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450 Signal Bridge
Production: 1952 - 1958
The 450 Signal Bridge is based upon real-life two-track mainline signals frequently seen in the United States in the 1940s and 1950s. It is a reliable accessory and commonly seen on any Lionel layout. Since most 450s were used -- or mounted to -- table-top train layouts, they are usually found in less than collectable condition.
Standard features of the 450 Signal Bridge include: black painted metal structure, two gray plastic base supports and two 450 signal light head. Each 450 signal consists of a die-cast base, one red and one green light, a plastic slide-on housing cover and wires extending from the rear.
Additional Detail, Photos & Box Information
Only Known Variation - Shown in the photo above - All 450s have a black metal structure and two signal heads.
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