16-Piece N-Scale Railroad Layout Graduated Pier Set Train Accessory by Hawthorne Village

16-Piece N-Scale Railroad Layout Graduated Pier Set Train Accessory by Hawthorne Village

  • A dynamic 16-piece graduated pier set to expand the dimensions of your N-scale layout, available from The Bradford Exchange, Hawthorne Village Division
  • This heirloom-quality N-scale train accessory is meticulously crafted by master artisans with precision detailing and adds elevation to any track configuration – figure eight, oval or round
  • The graduated pier heights in this Bachmann N-scale set are designed with extra wide bases and pivoting top track support to accommodate the angle of the track – your train will enjoy smoother operation, even for larger cars and longer train sets
  • Assembles quickly and easily without screws, nails or special tools, and operates on floors, tables or carpets
  • Easily attaches to your existing N-scale layout, with no screws, nails or special tools required

Do you want to bring a whole new dimension to your N-scale layouts? Now you can expand the configuration of your train displays with this dynamic 16-piece graduated pier set. Each graduated pier tower arrives with a coordinating base and bracket and features a snap-together system. This Bachmann N-scale train accessory makes the perfect addition to your collection, and is available from The Bradford Exchange, Hawthorne Village Division. Each piece of this graduated pier set is meticulously craft

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INDIAN CLUBS AND HOW TO USE THEM (1866):: A NEW AND COMPLETE METHOD FOR LEARNING TO WIELD LIGHT AND HEAVY CLUBS, GRADUATED FROM THE SIMPLEST TO THE MOST COMPLICATED EXERCISES, ILLUSTRATED.

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