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Previously Issued T.T.O.S. Southwestern Division Souvenir Cars


In 1983 T.T.O.S. Southwestern Division issued a Cal-Stewart souvenir car ERTL Replica - 1913 Ford Model T Van labeled "Toy Trains Wanted".


The 1986 T.T.O.S. Southwestern Division Cal-Stewart souvenir car was an Eligor, 1934 Ford Pompiers Fire Department Pick-up Truck with ladders and a fire hose.


The 1987 T.T.O.S. Southwestern Division souvenir car for Cal-Stewart was a Solido Age d'or 1950 Chevrolet Sedan Pasadena Yellow cab.


In 1988 T.T.O.S. Southwestern Division issued a Solido Age d'or 1950 Chevrolet Sedan Cal-Stewart Telephone Company souvenir car.


The 1989 T.T.O.S. Southwestern Division Cal-Stewart car was a Solido 1948 Chyrsler Windsor Yellow Cab labeled "Cal Stewart, Pasadena CA".


The first T.T.O.S. Southwestern Division souvenir train car was issued in 1990. It was a custom decorated 'O' gauge boxcar made by K-Line. It had operating couplers and sliding doors.


In 1991 T.T.O.S. Southwestern Division issued a red Solido Age d'or 1950 Chevrolet Sedan Fire Chief's Cal-Stewart souvenir car.

In 1992, the first Cal-Stewart souvenir train car was issued. It was a Southern Pacific 3 bay center flow covered hopper numbered #496035, in 'O' gauge, made by Lionel. Catalogue #6-19962. It featured diecast sprung metal trucks at each end with operating knuckle couplers, 3 operating bay hatches, and roof catwalk detail. The car came in a cement gray color with black lettering.

The 1993 Cal-Stewart souvenir car was a Cotton Belt smoking woodside illuminated caboose in 'O' gauge by Lionel. Catalogue #6-52047. The caboose was 9.5 inches long, featured automatic knuckle couplers, sliding tool box doors, interior lighting, exterior marker lights, and the operating smoke unit. It was dark brown with a black painted roof, orange painted ends and white lettering. Also included with the caboose was a bottle of Smoke Fluid.

The 1995 Cal-Stewart souvenir car was a Pacific Fruit Express reefer numbered #459402 in 'O' gauge by Lionel. Catalogue #6-52073. It featured die-cast metal sprung trucks, opening doors, die-cast metal operating knuckle couplers, metal wheels and axles, and catwalk detail. It was painted orange with black and white lettering.

The 1996 Cal-Stewart souvenir car was a United States Department of Commerce National Bureau of Standards boxcar in 'O' gauge by Lionel. Catalogue #6-52098. It featured operating metal sprung trucks and couplers, opening doors, and catwalk detail. It was painted with single red, white and blue stripes, with a red roof. And featured white and red lettering.

The 1997 Cal-Stewart souvenir car was a Mobilgas Unibody tank car numbered #238 in 'O' gauge made by Lionel. Catalogue #6-52121. This limited edition car was the fifth car manufactured commemorating the Cal-Stewart Train Meet. The car featured detailed markings, die-cast sprung trucks & operating couplers at each end, ladders, brake wheel, warning signs, and an air compressor.

The 1998 Cal-Stewart souvenir car was a Pacific Fruit Express reefer numbered #459403 by Lionel in 'O' gauge. Catalogue #6-52154. It was the sixth car issued by T.T.O.S. Southwestern Division to commemorate the Cal-Stewart train meet. It was designed to accompany the 1995 Cal-Stewart car, which was also a PFE reefer. It also featured operating sliding doors, metal sprung trucks with operating couplers at each end, metal door guides & couplers, brake wheel and roof catwalk.


The 1999 Cal-Stewart souvenir car was a 2 level Santa Fe auto carrier car with 4 die-cast Ertl Cadillacs in 'O' gauge for Rail King by MTH. Catalogue #30-7659. It featured die-cast metal trucks, operating knuckle couplers, and a detailed ABS plastic body.


The 2000 Cal-Stewart souvenir car was a 2 level Union Pacific auto carrier car with 4 die-cast Ertl Ford Thunderbirds in 'O' gauge for Rail King by MTH. Catalogue #30-7674. It featured die-cast metal trucks, operating knuckle couplers, and a detailed ABS plastic body.

The 2001 Cal-Stewart souvenir car was an 'O' gauge Santa Fe El Capitan Unibody Tank car by MTH. It was the ninth limited edition 'O' gauge car manufactured commemorating the Cal-Stewart Train Meet. It was highly detailed, and available in 3, non-sequential road numbers (102, 106, & 114). It also featured metal sprung trucks, operating knuckle couplers at each end, brake wheel and warning signs.

The 2002 Cal-Stewart souvenir car was a U.S. Air Force Operating MX Missile Car by Lionel in 'O' gauge. Catalogue #6-52287. It was the 10th car in the Cal-Stewart series and featured a remotely operated opening roof and missile launcher. It included die cast metal sprung trucks, operating knuckle couplers at each end, brake wheel and ladders. The inspiration for this car was an actual cold war era car built for the United States Air Force Strategic Air Command.

The 2005 Cal-Stewart souvenir cars were a Ward Kimball 6464 style boxcar in 'O' gauge by Lionel catalogue #6-52385 and 'S' gauge by American Flyer catalogue #6-48244 by Lionel. It featured metal door guides, stamped metal frame and die-cast metal sprung trucks. Ward Kimball is remembered as a Charter member and Past President of the Train Collectors Association (TCA). He was the long time Art Editor for the Toy Train Operating Society (TTOS) National Bulletin and produced a huge assortment of cover photos for both TTOS and TCA National publications, one of which became a best selling poster ("Toys in the Attic"). Aside from being a well known collector and operator of toy trains, Ward Kimball is most remembered for creating his own backyard full-sized railroad which he named 'Grizzly Flats'. A caricature that Ward Kimball drew of himself appears on each side of the car. One side of the car also displays the image of the famous Grizzly Flats station, and the other side of the car has Ward Kimball's signature prominently displayed. Each car was packaged in a custom decorated box, with both Ward?s caricature and the Grizzly flats Depot on it.



The 2006 Cal-Stewart souvenir car was a U.S. Air Force Operating MX Missile car in 'O' gauge by Lionel. Catalogue #6-52431. It was designed to be a companion car to the 2002 (#6-52287) MX Missile car. It featured remote controlled opening roof and missile launching, die cast metal sprung trucks, operating knuckle couplers at each end, brake wheel and ladders.



The 2007 Cal-Stewart souvenir cars were an 'O' gauge Five Flavor Lifesavers® Tank car by Lionel catalogue #6-52476 and an 'S' gauge American Flyer Five Flavor Lifesavers® tank car by Lionel catalogue #6-48265. This was the first time ever that a Wm. Wrigley Co. Lifesavers® tank car was produced in 'S' gauge. Both cars featured die-cast sprung trucks and operating couplers.



The 2008 Cal-Stewart souvenir cars were a continuation of the Wm. Wrigley Co. Lifesavers® Tank car series. The second multiple gauge car offering in this series came in the form of an 'O' gauge Wild Cherry Lifesavers® Tank car by Lionel and an 'S' gauge American Flyer Wild Cherry Lifesavers® tank car by Lionel. Catalogue numbers #6-52515 and #6-48275. These cars featured die-cast metal trucks, operating couplers at each end, brakewheel and metal ladders.



The 2009 Cal-Stewart souvenir cars were an 'O' gauge Pep-O-Mint Lifesavers® Tank car by Lionel and an 'S' gauge American Flyer Pep-O-Mint Lifesavers® tank car by Lionel. Catalogue numbers #6-52565 and #6-48288. This was the third offering of Wm. Wrigley Co. Lifesavers® cars in the series. These cars featured metal sprung trucks with operating couplers at each end, brake wheel, metal ladders and catwalk platform.



The 2010 Cal-Stewart souvenir cars were an 'O' gauge Butter Rum Lifesavers® Tank car by Lionel and an 'S' gauge American Flyer Butter Rum Lifesavers® tank car by Lionel. Catalogue numbers #6-52569 and #6-48290. This was the fourth offering in the Wm. Wrigley Co. Lifesavers® car series. These cars also featured die-cast metal sprung trucks with operating couplers at each end, brake wheel, metal ladders and catwalk platform detailing.



The 2011 Cal-Stewart souvenir cars were an 'O' gauge Winter Green Lifesavers® tank car by Lionel and an 'S' gauge American Flyer Winter Green Lifesavers® tank car by Lionel. Catalogue numbers #6-52591 and #6-48296. This was the fifth tank car offering in the Wm. Wrigley Co. Lifesavers® car series. These cars also featured die-cast metal sprung trucks with operating couplers at each end, brake wheel, metal ladders and catwalk platform detailing.


The 2013 Cal-Stewart souvenir cars were an 'O' gauge Five Flavor Lifesavers® Bay Window Caboose by Lionel and an 'S' gauge American Flyer Five Flavor Lifesavers® Bay Window Caboose made by Lionel. Catalogue numbers #6-58548 and #6-41004. This was the sixth car offering in the Wm. Wrigley Co. Lifesavers® car series. These cars also featured interior lighting, die-cast metal sprung trucks with operating knuckle couplers at each end, brake wheel, and metal ladders. The Lionel 'O' Gauge version was an operating smoking caboose, while the American Flyer 'S' Gauge version had a blinking strobe light above its rear door.


The 2014 Cal-Stewart souvenir cars were the the 7th and final car in the Wm. Wrigley Co. LifeSavers® series of cars. Offered were an 'O' gauge Lifesavers® Candy Cane Peppermint Tank Car by Lionel and an 'S' gauge American Flyer Lifesavers® Candy Cane Peppermint Tank Car made by Lionel. Catalogue numbers #6-58208 and #6-41018. These cars featured die-cast metal sprung trucks with operating knuckle couplers at each end, brake wheel, detailed catwalk and metal ladders.

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