Lionel 22225

JOMAR 18 HEAVYWEIGHT PRIVATE OBSERVATION CAR MAR

 

John Ringling's private car, JOMAR - named for he and his wife, John and Mable Ringling - was a fixture for decades. It joined the train in the early 1920's, reputedly as the only green car in the consist. Later it was inherited and used by his nephew, John Ringling North, and even had a cameo appearance in Cecil B. DeMille's 1952 epic film, "The Greatest Show on Earth." FEATURES: Interior StreamLightingr Detailed Interiors with Passengers Vestibules with Opening Doors Metal Steps & Grab Rails Metal Chassis w/Underside Details 6-Wheel Die Cast Trucks Operating Die Cast Couplers Diaphragms Included Swing Steps for 0-31 Operation End Marker Lights on Observation Car Gauge: Standard O Minimum Curve: O-31 Dimensions: Length 18"
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