A.F. Product Gallery: Track Terminal

Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:707
Road Name:Track Terminal
Year Introduced:1946
The #707 Track Terminal that was produced from 1946 through 1959, in two variations. The variation with the Fahnstock clip is shown in the photo. The second variation has a Zip clip. This terminal makes contact with only one rail (the #690 makes contact with both rails). The #707 is used for many accessories, such as the Talking Station, to re-apply power to the isolated track section after the accessory has completed it function.
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model owned by Ted Hamler
photo © Ted Hamler
Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:690
Road Name:Track Terminal
Year Introduced:1946
The #690 Track Terminal was produced from 1946 through 1956, in four variations. The first two variations are shown in the main photo. Both have Fahnstock clips, but one has a black fiber board base while the second has a brown fiber board base. The third variation is similar to the one on the left with Fahnstock clips, however it has "TRACK TERMINAL" stamped on the base. The last variation used Zip clips instead of the Fahnstock ones. The 1957-through-1959 version was cataloged as #26690 and came in a tan envelope. Photo #2 shows the original packaging.
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Photo #2
model owned by Ted Hamler
photo © Ted Hamler

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