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1: 02-54668 BillSend e-mail

The one which happens to be in front of at that moment! :-)

Last Updated: 3/21/2003 11:22:44 AM
2: 99-50297 GeorgeSend e-mail

My pair of Lionel Reading T1's. Had one renumbered to 2124 & upgraded 2100 to Lionel Command. Love to watch them pulling freight or passenger trains.

Last Updated: 7/27/2003 11:08:03 PM
3: 95-41425 MartySend e-mail

Choosing my favorite toy train is like trying to choose a favorite from among my four kids! It is not unlike my answer to the question, "What is your favorite pie?" To this, I always respond, "Just two kinds... *hot* and *cold*!" However, if you held a gun to my head, I would probably blurt out an admission to a special fondness for The General made by Lionel circa 1960. If I had to choose just one toy train, The General from Lionel would be The One!

Last Updated: 11/27/2004 7:27:05 AM
4: OTL 87-26705 WilliamSend e-mail

I have to list three, not just one, but they're all three "favorites" for the same reason, so, in a sense, perhaps that consolidates them into "one." The first is the Super-O "5-Star General" set. It was a gift from a loving father who would never treat himself to toy trains but who loved to watch his son run the ones he bought for him. The second is LTI's Chessie T-1, one of the last gifts from a loving mother before dementia stole her ability to give any presents to those she loved. The third is the MTH UP "49er" set, an anniversary gift from a loving wife to her husband. When I watch these trains, what I really see is the love of the people who gave them to me.

Last Updated: 7/15/2004 2:43:46 PM
5: 06-60245 markSend e-mail

TCA 06-60245 Mark Nielson
I have a lot of favorites, but I guess I would have to say the next one I buy or the one I'm working on at this moment, which is my 265E blue comet, I got it for $10.00 at a auction last summer, I didn't even know what I had untill later that day, an it run's find but was missing some trim and I had to replace the cab.

Last Updated: 1/18/2007 5:27:33 PM


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