Rail King PCC Street Car Operator`s manual

PCC Electric
Street Car
OPERATOR’S MANUAL
Compatibility
This engine will operate on any
traditional O-31 Gauge track
system, including M.T.H.’s
®
™
RealTrax or ScaleTrax or
traditional tubular track. It is also
compatible with most standard AC
transformers. (See page 15 for a
complete list of compatible
transformers and wiring
instructions.)
PLEASE READ BEFORE USE AND SAVE
Table of Contents
Set Up Checklis t................................................................................................... 3
Lubrication.............................................................................................3
Basic Operation ....................................................................................................4
Activating Features.................................................................................4
Loco-Sound Operating Instructions...................................................................6
Activating Loco-Sound Features........................................................... 6
Speed Control........................................................................................ 7
Locking Locomotive Into A Direction.................................................. 8
Using Proto-Cast and Proto-Dispatch Features..................................... 8
Maintenance......................................................................................................... 9
Lubricating and Greasing Instructions...................................................9
Cleaning The Wheels, Tires and Track..................................................10
Traction Tire Replacement Instructions.................................................11
Headlight Replacement Instructions...................................................... 12
Troubleshooting Loco-Sound Problems................................................ 13
Transformer Compatibility and Wiring Chart....................................... 15
Service & Warranty Information........................................................... 18
Limited One-Year Warranty.................................................................. 18
CAUTION: ELECTRICALLY OPERATED PRODUCT:
Not recommended for children under 10 years of age. M.T.H. recommends adult supervision with children ages 10 - 16.
As with all electric products, precautions should be observed during handling and use to reduce the risk of electric shock.
WARNING: When using electrical products, basic safety precautions should be observed, including the followi ng:
Read this manual thoroughly before using this device.
M.T.H. recommends that all users and persons supervising use examine the hobby transformer and other electronic equipment
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periodically for conditions that may result in the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to persons, such as damage to the primary
cord, plug blades, housing, output jacks or other parts. In the event such conditions exist, the train set should not be used until
properly repaired.
Do
not operate your layout unattended. Obstructed accessories or stalled trains may overheat, resulting in damage to your layout.
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This train set is intended for indoor use. Do not use if water is present. Serious injury or fatality may result.
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Do not operate the hobby transformer with damaged cord, plug, switches, buttons or case.
Set Up Checklist
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Lubricate the locomotive
Apply power to run as described in the Basic Operating Section of this manual
Lubrication
You should lubricate the engine to prevent it from squeaking. Use
light household oil and follow the lubrication points marked “L” in
Fig. 1. Do not over-oil. Use only a drop or two on each pivot point.
Lubricate Pick Up Rollers (L)
DO NOT
OVER OIL
Lubricate Pick Up Rollers (L)
Lubricate Wheel Axles (L)
(On Each Truck)
Figure 1. Lubrication Points on the Locomotive
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Basic Operation
The Throttle knob controls how fast your train will travel.
Turn the throttle knob up ½-way, until the engine and caboose lights shine bright.
Put the engine into motion by pressing the Direction button on your transformer once.
(hold it for approximately 1 second)
If the engine does not begin to move as soon as you firmly press the Direction button,
you may not have sent enough voltage to the track to make the train move. Turn the
throttle up a bit higher until the train begins to move.
Activating Features
Throttle To increase or decrease track voltage, and therefore train speed, turn the
throttle control knob. Turning clockwise will increase voltage and speed, while turning
counterclockwise will decrease voltage and speed. The engine will maintain the speed
you set after you release the throttle until you turn it again to change the voltage and
speed.
Bell - To sound the bell, in an engine equipped with a bell firmly press and release the
Bell button. To turn the bell off, press and release the Bell button again. The bell will
continue to ring from the time you turn it on until you press and release the button again
to turn it off.
Horn/Whistle - To sound the whistle, firmly press the Horn/Whistle button. The whistle
will sound for as long as you continue to depress the button. It will stop when you
release the button.
Direction Your train is programmed to
start in neutral. The train will always
cycle neutral-forward-neutral-reverse with
each press and release of the direction
button. The engine is programmed to
restart in neutral each time the track
voltage is turned off for 25 seconds or
more.
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Cycle Phases
Neutral
Reverse
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Forward
Neutral
Manual Volume Control
To adjust the volume of all sounds made by this engine, turn the master volume control
knob located next to the rear truck clockwise to increase the volume and
counter-clockwise to decrease the volume.
Proto-Sound 2.0
Volume Adjustment Knob
Figure 2: Manual Loco-Sound Volume Adjustment
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Loco-Sound
Operating Instructions
Activating Loco-Sound Features
Loco-Sound features are activated by sequences of Bell and Horn button pushes
described below. Please read the full descriptions of each feature before using it. To use
these buttons to activate features rather than to blow the horn or ring the bell, you should
tap the buttons very quickly with a ½-second pause between button presses. You may
need to practice your timing to make this work smoothly.
Timing Chart
Press
Horn
Short &
Firm
½ Sec.
Pause
Press
½ Sec.
Pause
Bell
Short &
Firm
Total Time Lapse: 1 ½ Seconds
Feature to Be Activated:
Speed Control On/Off
Lock into a Direction/Unlock
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Button Code:
1 Whistle, 2 Bells
1 Whistle, 3 Bells
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Press
Bell
Short &
Firm
Speed Control
M.T.H. engines equipped with Loco-Sound have speed control capabilities that allow the
engine to maintain a constant speed up and down grades and around curves, much like an
automobile cruise control. You can add or drop cars on the run, and the engine will
maintain the speed you set.
While the engine is programmed to start with the speed control feature activated, you can
opt to turn it off. This means the engine's speed will fall as it labors up a hill and increase
as it travels downward. It is also affected by the addition or releasing of cars while on the
run. Because the engine will run more slowly at a given throttle voltage when speed
control is on than when it is off, you should adjust the throttle to a lower power level for
operation with speed control off to avoid high-speed derailments. When speed control is
off, the volume will drop to allow for better low voltage operation.
To turn speed control on and off, put the engine in neutral, then quickly tap the
transformer's Horn button one time then quickly tap the Bell button two times, allowing
approximately ½ second to lapse between each quick button press. Two horn blasts will
indicate that the engine has made the change. Repeat the 1 horn, 2 bells code to return it
to the other condition. You will want to do this during the initial neutral upon start-up if
you ever couple this engine to another engine that is not equipped with speed control to
avoid damaging the motors in either engine. Each time you shut down the engine
completely, it will automatically turn speed control on.
Place
Engine into
Neutral
Horn
Bell
Bell
=
Speed Control
Two Horn Blasts
Repeat to Return
to Normal Condition
Locking Locomotive Into A Direction
You can lock your engine into a direction (forward, neutral, or reverse) so that it will not
change directions. To do this, put the engine into the direction you want (or into neutral
to lock it into neutral), run it at a very slow crawl (as slowly as it will move without
halting), and quickly but firmly tap the Horn button once followed by three quick taps of
the Bell button, allowing approximately ½ second to lapse between each quick button
press. Two horn blasts will indicate that the engine has made the change. The engine will
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not change direction (including going into neutral) until you repeat the 1 horn, 3 bells
code to return the engine to its normal condition, even if the engine is kept without power
for extended periods of time.
Place
Engine into
Desired
Direction
Horn
Horn
Bell
Bell
Bell
=
Direction Lock
Repeat to Return
to Normal Condition
Using Proto-Cast and Proto-Dispatch Features
When used with the RailKing Remote Lock-on (sold separately), Loco-Sound-equipped
engines gain Proto-Cast ™ and Proto-Dispatch ™ features.
Proto-Cast: This feature allows you to play audio recordings through your engine’s
speakers. You must supply the audio source (a small portable is sufficient) and a
male-to-male mini cable (1/8” plug, like that used for the headset with a portable CD/tape
player) to connect your audio source to the remote lock-on. To use Proto-Cast, simply
plug the mini-cable into your audio source (usually into the headphone jack) and into the
“Audio” port on the right side of the remote lock-on and adjust the volume.
Proto-Dispatch: This feature allows you to broadcast your own voice through your
engine’s speakers. You must supply the microphone and a mini cable (1/8” plug, like
that used for the headset with a portable CD/tape player) to connect your microphone to
the remote lock-on. To use Proto-Dispatch, simply plug the mini-cable into the
microphone and into the “Mic” port on the left side of the remote lock-on and speak into
the microphone.
When these features are in use, the locomotive’s own sounds (engine sounds and bells,
whistles, and horns) will be muted so that only the sounds you broadcast will be heard.
Because these two features are voice activated, there will be a 10-15 second delay after
you stop speaking into the microphone or turn off the audio source before the engine
sounds resume. To stop using the feature and return to normal operation, unplug the cable
from the lock-on jack.
If using parallel tracks with multiple Loco-Sound-equipped engines, Proto-Cast and
Proto-Dispatch transmissions from one track may be picked up by the other nearby
engines.
If you experience popping and interference, try cleaning the track with denatured alcohol
as described in the “Cleaning the Wheels, Tires and Track” section of this booklet.
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Maintenance
Lubricating and Greasing Instructions
The engine should be well oiled and greased in order to run properly.
Regularly lubricate all axles and linkage components and pickup rollers
to prevent squeaking. Use light household oil, such as that found in
M.T.H.'s maintenance kit. Do not over oil. Use only a drop or two on
each pivot point.
Body Mount Screws
DO NOT
OVER OIL
Body Mount Screws
Motor Mounting Screw
Figure 3
The locomotive’s internal gearing was greased at the factory and should not need
additional grease until after 50 hours of operation or one year, whichever comes first.
Follow the greasing instructions below. Note that in some tightly packed engines you
may need to move internal components temporarily in order to access the gears.
1. To access the gear box, remove the cab from the chassis by unscrewing the chassis
screws as seen in Figure 3 and lifting the cab from the chassis.
2. Once the cab is removed, remove the trucks by unscrewing the black Phillips motor
mount screw located on the underside of the drive truck (see Fig. 3).
3. Once the motor mount screw has been removed, pull the motor away from the truck
block and lightly coat the motor worm gear and bronze drive gear (in the truck block)
with grease.
4. Reassemble the truck and motor, being careful not to pinch any wires between the
truck block and motor mount.
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Cleaning The Wheels, Tires and Track
Periodically check the locomotive wheels and pickups for dirt and buildup, which can
cause poor electrical contact and traction as well as prematurely wear out the neoprene
traction tires.
Periodically check the locomotive wheels and pickups for dirt and buildup, which can
cause poor electrical contact and traction and prematurely wear out the neoprene traction
tires. Wheels and tires can be cleaned using denatured (not rubbing) alcohol applied with
a cotton swab.
To clean the track, use RailKing Track
Cleaning Fluid and a clean rag or
denatured (not rubbing) alcohol.
Unplug the transformer and wipe the
rails of the track, turning the rag
frequently to ensure that you are using
clean cloth on the rails. Thereafter,
keep an eye on the track and clean it
when it gets dirty to ensure good
electrical contact and to lengthen the
life of the tires.
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Headlight Replacement Instructions
The locomotive’s headlight is controlled by a constant voltage circuit in the engine. The
headlight is easy to remove and replace when it burns out. The bulb has a quick
disconnect plug that attaches the bulb harness to a light circuit. Replacement bulbs are
available directly from the M.T.H. Parts Department.
Follow the body removal instructions found in the Lubrication and Greasing Instructions.
Gently disconnect the bulb harness from the socket on the constant voltage circuit and
replace the entire harness. The destination light bulb harness resides between the roof
and the headlight. Remove the two screws securing the destination bulb mount and
replace the entire bulb harness.
Headlight
Wire Harness
Marker Light
Wire Harness
Interior Lights
Front
Rear
Figure 4
The interior bulbs are of the bayonet variety and can be removed by gently pushing down
on the bulb and twisting clockwise before pulling up and removing from the socket.
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Troubleshooting Loco-Sound Problems
Although Loco-Sound has been designed and engineered for ease of use, you may have
some questions during initial operation. The following table should answer most
questions. If your problem cannot be resolved with this table, contact M.T.H. for
assistance (telephone: 410-381-2580; fax: 410-423-0009; service@mth-railking.com,
7020 Columbia Gateway Drive, Columbia MD 21046-1532).
Starting Up
Remedy
When I first turn the power on, the
engine will not begin to run. I have to
turn the throttle off and then on again
to get the engine to operate.
This is normal behavior. To prevent
accidental high-speed start-ups, LocoSound is programmed to start up in
neutral anytime track power has been
turned off for several seconds. See
the "Basic Operation" section for more
details.
Horn
Remedy
I can’t get the horn to blow when I
press the whistle button.
You may be pressing the button too
quickly. Try pressing the whistle button
more slowly, taking approximately one
Remedy
full
second to fully depress the button.
Bell
Remedy
I can’t get the bell to ring when I press You may be pressing the button too
quickly. Try pressing the bell button
the bell button.
more slowly, taking approximately one
full second to fully depress the button.
Lock-out
Remedy
I can’t get the engine to run after I
power up the transformer. It sits still
with the engine sounds running.
The engine is locked into the neutral
position. Follow the procedure in the
“Lock into a Direction” section.
The engine won’t lock into forward,
neutral, or reverse.
Engine speed must be below 10 scale
mph (approx. 10 volts or less in
conventional mode).
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Volume
Remedy
The sounds seem distorted, especially Loco-Sound volume is set too high.
Turn the volume control knob on the
when the whistle or bell is activated.
bottom of the chassis counterclockwise to reduce the volume.
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Transformer Compatibility and Wiring Chart
Loco-Sound is designed to work with most standard AC transformers. The chart below
lists the many compatible transformers. Note that many of the operational commands
described in these instructions require a bell button, so if your transformer does not have
its own bell button, you should consider adding one to get the full benefit of the system.
In addition, the chart details how the terminals on these transformers should be attached
to your layout.
Transformer
Model
Center Rail
Outside Rail
Min/Max.
Voltage
Power
Rating
Transformer
Type
MTH Z-500
Red Terminal
Black Terminal
0-18v
50-Watt
Electronic
MTH Z-750
Red Terminal
Black Terminal
0-21v
75-Watt
Electronic
MTH Z-4000
Red Terminal
Black Terminal
0-22v
390-Watt
Electronic
Lionel 1032
U
A
5-16v
90-Watt
Standard
Lionel 1032M
U
A
5-16v
90-Watt
Standard
Lionel 1033
U
A
5-16v
90-Watt
Standard
Lionel 1043
U
A
5-16v
90-Watt
Standard
Lionel 1043M
U
A
5-16v
90-Watt
Standard
Lionel 1044
U
A
5-16v
90-Watt
Standard
Lionel 1053
U
A
8-17v
60-Watt
Standard
Lionel 1063
U
A
8-17v
60-Watt
Standard
All-Trol
Left Terminal
Right Terminal
0-24v
300-Watt
Electronic
Dallee Hostler
Left Terminal
Right Terminal
Lionel LW
A
U
8-18v
75-Watt
Standard
Lionel KW
A or B
U
6-20v
190-Watt
Standard
Lionel MW
Outside Track
Terminal
Inside Track
Terminal
5-16v
50V.A.
Electronic
Li onel RS-1
Red Terminal
Black Terminal
0-18v
50V.A.
Electronic
Lionel RW
U
A
9-19v
110-Watt
Standard
Lionel SW
U
A
Unknown
130-Watt
Standard
Lionel TW
U
A
8-18v
175-Watt
Standard
Lionel ZW
A,B,C or D
U
8-20v
275-Watt
Standard
Lionel Post-War
Celebration
Series ZW
A,B,C or D
Common
0-20v
135/190 Watt
Electronic
Electronic
* Conventional Mode Only
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Service & Warranty Information
How to Get Service Under the Terms of the Limited One-Year Warranty
For warranty repair, follow the instructions below to obtain warranty service.
First, e-mail, write, call or fax an Authorized M.T.H. Service Center in your area or M.T.H. Electric
Trains to obtain Repair Authorization. You can find the list of Authorized Service Centers on the
M.T.H. website, www.mth-railking.com. Otherwise, contact M.T.H. (at e-mail:
service@mth-railking.com; 7020 Columbia Gateway Drive, Columbia, MD 21046; tel:
410-381-2580; fax: 410-423-0009), stating when the item was purchased and describing the
problem. If you contact M.T.H., you will be given a return authorization number to assure that your
merchandise will be properly handled upon its receipt.
CAUTION: Make sure the product is packed in its original factory packaging including its foam
and plastic wrapping material so as to prevent damage to the merchandise. The shipment must be
prepaid and we recommend that it be insured. A cover letter including your name, address, daytime
phone number, e-mail address (if available), Return Authorization number, a copy of your sales
receipt and a full description of the problem must be included to facilitate the repairs. Please
include the description regardless of whether you discussed the problem with a service technician
when contacting the Service Center or M.T.H. for your Return Authorization.
Limited One-Year Warranty
All M.T.H. products purchased from an Authorized M.T.H. Train Merchant are covered by this
warranty. See our website at www.mth-railking.com or call 1-888-640-3700 to identify an
Authorized M.T.H. Train Merchant near you.
M.T.H. products are warrantied for one year from the date of purchase against defects in material or
workmanship, excluding light bulbs, pick-up rollers and traction tires. We will repair or replace (at
our option) the defective part without charge for the parts or labor, if the item is returned to an
Authorized M.T.H. Service Center or M.T.H. Electric Trains within one year of the original date of
purchase. This warranty does not cover damages caused by improper care, handling, or use.
Transportation costs incurred by the customer are not covered under this warranty.
Items sent for repair must be accompanied by a return authorization number, a description of the
problem, and a copy of the original sales receipt from an Authorized M.T.H. Train Merchant, which
gives the date of purchase. If you are sending the item to M.T.H., call 410-381-2580, fax
410-423-0009, or e-mail the Service Department at service@mth-railking.com to obtain a return
authorization number. If you are sending this product to an Authorized Service Center, contact that
Center for their return authorization.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights that vary from state to
state.
Service Department
M.T.H. Electric Trains
7020 Columbia Gateway Drive
Columbia, Maryland 21046-1532
AUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTER
7020 Columbia Gateway Dr. - Columbia, MD 21046
Information: 410-381-2580 Fax: 410-381-6122
www.mth-railking.com
PARTICIPATING RETAILER LIST
ALABAMA
SOUTHERLAND STATION
HUNTSVILLE
256-533-4720
railway@bellsouth.net
ARIZONA
ARIZONA TRAIN DEPOT
MESA
480-833-9486
sales@arizonatraindepot.com
www.arizonatraindepot.com/
CALIFORNIA
DOLLHOUSES, TRAINS & MORE
NOVATO
415-883-0388
kbecker@cmc.net
TIN PLATE JUNCTION
OAKLAND
510-444-4780
TOYTRAINS@email.msn.com
COLORADO
MIZELL TRAINS Inc
WESTMINSTER
303-429-4811
mizelltrains@cs.com
www.mizelltrains.com
CONNECTICUT
SHELTON RAILROAD SYSTEMS
SHELTON
203-924-8761
adriani@clearlight.com
NEW ENGLAND HOBBY SUPPLY
MANCHESTER
860-646-0610
bobbell@nehobby.com
DELAWARE
K R R B MODEL TRAINS INC.
NEWARK
302-292-2779
info@krrb.com
www.krrb.com
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FLORIDA
DEPOT HOBBY SHOP
LAKE WORTH
561-585-1982
jimmyt1982@aol.com
www.depothobbies.com
COLONIAL PHOTO & HOBBY
ORLANDO
407-841-1485
trains@colonialphotoandhobby.com
WARRICK CUSTOM HOBBIES
PLANTATION
954-370-0708
info@warrickcustomhobbies.com
www.warrickcustomhobbies.com
FRANK'S TRAINS & HOBBIES INC.
OLDSMAR
813-855-1041
FTH@allhobbies.com
www.allhobbies.com
READY TO ROLL
MIAMI
305-688-8868
rtrtrains@aol.com
www.readytorolltrains.com
ILLINOIS
BIKE & CHOO CHOO CONNECTION
SCHAUMBURG
847-882-7728
trainconnection@aol.com
INDIANA
Y. O. R. K. TRAINS
MUNSTER
219-838-9999
yorktrains@aol.com
SAMUELSON'S TRAIN SHOP
VALPARAISO
219-462-2708
LOUISIANA
AMERICA'S TRAIN YARD
BATON ROUGE
225-926-5592
MAINE
WHEELS, WINGS & THINGS
LUDLOW
207-532-6277
irc44@javanet.com
MARYLAND
ENGINE HOUSE HOBBIES
GAITHERSBURG
301-590-0816
luciecerise@aol.com
J & B TRAINS
HAGERSTOWN
240-420-4930
HOBBYTOWN U S A
FREDERICK
301-694-7395
PURKEY'S TOY TRAINS
SYKESVILLE
410-549-6061
wiley@oldmainline.com
THE TRAIN ROOM
HAGERSTOWN
301-745-6681
MASSACHUSETTS
NORTHEAST TRAINS
PEABODY
978-532-1615
www.netrains.com
MICHIGAN
BRASSEUR ELECTRIC TRAINS INC.
SAGINAW
517-793-4753
bob@traindoctor.com
www.traindoctor.com
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MISSOURI
SWITCH STAND
SAINT LOUIS
314-781-4458
r41877@earthlink.com
MARK TWAIN HOBBY CENTER
ST. CHARLES
636-946-2816
webmaster@hobby1.com
www.hobby1.com
NEW HAMPSHIRE
TREASURED TOYS
SALEM
603-898-7224
ttoys@treasured-toys.com
www.treasured-toys.com
RAILROAD SPECIALTIES
HUDSON
603-882-5566
crew@electric-trains.com
www.electric-trains.com
NEW JERSEY
TRAINS & THINGS
TRENTON
609-883-8790
trainsanthings@aol.com
GRAND CENTRAL STATION
KEARNY
201-955-6200
228gene@gateway.com
HOBBYMASTERS, INC
RED BANK
732-842-6020
hobbymasters@hobbymasters.com
HOLLY BEACH TRAIN DEPOT
WILDWOOD
609-522-2379
larry@pro-usa.net
COAST TRAINS AND COLLECTIBLES
WALL
732-556-9005
coasttrain@aol.com
www.coasttrains.com
J & B TRAINS, INC.
MAPLE SHADE
856-414-0092
BASE1130@aol.com
HOBBY SHOP
MATAWAN
732-583-0505
hobbyshopnj.com
ATLANTIC RAILS
HAMMONTON
609-567-8490
bobcap@pics.com
www.atlanticrails.com
COUNTRY AND STUFF
ANDOVER
973-786-7086
stuff@crystal.palace.net
RIDGEFIELD HOBBY
RIDGEFIELD
201-943-2636
COLUMBUS TRAIN STATION
COLUMBUS
609-518-1800
NEW YORK
AURORA RAILS & HOBBIES
EAST AURORA
716-652-5718
rk82141@aol.com
AMERICANA STORE
TIVOLI
845-757-4246
mthdepot@valstar.net
NASSAU HOBBY CENTER, INC.
FREEPORT
516-378-9594
Charlienassau@aol.com
KROSS HARDWARE
WEST BABYLON
631-669-3069
t989@aol.com
CITY DEPOT, INC.
NEW HAMPTON
845-374-3010
citydepot@frontiernet.net
www.citydepot.com
NORTH CAROLINA
DRY BRIDGE STATION
MOUNT AIRY
336-786-9811
mikek@drybridgestation.com
www.drybridgestation.com
THE FREIGHT YARD
SMITHFIELD
919-934-6229
disbissette@aol.com
TRAINS LTD.
CHARLOTTE
704-566-9070
modelrrs@bellsouth.net
www.trainsltd.com
THE ROUNDHOUSE & BACKSHOP
CARY
919-465-0810
OHIO
DIXIE UNION STATION
MASON
513-459-0460
rockylane@core.net
www.dixieunionstation.com
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RICK'S TOY TRAINS
TOLEDO
419-478-0171
T & K HOBBY SHOP
BRIDGEPORT
740-633-6607
salea@tkhobbies.com
www.tkhobbies.com
TRAINS-N- THINGS
CANTON
330-499-1666
trains@sssnet.com
PARMA HOBBY
CLEVELAND
216-741-6440
info@parmahobby.com
GLEN'S TRAIN SHOP
AKRON
330-253-6527
E & S TRAINS
AKRON
330-745-0785
GRAND PACIFIC JUNCTION
OLMSTEAD FALLS
440-235-4777
gpjmrr@juno.com
HUDSON TOY, TRAIN & HOBBY
HUDSON
330-653-2997
ejpickens@aol.com
DAVIS ELECTRONICS
MILFORD
513-831-6425
davistrains@fuse.net
www.davistrains.com
SANDY'S HOBBY'S & COLLECTIBLES
ELYRIA
440-365-9999
sandyshobb@aol.com
ERIE RAILWAY DEPOT
TROY
937-440-9972
orvile@gte.net
CLEARVIEW TRAIN & HOBBY
LORAIN
440-277-4488
klogar@erienet.net
www.clearviewtrainandhobby.com
PENNSYLVANIA
FAIRCHANCE PHARMACY
FAIRCHANCE
724-564-7817
mthdealer@aol.com
www.hhs.net/fairchance
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THE STATION
NEW CUMBERLAND
717-774-7096
station@paonline.com
BUSSINGER TRAINS
AMBLER
215-628-2366
choochoos@icdc.com
www.icdc.com/~btrains
CHARLEROI SWEEPER CENTER
CHARLEROI
724-483-3397
TENNESSEE
MODEL RAILROAD & HOBBY SHOP
MEMPHIS
901-384-6500
mrhs99@earthlink.net
www.modelrailroadandhobby.com
WISCONSIN
SOMMERFELD'S TRAINS
BUTLER
262-783-7797
questions@sommerfelds.com
www.sommerfelds.com
TEXAS
HOBBY TIME
AMARILLO
806.352.9660
don.l.harris.@hobby-time.com
G B T V & TRAINS
GREEN BAY
920-496-9697
rrtycoon@netnet.net
VIRGINIA
TRAIN DEPOT
MANASSAS
703-335-2216
AMERICAN HOBBY CENTER
ALIQUIPPA
724-378-3930
american@icubed.com
NORGE STATION
WILLIAMSBURG
757-564-7623
norgetrains@cs.com
CRANBERRY HOBBY DEPOT
CRANBERRY TWP
724-776-3640
JAdams6113@aol.com
ALLENTOWN TOY TRAIN SERVICE
ALLENTOWN
610-821-0740
NUTBUSH EXPRESS
VICTORIA
804-696-1902
thenutbushexp@meckcom.net
ON THE RIGHT TRACK
ALTOONA
814-942-4345
TOY TRAIN CENTER
RICHMOND
804-288-4475
JIM'S TRAIN SHOP
HOMER CITY
724-479-2026
sudsy@stargate.net
T S G HOBBIES
WARRENTON
540-347-9212
tripi@mnsinc.com
www.mnsinc.com/tripi/tsg.htm
YE OLDE TRAIN & CHRISTMAS
SHOPPE
BOYERTOWN
610-369-0755
www.yeoldetrain.com
TOBY TYLER'S HOBBY CENTER
PITTSBURGH
412-653-5030
tobytyler111@cs.com
BUSTLETON TRAIN SHOP
PHILADELPHIA
215-698-7266
CHESTNUT TOYBOX
PHILADELPHIA
215-545-0455
chestnuttoy@earthlink.net
THE CABOOSE
LEHIGHTON
570-386-5352
www.thecaboosehobbies.com
victen@ptd.net
CHESTERFIELD HOBBIES
MIDLOTHIAN
804-379-9091
chsthobb@erols.com
www.chesterfieldhobbies.com
DAVIS HOBBY SUPPLIES
PORTSMOUTH
757-397-1983
ralph@davishobby.com
www.davishobby.com
GRAMPA'S TRAIN SHOP
RICE LAKE
715-234-2996
grampastrainshop@yahoo.com
THE TRAIN STORE
WAUKESHA
262-650-6675
HOBBY OUTLET
FOND DU LAC
920-924-3770
hobby_outlet@hotmail.com
CANADA
ONTARIO
CREDIT VALLEY RAILWAY COMPANY
STREETSVILLE
905-826-1306
CVRCO@globalserve.net
www.cvrco.com
TOY TRAIN WORKSHOP
CUMBERLAND
613-833-3125
info@toytrainworkshop.com
www.toytrainworkshop.com
THE TRAIN ROOM
FERGUS
519-787-3280
LOCUST GROVE TRAINS
LOCUST GROVE
540-854-8955
lgtrains@aol.com
www.locustgrovetrains.com
WEST VIRGINIA
PATRICK'S TRAINS
WHEELING
304-232-0714
trains@patstrains.com
www.patstrains.com
SOUTH CAROLINA
EMERALD TRAIN & HOBBY
GREENWOOD
864-223-2247
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