Lionel pw-2531-5 silver dawn
LIONEL LINES SILVER DAWN OBSERVATION CAR
|Built from 1952 through 1960, this Lionel Lines Silver Dawn streamlined observation passenger car has ribbed channels and glued name plates. There were many different variations in these cars over the years - the differences being centered around the manner in which the name plates were attched, as well as whether or not the channels above and below the windows were flat or ribbed. This car was part of the matching set of cars 2530, 2532, and 2533. It came in a variety of different sets, headed by engines like the 2353 and 2383 Santa Fe F3 pairs, 646 Hudson steam locomotive, and 2341 Jersey Central FM. Each car has two lights for full illumination, die cast trucks, and one operating coupler.
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