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Toy Trains

Two of my Lionel layouts from the early 1980s. There would be one more Lionel layout after these.

Pre-War Lionel Tinplate (1930s-1940s) and Postwar Lionel (1940s).

Lionel and Marx Tinplate (Christmas 1995).

"This is fun!"

American Flyer Rio Grande F9 (1960s) and AF New Haven 4-6-2 (1950s). The autos on the right are by Manoil (1940s). Marx 6" tinplate (bottom).

More Marx 6" tinplate. Wabash gondola is 7". Diner on left is a recent candy tin. Signs are by Marx Trains, Inc.

Some of my new Marx cars. These colorful lithographed tinplate cars are made by Marx Trains, Inc. Note the Sears car (third shelf, center).


More of my toy trains and some lithographed tin toys.

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