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 GoingInCirclez.com
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Very informative website by GoingInCirclez regarding all aspects of Tyco Trains. Large picture catalog of Tyco Items. Well done. Currently undergoing some reconstruction.
 HO SEEKER
December 09 2009

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You will find within this site many items that may assist you in repairing, identifying and collecting HO Trains. Listed in the "Literature Section" are Assembly Diagrams with Part Numbers for many different HO train engines and rolling stock. This includes Athearn, Bowser, Globe, Penn Line, Kato, Model Power, Model Die Casting, Roundhouse, Mantua, Tyco, AHM, Rivarossi, Bachmann, Varney, and many more. Additionally, Catalogs, Brochures and Product Sales Lists for these trains can be referenced here.
 New Tyco Collector's Photo Album on the way!
November 10 2009

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Take a gander at the beginnings of our photo album of Tyco. More details will follow next week regarding the structure, content, purpose and requirements for the album. The intent is to be as inclusive of all members as possible with the goal of covering everything Tyco.

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  LOTW - Oct 19 through Oct 25, 2014
 Posted by AMC_Gremlin_GT On October 19 2014 At 01:38:39 AM
Doubling your viewing pleasure, I bought this engine from my boss after he bought an estate lot of HO and N trains a few months ago, I finally got it this past week. Why is it doubled? This is one of those rare dual motor Tyco engines. I've never seen one before. This one has two MU-2 motors, and they're held together with screws, not rivets. Pretty neat. I'm not a NYC fan, but due to the fact that it is probably an original dual motor Tyco, I wanted it. The front motor is not held in, I need to see if the engaging clip is broken, or just needs to be popped back in place. I have the parts to fix it either way.

Jerry

  LOTW - Oct 12 thru Oct 18, 2014
 Posted by AMC_Gremlin_GT On October 12 2014 At 09:31:31 AM
Starting off large this week, one of my Lionel 0-27 engines, dug it out while cleaning up yesterday, going to take it in to my hobby job today to see if it runs. Has some rust on the wheels and axles, and oxidation, but not in real bad shape. Got it at an auction a few years back. #2037, made from 1953 through 64 in two separate runs, a fairly common Prairie type 2-6-4 for Lionel, with the whistling tender 6026W, I think. Much better unit than my old Scout type 2-4-2 I had as a child!

Jerry

  LOTW _ Oct 5 to Oct 11, 2014
 Posted by AMC_Gremlin_GT On October 05 2014 At 09:47:22 AM
Marx my words, you'll like this one. Don't often see Marx O gauge diesels, at least I don't. Found this one at the Carlisle flea Friday, 0-27 gauge, so had to get it for 15. Bought a Marx red Commodore wind-up 0-27 for a buddy of mine from the vendor, too. Anyway, am going to take this to my hobby shop job today and see if it runs. Very nice shape, the rear coupler is broken, but can deal with that.

Jerry

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