Lemax 35550 Creepy’s Bed & Breakfast Spooky Town Building Village Halloween Decor S O Scale

Lemax 35550 Creepy’s Bed & Breakfast Spooky Town Building Village Halloween Decor S O Scale

Part of the Spooky Town collection.
Collectible porcelain lighted building with 4.5 Volt adaptor.
Sights & sounds. Flashing lights simulate lightning. Eerie green light effect coordinated with soundtrack. Soundtrack in English only. Volume control.

$62.99 (as of July 10, 2018, 1:01 pm)

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CREEPY’S BED & BREAKFAST Part of the Spooky Town collection. Collectible porcelain lighted building. With 4.5 Volt adaptor. Sights & sounds. Flashing lights simulate lightning. Eerie green light effect coordinated with soundtrack. Soundtrack in English only. Volume control. Great decor for a Halloween party. This collectible porcelain building can be used to add some Halloween Spirit(s) to your S “scale” American Flyer or O “scale” Lionel toy train layout (not perfectly scaled to either, but why not relax your standards and have some Halloween fun with a spooky railroad?) Intended for use with 120 volt AC household electric current as used in the United States. Users in other countries may require a voltage converter if your household current is 220 volts. Lemax 35550 Approx. size (H x W x D) 10.16 x 8.19 x 6.54 inches 25.8 x 20.8 x 16.6 cm Year Released: 2013 Made of: Porcelain Product type: Porcelain lighted building Control switch: On/Off switch AC Adaptor: With 1.83m cord (6 feet)
Part of the Spooky Town collection.
Collectible porcelain lighted building with 4.5 Volt adaptor.
Sights & sounds. Flashing lights simulate lightning. Eerie green light effect coordinated with soundtrack. Soundtrack in English only. Volume control.
Great decor for a Halloween party.
This collectible porcelain building can be used to add some Halloween Spirit(s) to your S “scale” American Flyer or O “scale” Lionel toy train layout (not perfectly scaled to either, but why not relax your standards and have some Halloween fun with a spooky railroad?)