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I am new to the forum, I don’t know if this is the right place to post this since the other forum doesn’t seem to be the right place.  

I am looking for the PDF’s from Olsen's Toy Train that some people may have downloaded from his site. Since the quarantine last year, I have been working from home. So, I started to remake the part manuals. Starting with the prewar stuff. I only have some of the prewar motors and miscellaneous items PDFs. If I knew Olsen was going to lose the library, I would have downloaded all of it. I am posting a sample here.   

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Never mind I did not know they had a CD.  I have ordered it.

After I get it I will be able to fill in the missing part numbers. After I make enough pages I was thinking of setting up Wikipedia pages for the lionel manuals. This will prevent what has happened. And give the community a permanent online resource. Here's the next set of pages,

WIP

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@Virginian65 posted:

I used to visit Olsen's library for info on this and that, but I found that once I'd purchased Greenberg's Postwar Lionel Repair book (about $25), almost all diagrams and parts breakdowns for postwar Lionel was there, in clarity and fullness. Don't know about prewar or postwar after the 60's...

There are plenty of lionel service/repair manuals floating around for post-war to present.

I am mainly doing the prewar stuff since there is a lack of diagrams.

I am also going to do some of the post-war stuff that did not have diagrams.

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