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.
The Oil Drum Loader is one of the most popular and dependable accessories produced by AF. Easy to install and operate as you move the folk-lift to the rail car with metal barrels. One by one the barrels drop into the gondola.
Set includes 5 barrels, folk-lift with operator, control button, and new repro box.
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.
472 Santa Fe PA Diesel
This is the second of two 472's. While this unit is a good runner it may need an additional tune-up. Unit has typical small scratches, but decals are nice. A little wear on "Built by Gilbert" at the back of the unit. The small Santa Fe square decal under the cab window is missing on one side.
716 American Flyer Lines Hopper
The 716 operating side car hopper is the rare one with the gray-painted sheet metal base and body inside. It has one two-piece brakewheel and link couplers. AFL's and 716 black logos very nice. Car is activated by a 712 contact attached to outside rail. Comes with original box, wrap, instructions, 712 and button.
315 PRR 4-6-2 Pacific
The 315 was introduced in 1952. It has a 4-piece die-cast boiler with smoke and choo-choo. A 4-position e-unit is in the die-cast tender housed with an air chime whistle. There is a working headlight , sliding pick up shoes for better whistle contact, and link coupler. Operates well and cosmetically nice as are Logos.
466 AFL Comet PA Diesel
Very nice 466 Comet diesel with power by one double-worm drive motor. Made from 1953-55, the Comet's paint is in excellent condition with minimal play wear. Runs great with four- position e-unit. It has a working headlight, plastic horn, metal steps and knuckle couplers at the front and rear. This is a nice Comet for your operation.
370 GM GP-7 Switcher Diesel
Classic 370 GP-7 diesel with link coupler bar. The double-worm drive motor operated the 2 diecast wheel trucks and a 4-position e-unit controlled direction. The diesel is lite with front and rear plastic # boards. Switcher operates well and all decals in good condition. 370 has red weight mounted inside frame over power truck. Paint great.
734 AF Operating Boxcar
Excellent 734 Boxcar with complete set of accessories. The red operating car is in good working condition and includes blue uniform worker, button, connector, two metal crates, wrap and box. The cars has mounted doors with metal guides anchored with rivets, sheet metal frame and trucks, link couplers and 2-piece brake wheel.
21085 Reading Lines
The 4-6-2-Pacific has a black painted plastic body/tender. Metal bell above operating headlight and die-cast drivers, white walls with Pull-mor tires on rear. Smoke and choo-choo in boiler with a two position reverse unit on motor back. Tender attaches to engine by hooking draw-bar over screw. Engine wires are attached to a plug that is inserted into tender.
900 Northern Pacific Combine
Beautiful 900 Combine passenger car for your 1956-57 NP Alco set. Knuckle couplers and silver finished 4-wheel trucks. Red and black Ying/Yang logos and lettering are excellent. The paint on this 900 is also excellent with dark green-light green/white format. Car is lighted. Windows and silhouettes perfect. This is a nice addition to your set. $145.00
The 8B transformer of 100 watts was introduced in 1946 and in production until 1952. It has a dark gray oval sheet metal case. Green and red plastic bubbles over pilot lights with black reset button. The throttle is red metal with a black wooden handle extension. It has 3 brass binding posts and built-in circuit breaker. It is in good working condition.
The 4-8-4 Northern runs good and shows its age with small playwear. The 4-piece die-cast engine has white lettering with a metal generator and bell on boiler top. It has smoke and choo-choo, operating headlight, all wire hand rails, number boards and red plastic tube in white painted smoke stack. Knuckle couplers and 4-wire plug with fifth wire for smoke. Layout nice.
The American Flyer accessory is one of the favorites on the layout. This Signal Tower is in excellent condition for the collector. As you can see, the gray base with decal, white building structure and red trim is real clean. The unit is topped off with a crackle-finished green roof with black stack. Has light. You will like this Tower.
he 486 Santa Fe PA is in good condition. It needs a new nose logo decal which I'm supplying for the new owner. The 486 PA has an operating headlight, original paint as well as nice lettering. The rear PA unit will make a good replacement or complete your Santa Fe diesel set.
Here is a 2 for 1 item with the 593 illuminated Signal Tower and rare #101 Colber automatic Gateman accessory for your layout. Both items are sheet medal in construction. They are in very nice condition. The Gateman includes the track trip connector and original box.
The 583 Crane was an early AF accessory made from 1946 to 1949. It operates with a one button control and comes with a gray tray medal bin. Motor equipped with a sequence reverse unit. This unit is in excellent condition and has seen very little use. Great addition to your classic layout.
The Oil Drum Loader is one of the most popular accessories ever produced by AF. Easy to install and operate as you move the forklift rail car with metal barrels, one by one, and transport them to a gondola car. The unit is in good operating condition and comes with original control button. Great layout piece.
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.
732 Operating Baggage Car
Green unpainted 732 Operating baggage car in good condition. White lettering nice. Working link couplers, blue figure and door mechanism. Usual scratches on top of car. Baggage loading platform not included. Trackside pickup and small metal cubes not included. Photo shows slight hump in middle of car.
49015 Westside Lumber Animated Flatcar
Sold one, and here's another! Brand new Animated AF Moe & Joe Westside lumber car. Issued by Lionel in 2004-05. Never operated and taken out of box to photograph. Comes with connector wire, button and lumber tray.
342AC NKP 0-8-0 Switcher
The 342AC was made from 1949-51, and has die-cast body and tender. It has smoke and choo-choo in the boiler, operating headlight and working lamp at the rear of tender. The e-unit is in tender, with a 4-way wire plug into engine. The Switcher has link couplers and wire bar on front to couple other cars. Logos are excellent as well as overall black paint. Smokes and runs well.
The B & O Royal Blue - 1950
This Royal Blue has cast rails and was made in 1950. The engine has large block letters on locomotive and tender. Engine runs fine. E-unit is in tender and operates good. This engine has a working headlight, but no smoke or choo-choo. Paint and logos have minor scratches. Most scratches on the tender faceplate.
481 Silver Flash Alco PA
The 481 Alco was revised in 1956 and includes diesel roar and horn in the A-unit. One power truck includes a double-worm-drive motor. Alco has Pull-mor tires, operating headlight, 4-position e-unit, and knuckle couplers. Has small playwear, cosmetically nice, and runs well. Diesel Roar is loud
925 Gulf Tankers
There are two 925's, the Type II in the foreground has a plastic base and the rear one a metal frame. Single dome tankers were made from 1952 to 1957 The silver with black lettering tanks rode on sintered-iron side frames and had knuckle couplers.
Both for $55.00