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- n. a toy consisting of small models of railroad trains and the track for them to run on
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The train set out in this order from Longwood, passed by the barracks, and was met by the garrison, about 2500 in number, drawn up on the left of the road as far as Hut's Gate.
I had a cowboy’s six-gun, a repeating rifle, construction kit battleships, and a model train set whose open freight cars I packed with tiny soldiers.
Famine which brought fever and other miseries in its train set in, so that tens of thousands of people sank into their graves, many of them dying within the shelter of the poorhouses.