Show Ad

Classifieds Menu

Contact Max Ivey
: 979-215-1770
: $ 0.00

This is a rare example of an Allan Herschell 24 gage Iron Horse train for $100,000. This one was built for the amusement park at the fairgrounds in Memphis Tennessee which was later renamed Liberty Land Amusement Park. The park was made famous by the fact that Elvis Presley was known to rent out the entire park for wild all night parties with friends and family. The train comes with five cars, signals, liberty Land sign, and almost three quarters of a mile of track and ties. There are five cars all together. Three of them have seven seats, and two of them hav two seats. Each seat can carry two adults and a child or three children comfortably. The stamp on the drive shaft says Allan Herschell Buffalo New York. That means it was built after they moved operations there and was one of the last units built if not the very last one to roll out of the factory before they were sold To Chance rides ending the Iron Horse line. There were only 49 of these magnificent trains built all together. That plus its history as part of Libertyland makes it a signifgant part of amusement industry history and I'm told a valued collectable. But this ride isn't meant for a museum. Its still in working condition and available immediately in North Carolina. The buyer would have to make arrangements to have it transported to their location and reinstalled. It would be a great addition to any amusement park, family entertainment center, pumpkin patch, shopping mall, or tourist area.
This Ad has been viewed 3055 times.