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    Default Port Of Hollywood - What was that?

    I've heard of this manufacturer called "Port of Hollywood" that made N-scale containers. However, as I understand it, they went out of business before I converted to N-scale and their website has been taken down. Can anyone tell me more about them? What did they release exactly?

    Also, where did they operate out of? I live in the actual Hollywood, CA (Hollywood Blvd is just a 4-block walk from my house) and there's no port here for like 25 miles! Unless they were based in Hollywood, Florida.

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    I can't tell you much but, when I saw their site about 5 years ago I was so impressed I ordered a ton of stuff thinking I had to have a container yard on my pike.

    Most of the pictures are missing, but here is thier old site:
    http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://...fhollywood.com
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