Below please find many useful links that can be used in researching the hobby, trains or train parts. Also various museums and clubs. Just click on the text and it will open in another page.
TTOS National Club Web Site.
Last of the giants, steam engines on you tube. (really nice Challengers, Big Boys)
Wheels Museum in Albuquerque, NM web site.
Lionel Steam locomotive and tender web site guide really good resource.
Lionel parts and ordering web site online is available here for you.
Pre and post war model train schematics. Good for rebuilding engines and a price guide as well.
Post war descriptions and identifying Lionel engine types. Also links too many model train clubs.
Mikes Train House web site is available for you here.
MTH DCS Protosound web site news center where you can order parts and find information.
Hobby Surplus web site for assorted unusual parts for your trains and layouts, many different gauge types as well.
Former Greenberg’s Train, Toy & Hobby Show web site, where you can find out about different shows coming to your area.
California State Railroad Museum web site.
Steam Town National Historic Site web site.
Age of Steam Railroad Museum in Dallas, Texas web site.
Conrail cyclopedia EMD index web site where you can find great information about Conrail.
Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Co and Museum web site.
The Northwest Railway Museum web site.
Arizona and New Mexico Trains at Cajon Pass and Tehachapi Loop web site.
New Mexico Rail Runner web site and has routes, pictures and schedules.
The Chama Toltec railroad in New Mexico web site.
The Durango Silverton Railroad in Colorado web site.
This is a great web site directory of trains from around the world and USA.
World Famous Horseshoe Curve in Altoona, Pennsylvania web site.
This is the 2926 Steam Engine web site being rebuilt to full operation here in Albuquerque, New Mexico.