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Casey Jones 4-6-0 Steam Locomotive
Arcade & Attica
No. 5151-C

Casey Jones 4-6-0 Steam Locomotive
Illinois Central
No. 5152-B
No. 5151-B
No. 5151-02

AHM Casey Jones Steam Engine

Research indicates this Rivarossi-made steam locomotive model arrives in 1969. AHM's 1977 catalog features the Casey Jones 4-6-0 with a retail of $54.98, by the 1980 catalog has the engine listed for $69.98.  The Casey Jones model is not found in AHM's 1980s catalogs. Catalog information notes a unlettered black version was offered, in addition to Arcade & Attica and Illinois Central releases.

In addition to this HO-scale replica, AHM also featured the Casey Jones engine in the company's 1970s O-scale collection.  The large Casey Jones release could be bought R-T-R (No.7201BU); plus as a two-part kit (No.7201 loco and No.7201M motorizing kit). 

The first two AHM parts diagrams (on left) show the Casey Jones from its 1969 release. The next two pages (on right) show the design used for the 1975 issue of this model. You may click on any image above to open a larger version for best viewing.

Image sources include AHM product catalogs and advertisments, as well as images from eBay auctions and other sources. Information presented comes from variety of sources including product catalogs, magazine articles and Wikipedia.