748 Overhead Footbridge
Very nice Overhead Footbridge for your layout. It was produced from 1951 to 1952. The bluish-silver painted sheet - metal is in nice shape with minor scratches. There is the usual American Flyer decal at one end of the middle span. The bridge will span two tracks. The Footbridge was made by Colber for Gilbert.
973 is one of the popular Gilbert operating cars that was cataloged in 1956-57. The white painted car has strong black lettering and is in good operating condition. Set includes button, rail connector, metal milk stand with 4 cans. Has knuckle couplers and one piece brakewheel. Comes in non- original white box.
Early 321 Hudson
The early 1946-47 Hudson was retrofitted with smoke and choo-choo in the die-cast engine and tender. It has operating headlight and 4-position e-unit in the boiler. The Hudson is a '46 tender Hudson with "New York Central" logo on tender. It rode on 6-wheel trucks and has a thin-shank link coupler at the rear. Hudson has brass buttons on chassis bottom. Operates well.
Another interesting and popular accessory made by AF was the Cow-on-the Track. Easy to install and operate as your train stops as it approaches the cow. This is a brown cow that is harder to find. Box has wear, but contains everything you need including the control button, 707 contact, and fiber pins for the track to stop and start the locomotive.
787 Log Loader (49810 Lionel/AF Reissue)
The Lionel/American Flyer is a Reissue of the original ACG 787. Reintroduced in 2004/05. It has a light brown base, with gray platform/legs, yellow shed and red roof. It comes in the reissue box, 4 og,operator and control button. The unit is relatively new and runs well. Motor and cam lift logs by a hook drops them into a car waiting on the track below. Nice accessory.
336 4-8-4 Northern-large motor
The 336 Northern made from 1953-57. 336 has large motor with e-unit and airchime whistle in die-cast tender. Has usual headlight, smoke choo-choo and knuckle coupler. Logos great "American Flyer Lines" and "Union Pacific" in Herald. Has 5th wire and Pull-mor traction tires on drive wheels .Runs well.
577 Circus Whistling Billboard
The AF 577 Circus Whistling Billboard is in good condition and comes with control button, but no box. The base painted green is excellent. Billboard has 2 working lights in the base. Originally, 577 was made prior to WWII, and introduced again in 1946 through 1950.
302AC Atlantic 4-4-2
This 302AC is clean and runs great. It has been completely checked and smokes with super sounding choo-choo. The 4-position e-unit is housed in the plastic tender. Engine is diecast, has operating headlight, and bright numbers under the cab. Logo AFL's facing you has a light "R" in American. No other out- standing marks on engine.
AF 566 Whistling Billboard
This beautiful AF 566 Whistling Billboard is ready for your layout. It has a light green metal base with a perfect white frame around the Santa Fe Alco and Hudson. This non-lighted Billboard was produced from 1951 to 1955. Sorry, I don't have the box, but it does have the button.