Posts Tagged ‘1968’

SP 5106,5119 & 5101, GE 70 Ton Switchers; On SD&AE; San Diego, CA; July 1968

Saturday, February 16th, 2013

SP 5106,5119 & 5101, GE 70 Ton Switchers; On SD&AE; San Diego, CA; July 1968
model railroads
Image by San Diego Model Railroad Museum
Description: SP 5106,5119 & 5101, GE 70 Ton Switchers; On SD&AE; San Diego, CA; July 1968
Copyright: Brenda M. Bailey
Object ID: BMBSlides_03003
Repository: San Diego Model Railroad Museum Library

SP 3411, EMD GP9; On SD&AE; San Diego, CA; July 1968

Tuesday, December 25th, 2012

SP 3411, EMD GP9; On SD&AE; San Diego, CA; July 1968
model railroads
Image by San Diego Model Railroad Museum
Description: SP 3411, EMD GP9; On SD&AE; San Diego, CA; July 1968
Copyright: Brenda M. Bailey
Object ID: BMBSlides_03001
Repository: San Diego Model Railroad Museum Library

UP 3616, EMD SD45; November 1968

Wednesday, October 24th, 2012

UP 3616, EMD SD45; November 1968
model railroads
Image by San Diego Model Railroad Museum
Description: UP 3616, EMD SD45; November 1968
Copyright: Brenda M. Bailey
Object ID: BMBSlides_01938
Repository: San Diego Model Railroad Museum Library

How to find out the approximate value of an old ( 1968) Lionel Train?

Tuesday, November 8th, 2011

Question by The Voice of Reason: How to find out the approximate value of an old ( 1968) Lionel Train?
have any clue on how to find out the value of an Lionel Train? It’s from 1968….and how to tell which scale or whatever ( i know nothing about toy trains)!

Best answer:

Answer by railbuff
There are a few books written about collecting Lionels. Check into your local library to id the train/ locomotive.
Then google “Lionel” – you’re sure to find a website.
Another place to try is www.nmra.org
National Model Railroad Association.

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I have a 1968 JC Penny”s electric train set Any Idea who the manufacturer was and where to get parts?

Friday, April 1st, 2011

Question by Stephen M: I have a 1968 JC Penny”s electric train set Any Idea who the manufacturer was and where to get parts?

Best answer:

Answer by grizzbr1
lol, sorry to laugh at you. I don’t think Alternative Fuel Vehicles was really intended to include electric train sets.

If you can find some markings it would help, like a serial number or something. I suggest asking someone who works at JCPenny if they have any records for that train set. If that doesn’t work I would suggest browsing the Net for a person or organization which deals in collectible and/or antique toys.

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