Here are a few sites I've seen. The first two are mentioned above and the 3rd may also prove useful, but from your comments, the post war Lionel site that burlington77 mentioned is most likely your best bet because it has photos of the various sets.
Thanks for the help. I found a few sets that look like the one I had. My memory is vague as to exactly what pieces I had, it's been 56 plus years and my older brother also had a set so I am wondering if he swapped a few of my cars for his? Can't see why as he had a much better set with 2 F3 Santa Fe diesels and LOTS of cars with a huge amount of track! Was I jealous.....YOU BETCHA!!!---John
wks: Whitey is his name. Short for The White Mountains. Of course he is a black crow.
Jul 10, 2020 0:05:55 GMT -5
rbturner: Hey, Danger Man; you had better batten down the hatches this morning. A storm is coming. (Don't forget to wear your mask)
Jul 10, 2020 9:19:25 GMT -5
JNXT 7707: Danger Man is not afraid of any storm. Neither is Whitey.
Jul 10, 2020 15:39:13 GMT -5
umpdan31: I get it now. If the black Hills of South Dakota has a white crow, is his name Blackie? (Nothing racial intended. I'm talking about a bird. When I was young, we had a black Cocker Spaniel named Blackie.)
Jul 10, 2020 18:27:41 GMT -5