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  1. It looks like very old Jouef stuff. Many moons ago, I had the same black steam loco. Unfortunately I lost it.
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  2. If you really want to know (and I'm sure you don't), there's a very good and comprehensive value calculator at Measuring Worth The good news is that you are BOTH right, anywhere between £22 and £77 is a "right" answer for £1 in 1960. It depends on whether you take how much other stuff you could buy for your pound, how much it's worth relative to the average wage, or any of half a dozen other ways of measuring that very non- linear illusion called money. They also did very foreshortened carriages and diesels. I suspect the set with two brakevans is not the original configuration.
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  3. Looking good... It's actually quite simple to post a video - when you know how - just click on the 'film strip' on the far right of the 'controls' when you're posting - between the 'picture frame' and the 'speech bubble' - paste the link for the video in the box that pops up and click OK. If you 'hover' the cursor over the film strip, you should find that it reveals itself as Insert Video.
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