Classic Toy Trains November 2017

Item #CTT171101-C

Celebrate 30 years of Classic Toy Trains with this special expanded issue focusing on trains, families, and timeless values.

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Sharing warm memories of first toy trains
By Roger Carp
Readers recall family members giving them an electric train.

The most iconic products of the past three decades
By Bob Keller
Celebrating some of the symbols of modern toy train operation.

Build a rail yard structure using common materials
By Stanley Trzoniec
Make a modern sand tower for your diesel terminal.

O gauge family values
By Roger Carp
Christopher and Amy Esposito have crafted a compact display to share their background.

Fathers, sons, and Lionel
By Roger Carp
A century of memorable advertising centered on the theme of electric trains uniting families.

The last year of Gilbert American Flyer production
By Mark Suek
Fascinating All Aboard sets showcased the S gauge line after 1965.

Uncovering the secrets of Lionel's showroom

By Roger Carp
Two photographs reveal more about New York City’s landmark display.

Celebrating generations of family operated retailers
By Roger Carp
Six family businesses that hand down a tradition of hobby expertise.

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