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Model Trains566 of 642HAND MADE RAILROAD ENGINEFisher-Price Train - 1970s
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    Posted 12 years ago

    stepback_a…
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    This toy train was found at a roadside sale on Cape Cod. It is in great condition and still works. If you run the train across the floor several times while holding it and then set it down and let go, it will run several feet on it's own power. Very cool. Someone took good care of their toy.

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    1. vanskyock24 vanskyock24, 12 years ago
      YES ITS A NEAT TRAIN
    2. JSmed, 10 years ago
      Aren't they called Hill Climbers ?

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