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Links to specific HO items in catalogs at myflyertrains.org Photos of selected items from the collections of many Gilbert HO Collectors Short articles on the production of various items including variations and unusual items Sections on imitations and reproductions of Gilbert American Flyer HO products
I have an American Flyer HO steam locomotive and tender. It is a 4-6-4 Hudson with smoke & choo choo in the tender. (S.I.T.). There are no numbers on the outside or front of the engine. The only ID for the engine is the date May 11, 1948 painted on the upper inside of the boiler shell.
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AMERICAN FLYER American Flyer (AF) Parts List (reproductions) Check Out A.C. Gilbert HO Parts Below
The Gilbert Gallery American Flyer S-Scale Engines: The engines made by Gilbert fall into four general categories: - Steam engines - Diesel engines (scroll down) - GE EP-5 Electric - hand cars and track maintenance cars: Gilbert made nine different types of steam engine as shown below. - 4-4-2 Atlantic - 4-6-2 Pacific - 4-6-4 Hudson
One of the most beloved of all model train brands, American Flyer's storied history begins in 1907, and stretches to today. American manufactured trains in both Wide Gauge (Standard Gauge) before World War II and then after the war, made a bold move and created a new scale / gauge - S Gauge trains. This new scale fell