I don't know who made this. It is a ride on train. The train is a little over 10 inches tall, and 2 feet long. It appears to be modeled after Burlington Northerns "AELOUS" streamliner.
American Flyer #350 "The Royal Blue".
American Flyer #302 I love this engine! It features the red glowing smoke box, smoke, and the well known "chug-chug" sound that made these steamers so special.
American Flyer baggage car #40, and coach #20. Don't know much about the cars. I paid $20. for both of them, the price sounded fair to me.
Hafner #1010, I haven't seen this listed in any of my price guides. The closest that I have found is #1000, same engine, different number.
The 2 pictures below are my Marx tin train cars. The first picture shows some very common cars. The second, is a car I bought for $1.
M.T.H. M-10000-When I saw this was going to be made I freaked, and had to have it! This is one of my all time favorite train designs. I have only ran this train one time, then it went back in the box. Back in high school I drew a scale drawing of it as a final exam in drafting class. I got an A+. Below is a link to the history of this train. The only thing missing is the train originally ran on rubber wheel sets.
This was my last layout. The layout was scrapped because I moved into a much smaller house. My new train room is 10'x8', where the old room was 13'x15'. But, we do have a 40'x20' covered deck. Hmmm, the possabilities.