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I Love Toy Trains, Part 1 Old McDonald Had a Train, Snoopy on a handcar, real N&W J, fire scene from Choo Choo barn, real steamers from Hesston Steam Museum, cow jokes, action at a miniature circus, the operating Milk car. I've Been Workin' on the Railroad, Wabash Cannonball, Twinkle Twinkle Little Star. Standard Gauge trains operating on massive Carail layout, parade. Stars and Stripes Forever, a rocket to the moon, fireworks.
I Love Toy Trains, Part 2
Prewar classics like the Blue Comet, circus action, how farmers grow food, Santa Fe Super Chief, the real Norfolk & Western J and Southern Pacific Daylight. Beethovens 5th. Blue Angels Air Show, I've Been Workin' on the Railroad. Loading coal and culverts, fire scene, transfer table, bascule bridge and magnetic crane in action. I'm A Train, Wonderful World of Trains. Classics like the Lionel Blue Comet, State Set and the Ives Black Diamond in action. Fireworks.
I Love Toy Trains, Part 3
I've Been Workin on the Railroad, how track is installed, American Flyer accessories, erector coal dumping accessory, logs and coal loaded and unloaded, kitty on the tracks! The Greatest Show on Earth and Waldo the Human Cannonball. She'll Be Comin' Round the Mountain, bloopers, different types of freight cars, train carrying big machines, Jeff explains an end-of-train device, a real roller coaster ride, and a Mi-Jack crane loading vans on flat cars. A brief history of farm tractors. Test on different types of freight cars. The Horseshoe Curve in Pennsylvania. The Blue Angels in action. Special guest appearance: Utah Phillips singing Daddy, Whats a Train?
I Love Toy Trains, Part 4
Brio & LGB, Marx Train layout, Marx side-dumping car, warning about crossing the tracks. Stop, Look and Listen. Real steam engines - the Norfolk & Western J and the Southern Pacific Daylight. Smooth Operator. Brio layout. What Do You Hear? Show and tell - what signals mean. Signal Lights. About electric engines. About diesel engines, different road names. I'm An Engineer, Brio trains, explains boxcar, tank cars, gondola. Early in the Morning. About flat cars and the popular dinosaur segment featuring the Dino Express Song. Take the Dinosaur test when the train stops, you name the dinosaur.
I Love Toy Trains, Part 5
Ain't It Great to be Crazy? Buster the engineer drives too fast. Jeff tells how steam engines are identified. Old McDonald Had a Train. Jeff explains the different between Standard gauge and O gauge. Classic Ives, Lionel and American Flyer Standard gauge trains are featured Blue Comet, Stephen Girard, State Set, Hiawatha, Mayflower, and the extremely rare White Ives set. A steam engine takes a bath. Many different real steam engines. This Train. How steam engines operate, about a Shay locomotive. Down at the Station. Lionel and AF Barrel Loaders in action.
I Love Toy Trains, Part 6 Real steam engines. How electric trains get their power. The Pennsylvania Railroads GG-1. Let's Play With a Wooden Train featuring a Brio-type layout. Hesston Steam Museum, the five Great Lakes. When The Animals Ride the Train. How track is repaired. Layin' Down Those Railroad Ties. About Cranes, Hard Workin' Crane. The different types of bridges. The house where Tom Sawyer lived and the fence that Tom Sawyer tricked his pals into painting. Build a Bridge.
I Love Toy Trains, Part 7
We visit an incredible Lego layout where everything is made with Lego blocks, including the trains. Pokemon characters on a Barrel Loader and Crane. All about the Grand Canyon and the Grand Canyon railroad. Counting Those Railroad Cars. When steam was king. The Railroad of America. Streamline steam engines of the 1930s. Empire State Express, the Dreyfuss Hudson, the Commodore Vanderbilt, Hiawatha, the UP's 49er, Pennsy RR's Torpedo, and Jeff's favorite, the Southern Pacific Daylight. Streamliners. Mickey Mouse Meteor a special train featuring Disney characters. See how many you can name.
I Love Toy Trains, Part 8
Space Launch bloopers, accessory bloopers, layout at Dollhouse Junction, Long Island, New York, a track gang working on the railroad. I've Been Working on the Railroad. About double-heading and helper engines, loading two engines on a flat-bed truck at the Hesston Steam Museum. New River Train. The Pennsylvania Duplex steam locomotive, Ives Circus train from 1928. Big Train. More bloopers. If at first you don't succeed (Jeff outtakes).
I Love Toy Trains, Part 9
Dick Brown's layout with the figure eight, the original 13 colonies train, Yankee Doodle Dandy. Jeff receives a phone call from Joshua Lionel Cowan, a segment on the NYC's Hudson which includes footage of the real Hudson shot in the 1930s, and all the Lionel model Hudsons. The Legends of the Rails. Underground Railroads layout with Vinnie, the puppet who loves toy trains. The first five inductees into the All American Standard Gauge Toy Train Hall of Fame. Toy Train Hall of Fame.
I Love Toy Trains, Part 10
The Paradise Railroad which includes the longest 12-inch gauge trestle bridge in the world. Boxcar Boogie. Jeff takes us for a ride on the Sugar Train on the gorgeous Hawaiian Island of Maui and tells about two of the biggest steam engines ever built, the Big Boy and the Challenger. Rock Island Line. The first five inductees into the Toy Train Prewar O Gauge Hall of Fame. Toy Train Hall of Fame. Look At Me I'm A Train, I Love Toy Trains.
I Love Toy Trains, Part 11
See vintage streamliners like the Burlington Zephyr, Empire State Express, M10,000, Commodore Vanderbilt, Mercury, Dreyfuss Hudson, AeroTrain and Hiawatha. Ghosts of the Rails. Visit an aquarium in Maui and learn about the ocean, see Jeff perform mystifying magic tricks he changes a black Hudson into shimmering gold right before your eyes. Choo Choo Blues. Race with the speediest Grand Prix drivers in the world, and find out who are the first five inductees into the Postwar Toy Train Hall of Fame. Hall of Fame. Even aliens in a spaceship! Aliens Visit Us. All this plus zany bloopers, and Vinnie the puppet does an encore.
I Love Toy Trains, Part 12
We have a gorgeous model of the American Freedom Train, footage of the real train, and a new song, American Freedom Train, by Jim Coffey. A segment on 1930s streamliners includes the UP M10,000, Burlington Zephyr and Hiawatha. See the PPRs DD-1 Electric, an operating layout with trains over 100 years old, and a Modern Era Lionel layout. 900 Miles.