The mission of the HO-Scale Trains Resource is to provide information relating to the history of ready-to-run model trains. Specific product lines are presented with their own individual websites that provide the viewer with a look at what each company offered the model railroading hobby. Launched in 2000 with the “TYCO Trains Resource,” The HO-Scale Trains Resource has for over a decade been dedicated to being the foremost online resource of information regarding ready-to-run 1/87th model trains in the world.
Locomotives, AHM, AHM Locomotives
AHM GE U25C
This six-axle version of General Electric’s first U-boat, AHM’s U25C came from Rivarossi in Italy in the mid-1960s. Considered one of the best diesel models included in AHM’s catalog, this model remains a favorite among collectors today.
Rolling Stock, ATT, ATT Rolling Stock
AT&T HO Boxcar
Another Roco-made freight car from American Train & Track was this 40-foot sliding door boxcar.
Train Sets, Mantua, Mantua Train Sets
Mantua’s Santa Fe “War Bonnet” Express
One of six train sets included in Mantua’s 1994 catalog was its Santa Fe “War Bonnet” Express.