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AHM HO-Scale Trains Resource
AHM-Associated Hobby Manufacturers was a major player in the HO-scale train world from the '60s into the '80s.  See the line of AHM locos, freight cars, and accessories by clicking on the logo above.

ATLAS 1970's HO-Scale Trains Resource
This site features a look at the Roco-produced line of HO-scale dieseles introduced by ATLAS in the mid-'70s.  Click on the ATLAS logo above to enter.

COX HO-Scale Trains Resource
Originally populated by Athearn-made examples, in 1975 COX began importing a very interesting line of HO-scale trains.  See the COX line of trains, including their popular Trainscapes relases by clicking on the logo above.

Life-Like Trains

Life-Like HO-Scale Trains Resource
Arriving in the late '60s following the end of the Varney line, Life-Like offered a wide variety of HO-scale trains for the ready-to-run market.  Click on the Life-Like name above for more.

PEMCO HO-Scale Trains Resource
They weren't in the market long in the early 1980's, but PEMCO did feature an interesting line of HO-scale trains.  Click on the PEMCO logo to see this group of model trains.

Revell HO-Scale Trains Resource
Long known for its line of model kits featuring cars, planes, and ships, Revell entered the ready-to-run HO-scale trains world in the 1950s.  Find out more by clicking on the Revell logo above.

TYCO Trains Red Box Era HO-Scale Trains Resource
See TYCO's HO-scale trains from the early '60s into the early '70s.  The introduction of the GP-20, Alco 430, and more are one click of the yellow TYCO logo away.

TYCO US-1 Electric Trucking Resource
A interesting variation of the HO-scale slot car line was TYCO's US1 Electric Trucking.  The line kept on truckin' for five years in the '80s.  Click on the US-1 shield above to see this TYCO line.