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By Lima484 on December 12, 2013
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By GozoGuru on March 24, 2013
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I do not understand your question. the only thing is there are 2 model of tracks. So if you posesse one model it wont connect to the other model.
By Michel on January 4, 2018
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No these are for the newer 384 set not 380. Note your 380 g scale is slightly longer on one side this one isnt
By Ben D. on November 26, 2014
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No, the connectors are not the same. It is the exact same gauge though, meaning your Holiday Express train will run on LGB brass track, but your layout would have to be 100% of one or the other. The way prices are going for these holiday express tracks, though, the LGB option is the much better deal as you will get a… see more No, the connectors are not the same. It is the exact same gauge though, meaning your Holiday Express train will run on LGB brass track, but your layout would have to be 100% of one or the other. The way prices are going for these holiday express tracks, though, the LGB option is the much better deal as you will get a solid metal rail rather than the little flap of metal over plastic rails on the holiday express track. see less No, the connectors are not the same. It is the exact same gauge though, meaning your Holiday Express train will run on LGB brass track, but your layout would have to be 100% of one or the other. The way prices are going for these holiday express tracks, though, the LGB option is the much better deal as you will get a solid metal rail rather than the little flap of metal over plastic rails on the holiday express track.
By Gregson W. Lodge on January 1, 2014
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I'll try to help out if I can - I'm not sure about the numbers 380 and 384. Are these stamped on the track pieces themselves, or on the box perhaps? I will look to let you know. All I know is that the 9 pc set I have fit with my train set purchased in 2000.
By Gregson W. Lodge on January 1, 2014