The 1988 edition of the TYCO Catalog is another full color publication
and like the 1987 edition is bound with a spine. The Electric Trains portion of the '88 catalog opens with a pair of
Turbo Train offerings, Turbo Express (No.7424) and Turbo Train (No.7427) spread across pages 76 and 77. Next up
is the new-that-year Rock Island Shark led Overnight Freight train set (No.7401) and the Santa Fe 72 (No.7414) also shown
with a NEW burst logo. TYCO's Chattanooga (No.7416) and the USA Express (No.7420) are next in the 1988 catalog.
The Railroad Empire (No.7429) is the final TYCO train set shown that year and it shares a two page spread with Train Accessories.
TYCO's Train Accessories section for 1988 includes the Horse Car and Depot Set (No.869);
Giant Operating Crane (No.950); Piggyback Loader and Unloader (No.903); Track Layout Expander (No.7903B); TYCOPack (No.895);
the Tru-Steel Track offerings; Bridge & Trestle Set (No.909); TYCOSCENE Layout Board (No.7940); Turbo Train Loop Track
Set (No.7901); Crane Car with Boom Tender (No.865); Crossing Gate (No.908); Operating Floodlight Car (No.346); Electronic
Sound of Steam in 50' B&O Box Car (No.957).
TYCOKits cataloged for 1988 include Furniture Store (No.7774B); Drug Store (No.7772B);
Fruit Store (No.7797B); Barber Shop (No.7771B); Used Car Lot (No.7796B); School House (No.7775B); General Store (No.7798B);
Movie Theatre (No.7799B); Pizza Hut (No.7724B); Burger King (No.7725B); Baskin Robbins (No.7731B); 7UP Plant (No.7727B); Howard
Johnsons (No.7754B); Freight Station (No.7785B); Crossover Signal Bridge (No.7767); Machine Shop (No.7764); Firehouse (No.7789);
Trackside Sand House (No.7763); Signal Tower (No.7768); Water Tower (No.7769); Truck Terminal (No.7768B); Exxon Station (No.7757B);
Arlee Station (No.7761).