6 edition of America"s standard gauge electric trains found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Miller, Alllan W., Riddle, Gay.|
|LC Classifications||TF197 .R4868 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||207 p. :|
|Number of Pages||207|
|LC Control Number||98071062|
The S gauge books are still easily found and reprinted, but not the books on the prewar O gauge trains and Wide Gauge trains. Knowing how well the Lionel books in this series were done, I expected the same from this American Flyer offering - it is insanely s: A historical reference and price guide to Standard gauge electric trains. Includes Lionel, American Flyer, Ives, Dorfan and other lesser known companies. Also includes plans for constructing an attractive layout. Collection: Books Object Name: Book Object ID: Lv Publisher: Antique Trader Books Pub Place: Dubuque, IA Pub Date:
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America's Standard Gauge Electric Trains: Their History and Operation, Including a Collector's Guide to Current Values Paperback – September 1, by Peter Riddle (Author), Allan W.
Miller (Editor), Gay Riddle (Editor), out of 5 5/5(4). This complete book covers the history of the Standard Gauge train, describes and values all makes of original Standard Gauge models and their contemporary counterparts, and includes plans for constructing a fully operational layout.
This is simply the best and most comprehensive book on the subject of Standard Gauge model trains. there are some books on Lionel and others on American Flyer, but this book covers nearly every maker of the big Standard Gauge.
The pictures are great and the values are still close enough to be relevant to today's market.5/5(3). The book is en titled America’s Standard Gauge Electric Trains. Peter has done a lot of research documenting the history Standard Gauge trains in this country.
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InLionel introduced a new line of model trains that ran on track with a width (between rails) of inches. In order to power the electric locomotives, the track included a third rail in the middle, which conveyed electricity. After coming up with a slogan that proclaimed “Lionel—Standard of the World,” Lionel named the design “Standard Gauge” and filed a.
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Get this from a library. America's standard gauge electric trains. [Peter Riddle; Alllan W Miller; Gay Riddle] -- More than a historical reference, this volume includes a collector's guide to current values, tips for starting and developing a collection, and plans for constructing functional displays of standard.
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Make Offer - Antique American Flyer Watt Train Transformer + Standard Gauge Track. American Flyer 30 B Transformer. $ +$ shipping. American Flyer R /8" Rim Standard Gauge Tinplate Car Wheel From $ / $ Lionel Long Standard Hook Type Coupler with Ears (). This auction is for a softbound book titled America's Standard Gauge ELECTRIC TRAINS By Peter H.
Riddle. Included in this book are current and accurate, historical references, price guide. The author examines standard gauge trains made by Lionel, America Flyer, Ives, Dorfan and others.
The book is beautifully Rating: % positive. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for America's Standard Gauge Electric Trains: Their History and Operation, Including a Collector's Guide to Current Values at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. One of the oldest scales in existence, with a scale train built inS Gauge was formalized in by the National Model Railroad Association.
A.C. Gilbert began building two-rail S Gauge trains in under the American Flyer brand with improvements in design and heavy promotion that shaped the world of S Gauge ever after. Standard Gauge, also known as wide gauge, was an early model railway and toy train rail gauge, introduced in the United States in by Lionel Corporation.
As it was a toy standard, rather than a scale modeling standard, the actual scale of Standard Gauge locomotives and rolling stock varied.
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History. Dorfan was an American toy company based in Newark, New Jersey, specializing in 'O' gauge and Wide gauge toy trains. 'Wide gauge' is the name Dorfan used for 'Standard gauge' since 'Standard gauge' was a Lionel trademark. Dorfan was founded in by Milton and Julius Forchheimer, two immigrants from Nüremberg, Germany, whose family .america's standard gauge electric trains by peter h.
riddle in excellent condition a definitive guide that covers all the manufacturers pages of great photos and valuable information on standard gauge train collecting remember, information is king this reference book should be in your library don't miss it End date: American Flyer toy trains first chugged onto the scene around as windup, tinplate O Gauge trains, a cheaper alternative to the larger-scale electric trains made by Lionel and others.
The firm that produced them, founded by William Ogden Coleman in Chicago, was originally called Edmonds-Metzel Manufacturing Company, and Ogden was briefly joined in it by William .