Castle Art Gaiety Toys - Streamline Train and Wagon

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This model is the Castle Art\Gaiety Toys Streamline Train and Wagon with the train in blue and the wagon in green.

The models are one-piece metal bodies molded with representations of the wheel arches, headlight, smoke stack and cab on the Train and the rudimentary shape of a Wagon. There is no glazing.

There is no base plate however the undersides of the models are marked with "Gaiety Toys" at the rear of the castings.

All wheels are pressed wood or cardboard, painted brown.

I do not know when this item was released but believe it to have been during the 1940s.

Item: 1465


This model is the Castle Art\Gaiety Toys Streamline Train in green.

The model is a one-piece metal body molded with representations of the wheel arches, headlight, smoke stack and cab. There is no glazing.

There is no base plate however the underside of the model is marked with "Gaiety Toys" at the rear of the casting.

All wheels are pressed wood or cardboard, painted brown.

I do not know when this item was released but believe it to have been during the 1940s.

Item: 3109

 


This model is the Castle Art\Gaiety Toys Streamline Train and Wagon with the train and the wagons in green. I am not certain this is all one set as one wagon shows significantly more wear and some fatigue.

The models are one-piece metal bodies molded with representations of the wheel arches, headlight, smoke stack and cab on the Train and the rudimentary shape of a Wagon to the wagons. There is no glazing.

There is no base plate however the undersides of the models are marked with "Gaiety Toys Reg —".

All wheels are pressed wood or cardboard, painted brown.

I do not know when this item was released but believe it to have been during the 1940s.

Item: 3505

 


This model is the Castle Art\Gaiety Toys Streamline Train and Wagon with the train and the wagon in red.

The models are one-piece metal bodies molded with representations of the wheel arches, headlight, smoke stack and cab on the Train and the rudimentary shape of a Wagon to the wagon. There is no glazing.

There is no base plate however the undersides of the models are marked with "Gaiety Toys Reg —".

All wheels are pressed wood or cardboard, painted brown.

I do not know when this item was released but believe it to have been during the 1940s.

Item: 3506