Rolling stock includes freight cars (like boxcars, flatcars, gondolas, hoppers, tank cars, and more), passenger cars (like baggage cars, combines, coaches, diners, pullmans and sleepers, observation cars, and more), as well as miscellaneous work equipment (like cranes and dump cars).
TYCO’s 1976 catalog is the 50th Anniversary edition for the company. The TYCO name does not actually date back to 1926, but refers to the formation of Mantua Metal Products.
TYCO’s late 1970s collection of colorful 50-foot plug door boxcar models featuring DC Comics favorites.
An AHM model that is not thought to exist is this 60-foot Single-Door Boxcar announced in the early 1970s.
AHM’s 50-foot Plug-Door Boxcar models make an interesting mix of different toolings and uncommon promotional offerings.
AHM adds this model in the 1980s and it is only known to exist in two road names.
AHM’s 50-foot Combination-Door Boxcar included a plug-door and sliding-door design.
Built using the same steel ends and roof as AHM’s Rivarossi-made 40-foot Boxcar is this Wood-Sheathed Boxcar model.
One of Rivarossi’s freight car models included in AHM’s line was this 40-foot sliding-door boxcar.
AHM’s original 40-foot Boxcar model is this Roco-made sliding-door example introduced in 1961.
A late-1970s production from AHM was labeled its “Metal Boxcar,” though this model was plastic and featured tooling dating to the early-1960s Rivarossi model.