Links


Toy Trains Unlimited, 38 York Street, Hanover, PA 17331  717-637-4717 Ron Borsella, Chief Engineer. Club Sponsor

National Association S-Gaugers  Home of the National Association of S-Gaugers

http://www.americanflyerclub.org/index.html A fellow American Flyer Club with some great information. Check out the Other Links on their website.

Pikesville Models Dave Blum, supplier of American Flyer and the new Pikesville Model rolling stock.

Portline Hobby Supply Parts for American Flyer.

S-Gaugian The magazine for all things S-Gauge (Hi-Rail, S-Scale, SN3)

S-Scale Resource Anexcellent online magazine that provides many excellent articles on S Gauge Modeling

American Models supplier of rolling stock and engines in both Hi-rail and Scale

S-Gauge Reference Manual by Bob Hannon. Bob’s speciality is the rewinding of fields, armatures, and bobbins for AF Engines, Accessories, and Action Cars. If you prefer to wind your own, Bob’s manual provides all the specs you need for every electrical item Gilbert made for American Flyer.

Bar Mills Models Laser models.

B. T. S. Railroad  Laser models.

LBR Enterprises, LLC. Great source for S-Scale decals and LEDs for engines and cars.

Scenic Express landscape materials.

Lionel Trains The source for American Flyer Trains – Modern.

MTH Electric Trains in S-Gauge  S-Gauge both Scale and High Rail (Products formerly produced by S-Helper Service.)

MNP Inc. a Model Railroad Maunfacturing Co. specializing in track cleaning cars for all gauges.

Andermanflyer.com/forsale.html Source of ANormal 1 Smoke Fluid (Great for Flyonel steam engines.)

Train Collectors Association  Home of the Train Collectors Association

http://www.magictrainworld.blogspot.com Lee Scott’s blog page.

http://traindr.com/  American flyer Trains blog page by Kirk Drake. Certain pages still under construction. It is still a great site to visit.

MiTrains Train Inventory Software http://shenware.com/downloads.html Does not have price guides to establish appraised values.

Steam Into History — The York 17 Steam Engine

Texas Railroad History — This link was given to me by a 6th grader in Seattle, WA as part of her social studies project.


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