Over 4 hours of spectacular Lionel action legendary trains, world-class layouts, the latest from Lionel, expert operating tips, plus lots more.
Lionel Nation Part 1 Tour elaborate Prewar, Postwar, and Modern Era layouts as well as the collection and layout of Tom Sefton at the California State Railroad Museum. Visit the Lionel holiday layouts at Macy's, FAO Schwarz, Grand Central Terminal, and see the new Lionel Showroom in Manhattan. Also featured is the history of Lionel sounds from the 1930s Chugger to the incredible RailSounds of today. 65 minutes.
Lionel Nation Part 2 Norm Charbonneau's spectacular Legacy-controlled modern era, hi-rail layout - the most exquisitely detailed and realistic we have ever seen. John Potter's extensive O and Standard gauge layout. We visit a toy train auction and take a look at the Postwar originals which inspired Lionel's first Conventional Classics issue. 60 minutes.
Lionel Nation Part 3 Visit a faithful reproduction of Lionel's famous 1957 Super O showroom layout and see how T W Design created the holiday displays at Macy's, FAO Schwarz, Grand Central Terminal, plus the "36-trains-in-action" exhibit Lionel takes to train shows. Watch a T-rail layout that operates three 763s with the rare gray coal tender, and the second wave of Lionel's Conventional Classics. 1 hour 15 minutes.
Lionel Nation Part 4 View David Dansky's amazing Prewar and Postwar collection and layout. Also featured is a magnificent scale-detailed Postwar layout highlighting the Northern Pacific, along with tips on weathering and how to add scale details to a locomotive. We also cover Lionel's motorized units and compare the real Southern Pacific Daylight with Lionel's scale model. 65 minutes.
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4 Hours, 25 Mins
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chris collins (fletcher north carolina) on 2014-06-24 18:54:53.
5 of 5
great series about Lionel trains I would recommend the Lionel nation series to people who love Lionel trains
Additional remarks by chris collins: Narration:Just enough. Would kids enjoy this?Definitely! Image quality:Excellent! DVD Value:Seemed a little high, but not too bad. Recommend to others?A "Must Have"!