Another popular place is e Bay which is an auction site and quite extensive but comes with costs associated with selling them.There are also national auction companies that specialize in selling trains.With steam locomotives, the front wheels guide the engine along the tracks.
One way to get a good idea for what the market will pay is to sample the market.We’ve divided these locomotives into the two areas that Lionel produced them for. Some of the "O" Gauge locomotives will not run on "O27" Gauge track. 726 & 736 that was in production from 1946 until 1966.The "O27" gauge locomotives were more economically priced and there are more of these in existance today. Refer to the Track Identification Page for details on locomotive and rolling stock compatibility.If there is a hobby shop that sells used trains or a train show in your area, visit and look around.In addition to the value comments you'll find below, you should also keep in mind that the price you see on a tag is not necessarily what you should expect to get. If a model can sell for , chances are the dealer is only going to be willing to pay between and to acquire it.We are listing those engines, cars and accessories that Lionel produced in O Scale.See the chart below for the range of scales that are available in model railroading. It's a common question with a complicated answer. Ultimately, the value of your trains is determined by the market itself. There are three good methods to place a value on model trains or any other collectible.See the Lionel Track page for more specific information concerning the size of the O Scale trains that Lionel produced during the Post War Period.The information contained on these pages is not meant to be inclusive of everything that was made by Lionel, but rather to give you enough information to identify the trains that you have.