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Lionel Pennsylvania Steam Engine (as is)

Lionel Pennsylvania Steam Engine



Replica of a Pennsylvania Steam Engine. Push the cab section (back wheels) for steam engine sounds. Compatible with Thomas wooden railway. Engine body is 3.5" long (not counting magnets).


NOTE: Sadly, the sound batteries have gone dead in these trains. (They ARE almost 8 years old, and you can't expect a wafer battery to last forever!) They SHOULD work with a new battery, but we can't guarantee it, so we are selling them "as is". Still lots of fun, but now at an insane price! Makes a great stocking stuffer!

This Lionel line was discontinued in 2007. Limited quantities are available.


Code:50251
Regular price:$16.00
Sale price:$5.00




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