The ATT River Bridge measured 13 1/8" in length and was cast in a red brick color.
The retail price was $2.98 for this kit.
Standard City Station
An ad from ATT in the January 1968 Railroad Model Craftsman magazine calls this kit
the Island Station. The kit carried a $3.98 retail price.
Station On A Curve (not
A multi-functional kit from ATT, the Station On A Curve is designed to handle either
or both an 18" and 22" radius curve. If the kit is placed outside the curve, an 18" radius works; if the kit is placed
inside the curve, then a 22" radius wraps around the kit. From end to end, the Station On A Curve measured 35 1/4" in
length and sold for $4.98 in the late '60s.
Steel Arch Girder Bridge
Giant Suspension Bridge
Here's an impressive offering from ATT's kit line, a 4'-6" long Suspension Bridge.
ATT noted that this bridge could handle a single track of HO-scale or double-track N-scale. This snap together kit sold
for $9.98 in the late 1960s. ATT's No.602L was a lighting kit for the Suspension Bridge. The lighting kit includes
24 grain-of-wheat bulbs strung on 12' of wire and sold for $4.98.