For newer Lionel O gauge passenger cars like the Hogwarts Express and the Polar Express.
Stittsville's 'Mr. Snowman'
Lionel's snowman also has a red heart which like the scarf is also a little faded but also like the scarf is still doing the job. At one time, Lionel used to use light bulbs for his snowman's eyes but he found that the light bulbs, when turned on
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THIS IS FOR A NEW BOX OF (10) #55 STANDARD STOCK STYLE 6-VOLT 2CP SINGLE CONTACT BULBS. THESE BULBS ARE USED IN MANY VARIETIES OF APPLICATIONS FROM CARS, TRUCKS, MOTORCYCLES, SCOOTERS, TRACTORS, TRAILERS, AIRCRAFT, TOYS, FLASHLIGHTS, AND PINBALL MACHINES. FOR CARS AND TRUCKS THERE IS A APPLICATION CHART FURTHER DOWN THE DESCRIPTION BUT THEY WERE GENERALLY USED FOR THE MAP LIGHTS, COURTESY LIGHTS, SPEEDO, DASH CLUSTER, GAUGES, CLOCKS, GLOVE BOX, DOME LIGHT, PARKING LIGHTS, ETC. YOU ARE GETTING A BOX OF 10 LIGHT BULBS IN THIS LISTING. category: Incandescent - miniature lamp volt: 6 amp: 0.5 watt: 3 base: BA9s - Miniature Bayonet glass: G4-1/2 filament: C2V fil. res.: 12 ohm i.lumens: 2 cp: 0.16 55MB USA I/7V/0.41A/BA9S/G4.5/CL/500H also known as Cross-Reference: 6VC43 GRAINGER 6VOLT-2WATT 07-003-01 CANIMPEX 07-003-01 MICROLITES 7V/0.41A/BA9S/G4.5/C2R 7V/0.41A/BA9S/G15MM/C2R 55-300 LIONEL 55-641 BMC 55-BLISTER-PACK EIKO 55-BP EIKO 55-BP USA 55-GE/G41-2-7V.41A-MINI-BAY LAMPTECH 55-GE LAMPTECH 55-PHILIPS NORELCO 55-USA NORELCO 55/6V/2CP CANDLEPOWER-INCORPORATED 55/6V/2CP USA 55/7V/0.41A/G4.5/BA9S 55/7V/0.41A/G15MM/BA9S 55/7V/0.41A CEC 55/7V/0.41A LUMIACTION 55/7V/0.41A USA 55/7V/41A/G.45/MINI-BAYONET MICRO-LAMPS 55/7V/41A/G.45/MINI-BAYONET MICROLAMP 55/7V/.41A/G4.5/MINI-BAYONET MICRO-LAMPS 55/7V/.41A/G4.5/MINI-BAYONET MICROLAMP 55/7V/.41A/G15MM/MINI-BAYONET MICRO-LAMPS 55/7V/.41A/G15MM/MINI-BAYONET MICROLAMP 55/7.00V/.41A/MINIATURE-BAYONET/G-4-1-2/2.00CP/6240-00-012-5588-MS-15572-1 JKL 55/7.00V/.41A/MINIATURE-BAYONET/G-4-1/2/2.00CP/6240-00-012-5588/MS-15572-1 JKL 55/7.0V/.410A/STANDARD-MINIATURE-BAYONET/G-4-1-2/2.00CP/25.14L/27MMMOL/500H JKL 55/7.0V/.410A/STANDARD-MINIATURE-BAYONET/G-4-1/2/2.00CP/25.14L/27MMMOL/500H JKL 55/33785 SYLVANIA 55/04613533785
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O-48 FasTrack Remote Right-Hand SwitchFeaturesFeatures a non-derailing function, a lighted switch lamp, and a lighted controllerConnects easily to other FasTrack track sectionsUse the switch to join two track loops, create a switching yard, or add a siding30-degree turnoutLength: 15? straight
Lionel Accessories at Work on Toy Train Layouts
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.
Add classic accessories to your toy train layout. Lionel's operating accessories from the 1940s and '50s remain popular with toy train enthusiasts. This book provides a variety of ways to incorporate them - both originals and modern reproductions - into toy train layouts. The book features track plans that incorporate the accessories, repair information, and in-depth profiles of the most popular accessories.
I make this point because in my world, Christmas would not be Christmas without a Christmas tree and the trimmings that go along with a tree. I have frequently written about my love for a Christmas tree and shared a particular experience my siblings and I had in purchasing a Christmas tree many years ago. For us, it was an absolute requirement that we have a tree that touched the 15-foot ceiling in the living room of our home. I will never forget the year that my father purchased a 7-foot tree on his own which disappointed us to such a degree that we returned it for our customary 15-foot tree. Back then, it was customary for families to buy live trees. The only artificial trees I recall are the aluminum trees that were illuminated by a revolving spot light. I cannot imagine that someone reading this column still has one of these trees for the Christmas holidays. I also cannot imagine that any of you were among those in past years who waited until after 11 o’clock on Christmas Eve to go to a lot to secure your Christmas tree. Some of you will recall how trees were discarded around 11 o’clock and, therefore, could be obtained free. A close friend, along with her family members, did this every year until she showed up after 11 o’clock one Christmas Eve to find all the trees cut up. She and her family were very distraught as they considered Christmas without a Christmas tree. They took these branches home and nailed them to a 2 X 4. It was decorated and became their Christmas tree. perhaps this was the original Charlie Brown’s Christmas tree. I am sure you have so many memories of past Christmases and the decorations on your family’s tree. What are your memories of the decorations on your Christmas tree, back in the day. During this time of the year, if I visit a home without a Christmas tree, I become sad. I suspect that I react in this manner because I am in the twilight years of my existence and have never experienced the holiday without a Christmas tree in my home. Now, understand that it is not so much the tree but rather how the tree is decorated. A Christmas tree is important but a well-decorated tree is a must. If you go back in time, I am certain that you can visualize many of those elaborate, yet fragile ornaments that used to be on your Christmas tree. Some of you might still have one or more of those boxes with cut-out tops, similar to egg containers, where very delicate ornaments were stored until the following Christmas. Other memories you might recall include: using paper clips or hairpins to secure the bulbs to the tree, deciding what would be placed at the top of your Christmas tree, and deciding on the colors for your ornaments and lights. Unlike today, I bet that there was not a Black angel at the top of your tree in the past. As for Black Christmas tree ornaments, I certainly cannot recall any back in the day. In most instances, the item on the top of the tree was a large star, again the type that was fragile and would break easily if not handled in a gentle manner. Looking back over the years, I would bet that the first Black ornament that appeared on Black families’ Christmas trees was a Black angel. As far as bulbs are concerned, they were uniquely decorated and interestingly are highly collectible today. There is just something very special nowadays about a Christmas tree that is decorated with the types of bulbs used back in the day. Families make deliberate decisions on the kind of decorations to place on their Christmas trees. One of my colleagues only shopped for and placed wooden ornaments on her tree because of young children and pets. Obviously, there was concern about avoiding broken bulbs and ornaments. Others placed cloth ornaments on their trees for the same reason. Now, I have no doubt that candy canes were a must on many trees. Metal Santa boots were common to Christmas trees of the past. You might recall the popularity of the Nutcracker Drummer around Christmas time with several small ones appearing on many trees.
Crunchy and Light Waffles for Two (baking powder, butter, eggs, flour, milk, salt, sugar)
Light Wheat Beer Bread (baking powder, beer, bread flour, butter, salt, sugar substitute, sugar, flour)
Light & Luscious Vegetarian Quesadilla (spinach, black beans, flour tortillas, gouda cheese, olive oil, pine nuts, shallot)
Creamy Mustard Chicken - Light (chicken, dijon mustard, thyme, green onion, mayonnaise, yogurt, parmesan cheese, salt, white pepper, worcestershire sauce)
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