The Tin Toy Gallery
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Back in the day toys were less complicated, but children had their imagination and that helped a lot
Here are three examples of the toys that were available over the years
The engines do indeed still work on this 707
For what was a fairly short-lived livery, here we have one of British & Commonwealth's Britannia's (they were due to be Hunting-Clan).
Note the G-BCSC registration = British & Commonwealth Shipping Company
A B170 Freighter from Tudor Rose
This model wears the real registration G-AMWA of Silver City's "City of London" Mk32 frieghter, but without any Silver City titles.