So I see that most are too young to have played with Hornby clockwork in the 50s. Brother & I bought ours as soom as possible post the war. Had 2 attics on top floor where we could keep layouts.
My brother managed to find a boxed set of same vintage for me 2 years ago (what great value compared to modern prices), so sparked my interest. Then I discovered there were electric trains of same vintage and older.
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