Possibly the premiere train set offering in Life-Like’s original catalog of HO-scale electric trains was its Big Hook release.
An early 1970s Life-Like train set included veteran Varney toolings.
From the mid-1960s, TYCO’s Mountain Master came with the buyer’s choice of Atlantic Coast Line or Union Pacific F9s.
A military-themed HO-scale train set from AHM in the early 1960s.
Introduced in the late 1970s, this popular TYCO HO-scale train set was the beginning for many hobbyists into the world of model railroading.
Lionel’s The Santa Fe train set makes appearances across all of the manufacturer’s 1970s catalogs (1974-1977).
One of four train sets present in Lionel-HO’s 1974 product catalog was The Great Northern with an Alco FA-2 diesel.
A blue F9A led The Conrail Freight introduced in TYCO’s 1980 catalog.
One of two HO-scale trains sets that helped launch Bachmann’s line in 1970 was this F9A-equipped release.
One of two HO-scale trains sets that helped launch Bachmann’s line in 1970 was this GP40 diesel offering.