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WOULD YOU PAY THIS,$1400+ and its rising KEN
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WOW, I was really wanting one of these but that about a grand more than I would pay. Last year they were on there for below $400.
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I'd rather have the Tyco version &/or the Cox ones
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Super cool horn action video. Not mine.



Nice to play these sounds on your layout.
Even better with the lights off in darkness.

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Another WOW video near Horseshoe Curve in Altoona PA.



Hikers trails in and near the curve.

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A painting more valuable than the Mona Lisa.



And far more attractive and desirable than Ms Lisa.

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Another WOW painting.



Should be found in the Louvre Museum in Paris.

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Another WOW painting.



Should be found in the Louvre Museum in Paris.

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I agree & that loco is preserved in the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden
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Not a painting but a glimpse of our past.



When life was simple and carefree.



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Wartime Twilight, Utica New York by Larry Fisher

Hangs In my room. One of a kind. My dad got it for me many years ago when visiting my grandmother in New York. I believe it was $40.

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Awesome Tyco catalog shot, WKS!

Amazing painting, Alex! Congrats on owning such a unique work of train art.

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I too, like the Tyco catalog print and their box art... Interestingly enough, there's actually mistakes printed in at least one of my catalogs.
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Not a painting In Syracuse

Must have been quit the sight and inspiration for many a kid to want a train set
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That Tyco catalog looks a lot like Retro Tyco, but
RP has more stuff!
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Cool Hudson doing some street runnin'! Thanks RP!
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I too, like the Tyco catalog print and their box art... Interestingly enough, there's actually mistakes printed in at least one of my catalogs.

Originally posted by walt - June 05 2020 :  9:33:44 PM


you know the Net rules
PIX or it didn't happen!
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I too, like the Tyco catalog print and their box art... Interestingly enough, there's actually mistakes printed in at least one of my catalogs.

Originally posted by walt - June 05 2020 :  9:33:44 PM


you know the Net rules
PIX or it didn't happen!

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Not a painting In Syracuse

Must have been quit the sight and inspiration for many a kid to want a train set

Originally posted by thesiding - June 05 2020 :  9:47:42 PM

I mean, there's a reason the Lionel Hudsons were popular back then. If you saw this going by your house everyday as a child, you would definitely want a model of one.

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Wartime Twilight, Utica New York by Larry Fisher

Hangs In my room. One of a kind. My dad got it for me many years ago when visiting my grandmother in New York. I believe it was $40.

Originally posted by BlaxlandAlex3 - June 05 2020 :  5:20:24 PM



You dont see the winged lackawnna pacific very often. If only those 4 would let the GE center cab clear for the DL&W , the Hospital train can move.

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WOW! Nice photos and stories so far.

Meanwhile some internet videos of the New York World's Fair in 1964 and 1965.


What a great time people had visiting that site.


To be young again.


Minature LIRR train shown a bit before the eight minute mark.


A comparison between yesteryear and today.


My video of that LIRR miniature train fifty years later.


This time it is at Riverhead New York.

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A different era.
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I've seen that footage. So cool. Nice to see the John Bull, Lafayette, and Dewitt as well!
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A huge layout of unbelievable proportions.




Located in Hamburg Germany and has been mentioned here before.

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Ah, Wunderland. I have drowned myself in videos of that layout many times. German trains are always a treat.
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Some vintage commercials from the Man in Black.





Johnny Cash and Lionel trains are a perfect fit.
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Marilyn Monroe apparently was a New York City subway rider.











Fellow passengers seem not to notice her though.



Hundreds of miles away from the New York City subway system and a world away.


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Not railroads nor model train items but still interesting.


Live webcam of eagles and nature sounds. Different camera angles at regular intervals.
Using your cellphones next to your layouts you get real background nature sounds.
Still daylight right now since the webcam is in Iowa.


Another webcam to view other eagles.





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I remembered this actress the other day. Forgot about her.



Susan Dey back in the day.



I did not care for the show she was on fifty years ago but she was very cute and wholesome nevertheless.



Some movie she was in few years later but not a good role model in this photo.
Although in love her character is oblivious to the surroundings. If a train comes ...

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Another popular show decades ago.



Diana Rigg in The Avengers.



Not these Avengers.



Episode filmed at a British miniature railroad amusement ride. Still there.

Some videos from that ride. First the Avengers episode.


Then we see second video showing the actual ride recently.


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Got the clip with the Percy Green engine ?
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I bet that train would of killed or at least maimed her & possibly derailed the loco & cars too
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Did not see that engine mentioned in The Avengers British show.
Photos from a 1965 movie. Never saw it but read it has train scenes.



Movie is named "Viva Maria".



Has French actresses Brigitte Bardot and Jeanne Moreau.



Few photos show Miss Bardot with trains.



Filmed in Mexico at one of their railroads.



Both were famous actresses in France.



Plenty of photos showing Miss Bardot without trains.



Jeanne Moreau also has plenty of photos without trains.



Do not know how much train time is in this movie. Most men would not care for obvious reasons.

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There was an American movie with Miss Bardot and "Will Robinson".



Dear Brigitte was the name of that movie.

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There is an ep where the Percy set is shown running on a table
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ALSO check out the Marstens channel THERE ARE ALOT OF GREAT VIDEOS there INCLUDING TH 1039 WORLDS FAIR It is an hour long but is VERY thorough As well as a blimp landing the family Lionel trains a Blimp landing and early pics of Cross Island Parkway to name a few
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I think the trains & cars are of Italian origin
as that movie was filmed in Italy
Spaghetti Western
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1973 movie about train robbers. Aptly named "The Train Robbers".







Has John Wayne and Ann Margret.


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The Avengers was my favorite TV program back in the day. Finding
full length episodes on the net is very scarce, and I've never seen this
episode of Perils of Miss Peel. That is classic Avengers at its very best,
thank you for showing. Where on Earth did you find it?

All those actresses were stunning beauties. As was Elizabeth
Montgomery, her life cut short so tragically.

Susan Dey's green eyes could stop a locomotive on the spot.
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Just use Google to look up a famous name with train or railroad or model train.

Betty Grable photos are famous and abundant.





Now using Google search Betty Grable train.



She is holding a Lionel Pennsylvania Railroad caboose.

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They do not make them like these anymore.
Trains and women. Guess I am only kidding.

I know one member here would zero in on the signal accessory first before anything else in the last photo.



Just for you...
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What a fox.
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1973 movie about train robbers. Aptly named "The Train Robbers".







Has John Wayne and Ann Margret.

Originally posted by wks - June 30 2020 :  11:15:40 AM


Looks like Seirra Railway's loco #3 in another guise
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According to internet information the engine used in that movie is Nacionale de Mexico mogul number 650.
Built by Baldwin in 1889 for passenger and freight service in Mexico.







Was the first choice for the Back to the Future movie but had operations trouble.

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All N. De. M.'s steamers looked even smaller with those humongous headlights they put on them. Nonetheless they have a very unique look. Look at that whistle mount!
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Here is a very interesting model of a famous former football stadium.



Built for $20000 by a fanatic New York Giants fan in a garage.



His homage to Giants Stadium. 1976 to 2010. Ironic that the last football game was a Jets home game.



Probably closer to G scale since he runs G scale trolley around the inside of the garage.

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What a fox.

Originally posted by Chops124 - June 30 2020 :  12:47:31 PM



Yes she was Jeff.













Most of us were introduced to Ann Margret in a Flintstones cartoon episode. She voiced the character.

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She even did a disco song. Seems everyone did one back in the day.


Has a nice groove.




I am sure that these bring back a simpler time in life.


Train scenes at the beginning of this video.


Train scenes at the 4:30 mark of this video.


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wks she was called Ann-Margrock in the show

and she is 79 now

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Ann Margret was the inspiration to a comic book artist to create a supporting character in a popular comic series.



Mary Jane Watson from the Spiderman comics. Her hair color and her alluring personality with her shape came from Miss Margret.



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Should have posted this yesterday. Still Fourth of July weekend.



At least she covered herself. I believe that is a towel and not a flag. Her name is Julianne Hough.



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