The world’s greatest train meet in York, PA. Sponsored by Eastern Division TCA.
Toy Trains and Other Old Stuff vintage toy auction specialists. Buy and sell rare trains!
Thanksgiving Weekend Model Train Show. Sponsored by Train Clubs of America.
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Mint—Brand New: all original; unused and unblem- ished.
Factory New—Brand New: all original; unused; may evidence factory rubs and the slightest evidence of handling, shipping and having been test run at the factory.
Like New—Complete all original: no rust, no miss- ing parts; may show effects of being on display and/or age; may have been run.
Excellent—all original: minute scratches and paintnicks; no rust and no missing parts; no distortion of componentparts.
Very Good: Minor scratches and paint nicks, minorspots of surface rust, free of dents. May have minor parts re- placed.
Good—Sign of play wear: scratches and minor paint loss. Small dents, minor surface rust. Evidence of heavy use.
Fair: Scratched, moderate paint loss, dented missing parts, surface rust. Evidence of heavy use.
Poor—Requires major body repair: Heavilyscratched, major rust and missing parts. Restoration candidate.
Restoration required. Finally, Junk!
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Toys Trains and Other Old Stuff is a business with over eighteen years experience in the vintage toy industry. Owner Wylie Stivers has been selling on Ebay and buying locally and all across the Midwest since 1998. We are armed with extensive knowledge through dealing in such items and having seen tens of thousands of toys and trains during that time.
Project Roar Publishing is dedicated to preserving the history of hobby collectibles, in particular, the miniature electric trains produced by the Lionel Corp., through careful use of original documents and expert observations.