Welcome to the CTTA Member’s ‘picks & pics’ gallery. Here you’ll see all of our favourite trains, layout vignettes, treasured items, unique finds and other things that we love about our Toy Trains.
Great shots of our club members layouts and collections lots of great trains in our little community
Thanks Jorge for sharing your fantastic modeling skills on these beautifully scratchbuilt CPR vintage stations!
Great Photos and Fun. Thanks for sharing!
Great pics…thanks for sharing.
Impressive talent, OC traits, and areas of interest. Greatly enjoyable.
Thanks for the comments Barry!
Absolutely beautiful track work, ballasting and scenery on Carl’s layout!
Great Layout Mr. Barrett. Nice stuff and Great to see
Hello dear friends .
Is it someone here have this part for sale ?
It is the (COLLECTOR ROLLERS ASSY ) no=622-134 for a postwar diesel engine ?
I need this part to repair my grand father engine as an alco no=2023 .
Note: I think that the SW switchers locos like no=622,623,624 have the same part ?
Thank’s in advance to a gentlemen that can help .kind regards .
Hello, yes we may be able to help you. I will ask you to email us for follow up.
Great pictures of many old and new trains!
Amongst other trains , I have been a MARX collector for years by accident. I joined TCA in 1969 and primarily collected 6464 box cars and the 622 series die cast switchers. Many times at a train meet were boxes of wonderful (sometimes) Marx tinplate trains that Lionel and AF collectors
regarded as junk and not seriously collected.
I have much Marx including prewar and JOY LINEthe predecessor to Marx.
I noted David Cook’s photos of the 1936-1938Canadian Pacific box passenger cars and An engine and tender from a later freight set. The engine and render as I expect David knows have red and yellow trim and lettering, whereas the 1936 CP passenger set had Maroon and Dulux Gold trim
and lettering. The original box in excellent condition from the late 1930 s is worth almost as
much as a 5 piece set.
These sets were sold by EATON’S Department stores across Canada. There were6 city names.on the passenger carsand a set consisted of 3 passenger cars plus engine and tender.
The toughest cars to find and are Quebec and Vancouver for Ontario collectors.
The passenger came in 4 wheel with tab and slot couplers. Deluxe sets came in 8 wheel with one way or automatic couplers.
If you would like a”passenger engine and tender” I can help you. Best Regards Frank Steele
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Thanks very much for your message Frank! I will pass the message and connect you with David Cook.
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