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Beautiful thread of information - thank you.  In the early 50's we had a 44' long train table loaded with Plasticville, I think we had just about every building available at the time.  Today, many still reside on the current train table, some have been repainted but not all.

QUESTION: Have any of you ever seen a plastic Army Barracks.  It was originally dark brown with a yellow roof and doors, but was repainted to match actual  barracks (of which many are still standing).  Here are a few photos from different angles and I hope someone recognizes it.  It did have very small army figures, played with and lost of course. 20210707_10080620210707_10074520210707_100806

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Pete, I love the little black coupe being worked on in front of the garage.

Is that a stock model or has it been customized in some way?

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What is the source of that GULF sign? There was one on the Gulf station in the Northwood Shopping Center in Baltimore. The last time that I drove by a few years ago, it was still there, mostly intact but not functional. It is now a BP station and the sign is gone.

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OGR Publishing, Inc., 1310 Eastside Centre Ct, Suite 6, Mountain Home, AR 72653
330-757-3020

www.ogaugerr.com
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