Executive Line release #17 ‘Ferdinand Magellan’

Out of stock

$59.00

Shipped February 2016

See the behind-the-scenes story about how this real-life Presidential Pullman car came about in the Product Announcement Post HERE.

Description

This is a brand new, never-before-seen Micro-Trains car! This business car has riveted sides and will be a great addition to the line, creating many possibilities for my Executive Line Series.

The Ferdinand Magellan is a Pullman Office Car that was converted into a Presidential Pullman in 1942 for President Franklin Roosevelt. Please read more about it at my blog link here, U.S. No. 1

See the behind-the-scenes story about how this real-life Presidential Pullman car came about in the Product Announcement Post HERE.

 

 

$59.00

Out of stock

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