2nd QUARTER 2022: HObbyline was a pioneering manufacturer of HO scale injection-molded plastic trains founded by John English in the early 1950s, producing a variety of locomotives and rolling stock until the tooling was sold to Lionel in 1958. Tony Cook looks back at an interesting roundhouse structure kit offered by Rivarossi in the 1960s, while Tony Lucio reviews TYCO billboard hoppers of the 1970s. All this and more in the Second Quarter 2022 issue of HO Collector!

TrainWorld’s Exclusive Santa Fe Blackbonnet in HO scale

TrainWorld’s Exclusive Santa Fe Blackbonnet in HO scale

In Broadway Limited Imports’ new release of HO-scale F3s, New York’s Trainworld has exclusive Santa Fe Blackbonnet F3s!


HObbyline Locomotives and Rolling Stock

HObbyline Locomotives and Rolling Stock

How many HObbyline models are in your collection?


Future Collectibles: Athearn Genesis “Legendary Liveries” FP45s

Future Collectibles: Athearn Genesis “Legendary Liveries” FP45s

A new production of Athearn Genesis FP45 diesel locomotives includes a trio of amazing “Future Collectibles.”


HObbyline – Morrisville’s Best-Kept Secret

HObbyline – Morrisville’s Best-Kept Secret

A look at HObbyline and much more in HO Collector’s 2nd Quarter 2022 edition.


Don’t Forget “Collector Consist” in Railroad Model Craftsman

Don’t Forget “Collector Consist” in Railroad Model Craftsman

There’s always more hobby history and you’ll find a serving presented quarterly in the pages of Railroad Model Craftsman.


Fifth Anniversary for HO Collector

Fifth Anniversary for HO Collector

Five years of covering vintage 1:87 model trains is marked as HO Collector moves into 2022. The quarterly publication expands to 68 pages going forward.


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