Classic Toy Trains Magazine, Volume 32 Issue 3, March 2019


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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.

Wigwags and banjo signals swung on layouts
By Roger Carp
American toy manufacturers offered special models of these little signals.

Sky high O gauge layout
By Neal Schorr
A fully scenicked ceiling layout spans two rooms and features furniture-grade construction.

Changing priorities made a good railroad even better
By Roger Carp
Scenery now takes center stage on Dan Wells O gauge empire.

Creativity and value marked Lionel's outstanding 1949 sets
By Joe Algozzini, Roger Carp
New and reissued train sets combined for a stellar line of memorable trains.

Best of both worlds on a standout S gauge layout
By Roger Carp
A walk-around style layout helps Rick Rooney celebrate a lifetime in the toy train hobby.

Weekend workshop: Get the locomotive paint scheme you want!
By Joseph Gibeau
A step by step guide to custom painting and lettering.

Editor's Desk
Photo Album
Modern era notes - New column from Bob Keller!
Views from the Underground
Questions & Answers
Collectible Classics - Prewar Toonerville Trolley
Reviews - MTH O gauge Q-type subway trains and a multilevel parking garage from Menards
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