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Slight variations of this large, pressed steel station were sold from 1931 until 1934. Constructed to resemble a major metropolitan terminal of stone construction. "LIONEL CITY" embossed over the doors. Also, above the doors are embossed ornamental clocks with celluloid faces. Station is lighted and has a removable skylight and four opening doors on either side. As kids, we used to say that many railroads copied the Lionel design! The 115 has ivory walls and a red base, roof, skylight, window inserts and doors. The original version (# 112) does not have exterior lights - lights with tulip shaped bulbs were added and the building re-numbered 113 (both were cream and green). The red and cream version was produced from 1935 to 1942, and again from 1946 until 1949 - with silver fixtures holding the tulip-shaped bulbs flanking the doors on the one side of the station. Uniquely, the Post-War version had a bi-metal control, allowing trains to stop at the station automatically for a settable period of time.


18648LNOB LIONEL CITY STATION 115 (RED AND CREAM POST-WAR VERSION) -> C-8 Like New - Free of blemishes, nicks or scratches; original condition throughout; very little sign of use. With Original Box

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