The second video in the "I Love Toy Trains" series.
- Dixieland Opening (2009 digitally remastered version only)
- I Love Toy Trains Opening Theme (Later versions)
- Symphony No. 5 - I. Allegro con brio (Later versions)
- I've Been Working On The Railroad
- I'm A Train (Later versions)
- The Wonderful World Of Trains (Later versions)
- Trepak (Russian Dance) (Later versions)
- Stars and Stripes Forever
- I Love Toy Trains Closing Theme (Later versions)
- Music Effects
- Toy Train Revue Instrumental Pieces
- Unknown Circus Song
- 1994 VHS (First original release)
- 1997 VHS (New footage, updated label, still has 1994 Packaging)
- 1998? VHS (Has 1994 label with normal reels, has 1997 Program with MTH Screen before credits, and 2 new scenes are added)
- 2000 VHS (New packaging, new label, has 1997 program but also has a new TM Books and Video logo, and some changes are made, like the “I Love Toy Trains: The Store Screen”, which is placed after the credits. There also could be a 2002? reprint of the VHS which has the “Thanks for watching” promo, which is narrated by Jeff McComas, instead of Joe Stachler)
- This video and I Love Toy Trains 3 are the only videos not to use the Dixieland Opening. This was fixed on the 2009 digitally remastered versions.
- On later versions, the "Wonderful World Of Trains" music video mostly uses footage from old Lionel commercials.
- On the 1994 VHS, the closing credits are different, but starting with the 1997 version, it replaces the original credits with the James Coffey version of the I Love Toy Trains closing theme. The footage during the credits is from TM’s “Lionel The Movie 1”.
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