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Every child has dreamed of owning and operating antique toy trains. Based on that assumption, many manufactures introduced to the public what become today’s antique Toy Trains.

Perhaps the most famous was Lionel, introduced in 1902 by Joshua Lionel Cowan. Spurred by the fascination, other manufactures such as American Flyer, Ives, Marklin, Bing, Marx, J. C. Penny and Sears & Roebuck introduced antique toy trains to the American public. The fasination of collecting antique toy trains has continued thru the ages.

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Lionel trains are unquestionably the greatest name in the history of toy trains. Founded in 1902 by Joshua Lionel Cowen, Lionel was incorporated as the Lionel Manufacturing Company.In his teens,...More Details »
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Description: No. 1800 set. Comes with five cars and its original box. Great set for a great price!
Item #: LUC-63664
Condition: Antique
Price: $200.00
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Description: Engine & tender circa 1936 Forward and reverse work great light is good 265T is correct for the engine
Item #: aln-61623-04
Condition: Antique
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