Lionel's no. 228 Canadian National Alco diesel

An improved promotional engine deserving of more attention
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In the years after World War II, Lionel strengthened its presence in Canada by working closely with the heads of its sales office in Toronto. Roy Clarke and his son, William, represented the toy train giant and made sure Lionel had a significant pres...

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