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Title : Lionel Polar Express Train Set under tree
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Very well done. I like the locomotive sound. The cat even made sure not to knock over the train station. This reminds me of the years I had double track around our Chistmas tree with a siding to run 2 AMTRAK trains and a freight HO scale with track for a carpet like yours.
This is an amazing setup, I'm thinking of purchasing this particular Polar Express set. Can you tell me how you get all those different sounds that appear over radio chatter i.e. "Polar Express, track clear, over!, Affirmative! You're clear into the station, over!" are those stock sounds from the remote that comes in the box? Thank you :)
I am a model train hobbyist. First off I want to say that this train is beautiful as is the layout... very well done. I too have this “O” scale model as well as this year’s “Ready To Play” model from Lionel that I bought at Costco. For the people out in the threads that are saying that the “Ready To Play” Big Box Store train is in any way better than the “O” scale model shown here... . You are wrong. I mean that with no disrespect. It’s just that a train hobbyist knows that an “O” “G” “HO” or “N” scale model electric train is much better constructed, engineered, and will last forever if properly maintained. The “Ready To Play” models are toys. They run on batteries. They are not constructed nearly as well as the electric model trains. They contain plastic gears instead of metal gears. They have a cheaper grade electric motor. Nothing out there in way of “Ready To Play” even comes close to the “O” scale. I will admit that the “Ready To Play” does more closely resemble the Polar Express in the film.... but that’s about it.