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Old 11-09-2014, 04:40:36 PM
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Is there a book out there that lists the commercially manufactured toy steam engines for collectors? I see there's one for the toy accessories, but not one for the engines themselves?
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Default Re: Model Steam book

There are over 1300 steam engine model books on ebay Many are for old models or for plans for them.

If you have a specific model and you want info on it, put a picture on here and you may get the answer or some helpful info.
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Is there a book out there that lists the commercially manufactured toy steam engines for collectors? I see there's one for the toy accessories, but not one for the engines themselves?
Here is one list of builders I stumbled into some time back.

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Here is one list of builders I stumbled into some time back.

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Sorry forgot to post the link.

http://www.toysteambible.org/
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