TYCO Train Sets
Offered primarily in the 1970s, “The Golden West” was one of two TYCO train sets to employ 1860s and 1890s offerings from the company’s line.
First found in TYCO’s 1986 catalog is the “Railroad Empire” train set.
Debuting in 1988, this was last fantasy road name in TYCO’s line and final new look for the C-430 diesel.
Introduced in 1976 with the return of TYCO’s Shark Nose was the Midnight Special train set series.
Introduced in 1971, TYCO’s Super Over & Under train set featured a Burlington GP20 and was a more elaborate version of the Over & Under set introduced in 1967.
Featuring on the cover of TYCO’s 1980 catalog, the Golden Eagle train set was a well-appointed offering that gave many young modelers a start in the hobby.
A 1990 release from TYCO was this Chessie System decorated Turbo Train set.
Introduced in 1980, TYCO’s “Big Logger” train set enjoyed at least two versions and appeared in the HO-scale electric train line for four years.
A 1950s TYCO train set release was “The General” that included a 4-4-0 steam locomotive.
TYCO’s first TV show-licensed offering of the 1980s was its popular G.I. Joe Electric Train & Battle Set release introduced in 1983.