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LCCA Announces a Special Edition Texas Special Walking Brakeman Car!

LCCA Announces a Special Edition Texas Special Walking Brakeman Car!

LCCA Announces a Special Edition Texas Special Walking Brakeman Car! It is the first operating car in the series. This Walking brakeman has been assigned Lionel part number 2101540. Shipping February 1. more

LCCA Releases the Banquet Trolley from the 51st Convention in Scranton

Now Available for Immediate Delivery! The Lionel/LCCA 2021 Convention Banquet Trolley. The Convention was cancelled, but the banquet trolley was not. Its limited production of 50 units makes it a very low production item. It is the perfect companion to the registratin trolley with reverse colors and has a Scranton 'The Electric City' logo on each side in the middle. This is the fifth convention banquet trolley adding to the Reno, Chicago, Boston, and Indianapolis editions. more

LCCA Announces 2021 Convention Car - an EL Walking Brakeman

LCCA Announces 2021 Convention Car - an Erie Lackawanna Walking Brakeman Car! New for 2021, this operating car talks to the history of the Erie Lackawanna, the result of the 1960 merger of the Erie Railroad and the Delaware, Lackawanna, and Western Railroads. This Walking brakeman has been assigned Lionel part number 2101520. This car starts shipping February 1, 2022. more

LCCA Offers a Salute to Our First Responders

After an unexpected, different type of year overwhelmingly focused on a pandemic, the LCCA has decided to Salute Our First Responders who have worked tirelessly to evaluate, treat, and vaccinate our nation with a Made in the USA Boxcar from Lionel. This First Responders Car has been assigned Lionel part number 2101530. more

LCCA Christmas Cars Series

The story of the annual LCCA Christmas cars starts in July 2014 during the LCCA Indianapolis convention. It was at the convention that final agreement was reached on the joining of the Lionel Railroad Club (LRRC) to the LCCA. The LCCA has continued the year end cars that were initially started with the LRRC. more