomotive and tender were track-tested and demonstrated excellent pulling power. A track test is shown on the video. Circa early 1930's. The Length of the engine and tender is approximately 16".
Lionel Prewar O-Gauge Cataloged Passenger Set #144 includes:
1) 262 Steam Locomotive, Black
2) 262T Coal Tender, Black
3) 613 Pullman Car
4) 613 Pullman Car
5) 614 Observation Car
The engine has an Operating Headlight and manual reverse. These rare cars are Terra-Cotta and Maroon with Cream Window and Door inserts. They have the desirable fish-bellies and feature Lighted Interiors. These car numbers are the same as those included in the fabled Blue Comet Sets. The paint looks original. The set was track tested and ran well in forward and reverse. Circa early 1930's. Set Length is approximately 4 1/2 feet.
Lionel O Gauge #270 Red Girder Bridge This bridge is designed to span one section of O-31 straight track. This bridge has no rust or corrosion, but some paint was spilled on it, in a few spots. The length is 10". Circa 1930’s.
Lionel O Gauge #3360 Operating Burro Crane. This interesting operating crane can actually pull some cars, if desired. It can run in forward or reverse on O-Gauge track. While stopped, the cab can be made to rotate in both directions. This item was lubricated and operated properly. The length from the tip of the boom to the back of the coupler is approximately 11". Circa late 1950’s.
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Lionel O Gauge #47 Crossing Gate with Double Arms and Two Lanterns. Green with Ivory Ramp. The Arm Lanterns Illuminate when the gates come down. The gate was tested and worked. There are some playwear scratches, as shown in the picture. The total Length is 16 1/2"; the gate arms are each approximately 5 inches long. Circa 1920's.
American Flyer #90 Tin Lithograph O-Gauge Passenger Train Station. This station is the popular "Flyertown" Station, with lithograph on the sides of the station. The station is complete and original. The roof has noticeable paint loss, as shown in the pictures. The base is approximately 6" long. Circa late 1930's.