New CTT posters!

Posted by Roger Carp
on Wednesday, March 20, 2019

UPDATE: Learn more about the 6464 series of boxcars in my new Professor Carp video!

Too often when I’m visiting the homes of toy train operators and collectors, the walls of their basement or attic where they display their treasures seem especially bare. Maybe a dusty old lantern hangs from a hook, or there are faded photos of vintage cars and planes.

Fortunately,Classic Toy Trainshas the answer to your decorating woes. We are proud to offer an exclusive set of three full-color posters documenting the classic series of near-scale boxcars Lionel produced between 1953 and 1969. Every member of the no. 6464 series is there, from the first four members cataloged through the special boxcar made for the Train Collectors Association. What a terrific way to share these classics.

All three posters measure 16 x 20 inches and are printed on 100-pound coated stock. They feature sharp and detailed images of pristine examples of all the boxcars.

The first poster features 10 boxcars cataloged between 1953 and 1954. Large images stand out. With them are the railroad names and years Lionel cataloged them.

The second poster follows with the next 10 boxcars, which Lionel cataloged between 1954 and 1957. These are some of the most colorful and desirable of them all.

The third poster carries the series from 1957 all the way through the end of the 1960s. There are the final nine cars in the cataloged line, plus the promotional TCA one.

You can order any of the three posters for $14.99 or pick up the entire set of three for $39.99. Place your order today at www.kalmbachhobbystore.com

Poster #1

Poster #2

Poster #3

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