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1962a - TransAustralia Train Set - RS.21

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TransAustralia Train Set - RS.21

Train Set: TransAustralia Train Set - RS.21 (Overall Train Set page)
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Model Information: Set includes eight R.483 Curved Track, six R.481 Straight Track, one R.487 Power Connecting Clip and one R.488 Uncoupling Ramp.
Sets Produced: ---
Year: 1962a
Catalogue Number: RS.21
Year Information: ---
Publication: Tri-ang Railways - Australian Edition 1962-63
Publication Type: Catalogue Poster
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Tri-ang Railways - Australian Edition 1962-63
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Model Ranking:
Current: 2914 - December 2023
Previous: 1997 - November 2023
Movement: (-917)

Train Set Year Details (1)

YEAR CAT IMAGE
1962a RS.21 1962a
TransAustralia Train Set - RS.21

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