TOP 10 American Flyer Railroad deals

  • Gilbert American Flyer S Gauge Operating & Repair Guide: Volume 2 (Gilbert American Flyer S Gauge Operating and Repair Guide)

    An extension of the best selling "Gilbert American Flyer Operating and Repair Guide." This volume is full of new information and covers many of the aspects not found in the original book and adds an index to both volumes. This is a new book and not to be confused with the original book. The price is higher than Volume 1 because of the full color photographs found in this new volume.

    • Brand: Ingramcontent
    • ASIN: 150286584X


    The American Flyer Boy's Railroad Club was a TV show produced by the A.C. Gilbert Co. in the mid 1950's in which a railroad representative such as a superintendent, train dispatcher, equipment manager, etc., was invited to describe his railroad job and to see the boys operate their railroad. This program contains five shows. Representatives of the Pennsylvania, New Haven, New York Central, B & 0 a [read more]

    • ASIN: B00EYNDO52
    • UPC: 616932173806

  • Gilbert American Flyer S Gauge Operating and Repair Guide (Volume 1)

    Tom Barker's best selling guide to the repair and restoration of Gilbert American Flyer S Gauge trains is available in print once more. Now in its 40th Anniversary, Third Edition it is packed full of new information including a new chapter on cosmetic restoration and an expanded chapter on accessories. Tom includes a handy checklist that gives you the step-by-step procedures for servicing a steam [read more]

    • Brand: Barker Thomas B
    • ASIN: 1466420715

  • American Flyer Instruction Book

    The original instruction book published in 1952 by the A C Gilbert Company. The book contains 64 pages of advice and helpful hints on planning and operating an American Flyer model railroad.

    • Brand: Heimburger House
    • ASIN: 0911581111

  • American Flyer Trains Pocket Price Guide 1946-2017

    This essential pocket-sized guide provides accurate, current market values for American Flyer S gauge trains and accessories manufactured by A.C. Gilbert and Lionel. It also contains ready-to-run S gauge trains from contemporary manufacturers like American Models and MTH. This functional, easy-to-read volume is published every other year and is a valuable and reliable source of pricing information [read more]

    • Brand: Kalmbach
    • ASIN: 1627002863

  • 1924 Ad American Flyer Backyard Model Railroad Children Toy Train Structo Crane - Original Print Ad

    This is an original 1924 black and white print ad for the miniature "backyard" railroad sets and the Structo grab bucket crane children's construction toys that were made and sold by the American Flyer Manufacturing Co. of 2223 Halsted Street, Chicago, Illinois (IL) during the Roaring Twenties era.

    • Brand: PeriodPaper LLC-Collectible Original Print Archive
    • ASIN: B014K38C02

  • Liquid Bearings, 100%-synthetic Oil for American Flyer Trains and Model Railroad uses, Provides Superior Lubrication, Also Prevents Rust!!

    This is the synthetic lubricant that consistently outperforms all others currently available. It has incredible low and high-temperature characteristics, which is absolutely necessary for proper train lubrication but completely lacking in petroleum-based oils. Don't use them on your trains any longer! Actual oils leave sticky deposits when the short-chain molecule components evaporate over time. R [read more]

    • Brand: Xingcolo
    • ASIN: B005TUQ3FM
    • UPC: 885388499840

  • The Boys' Railroad Club American Flyer S Gage Trains

    A very popular TV show produced in the early 1950s by the A.C. Gilbert Company (of American Flyer fame) was The Boys Railroad Club. It featured American Flyer model train layouts, as well as a representative, and real footage from his railroad. The lines featured in this tape are: the B&O, the New York Central, the Pennsylvania, and the New Haven. Each shows running time was about 14 minutes, and [read more]

    • Brand: DieCast
    • ASIN: B008RMFD50

  • A.C. Gilbert's Famous American Flyer Trains

    Of all the toys a boy could want, a Gilbert American Flyer train has always been high on the list. Gilbert’s American Flyer two-rail trains looked real, featured smoke and choo-choo, horns and whistles, operating lights, realistic-looking couplers and bright paint schemes that matched prototype railroads. Climb aboard with us as we discover these fascinating trains made between 1946 and 1966, wh [read more]

    • Brand: Heimburger House
    • ASIN: 0911581480

  • Midnight Flyer

    • ASIN: B0019K69AU