SUNDAY PUZZLE FUN 10-18-20 THE POSTWAR FREIGHT TRAIN

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SUNDAY PUZZLE FUN 10-18-20 THE POSTWAR FREIGHT TRAIN
Posted by pennytrains on Saturday, October 17, 2020 6:45 PM

THE POSTWAR FREIGHT TRAIN
44 WORDS

  1. The Lionel 2755 (_ _ _ _ _ _) oil car was offered in 1945 only.
  2. While the (_ _ _ _ _) name never appeared on a Lionel (_ _ _ _) car in the postwar period, the (_ _ _ _) oil logo appeared on both Lionel O and Flyer (_ - _ _ _ _ _) cars.
  3. Many collectors specialize in (_ _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ _) series (_ _ _ _ _ _ _) but the diminutive 6044-1X (_ _ _ _ _ _ _) Nestle car can clear your bank account all by itself.
  4. The 3656 (_ _ _ _ _ _) car initially came with an (_ _ _ _ _ _) decal on the doors.  However the (_ _ _ _ _ _) supplied with the 3356 are often better behaved.
  5. The most popular of all (_ _ _ _ _ _ _) carry (_ _ _ _).  Especially those flavored with (_ _ _ _ _).
  6. (_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _) could be transported either inside a boxcar or out in the elements on a specialized car like (_ _ _ _ _).  But (_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _), (_ _ _ _ _ _ _) and (_ _ _ _ _ _ _) always rode on (_ _ _ _ _).
  7. (_ _ _ _ _) steel for your (_ _ _ _ _ _) crane might be a legitimate load for a respectable carrier.  (_ _ _ _ _ _ _) on the other hand, probably subtract revenue.  But the 3370 is a fun car.
  8. A (_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _) car, a flat with new (_ _ _ _ _), a (_ _ _ _ _ _ _) with (_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _) for drainage, a (_ _ _ _ _ _) for gravel, a (_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _) power car and a (_ _ _ _ _ _ _) with (_ _ _ _) boxes makes for a fine (_ _ _ _) train consist.
  9. (_ _ _ _) roll and (_ _ _ _ _ _ _) can too, but to make a real mess you should dump Bakelite (_ _ _ _) all over the carpet.
  10. Be they (_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _) N5c’s, Erie (_ _ _) window style or the ubiquitous Lionel (_ _ - _ _ _ _), everybody loves cabooses at the end of their postwar freights.
  11. From (_ _ _ _ _) fishing equipment to (_ _ _ _ - _ _ _ _) candy bars, either in a prewar revival (_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _) (_ _ _ _) or on (_ _ _) in a reefer, the postwar freight train carried just about everything you could imagine.  Even (_ _ _ _ _ _ _).

Big Smile  Same me, different spelling!  Big Smile

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