TYCO 40-foot Refrigerator Car (metal)
Sold into the mid-1950s, Mantua’s 40-foot steel ice-hatch refrigerator car model featured pressed-metal sides with plastic shell that included roof and end details, as well as stirrup steps. The model carried 313 stock numbering. In fully assembled form, this model was in TYCO’s early product line and carried a $3.95 retail and stock numbering included a “T” prefix.
February 6, 2021
Alco Models returns to the HO-Scale Trains Resource with Alco’s biggest diesels of all.
December 28, 2020
You’ll now find images posted for all AHM 50-foot plug-door boxcar models.
October 4, 2020
From the 1950s comes Ulrich Model kits… new to the HO-scale Trains Resource, the series of rolling stock, vehicles, and structure kits are appearing during October 2020!
September 25, 2020
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.
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