Lionel Standard Gauge #80 Automatic Semaphore with Red Base. When

connected to the special track section (included), the semaphore arm will move

upward to the red position while the train passes by. This semaphore was serviced

and operated properly. The height is 16". Circa 1930’s. (Item #30593) $60 includes

Shipping to 48 contiguous states.




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Dorfan Circuit Breaker This is a unique accessory that looks interesting. It was tested and operated properly. This Dorfan Circuit Breaker is housed in a somewhat distressed but original die cast housing that is a replica of an actual railroad switchgear box. When the current that is passing through the two clips exceeds 6.5 amperes, the breaker will trip, causing an open circuit. The last two pictures show the test setup, using a light bulb in parallel with a Lionel #95 Rheostat. The load setup is driven by one of four ZW transformer outputs. The picture of the first test setup shows a normal load, with the switch on the breaker set to the right of center. In the second test, the voltage has been increased so as to produce a load of 6.5 amps, and the breaker trips to the center position. This breaker is very easy to use and operates at a trip level that should properly protect your valuable trains. A truly unique collector item. We have only seen this one in 25 years of selling toy trains. The casting is deteriorated and has been repaired. Circa 1930’s.(Item #30415) $80 includes Shipping to 48 contiguous states.





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​​​​​Lionel Standard Gauge #115 Lionel City Passenger Station
This Lionel Standard Gauge #115 Lionel City Passenger Station is in the Late Colors, Ivory with a Red Roof and Base. The station has illumination and a Train Stop Control. The Station measures 14"x9"x8.5" and it was made in the late 1930's. 
(Item #30508) $375 Includes Shipping to the 48 contiguous states.








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Ives Standard Gauge Brown Cataloged Passenger Set #691R includes:
1) 3235R Electric Locomotive
2) 184 Pullman Club Car
3) 186 Observation Car
The engine has electrically operated reverse and operating headlight. The cars are illuminated. Made in the early 1920's, the set is not only rare, but is in far better than typical condition. The reverse unit is modern. The set measures about 3-1/2 ft in length. (Item #30505) $295 includes Shipping to 48 contiguous states.






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Standard Gauge Trains and Accessories for Sale

​​​​Lionel Standard Gauge #8E Electric Locomotive
Dual Headlights and Electrically Operated Reverse. This engine is in the desirable Red Color, with Brass Trim. It was nicely restored. The locomotive was track tested and runs well in forward and reverse, as shown in the YouTube video. Circa late 1920's. 
(Item #30604) SOLD








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Vintage Toy Trains and Books for Sale

​​​Lionel Standard Gauge Maroon Passenger Set includes the following:
1) 380 St. Paul Type Electric Locomotive, Dual Headlights, Manual Reverse
2) 319 Pullman Car
3) 319 Pullman Car
4) 322 Observation Car
This Maroon Set has Illuminated Cars with 200 Series Trucks. The set shows considerable playwear, but after being cleaned and serviced, it  can be seen to be good running order. It measures almost 5 feet in total length.  Made in the mid-1920’s. (Item #30508) SOLD






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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Lionel Standard Gauge Catalogued Stephen Girard Passenger Set #378W - 

​#392E Steam Locomotive with Chugger, #392W Coal Tender with Whistle, Gun metal Grey - 

​Stephen Girard Passenger Cars, Two-Tone Green

This Standard Gauge Catalogued Set includes:

1) 392E 4-4-2 Steam Locomotive with Chugger

2) 392W 12-Wheel Coal Tender with Whistle

3) 424 Liberty Belle Pullman Car

4) 425 Stephen Girard Pullman Car

5) 426 Coral Isle Observation Car

This Locomotive was made with the rare Chugger, which is much coveted by Lionel Standard Gauge Collectors.  The Two-tone Green Stephen Girard illuminated Passenger Cars are 16 inches long; the set measures 6 feet in length. The set has Nickel Trim. It was made from 1935 to 1939. There are typical playwear scratches; there are replaced pieces on the engine and tender. (Item #30308) $2499 includes Shipping to the 48 contiguous states.













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