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Old 12-01-2019, 03:43 PM   #1
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Pennsylvania flyer vs Pennsylvania Keystone Special?

Anyone know of any major differences between these two sets? I originally saw the keystone special and liked the quality of the locomotive but now I am enjoying the look of the flyer. So wondering if they are the same quality. Looking at this for my first set
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Looks like they're about the same other than there being a searchlight car in the Keystone set. Bear in mind they've been making the same basic sets with slightly different markings for quite some time. If you find an older one, there's a chance it could be conventional vs. Lionchief remote equipped.
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