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Best!

The automatic gateman set the standard for operating and amusing accessories

Most patriotic!

Lionel has waved American flags with 48 and 50 stars

Flashiest!

Big and blinking highway signals have protected Lionel roads since the 1920s

Noisiest!

Announce, sing, yell, or giggle with the no. 465 sound dispatching station

Hottest!

Lionel dared to ship radioactive materials with the no. 14065 nuclear reactor

Strongest!

The no. 32910 rotary coal tipple hoisted black diamonds plus a hopper car

 Darkest!

Lionel cloaked its no. 119 landscaped tunnel from 1957 and ’58 in shadow and mystery

Most mysterious!

A trio of ingenious models introduced in 1940 shared a perplexing secret

Brightest!

Four lights and colorful towers let the no. 395 floodlight towers outshine its rivals

Slowest!

Creeping at a snail’s pace suited the no. 350 engine transfer table just fine

Funniest!

Different identities of the no. 128 animated newsstand have kept us laughing since 1957

Most complex!

Handling culverts on the nos. 342 and 345 operating models demanded lots of coordination

Thinnest!

Time to stand tall and salute a century’s worth of Lionel semaphores

Messiest!

Kids loved and moms hated the coal-spewing no. 397 diesel-type loader

Handiest!

You needed steady fingers plus good luck to enjoy the no. 461 platform with truck and trailer

Snappiest!

Clicks and bubbles brought the no. 455 oil derrick to life

Shyest!

The no. 93 water tower never escaped the shadows of its big brothers

Tardiest!

It really did take Lionel 40 years to bring out the no. 213 operating lift bridge

Dizziest!

Two guys chasing each other made the no. 192 railroad control tower a favorite

Most expensive!

Money was no object when Lionel set out to design the no. 497 coaling station

Coolest!

Escaping the cold with the hot no. 352 ice depot set with car from 1955

Biggest!

You just won’t find a larger or tougher accessory than the no. 12741 Mi-Jack intermodal crane

Spaciest!

It took Lionel 60 years to reach for the stars with the no. 175 rocket launcher

Exploring the wonderful world of Lionel Trains: Accessories

Colorful and innovative accessories have entertained us for a century