Old Lionel Stuff

Discussion in 'G / O / S Scale Model Trains' started by TRAINBOY101, Jun 10, 2005.

  1. TRAINBOY101

    TRAINBOY101 New Member

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    Just got a lot of Lionel stuff from the 1950s and 60s. Just wondering how much this stuff might be worth.

    Lionel:

    PRR 2-8-4 #736 with tender
    MILW GP7 or GP9 #2338
    NP 44 Tonner #628

    Lionel Lines Log Car #6361 - Has actual real logs
    Blue Helicopter Car - Part #3419 (Has no reporting marks)
    Lionel Lines Submarine Car #3830 - Part #6511-2
    Lionel Lines Traveling Aquarium Car #3435
    Fort Knox Gold Billion Transport Car #6445 - (Also a bank)
    PRR N5c Caboose #6437 - Blt 2-53
    LV Coal Hopper #643625 - Blt 3-55
    NH Box Car #6464425 - Blt 3-56
    DLW MOW Car #6419
    Lionel Lines Pipe Car - No #s - Light grey
    Lionel Lines Transformer Car #2461
    Lionel Lines Orange Flat Car #636255
    2 Lionel Lines Bucyrus Erie Class 250 RR Cranes - Red #6560 - Black #2460

    1 Left/1 Right - Remote Control Switches - #112
    4 Auto switch Controllers - #022C
    1 Crossing gate #252 with Automatic Accesory Adaptor #145C
    1 Lionel Stockyard #3656
    1 Lionel Billboard Set #310
    1 Lionel RR Crossing #154
    1 Lionel Circuit Breaker #91
    1 Lionel Automatic Accesory Contacter #153C
    1 Lionel Control Switch #90
    2 Lionel CTC Lockons

    Plasticville, USA

    RR & Street Signs - 24 Pack - #1405-79
    Suburban Station #1616-100
    Ranch House #1603-100
    Motel #1621-100
    Split-Level Home #1908-198

    Unlimited Plastics Corp.

    Red Church


    Hope someone can give me a little help with this. Thanks.

    Mike
    http://cr80mac.rrpicturearchives.net
  2. spankybird

    spankybird OTTS Founder

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  3. 3railguy

    3railguy Member

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    It all depends on condition. Scratches, rust, tampering, etc all affect the values. If not broken, the lot of stuff you posted could be worth anywhere from $800 to $1,500 in decent condition.
  4. Gil Finn

    Gil Finn Active Member

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    Buy a Grenburg's pocket guide to Lionel prices for $8at a hobby shop, you wont regret it.