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Cory, I bought a bag full of subway engine replacement bulbs with the plastic casings a few years ago from my local train store, ready to roll. I just went and checked my parts drawer, but the part number that was written on the bag faded away and I can’t read it.  Sorry!  Give mth parts department  a call tomorrow and ask for midge.  They sell the bulb and the casing together, not separate.

Cory, I bought a bag full of subway engine replacement bulbs with the plastic casings a few years ago from my local train store, ready to roll. I just went and checked my parts drawer, but the part number that was written on the bag faded away and I can’t read it.  Sorry!  Give mth parts department  a call tomorrow and ask for midge.  They sell the bulb and the casing together, not separate.

Ok thanks. I’ll call her tomorrow.

@BillYo414 posted:

Nice! Glad you were able to get them. See if the replacement bulbs have a few digits on them. These would be the trade numbers. It might also just be the specs. Now you can write them down, place the notebook where "you'll remember" and then search for it when the bulb burns out in 5 years and not be able to find it.

That's usually how it goes for me

Yeah, she gave me the part number and the specs. I ordered a dozen just to have extra! If anyone else needs it here’s the number if anyone needs it: CG-0000018 - (18v) (3.0x6.6mm bulb)

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