Mr. Clyde Smith on an adventure in Alabama at historic Stevenson where CSX and Norfolk Southern share main routes. Mr. Smith has travelled over most of North America and parts of Europe to find trains. He just can’t get enough!
Half a Continent away, Mr. Clyde Smith of YourToyTrains.com is admiring the beauty of the Union Station in El Paso, Texas. Just where will he turn up next? He loves this stuff!
We at YourToyTrains are very proud of the work we are doing to build our new website. Living the American Dream, hours of planning and labor are being rewarded with a soon to debut all new website. We are grateful we could build our business in a country where freedom and free enterprise allow an ordinary guy like our President, Clyde Smith, to build a business. While literally hundreds if not thousands of man-hours have been involved, the wide range of product we sell, including a fantastic assortment of Bachmann Freight Cars, makes all our time worth it. We have already been focusing on serving customers, which we feel is the best way to support making money. We have sent our staff to area hobby shops to buy an item on backorder for a customer who desperately needed it in Michigan, and for another customer in Florida we rushed an item to him for a Halloween display for his grandkids. We love serving customers!
It is because our President, Clyde Smith, has had a love affair with trains going all the way back about 50 years, that drives our passion. As we have added the many items we have to our growing website, we see Mr. Smith’s face light up with his memories about each road name and each piece of equipment we load. In the two pictures displayed here we see our fearless leader at the historic depot in Stevenson, Alabama, where CSX and Norfolk Southern main lines share trackage on a rail line vital in the Civil War. Half way across the country we see him at the restored Union Station in El Paso, Texas, admiring the fine job bringing this wonderful building back to life. Are we passionate at YourToyTrains? Look at the pictures. They tell our story.
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