Most autistic things you own -


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A whole lot of S-gauge American Flyer trains. Inherited my Dad's old set a few years back when the basement was cleaned out, and after fiddling with it for a bit, decided I had to have more... and got a bit eBay addicted.... as you can see.

Mostly from the "good" years of production (1953 - 1955) but I do have one really old piece, an engine from 1947, only 2 years after the factory went back to making toy trains from detonators for blockbuster bombs.

73 years old and it still runs just fine.
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I have lots of books and magazines about trains.

I don’t consider it autistic becuase atleast you get information and enjoyment out of them unlike the mass produced plastic crap people in this thread have.