for your Train
Allan Herschell Company in
should be noted however that they donít have every part you may need.
As one train owner told me if you have to go have a piece manufactured at
a local machine shop and if itís a mechanical piece do not tell them itís
for an amusement ride. Machine
shops will often shy away from doing such work because of liability that could
be passed along to them if the part is ever found to have failed and contributed
to an injury of an employee or rider.
Gary Warner also advertises that he makes parts for G12 & G16 MTC trains. Some of the parts in his advertisement include decorative horns, windows, ties, track clips Model/Serial number plates, stirrup steps and more.
Another source for parts is a place called Miniature Train Works (630-553-3143). According to their add they are Makers of G-16 train components. G-16 restoration, fiberglass train A and B bodies and specialty parts.
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