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Trans Continental Express (Aust)


Trans Continental Express (Aust)

Years Released: 1969a (Train Set Year pages)
Set released for 1 year.

Train Set: Trans Continental Express (Aust)
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Train Set Year Details (1)

1969a RS.4DA 1969a
Trans Continental Express (Aust)

Train Set Items (4)

Transcontinental Diesel Locomotive (TR Shields) 5007 T.R. Blue
Transcontinental Coach 70831 T.R. Blue
Transcontinental Coach 70831 T.R. Blue
Transcontinental Observation Car - TransAustralia (Aust)
Released: 1969a
91119 T.R. Blue

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Train Set Catalogue Information

1969a This detailed replica of the Trans Continental Express cotains double-ended diesel loco with working headlight and two passenger coaches complete with seats, and one observation coach. Eight double curved track, two straight track, one power clip, one uncoupling ramp.

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RS.4DA - Trans Continental Express (Aust) - 1969a
RS.4DA Trans Continental Express (Aust) - 1969a

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