Welcome to the online home of The Train Gallery, your source for the finest in O gauge model trains!  We carry products from Lionel, Williams by Bachmann and Sunset Models/ 3rd Rail.  Our goal is to provide you with the finest O gauge model trains at a fair price.  We use TCA grading standards plus product knowledge gained from over 50 years of operating and collecting Lionel trains.  CHECK BACK OFTEN AS WE ARE ALWAYS ADDING NEW ITEMS TO OUR LIST

To Order

To Order:


Call us with your order at 412-401-6915 to verify stock of item and to obtain shipping charges. We will send you photos of any item not factory sealed upon request prior to purchase.   We accept check or money orders for payment.  Sorry no COD, Credit or Debit Cards accepted.  We offer a free 90 day layaway plan.  33% down, 33% in 60 days and the balance due within 90 days from the layaway start date.  Layaway plans not paid in full within 90 days will forfeit the initial deposit.  Returns must be initiated within 7 days of receipt.  Call us for a return authorization number and the reason for the return. You must pay return shipping costs and we recommend it be insured as we are not responsible for shipping damage.  Returns are subject to a 20% re-stocking fee unless we made a mistake with your order!  We do not accept returns on NEW merchandise that has been used for any reason.  Manufacturer warranty will apply in these cases.




From time to time we offer up-grades to various models.  In 2007 we developed the LIONEL style pilot apron for the WILLIAMS F-3 DIESELS.


These were featured in CLASSIC TOY TRAINS:


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A note on postwar product:


Keep in mind that the last postwar product, 1969 production, is 48 years old!  Grading is based on condition of finish.  All postwar locomotives we sell will be in running condition unless noted in the description.  MINT items will be UN-TESTED.  We cannot guarantee that reverse units will operate flawlessly, pulling power, or that horns work.  We do not guarantee accessory operation.  Remember, while originally made as toys, high grade postwar trains are primarily collector items.