This is the description for TYCO Trains.
From the mid-1960s, TYCO’s Mountain Master came with the buyer’s choice of Atlantic Coast Line or Union Pacific F9s.
Introduced in the late 1970s, this popular TYCO HO-scale train set was the beginning for many hobbyists into the world of model railroading.
A blue F9A led The Conrail Freight introduced in TYCO’s 1980 catalog.
When TYCO’s Alco Century 430 diesel was brand new, you could buy The Alco Century Special train set in one of three road names.
Marking the 100th Anniversary of the American Civil War, TYCO introduced two Centennial train sets in 1961.
TYCO introduced its SD24 diesel with this 1977 Comin’ Round The Mountain train set
A new entry in TYCO’s product line in 1981 was the Steel Hauler train set.
Similar to the all-plastic 40-foot reefer car model, this version pre-dates that effort. Mantua-TYCO’s earlier example from the 1950s included a plastic shell with pressed-metal side panels.
One of the very first plastic freight cars from Mantua-TYCO was this 40-foot gondola model.
The covered hopper was a new addition to TYCO rolling stock in 1973 and included decorations released, as well as some that didn’t see regular production.