Model Train Engine- Lone Star Locos

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Model Train Engine- Lone Star Locos

This is a Lone Star Loco model of a D5900 engine produced between 1960-1965 available in 000 (approximately N-gauge) gauge as part of the Lone Star "Treble-O-Lectric" range of diecast models in both powered and unpowered versions. Lone Star Treble-O-Lectric trains essentially introduced the concept that would later become British "N" gauge - 10 years ahead of the competition. This model is painted in the British Rail livery.

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  • 1. At 03:38 on 12 February 2011, bethcabeen wrote:

    How rare are these trains? I have a set and was wondering about them?

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Welham Green

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