Train Set Year Details

1970 - The Flying Scotsman - Built For The Engineer Set

U.S.A.


The Flying Scotsman - Built For The Engineer Set

Uncatalogued Train Set - Image not from catalogue.
Train Set: The Flying Scotsman - Built For The Engineer Set (Overall Train Set page)
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Model Information: USA - AMRO limited edition set.
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Sets Produced: * 655
* Information from Triang & Hornby, The Story of Rovex, Volumes 1, 2 and 3 - Pat Hammond
Year: 1970
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Year Information: The Flying Scotsman - Built For The Engineer. Special set for US market for the Flying Scotsmans tour of 1969-1970 of the USA. Only 655 sets produced.
Publication: Uncatalogued Train Set
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Current: 447 - December 2023
Previous: 547 - November 2023
Movement: (+100)

Model Add Information:
Name: Peter Endean
Location: Sydney
Country: Australia
Date: 2 Dec 2020

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1970 --- 1970
The Flying Scotsman - Built For The Engineer Set

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