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I have the Lionel AT&SF Passenger set from 1991 consisting of 6-19109 Baggage,  6-11910 Combination,6-19111 Dining , 6-19112 Coach, and 6-116113 Observation along with the ABA Locomotives. I am asking if there were any addition cars made for this set. They are extruded Alum cars with window silhouettes similar to the Post War cars.

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@PRR1950 posted:

I think there were 2 add-on cars for this set produced later, but don't ask me the numbers or names.  I just remember seeing some 7-car "sets" offered for sale with the Lionel stock numbers for the two extra cars being somewhat higher in the sequence.

Chuck

Chuck thanks for the info I emailed Lionel and see what happens. After I acquired this set I was no in a Postion to be much involved in the trains and hobby for several years and now I am looking to fill gaps/holes in my collection.

@RJT posted:

I have the Lionel AT&SF Passenger set from 1991 consisting of 6-19109 Baggage,  6-11910 Combination,6-19111 Dining , 6-19112 Coach, and 6-116113 Observation along with the ABA Locomotives. I am asking if there were any addition cars made for this set. They are extruded Alum cars with window silhouettes similar to the Post War cars.

Hi, Rick…I believe the two additional cars are 6-19128 and 6-19138.

Bill

Correct.  The 19128 is the full vista dome car #507 from 1992.  The 19138 is the duplex roomette car "Indian Lake" from 1995.  There was a second B unit 8103 (6-18103) that was released as a stocking stuffer (1991?).  Rumor back then was that it was shorted - like 25% relative to the number of ABA sets sold.  Demand and prices skyrocketed and it went for $500 in the back of CTT back in the day....  People complained, and Lionel released a third B unit with no number, and it was marked "water" as 6-18115.

I had just graduated college, had my first job, and saw this set at my LHS "Train Depot", but it was missing the stocking stuffer B-unit.  I searched through CTT and found that the Choo-Choo Barn in Strasburg had it in stock, with the extra B-unit, at list.  I asked if they would hold it, then drove from DC and purchased my first train ever.  Still have it today.

And I laugh to myself when I see this set up for auction at some ridiculously low price relative to what I paid.  And have seen that $500 B-unit for $75 at York many times....

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