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Empire Builder Miniatures

MFG1040

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For years, Empire Builder players have been demanding playing pieces representative of the trains they love. Instead of the usual pawns, players can now use white metal train miniatures that are based on famous trains from America's past. The Empire Builder Miniatures package includes four locos: the Big Boy, the J, the GP 30 and the Consolidated. Each is designed for use by players of Empire Builder and related games and/or as adult collectibles. -Not for persons under 18 years of age.

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