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Baltimore And Ohio Docksider Train


The Baltimore and Ohio railroad operated between 1828- 1987. They operated both passenger and freight trains in their 159-year history. Their 10,500 mile (16,900 kilometer) system ran in the northeastern and midwestern parts of the United States of America. A dockside train is a train that does industrial jobs near the docks.

The train has 973 parts, one locomotive, two box cars, and a caboose. The locomotive is a C-16 switcher (shunter) locomotive numbered 98. It has a cab that is big enough for a minifigure to stand in and drive the train. The two box cars in the train have opening doors for freight to be put inside. Finally, there is a caboose on the end of the train. The caboose has enough room for a minifigure. There is a desk for a minifigure sit and do work. There is a bed for a minifigure to rest. And, there is a cupola for a minifigure for the minifigure to look out over the rest of the train.

The great thing about this train is that it can be used for display, for play, and for use in your LEGO city.

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