HUGE Lot of American Flyer Trains, 4 Engines Plasticville Stockyard Barrel Depot

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  • Item Category: Toys, Dolls, Games & Puzzles
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Feb 16,2013
  • Channel: Online Auction

HUGE LOT of Model Railroad Trains, Track,Buildings and More!
Here's a list of what's included, but don't miss all the photos!

If you'd like to see more, we will email you a word document with over 90 photos!

This entire collection comes with a Beautiful custom made, dual level wooden storage box.

American Flyer Passenger Train (green & silver)

· Rocket Engine #474 & #475

· Green Vista Dome Car #962G (3 total)

· Green Observation Car #963G

American Flyer Freight Train

· Silver Diesel Engine #371

· White and Red Box Car #633 (sliding doors)

· Hopper Car #640

· Red Cattle Car (sliding doors, came with the Stock Yard)

· Searchlight Car #634

· Yellow Box Car #639

· Log Unloading Car (lifts to empty logs)

· Industrial Brownhoist Crane Car #644

· Caboose #638

American Flyer Steam Engine #312 with Coal Car (displayed in custom case)

Plasticville Town

· Hardware/Pharmacy

· Supermarket

· Green House with White Roof

· School

· Gas Station

· Barn with Silo

· Yellow House with White Roof, and Tree

· Airport with 2 planes

· Church with Steeple

· 5 and 10 Store

· Farm Animals with Farmer & Fence

· Railroad Signs, etc.

· Outhouse, Pond with Bridge

· Water Tower (Lionel)

· Hospital with Beds, Chairs, Sinks, etc.

Electric Buildings

· Red Roof House with Interior Light

· Stock Yard with 4 Cattle each: brown, black/white

· Light-up Sign for Ringling Bros & Barnum & Bailey

· Light-up Green/Red Signal Tower with House

· Light-up White Signal Tower

· Oil Barrel Depot with Forklift, Man, & 5 Barrels


· Boxes of track (straight, curved, switches, cross tracks, etc.)

· Power supplies, Transformer, Metal Clips, Misc.

· Metal Bridge

· Trestle set (24 pieces)

Instruction books

· Model Railroad Track and Layout

· Gilbert American Flyer Instruction Book

· Instructions for Assembling and Operating American Flyer 3/16” Scale Trains and Equipment

· American Flyer Operating Instructions for Remote Control Track Switches

There are more photos of the rearview on each building. Feel free to email us for more information!

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