Landscape Accessories (3 of 3)
Landscape Accessories:  Cutouts for the circus and farm sets are on page 1
                                    #21 through #30A are on
page 1
                                    #31 through #749 are on
page 2
                                    #753 through #23778 are on this page


#753 Mountain, Tunnel, and Pass Set made in 1960.
(Picture courtesy of an anonymous donor.)
Here it is with part of the #747 Figure-8 Trestle Set and Frontiersman train.
It came in the #20558 Truscott Set with the similar #770 cardboard Trestle Set.
#763 three-section Mountain Set of molded composition material made in 1949 thru 1950.
(Picture courtesy of an anonymous donor.)
#778 Street Lamp Set: one plain, one with red alarm box, and one with dark green mail box
made in 1953 thru 1956.
The #790 Trainorama was made only in 1953.  It is a 9-foot long scenic diarama depicting the hills of New England, generic mountains, and rolling green hills of the South.  It is designed to wrap around one side of a train layout.  Because it is so long, this is just one end; click the picture to see the whole set and close-ups.

                                                     (Photo courtesy of
Leslie Warren.)
#23021 Imitation Grass made in 1957 thru 1959.
(Picture courtesy of an anonymous donor.)

#23022 Scenery Gravel made in 1957 thru 1959.
(Picture courtesy of an anonymous donor.)
#23023 Imitation Coal made in 1957 thru 1959.
(Picture courtesy of an anonymous donor.)
The extremely rare #23040 Mountain, Tunnel, and Pass made in 1958.
(Picture courtesy of
Stout Auctions.)
#23249 Tunnel, the 5-digit version of #249 made in 1957 thru 1964.
(Picture courtesy of an anonymous donor.)
#23778 Street Lamp Set, the 5-digit version of #778 made in 1957 thru 1964.
(Photo from an ebay auction by
Rick Dunn.)

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