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Railroad Links Directory: Top : Railroadiana : Antiques and Collectibles

Railroadiana : Antiques and Collectibles

Links to websites featuring railroad related antiques and collectibles. Sites include dealers and distributors along with sites containing information about the railroad collectible hobby.

There are 28 links in this category

Phoebe Snow Company Inc. New
We strive to offer unique products that help you experience a little bit of the classic American dining car. We invite you to browse through our store and shop with confidence. You can create an account with us if you like, or shop as a guest.
Info: URL: http://www.phoebesnowco.com/ (Added: 29-Nov-2016)
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Brass Whistle Railroad Antiques Pop
Brass Whistle Railroad Antiques Railroad antiques and collectibles
Info: URL: http://brasswhistle.com (Added: 24-Sep-1999)
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Dorflinger's Antiques & Collectibles Pop
Offering a fine selection of railroadiana, including keys, locks, lanterns, and paper ephemera.
Info: URL: http://www.dorfantiques.com (Added: 14-Jul-2000)
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Adams & Westlake, Ltd.
Adams & Westlake, Ltd. Lanterns, Lamps & Collectibles.
Info: URL: http://www.adlake.com/index.html (Added: 24-Sep-1999)
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Brosamer's Bells - Railroad Bells
Brosamer's Bells - Railroad Bells
Info: URL: http://www.brosamersbells.com/rr.html (Added: 18-Oct-1998)
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Date Nail Info
Date Nail Info - Jeff's date nail page. Extensive information on date nails, what they are, how they were used, where to find them, how to collect and display them, etc.
Info: URL: http://pages.uindy.edu/~oaks/DateNailInfo.htm (Added: 18-Oct-1998)
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Dean Ogle - Railroadiana
Public and employee timetables, other paper railroadiana.
Info: URL: http://www.cjn253.com (Added: 4-Jan-2005)
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Fakes, Frauds and Reproductions Ed Pick
In recent years, the railroadiana-collecting hobby has becoming increasingly plagued by fakery. Created by the Key, Lock and Lantern organization, this page is must reading for anyone interested in collecting Railroadiana.
Info: URL: http://www.klnl.org/pgFakes.htm (Added: 13-Mar-2002)
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Glass and Porcelain Insulators - Crown Jewels of the Wire
This site is dedicated to the collectors of historic glass and porcelain insulators used by telegraph, telephone and electric power utilities. Insulators are the "crown jewels of the wire."
Info: URL: http://www.crownjewelsofthewire.com (Added: 18-Jul-2000)
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Glass Insulators
Glass Insulators were first produced in the 1850's for use with telegraph lines. As technology developed insulators were needed for telephone lines, electric power lines, and other applications. In the mid 1960's a few people began collecting these insulators. Today there are over 2000 collectors, and insulator clubs, national shows, and good reference books are available.
Info: URL: http://www.insulators.com (Added: 18-Jul-2000)
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