Hornby Trains O Scale Hopper Car in Box It says Goods Van which I believe makes the car and the box not a marriage. I appears to be a hopper or dumper car Equivalent to 0 scale in American. Both the car and box are excellent
This Williams caboose is brand new, other than for me having a look at it. They make a really nice train car and the lighting is exceptional. Dark Brown and black with Porthole style windows, great mechanisms and dual interior lighting, this will look good and run great on anybody's train set.
Lionel 1974 Pa. Combo Bag & Pass Car 6-9510 New? C-8
Well the box shows that its been moved from here to there as the years rolled by from 1974, when this car was released, until today. The box is still very good, but you can tell its been handled, but not the train car. This Lionel 6-9510 Pennsylvania Combination Baggage and Passenger car looks to me like it never made it onto the tracks. The car is in excellent condition and is a real gem considering its age. Want a car that none of your friends will likely have? Here's a beauty.
Sometimes you don't need the whole train. Sometimes an old time classic like this Santa and Snowman Operating Handcar is all you really need on your track. Released in 1994, these guys are like new and will run and run and run because they are made by Lionel. Great for under the tree.
Here is a very hard to find, brand new, never run set of 3 classic Loinel 0-27 Box Cars. The set was released in 1999 with the number 6-29282 and contains 1 each of the following. 1 #29284 Seaboard, 1 #29283 NYC and 1 #29285 Great Northern. All three cars have operating doors with sturdy metal door guides, magnetic couplers, Die cast trucks and metal brake wheels. The paint jobs are authentic down to the finest detail. All three box cars come in their individual Lionel boxes and are packed together in the 6464 Archive packaging. All in great unused condition and ready to roll on your track just in time for Christmas.
Lionel The General Train Set With Smoke And Whistle C10
If you want a really great train under your tree this Christmas, here is one we know you'll love. The General by Lionel is a replica of the old steam engines that once huffed and puffed their way across the American frontier during the 1800's. This train is a replica of engine number 213 which belonged to the famed Union Pacific Railroad. The bright red color of the locomotive could be seen from miles away and great plumes of smoke poured from her stack as she pulled her load of cars down tracks that slashed strait through the mountains of California and cut a path across the desserts of the great southwest. This set is brand new except for a couple of trips around the tracks here at our shop, just to make sure we had everything figured out and new how the stuff worked in case someone were to need our help later. The engine and tender came together in the same box and still have their papers and their fancy blue Lionel ribbons with them in the box. This engine features a three-position switch, traction wheels, a working headlight and even makes smoke - Lots of smoke! (You'll need to get some smoke fluid because the little bottle we had planned to send along in the box is flammable and can't go out in the regular mail. Anybody that sells trains in your area will have lots of it, so check them out. The tender matches the engine's color and has a great looking woodpile replica load on its back. The next two pieces are ones we chose especially for this set. The first is the Union Pacific Pony Express car, which has a fantastic train whistle, built right in. The car is exactly like the ones pulled by the trains in California back in the 1800's. Next in line is the matching Union Pacific Caboose, which not only has a lighted interior, it smokes too. There is a chimney to replicate a wood stove inside and the smoke comes out the stack on the roof. I can tell you first hand, when this train is puffing down the track, she is a sight to see and hear. That's why we think this is such a great set. Of course you'll need to have track and a power transformer so you can make this baby go. We have a limited supply of track and transformers, so if you'll tell us the size of the area you have in which to set up your train, we'll let you know what we have available. If for some reason we can't fix you up with what you need, we'll be glad to find you someone trustworthy who can. All these great pieces of Union Pacific Railroad replicas are made by Lionel and one thing I can tell you for sure, if you take care of these trains, they will prove as good as any investment you'll likely find, plus this comes with loads of fun right inside the box!
Second in the limited edition Collectors Series electric railway series produced by Pride Lines Ltd. (USA) for Walt Disney Productions comes the Minnie Mouse Streetcar - 1983 . The historical commemorative streetcar was a very limited issue (under 1,000) and was produced for one year only - 1983. Minnie's green machine (#ER-2) is of all metal construction, hand soldered, with a non-toxic, baked enamel finish and chrome plated motorized chassis. Minnie Mouse, 4-1/2 tall and constructed of high strength zinc and polyester stands on her wooden plaque and summons all to see and enjoy her very own streetcar. Along for the ride is her longtime friend, Daisy Duck at the controls and the Three Little Pigs, a portion of the 101 Dalmation Family and the Big Bad Wolf climbs onto the rear! The Big Bad Wolf is constructed from metal castings, the remaining passengers are cast from high strength polyester. All figures are hand painted to perfection. The O gauge Disney streetcar is a full 11 long and 7 to the top of its trolleypole. It is powered by a high quality permanent magnet motor and a 30 to 1 worm gear drive of Pride Lines design and manufacture, although never used. It is presented on a 5-1/2 x 16 wooden display plaque and comes in original shipping box. I am unable to display all pictures, so if you need more information, please let me know.... Sugar and Spice and Everything Nice
This streetcar (yellow #ER-1) was the first in a limited edition Collectors Series electric railway series produced by Pride Lines Ltd. (USA) for Walt Disney Productions. The historical commemorative streetcar was a very limited issue (under 1,000) and was produced for one year only - October 1981 through October 1982, The Tencennial Year . This streetcar is of all metal construction, hand soldered, with a non-toxic, baked enamel finish. Of course the star of the show is Mickey Mouse, 4-1/2 tall and holding a nickel-plated Tencennial Medallion. The rest of the Disney gang is along for the ride including Donald at the controls, Pluto, Minnie, Goofy with a fistful of balloons, Pinocchio on the rear platform,and Huey, Dewey and Louie. The figures are cast from high-strength polyester and hand painted to perfection. The O gauge Disney streetcar is a full 11 long and 7 to the top of its trolleypole. It is powered by a high quality AC-DC wide radius tinplate style motor of Pride Lines design and manufacture, although never used. It is presented on a 5-1/2 x 16 wooden display plaque and comes in original shipping box. I am unable to display all pictures, so if you need more information, please let me know.... Don't miss the trolley