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Vintage O Scale Plasticville Pink Ranch House Building
Vintage O Scale Plasticville Pink Ranch House Building
25.00 USD


Model Railroader april 1952
Model Railroader april 1952
2.00 USD


1960 Model Railroader Magazine: How to Run Your Railroad/Car Distribution
1960 Model Railroader Magazine: How to Run Your Railroad/Car Distribution
1.00 USD


764 helpful hints for model railroaders, culled from the Kinks columns of Model railroader magazine., Bob Warren
764 helpful hints for model railroaders, culled from the Kinks columns of Model railroader magazine.
Bob Warren
2.50 USD


Railroad Magazine February 1938 Vol. 23 No 3
Railroad Magazine February 1938 Vol. 23 No 3
3.00 USD


World of Modern Trains  Guy R. Williams, Guy R. Williams
World of Modern Trains Guy R. Williams
Guy R. Williams
150.00 USD


ARNOLD RAPIDO 0023 2 TRACK PLANS : Model Railroading Handbook 1970 ENGL X03-1370   ARNOLD RAPIDO 0023 2 TRACK PLANS : Model Railroading Handbook 1970
ARNOLD RAPIDO 0023 2 TRACK PLANS : Model Railroading Handbook 1970 ENGL X03-1370 ARNOLD RAPIDO 0023 2 TRACK PLANS : Model Railroading Handbook 1970
30.00 USD


PLASTICVILLE USA VINTAGE O-GAUGE TRAIN SCENERY BANK PARTS BOXED, Plasticville U.S.A
PLASTICVILLE USA VINTAGE O-GAUGE TRAIN SCENERY BANK PARTS BOXED
Plasticville U.S.A
45.00 USD


 

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1960 Model Railroader Magazine: How to Run Your Railroad/Car Distribution
1 1960 Model Railroader Magazine: How to Run Your Railroad/Car Distribution
very good it has 3 spiral binding holes in it for a 3 ring binder.has some edge wear as well. 
Trains 
Price: 1.00 USD
 
 
ARNOLD RAPIDO 0023 2 TRACK PLANS : Model Railroading Handbook 1970 ENGL X03-1370   ARNOLD RAPIDO 0023 2 TRACK PLANS : Model Railroading Handbook 1970
2 ARNOLD RAPIDO 0023 2 TRACK PLANS : Model Railroading Handbook 1970 ENGL X03-1370 ARNOLD RAPIDO 0023 2 TRACK PLANS : Model Railroading Handbook 1970
K.Arnold and co. 1970 spiral excellent, some markings on cover 
ARNOLD RAPIDO 0023 2 TRACK PLANS : Model Railroading Handbook 1970 ENGL X03-1370 BEZEICHNUNG 2 TRACK PLANS : Model Railroading Handbook 1970 ENGLISH 122 pages MIT SCHABLONE HERSTELLER ARNOLD RAPIDO SPUR N (1:160) ARTIKELNR. 0023 ZUSTAND Guter Originalzustand ohne OVP Bitte entnehmen Sie alles Weitere den Fotos. 
Price: 30.00 USD
 
 
Model Railroader april 1952
3 Model Railroader april 1952
Kalmbach publishing. 1952 edgewear, small splits beginning top and bottom of spine otherwise bright bold and tight. 
The Model Railroader began publication in the summer of 1933, with a cover date of January 1934. A press release announcing the magazine appeared in August 1933, but did not receive much interest. The bank refused to loan Kalmbach any money, many felt sorry for him, and a few told him he was crazy. His first wife, Bernice, herself a journalist, encouraged and helped Al put The Model Railroader together. Though they originally saw it as a sideline business to their commercial printing operations, soon they were devoting seven days a week to the venture. The magazine was well received by model railroaders, and the young publisher carried the entire first press run (272 copies) by streetcar to be mailed. By July 1934, paid circulation exceeded 1,000 copies. Growth continued, but the magazine was not an immediate success. The magazine became profitable after three years. It took Kalmbach seven years to pay off the loans used to launch the magazine. World War II introduced paper rationing, which affected the growth of the Kalmbach Publishing Company. At the end of the war, MR's circulation was about 20,000. By 1950, MR's circulation had grown to more than 100,000, thanks in part to a boom in interest in model railroading. As of 2007, the magazine had a monthly paid circulation of more than 160,000. The magazine, and Kalmbach Publishing, celebrated its 75th anniversary in 2009. 
Price: 2.00 USD
 
 
Railroad Magazine February 1938 Vol. 23 No 3
4 Railroad Magazine February 1938 Vol. 23 No 3
Frank A. Munsey corp. 1938 cover,binding showing wearfront cover still holding,back cover barely hanging on,inside pages neat,litely tanned, not brittle,great teader, 
Just Trains,babe! 
Price: 3.00 USD
 
 
Thomas the  Engine for Thomas the Tank and Brio Compatible Trains Wooden Railway
5 Thomas the Engine for Thomas the Tank and Brio Compatible Trains Wooden Railway
a bit scuffed here and there,some paint chipping arond the cabin roof 
brio'swood trains are pretty cool and withstand the test of time. 
Price: 0.99 USD
 
 
Vintage O Scale Plasticville Pink Ranch House Building
6 Vintage O Scale Plasticville Pink Ranch House Building
Bachman bros. Missing chimney box all there just.....delicate 
HO from late '50's or the early '60's 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
Lot of 3 AMT train cars.  1.AMT catalog number 2008. Santa Fe 4170 baggage car.  2.AMT catalog number 2005. Santa Fe Indian Arrow observation car., AMT
7 AMT Lot of 3 AMT train cars. 1.AMT catalog number 2008. Santa Fe 4170 baggage car. 2.AMT catalog number 2005. Santa Fe Indian Arrow observation car.

1.AMT catalog number 2008. Santa Fe 4170 baggage car.dors work very good condition,mild scuffing American Model Toys - AMT Passenger Cars. 2.AMT catalog number 2005. Santa Fe Indian Arrow observation car.missing back door maybe a front headlight? 3.AMT catalog number 2004. Santa Fe Buena Vista - Vista Dome.missing dome,both front and rear doors. AMT first offered sand-cast passenger cars in New York Central and Pennsylvania liveries. Then, AMT began producing their famous steamlined extruded aluminum passenger cars, with fluted and smooth roof variations. Included were road names for the Baltimore & Ohio, Chicago & North Western, New York Central, Pennsylvania, Santa Fe, Southern and The Texas Special. The cars measure about 14" from end to end. Pictured on this page are the nine cataloged versions of the Santa Fe passenger cars with smooth roofs. 
Price: 80.00 USD
 
 
764 helpful hints for model railroaders, culled from the Kinks columns of Model railroader magazine., Bob Warren
8 Bob Warren 764 helpful hints for model railroaders, culled from the Kinks columns of Model railroader magazine.
Kalmbach Publishing Co 1977 excellent 
Paperback Publisher: Kalmbach Publishing Co (1977) ASIN: B001UB1WCI Package Dimensions: 11 x 8.1 x 0.2 inches Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces 
Price: 2.50 USD
 
 
World of Modern Trains  Guy R. Williams, Guy R. Williams
9 Guy R. Williams World of Modern Trains Guy R. Williams
Japan RainbirdReference books Ltd. 1970 0233962271 / 9780233962276 Very fine very fine 
Synopsis: This work investigates at length the world of model railroads--the psychology and skills of the model makers, the exacting fidelity of their creations in reproducing the originals, and especially their methods of work. The book contains photographs, illustrations, list for further reading, and an index. Includes: How railways began, origins of railway modeling, gauges and scale, locomotives and motorized units, making model locomotives, clockwork, friction, steam, electricity, coaches and freight cars, layouts, track, stations and other buildings, signals, landscape, outdoor and garden railways, operation. 
Price: 150.00 USD
 
 
High speed lot of N Guage train cars.* cars and 5 boxes, High Speed
10 High Speed High speed lot of N Guage train cars.* cars and 5 boxes
High Speed 1999 8 train cars 5 boxes somes showing some wear. 
1.Locomotive caboose (no engine) 2.2 tankers 3.caboose 4.Coal car 5.Freight car 6.dangerous chemical car 7.loading car 
Price: 40.00 USD
 
 
Leiji matsumoto's,galaxy Express die-cast train,model no.444 w/box, Leiji Matsumoto
11 Leiji Matsumoto Leiji matsumoto's,galaxy Express die-cast train,model no.444 w/box
Japan ST excellent,missing tiny nose piece from the front,mild scuffing Box worn out missing plastic window, slightly soled a wavy still solid. Leiji Matsumoto 
If boat can fly why not train i bought this in Omiya,Japan, in 1989 
Price: 50.00 USD
 
 
Louis Marx:Plastic railroad accessory set, LouisMarx
12 LouisMarx Louis Marx:Plastic railroad accessory set
Louis Marx missing 6 telegraph poles,everything within the box in excellent condition Box is looking pretty worn 
VINTAGE ORIGINAL MARX #0430 PLASTIC RAILROAD ACCESSORY SET W/BOX 
Price: 40.00 USD
 
 
PLASTICVILLE USA VINTAGE O-GAUGE TRAIN SCENERY BANK PARTS BOXED, Plasticville U.S.A
13 Plasticville U.S.A PLASTICVILLE USA VINTAGE O-GAUGE TRAIN SCENERY BANK PARTS BOXED
missing side canopy,all in very good shape box still very god with split along one side 
PLASTICVILLE USA VINTAGE O-GAUGE TRAIN SCENERY BANK PARTS BOXED 
Price: 45.00 USD
 


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