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pnorkawich

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New Lionel 0-6-0t Dockside Switcher
« on: September 22, 2021, 08:53:41 am »
I am new to the board and grateful to be here amongst so many enthusiasts.  I really like this engine for many reasons features, price, compact size.  I am disappointed that once again Lionel skipped over the New Haven road name.  I appreciate the addition of the heavyweight passenger cars but would really LOVE to see this switcher with the New Haven railroad road name.  Thoughts?

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Re: New Lionel 0-6-0t Dockside Switcher
« Reply #1 on: September 24, 2021, 05:35:19 am »
Hello & Welcome to the Forum!

The Docksider is one of my favorite locomotives. I don't have one in 'O', but do have one in large scale.
Changing road names, heralds & paint schemes is/are/can be your next step delving deeper into the hobby...
It isn't all  just, sitting around listening to your train go clickety clack as it goes roundy round.............

Happy Rails....
dave
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