Pony Loco and Tender 0-4-0
Mikado and Tender 2-8-2
General Loco and Tender 4-4-0
Pacific and Tender 4-6-2
1890 Loco and Tender 4-6-0
Prairie and Tender 2-6-2
Booster Loco 0-4-0
Shifter and Tender 0-4-0
Texas and Tender 2-10-4
Dixie Belle 4-6-0
Consolidation 2-8-0
Spirit of America and Tender 4-6-0
1880 Twelve-Wheeler 4-8-0
Steam Loco and Tender 0-8-0
Steam Loco and Tender 0-6-0

Consolidation 2-8-0 and Tender
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe
No. 245-22 -1978 Release

Consolidation 2-8-0 and Tender
No. 245-15 -1975 Release

Consolidaton 2-8-0 GM&O

Consolidation 2-8-0 and Tender
Gulf, Mobile & Ohio
No. 245-71 -1982 Release

Consolidaton 2-8-0 Royal Blue

Consolidation 2-8-0 and Tender
The Royal Blue
No. 245-02 -1977 Release

TYCO Consolidation

Consolidation 2-8-0 and Tender
Santa Fe
No. 245-22 -1975 Release

Consolidaton 2-8-0 Union Pacific

Consolidation 2-8-0 and Tender
Union Pacific
No. 245-23 -1979 Release

Consolidaton from 1973-74 Catalog

TYCO's 245-series steam engine was first shown in 1973-74 as an 0-8-0 locomotive, rather then the 2-8-0 that would be produced later. This original model appears to be a typical worm-drive steam engine, the later 245-series Consolidation would be driven by a PowerTorque motor located in the tender of the model.

After appearing as an 0-8-0 in 1973-74, the steamer turns to smoke and is absent from the 1974-75 catalog. The model number 245 is back in 1975-76, but now as a 2-8-0 Consolidation. The price for this ready-to-run steam engine with smoke was $33 in the mid-1970's.
The spring of 1976 was the delivery time of the TYCO 2-8-0.  Railroad Modeler magazine features a new product review of this steam engine in the May 1976 issue.  A reference is made to TYCO's TV advertising campaign promoting its Chattanooga Choo-Choo train sets that included this model.  The magazine called the TYCO 2-8-0, "an excellent looking Consolidation that is one of the most powerful small steam locomotives we have ever seen."  The review went on to state, "The detailing on the plastic loco superstructure is excellent and we think the finest TYCO has done."  The retail price was $36 in 1976.