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Prewar:

Book Publication: Greenberg's Guide to Lionel Prewar Parts & Instruction Sheets

Digital Publication: Olsen's Toy Train Parts has many digital CDs

Postwar:

Online: The LCCA/HSL Digital Archive is available to LCCA Members for free and covers all Lionel postwar items.

Book Publication: Greenberg's Repair and Operating Manual for Lionel Trains, 1945–1969

Digital Publication: Olsen's Toy Train Parts has many digital CDs

MPC/Modern Era:

Online: Lionel - https://www.lionelsupport.com/service-documents/ Product Suppliments 1-47

Book Publication: Greenberg's Lionel Modern Era Diagrams and Parts Lists (Covers through ~1991)

Thanks for the 1668E diagram, the parts list is the big help for me.  I find the Lionel support list a bit tedious, unless there is an index somewhere of what each of those Product Supplements cover you have to open each one in turn, and so far every one I have picked is nothing I own.  Olsen's seems to be long gone now, anything Olsen is dead on the internet and a search brings up folks looking for info and items from Olsen with no one apparently responding.  The Greenberg book from 45-69 is affordable used here and there, but the prewar is ridiculous. If you can find them, several hundred dollars up to over 1000 for  a book I think is 96 pages long.  Perhaps Kalmbach should consider reprinting  them.

Here's a link to a post with the entire Lionel Supplements combined in a searchable file.

Lionel Supplements Combined and Searchable

However, it does take a while to search the above file, it's 300mb!.  If you want to just search on product numbers, here's a small PDF file that is the index to the supplements and is very quick to search.

Supplement_Index_for_Lionel.pdf



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@CALNNC, the prewar Greenberg book I referenced is about 400 pages. This is not to be confused with the Greenberg's Repair & Operating Manual for Prewar Lionel Trains which is the ~100 pages you mention and is a subset of the ~400 page publication.

As pointed out, Supplement 17 serves as an index, and there is the informal index GRJ shared floating around.

As to Olsen's, it is my understanding their website computer has crashed, but they do list inventory on ebay and still take orders via mail.

It is unfortunate that the licensed/legal options recommend don't meet your expectations.

@Dennis Rosenthal, as your 675 is postwar, you can use any of the aforementioned resources to get the complete service set:

@bmoran4 posted:

Postwar:

Online: The LCCA/HSL Digital Archive is available to LCCA Members for free and covers all Lionel postwar items.

Book Publication: Greenberg's Repair and Operating Manual for Lionel Trains, 1945–1969

Digital Publication: Olsen's Toy Train Parts has many digital CDs

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