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Gamages

(High Holborn, London, UK)


Level crossing, marked Gamages

Level crossing, marked Gamages

Level crossing, marked Gamages

Tinplate clockwork track, 0 gauge, stamped Gamages

Wooden station, with Gamages label

Wooden station, with Gamages label

Perhaps my favourite catalogues from the 1950s/60s, partly because of the comprehensive coverage of items then available from train sets to accessories, by many manufacturers, and partly because I clearly remember Christmas trips to Gamages in Holborn, with my Father. Sometimes we would visit Hamleys in Regent Street, or the toy department at Selfridges in Oxford Street, but Gamages was always the best, particularly if the trip included a visit to Father Christmas.


Gamages catalogue, 1920

Gamages catalogue, 1953 or 54

Gamages catalogue, 1953 or 54

Gamages catalogue, 1953 or 54

Gamages catalogue, 1956

Gamages catalogue, 1956

Gamages catalogue, 1957

Gamages catalogue, 1957

Gamages catalogue, (probably) 1958

Gamages catalogue, 1959

Gamages catalogue, 1959

Gamages catalogue, 1960

Gamages catalogue, 1960

Gamages catalogue, 1961

Gamages catalogue, 1962

Gamages catalogue, 1962

Gamages catalogue, 1963

Gamages catalogue, 1963

Gamages catalogue, 1963

Gamages catalogue, 1963

Gamages catalogue, 1963

Gamages catalogue, 1963/64

Gamages catalogue, Christmas 1964

Gamages catalogue, 1964/65

Gamages catalogue, 1965/66