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  1. Big American Flyer Collection: Engines, Cars, Building, Track and more

    For Sale or Trade (member-to-member)
    I have big collection of American Flyer engines, cars, building, accessories, transformers, etc that I am selling. They were my dad's and haven't been used in many years. I don't know much about them, we used Lionel trains and these were packed away for most, if not all of my life. I'm asking...
  2. Radio flyer Trains

    S Scale
    Can anyone help, My son has an older "Radio flyer" train set. all the reserach we have done seems to inidicate it is the same as "American flyer" made by Gilbert. Although his set has 3 rail track. I remember my old "American flyer" set was 2 rail and called "S" guage. Can anyone enlighten...
  3. American Flyer cast aluminum Zephyr

    O Scale
    HI all. I was just lucky enough to purchase two Zephyr sets from an older collector. One is a Lionel which I am familiar with. The second is a 9900 or whatever cast aluminum American Flyer with an engine, 2 other cars, and an observation car. Each has the remains of the original numbers and...
  4. American & European Train auction

    For Sale or Trade (member-to-member)
    Hello everyone! There is an excellent auction coming up this Saturday, featuring American & European Trains. click here Thank you, Auctionseek
  5. Request for valuation - American Flyer 4904-T train set

    General Model Train Discussion
    I have a train set from 1949. It is am American Flyer 4904-T S-Gauge Steam Engine and freight cars. All working order, with the original boxes, both the outer box and the insert boxes for all of the cars and parts, and with the original instruction booklet. Great condition train, with all...
  6. Christmas Display in Kings Mountain

    Model Train Photo Gallery
    Just a quick invitation to visit the photo gallery of the 2008-2009 "Trains, Trains, Trains," S-Gauge exhibit at the Kings Mountain Historical Museum in Kings Mountain, NC. Check out the photos and leave a comment at...