Links To Other American Flyer Websites
American Flyer by Lionel
2016 American Flyer Catalog
The catalog of new and
commemorative American Flyer items from Lionel.
American Flyer Parts & Accessories
specialize in American Flyer, all gauges.
The American Flyer Warehouse is your
number one source for new and used American Flyer trains, accessories
and parts on eBay.
Also see our
At any given time we have over 300 steam and diesel locomotives to
choose from, together with thousands of pieces of rolling stock,
accessories, track and related items.
Port Lines Hobby
Supplies - Doug Peck
Port Lines Hobby Supplies
Specialists in American Flyer trains and replacement parts. Port
Lines has been in the "S" business since about 1985. They offer one of
the largest varieties of AF repair and restoration supplies and parts
available anywhere in the country!
Tom Barker's best selling guide to
the repair and restoration of Gilbert American Flyer S Gauge trains.
Carl's S Gauge Empire
American Flyer HiRail Layout. Carl Tuveson South Bend,
If you haven't seen his website
before you are in for a treat. In addition to having a nice
layout, he also has a lot of tips for American Flyer trains and
specializes in TMCC conversions.
San Diego S-Gaugers
The San Diego S-Gaugers is a model railroad club founded January
19, 2008, in San Diego, California, dedicated to a three-part mission:
1.Promotion of S-Gauge model railroading
2.Education about S-Gauge model railroading
and about model railroading in general
3.Having fun in the process.
Online Copies of
American Flyer Catalogs & The American Flyer Factory Service Manual
In addition to his
collection of the 1938 to 1967 American Flyer Train Catalogs,
Chuck Harrington has
added the American Flyer Factory Service Manual to his
fantastic American Flyer Trains website -
Chuck is one of our heroes for creating such a fantastic website for American
Flyer enthusiasts. He has put together an outstanding collection of information
If you haven't been to his website yet, you are in for a real treat.
Thank you Chuck!
American Flyer engine Service
The A. C. Gilbert Heritage Society
The A. C. Gilbert Heritage Society is a group of approximately 400
collectors interested in products produced by the former A. C. Gilbert
Company of New Haven, Connecticut. These include Erector sets, chemistry
sets, microscopes, American Flyer trains and many others.
The Gilbert Gallery
The site lists all of the
S-Scale American Flyer products produced by The A. C. Gilbert Company
from 1946 to its demise in 1967, and by Lionel since 1979. It provides
individual pictures of almost all of the engines, freight cars,
passenger cars, and accessories, including some very rare ones.
American Flyer Displays
website dedicated to preserving the history of the classic Gilbert
American Flyer display layouts.
On-line source for original or reproduction repair
parts for postwar American Flyer S gauge
Links To Other Websites
That May Be Of
Interest To American Flyer Enthusiasts
Mission Statement: "To develop an
appreciation of and to preserve an important segment of
history - Tinplate Toy Trains - through research,
education, community outreach, fellowship, establishment
of collecting standards, and to promote the growth and
enjoyment of collecting and operating toy, model and
The NASG is the umbrella organization
representing the 3/16" model railroading community.
The NASG performs a wide range of activities in support of the S gauge
world. It sets standards for S gauge and maintains lines
of communication for S modelers everywhere.
Train Operating Society (TTOS)
The Toy Train Operating Society is an organization
dedicated to the operating and collecting of toy trains.
National Model Railroad Association
The largest organization devoted to the development,
promotion, and enjoyment of the hobby of model
With the primary goal of building awareness about the hobby, the
campaign educates the public about the joys of model
In Model Railroading
Denver, Colorado model train club exclusively for young people.
Area American Flyer Club
A non-profit model railroad club dedicated to the preservation and
operation of American Flyer Trains. The club is centered in the
Baltimore Washington metropolitan area although their membership extends
from Pennsylvania to Virginia and beyond.
Train Detectors: Optical infrared proximity sensors
for detecting model trains on the track.
Crossing Signal Controllers:
Controllers with flasher circuits to operate grade
crossing lights, crossing gates and wig-wags.
Circuits: Infrared train detectors, grade crossing and block
signal circuits, automatic turnout and reverse loop control.
Signals: Discounted signals from Tomar and NJI, including S
American Flyer compatible
S scale model trains and accessories.
of a wide variety of products for the
creation of model scenery.
Canyon Scale Models
S-scale Kits, 1/64
Craftsman Quality Kits With The Beginner In Mind. Our S-scale structure
kits are strict 1/64 scale.
3/16ths Brass Model Trains.
S Scale models that are built by fellow modelers that
care to bring you the best!
FUNARO & CAMERLENGO
F&C creates finely detailed HO Scale Resin craftsman kits of freight
cars, passenger cars, buildings and accessories for US prototype
railroads. A few "S" and "O" Scale Freight Car kits are also
B T S
kits in TT, S, O and HO scales
Sound Systems, Turntable Indexer, Signaling & Automation
and other electronics for model railroads.
"Everything Electronic for the
Model Train Enthusiast!"
Oregon Rail Heritage
Oregon Rail Heritage
S Scale Model Railroading
A website containing a whole host of information about S
largest model railway in the world and one of the most successful
permanent exhibitions in Northern Germany. Anyone interested in
model trains should see this website. Check out the video section.
Norm has a beautiful O scale high rail layout that was featured in
the November 2008 issue of Classic Toy Trains Magazine. Well worth
seeing. A master at weathering.
Greeley Freight Station
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