We have over 2,900 images of car sides and car tops spread
over 2 large, general sub collections – Standard and Premium.
The Premium collections feature the work of our more
experienced users and enthusiasts. Peter Lloyd Lee’s
eleven carefully crafted collections focus on that key era
between 1940 and 1960 which encompasses the best of the steam
era and beginnings of the early diesel era. Pater has
fashioned a large collection of cars each with a unique bill of
lading from crates to lumber to tractors.
Included in the Bruno Pigozzo collections are collections
from his backyard which includes CN, CP, BN, Amtrak and Conrail.
Bruno has branched out to include a variety of modern European
freight and passenger cars as well as some specialized
collections of Shortline, Modern Freight and Special Cars (MoW).
Mark Johnson likes to focus on specific types of cars in his
custom work. So in his MJ collection, you will find many
examples of 40 and 50 foot box cars, reefers, tankers and
gondolas and hoppers. You can quickly fill an empty yard
with any of Mark’s collections and still have a good variety of
Jim Schenk has rapidly developed several car collection based
on several popular fallen flags - like the CNW, GN, MoPac, the
Katy, Pennsy, NYC, and the Rock among others. Jim's
collections always include passenger cars as well as typcial
freight cars for each carrier.
Passenger car service from the western US is well represented
in the US passenger car collection – over 300 car types in 16
folders representing the major rail roads lie UP, BN and its
predecessor the Great Northern, Amtrak, the Super Chief, the
California Zephyr and even a large portion of the Ringling
Brothers Circus train!
You can run
passenger trains on European layouts or your can run the speedy
French TGV over your favorite North American rail line.
would like to acknowledge the generous support provided to
TrainPlayer from many members of the Train GIF Artists group who
have allowed our members to use TGA artwork in their collections