Standard Gauge stuff

Standard Gauge Trains, Vintage to Modern
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Re: Standard Gauge stuff

Postby healey36 » Wed Aug 26, 2020 4:33 pm

Yup. I'm careful about using the "restored" descriptor (as opposed to "refurbished"). This, however, was definitely a meticulous restoration by a previous owner. The thing works very well as compared to some of my station stops.


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