I Love Toy Trains was a video made by Tom McComas of TM Books and Video for his son, Jeff, who later started narrating the series. It was later released to the public as "I Love Toy Trains" on VHS in 1993.
The video was a success, and the staff at TM made a sequel, and another sequel, and so on.
- Dixieland Opening
- I Love Toy Trains Opening Theme (Later Versions)
- Toy Train Revue,
- Country Jamboree,
- Old No.7
- Wabash Cannonball
- Stars and Stripes Forever
- I Love Toy Trains Closing Theme (Later Versions)
- Music Effects
- Unknown Circus Song
- Old MacDonald, I've Been Working On The Railroad, and Twinkle Twinkle Little Star were also in the video, but sung by children without any background music.
This is the only video in which the songs are sung by children without any music.
Later versions replace the original 1993 credits with the I Love Toy Trains Closing Theme.
Starting with the 2000 re-release, after, "Country Jamboree", the train crash and the witch footage were replace with footage of an Allegheny Steam Locomotive from 1941, ready to leave the station. First, a voice from a man is heard saying, "CO1601 You Are Clear". And then, a muffled voice says something. Then the bell clangs, the whistle blows and the Allegheny chuffs out of the station. It might be possible that they replaced the original scene because it was considered too scary for kids.