While anchored off the French Riviera in the 50’s there was a train that looked like a model train going in?

Question by Hand puppet pet: While anchored off the French Riviera in the 50’s there was a train that looked like a model train going in?
and out of the surrounding mountain range. It reminded me of Christmas and the way that Dads brought home toy Lionel sets not for their son to play with but for them, my question is do you think it was mainly for them to use to satisfy that need to never really grow up?

Best answer:

Answer by Sir Sticky
your best bet would be to goole that mate…

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Johnny Burnette Trio, Lonesome Train 50’s Rockabilly

The Johnny Burnette Trio rocking out “Lonesome Train” from some 1950’s rock and roll movie. Thanks to YoTube user jfm032 for thisadditional information on the line up;”The drummer was Johnny Burnette himself. The guy miming is Paul Burlison, Original Trio Guitarist who got together with Johnny and Dorsey not only at the gym ( Paul and Dorsey were Welterweight and Johnny was a Lightweight) but also at Crown Electric…. Where Elvis worked as a Truck Driver. BTW Bassist is not Dorsey, it’s Johnny Black, brother of Bill Black from the band that backed Elvis.” We are MindsiMedia and have several channels on YouTube and other video sharing outlets you can access all of them from our web portal at www.mindsimedia.info .
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Johnny Burnette Trio, Lonesome Train 50’s Rockabilly

The Johnny Burnette Trio rocking out “Lonesome Train” from some 1950’s rock and roll movie. Thanks to YoTube user jfm032 for thisadditional information on the line up;”The drummer was Johnny Burnette himself. The guy miming is Paul Burlison, Original Trio Guitarist who got together with Johnny and Dorsey not only at the gym ( Paul and Dorsey were Welterweight and Johnny was a Lightweight) but also at Crown Electric…. Where Elvis worked as a Truck Driver. BTW Bassist is not Dorsey, it’s Johnny Black, brother of Bill Black from the band that backed Elvis.” We are MindsiMedia and have several channels on YouTube and other video sharing outlets you can access all of them from our web portal at www.mindsimedia.info .
Video Rating: 4 / 5

I have some Lionel trains from the 40’s and 50’s, how much are they worth?

Question by roncreewall: I have some Lionel trains from the 40’s and 50’s, how much are they worth?

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Answer by Steven D
Have you tried contacting the local Train club? Or you could check here:http://www.traincity.com/price_guide/plli.html

Personally I’d keep them. I have a 1958 Lionel Trolley complete in the original box with instructions. The last time I checked it was worth over $ 200.

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