Lionel Electric Trains Identification Guide Sub-Title
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This Identification Guide for Lionel Electric Trains covers the "Post-war Era" only from 1945 until 1969.

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The General Electric E-33 LIONEL TRAINS VIRGINIAN E-33 RECTIFIER No. 2329

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Lionel Trains Virginian E-33 Electric No. 2329

The General Electric E-33The Virginian E-33 Rectifier No. 2329 was Lionel’s only release of this type of engine in during the Post War period. Available in 1958 and 1959, this engine featured a single operating pantograph and magnetic operating couplers, a three position directional unit that controls a single vertical worm drive motor, operating horn, and Magnetraction. It is lighted at both ends. The overhead pantograph could be wired to power this engine.
Produced on a BLUE body, it would have YELLOW painted stripes and heat-stamped lettering. Reproduction shells use a silk screen process. There are no variations.

No. 2329 Box End

This engine will run equally well on O27 Gauge track as well as the larger radius of O Gauge track.

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