Here is a Train-O-Rama from 1953--the scenic background for your train layout.
The OUTER PACKAGING is basically a large paper envelope. It shows aging, creases, and a stain of some sort. The edges are soft and worn. One side edge is partially detached.
Most of the cardboard pieces are in very good shape. There are a few with some flaws as pictured.
The TWO CORNER PIECES (A and E) are in great shape. I am not sure they have been used.
The piece with the D slots (and North Hill Weavers in the background) is in good shape with a few soft areas from use. There are a couple of tack holes towards the bottom, and two small pieces of Scotch tape on the back.
The piece with the B slots has some light wear on the edges and a very small tear at one bottom corner. Has a little softness. It looks great.
The piece marked for the C slots looks nice with some minor softness on edges.
The factory piece has clear tape holding the top part down to the back--the right side of the corner section. It can probably come up if you are careful--I will leave that to you. There is a piece of clear tape on the mid top section as well.
The larger factory piece has a few creases in it and some clear tape on the tabs of one end. The tape will likely not come up without taking some paper with it, but it can be trimmed.
The STORE BUILDINGS unit has clear tape on the trees. I am not sure if it will come up without taking trees with it. Hard to see. Not sure why it is there. There are two paper rubs where the paper came up in the green of the trees. One tab is creased pretty significantly. There is a little softness to the edges, but it looks good overall.
The two smaller tree units are in good shape.
The log cabin section is in excellent condition.
The Power Station section has some paper rubs in the gray top part and on one side. There is clear tape on the right side where the main paper rub is.
That is everything that is here.