Arlee Station
Aunt Millies House
Barn and Silo
Coaling Station
Coal Mine
Crossover Signal Bridge
Engine House
Exxon Station
Freight Station
Gantry Crane
Grusom Casket
Hardware Shop
Howard Johnson's
Interlocking Tower
Machine Shop
Ma's Place
Old Time Factory
Old Time Station
Pickle Plant
Ramsey Journal Building
Railroad Hotel
Repair Shop
Rico Station
Rolling Bridge
Sawmill and Lumber Yard
Signal Tower (1976-77)
Signal Tower (1978-92)
Speedy Andrews Repair Shop
Three Houses Under Construction
Trackside Maintenance Accessories
Trackside Sand House
Truck Terminal
Village Blacksmith
Water Tower (1976-77)
Water Tower (1978-92)

Brown Box Era HO-Scale Trains
Howard Johnson's

Howard Johnsons

TYCOKIT Howard Johnson's
-No.7754 and 7754B

TYCOKIT No.7754 Howard Johnson's contains 65-pieces molded in five colors and included a sheet of sticker for signage and interior detail. When built, the model's dimensions are 8-1/16" x 4-7/16" x 3-5/8". This kit was added to the group of TYCOKITS in the 1979 TYCO catalog.

The Howard Johnson's kit is featured in TYCO catalogs from 1979-1989. This kit does double-duty in the 1982 TYCO catalog, where it is found in trains and in the US-1 Trucking line. As part of the US-1 Trucking series, TYCO refers to the kit as Howard Johnson's Truck Stop and it carries the catalog number of 3783. Besides a different box, the kit's contents remain the same in either offering.  During the 1980s, TYCO included a lighting kit with many offerings and noted such kits by adding a "B" to the stock number.  TYCOKITS that included a lighting kit also generally included an announcement of the kit on the package face.
In recent years since TYCO departed the model train business, IHC-International Hobby Corp. has offered this same Howard Johnson's kit among its line.

US-1 Howard Johnsons

For two years, 1982 and 1983, TYCO offered three building kits in its US-1 Trucking product line. All three were taken from the model train TYCOKIT series. The Howard Johnson's kit becomes the Howard Johnson's Truck Stop (No.3783) in the US-1 Trucking line. Unlike the Exxon Station and Truck Terminal, which both receive makeovers for their US-1 Trucking appearances, the Howard Johnson's is the same in either product line. The only exceptions being the different catalog number, name, and packaging.