American Train & Track Corp. was an importer of HO-scale
ready-to-run electric trains back in the late '60s and early '70s. Owned by Hugh Stephens, ATT featured models from
England, Japan, and Yugoslovia made of both brass and plastic. ATT's trains were offered in sets, as well as separate
releases. The company also featured a line of accessories that included numerous bridges, a tunnel portal, transmission
towers, and train stations.
Mr. Stephens turned his attention to importing European prototype model trains with the coming of
the Amro name in 1970. The short-lived American Train & Track disappeared with the introduction of Amro imported