American Flyer model toy trains were first sold in 1907 as wind-up toys of "O" gauge train tracks, according to The Train Collectors Association. William Frederick Hafner and William Ogden Coleman made and marketed the t... More »

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Some collectible American Flyer train sets are the wide-gauge line of premium electric models such as American Legion, President’s Special and Mayflower, launched by the company in 1925 under the name "Wonder Trains." Ju... More »

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RFG Co., a company that produces parts and supplies for American Flyer trains, lists American Flyer repair technicians on its website. American Flyers collectors can also send trains and other parts that need service to ... More »

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Basic layout ideas for model trains include arranging the tracks in a continuous loop, point to point or from one station. Another possible arrangement is the out-and-back, where the train leaves a station and goes throu... More »

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RFG Co., a company that produces parts and supplies for American Flyer trains, lists American Flyer repair technicians on its website. American Flyers collectors can also send trains and other parts that need service to ... More »

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Lionel trains are toy electric trains originally manufactured by the Lionel Corporation. Inventor Joshua Lionel Cowen founded the corporation in 1900. The very first Lionel train was a one-off, created as a store window ... More »

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Some collectible American Flyer train sets are the wide-gauge line of premium electric models such as American Legion, President’s Special and Mayflower, launched by the company in 1925 under the name "Wonder Trains." Ju... More »

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