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Classic Toy Trains - Magazine - Vol.34 - Issue 03 - March 2021

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  • Vol. 34
  • Issue: 3
  • Release: March 2021
  • Series: Classic Toy Trains
  • Publisher: Kalmbach
Features:

Collectible classics: Menards' no. 279-1960 Camaraderie Bar & Grill
By Roger Carp
Prices have been going up on this recently produced structure.

Lionel trains for 1979
By Mark Suek
Much to admire in a great year from the MPC era.

New generation conquers O gauge modeling
By Roger Carp
Jason Stuckert builds a layout for the 21st century.

Dad left no choice in the matter
By Michael G. Matejka
Sometimes a love of toy trains comes automatically at home.

Lionel operating cattle car
By Roger Carp
Shake, rattle, and moo with a no. 3656.

Had I discovered an undocumented variation?
By Wayne H. Westervelt
A Lionel no. 610 Erie switcher unlike any other.

Creating an eye-catching construction scene
By Peter Atonna
The right figures and details make all the difference.

Seeing forever on an S gauge masterpiece
By Roger Carp

Overview:

In the pages of CLASSIC TOY TRAINS magazine you'll find information about building, operating, and enhancing toy train layouts; track plans, repair and maintenance tips, profiles of collectible postwar and prewar trains, and more.