Beginner's Guide to Repairing Lionel Trains
Teaches how to get old Lionel trains running again! Shows how to repair and maintain Lionel O gauge trains built from the turn of the century through the 1970s. Gives detailed explanations with photos and diagrams illustrating easy repair, lubrication, and maintenance tips and techniques.
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Getting That Old Train Running Again
Understanding the Transformer
Setting Up the Track
Servicing the Locomotive
Preparing the Cars
Setting Up the Accessories
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