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I have this old set of trains that belonged to my grandad, and I wanted to see if they'd possibly be worth anything. Any information helps, thanks!


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Welcome! What you have there are typical classic HO trains made by Tyco and Athearn. Nothing rare and sadly they are pretty hammered up. Some folks around here can take stuff like that and make them run again, but judging by their appearance, these have seen their better days.
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I reckon they'd fit in a prepaid medium sized box
flat rate priority by USPS for about $12 shipping.

I'd put them on eBay as a bundle and start the
bidding at $5, no reserve, no BIN. Seven day
auction ending on a Sat or Sunday. You might
get $10 out of the lot. El Rojo is correct. Nothing
special there, but someone might want the
locomotive, but on the cheap.

In general, model trains do not have much resell value.
Exceptions would include the Lionel Girl Train from the
1950's, mint state.
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