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To honor the 35th Anniversary of the Lionel Operating Train Society (LOTS), we are proud to announce the newest addition to our highly prized and sought after Santa Fe series. As shown below, the Warbonnet paint scheme created in 1937 by Electro-Motive Division stylist Leland Knickerbocker has never looked more stunning than it does when applied to a 2-car crane and work caboose set.


Don't miss out on the latest from the Lionel Operating Train Society (LOTS)! The LOTS crane and work caboose set is a “must have” for all LOTS Members, Santa Fe enthusiasts, and model train fans.


Join LOTS today at  and reserve your SF Crane and Caboose set before they are sold out!



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Hi Don,

The set was offered as traditional O-gauge versus O-Scale.  As advertised, each item was approximately 9 inches long. It was a sell out and well received by all who purchased. This set was offered to go along with the majority of Lionel’s SF Warbonnet car line-up. Later this year LOTS will announce a SF Warbonnet single Maxi-Stack in traditional O-gauge. The top container will be the traditional silver/red paint scheme and the lower container will be a “black bonnet” paint scheme.

Happy railroading!

Paula, LOTS

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