Inside the Lionel Trains Fun Factory by Robert J. Osterhoff
The History of a Manufacturing Icon and the Place Where Childhood Dreams Were Made

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Do you like Lionel toy trains? Enjoy corporate history? Or just want to take a nostalgic journey back to your childhood?

Then Inside The Lionel Trains Fun Factory: The History of a Manufacturing Icon and The Place Where Childhood Dreams Were Made is for you-delivering a fascinating trip through the rise, fall and rise again of Lionel, one of the manufacturing and pop icons in modern American life. The impeccable research by Lionel historian Robert J. Osterhoff, along with hundreds of unpublished photos and images, tells the history of Lionel's trains, factories, employees and business practices from the late 19th century until today.
 

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Published January 1, 2008 by Project Roar Publishing. 247 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Business & Economics. Non-fiction