|New York Central Pullman Set|
#4613 set, made in 1946 and 1947, had the 322 Hudson locomotive
and the rare long-truck painted Pullman cars. The #4613A, made
only in 1948, had the 322AC Hudson locomotive and the somewhat less
rare (but still very hard to find!) short-truck painted Pullmans.
What I have is a cross between the two: the 322 with the short-truck
I got the 654 painted observation car as a kid and have wanted to complete the set for over fifty years. In September of 2004, I finally succeeded!
|#653 Combination Car|
|The first of two #652 coaches|
|The other #652 coach|
|This is the #654 observation car I got as a kid.|
|I got this #654 observation car with the set, but mine is in better condition and has sentimental value.
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