A-3 Shunter 0-4-0 Steam Engine
Dockside 0-4-0 Steam Engine
Teakettle 0-4-0 Steam Engine
4-4-0 Old Timer Steam Engine
0-4-0 Steam Engine with Tender
2-6-0 Steam Engine
2-8-2 Mikado Steam Engine
4-6-0 Steam Engine
Pacific 4-6-2 Steam Engine
GG1 Electric
SW7 Diesel Switcher
F9-A Diesel Locomotive
Century 628 Diesel Locomotive
RS-11 Diesel Locomotive
C-415 Diesel Locomotive
FP-45 Diesel Locomotive
F40PH Diesel Locomotive
Low-Nose GP38-2 Diesel Locomotive
Hi-Nose GP-38-2 Diesel Locomotive
Locomotive and Caboose Set
Freight Cars
Passenger Cars
Spirit of '76
Circus Trains
Promotional-Special Run Trains
Action Cars
Action Accessories
Building Kits
Train Sets
Light Ups
Super Light Ups
Life-Like History
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Black and Orange
As far as I know, this style packaging is the initial one Life-Like utilized for its HO-scale train line.  The Life-Like HO-scale model train line arrives with the purchase of the Varney line.  The round oval Life-Like logo is associated with this early '70s look.

Life-Like's 1977 product catalog is the first one to feature the red and blue pinstripes with circus style lettering.  This look stays until the early '80s.  A Life-Like sheet included with the 1977 catalog refers to this style as "New Life-Like 'Family' Packaging Image."  The look is somewhat shortlived, Life-Like moves to another look in 1980.

Precision Engineered
The 1980 catalog brought in a refined look to the late '70s circus design.  Life-Like included "Precision Engineered" along with their logo on boxes and retained from the Circus/Family design were the red and blue pinstripes.

Tan Box
This look arrives in the mid 1980s.

Life-Like Burlington Northern F-7A

This is the contemporary look of Life-Like packaging.  The corner logo includes the double-L Life-Like logo with the package employing red, yellow and blue bands.