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You simply cannot have operating cars in any of the other gauges, which is why O Gauge is the best Die-cast metal sprung trucks and operating couplers, and hidden uncoupling tabs, Real wood flatcar deck with die-cast metal flatcar body, Separately applied metal underframe details, Bridge plates on ends raise and lower, Load of two removable piggyback trailers The track in the set includes 8 Curved, 3 Straight and 1 Fastrack Terminal Section, making a 40x60 inch oval.
My older brothers and I used to play with it at my grandfathers house in the mid to late 1960s.
The 2-4-2 steam locomotive is engine #999 with a New York Central tender. The rolling stock is tin with 4 wheels on each truck and consists of a tank car, PRR boxcar, a gondola and caboose labeled READING. Although my internet research is showing Marx made trains during the Depression, Im guessing this set is maybe from post-war to the 50s.
My father and grandfather are long gone and unfortunately any of my surviving family members dont have a clue. The 999 first came out in 1940 or 1941, then production resumed after WWII.
If any one can help me shed some light on this I would appreciate 999 is prewar (before WW2) and I think the 999 was the first die-cast locomotive marx made. Read through here, have guys here that run Marx, someone should answer with more info. I would estimate your set probably was made between 19.