- Alberta Provincial Car
Road Number AB 1905
This 50? standard box car with single door is car #5 of a 13-car
series representing each of the 13 provinces and territories of
Canada. It bears the Great Horned Owl and Wild Rose, Alberta?s
official provincial bird and flower. The flag of the province of
Alberta is in the background. The road number 1905 represents the
year the ?Strong and Free? province entered the confederation.
#077 00 155...$18.25
- Norfolk Southern
Road Number NS 982562
Charged with the responsibility of keeping all the track, truck,
baggage and freight scales on their respective lines in perfect
condition, the scale inspector?s arrival was often preceded by the
appearance of the small scale test car. The scale test cars were
always to be hauled just in front of the caboose. Immediately upon
arrival at the terminal, they were set aside and subjected to a
minimum of switching. Under no circumstances were they to be used
in switching other cars in the train.
#121 00 020...$14.55
- Chicago North Western?
Road Number CNW 32931
This reefer yellow 50? standard box car with plug door and no
roofwalk has black ends and aluminum roof with black and white
?CNW? logo. It runs on black roller bearing trucks. The well-known
ball-and-bar emblem of the C&NW first appeared in 1885. In 1970
the Chicago & North Western Transportation Company was
incorporated as the North Western Employees Transportation Co.,
owned by nearly 1,000 C&NW employees; the road?s herald carried
the words ?Employee Owned? from 1973-1982.
Chicago North Western? is a registered trademark of the Union
#038 00 180...$20.60
- Rock Island
Road Number RI 3091
This 50? steel side 15 panel gondola with fixed ends carries a
quarry load and runs on black Barber? roller bearing trucks. One of
50 PS-5s built in 1958 by Pullman-Standard for the Rock Island,
3091 was repainted at the Despatch Shops in East Rochester, NY in
March of 1967. Rated at 70-tons, or 1746 cubic foot capacity, the
car is constructed with a wood floor, indicated on the car side
with the circle-W symbol.
NEW QUARRY LOAD!
#105 00 510...$16.90
- NEW! Drag Line Bucket
#499 43 920
Z Scale February
- Trailer Train Co.
Road Number MTTX 98051
This yellow 60? flat car displays typical Trailer Train lettering
and logo with black stenciling and runs on roller bearing trucks.
TTX Company provides rail cars and related freight car management
services to the North American rail industry. Pooled rail cars are
for service in the intermodal, automotive, lumber, machinery,
building materials, steel, and other commodity groups where flat
cars, box cars, and gondolas are required.
NEW Z SCALE BODY STYLE!
#524 00 010..$17.
- Canadian Pacific
Road Number C.P. 276932
This box car red 40? despatch stock car with single door has white
lettering and runs on black Arch Bar trucks. Former CP subsidiary
Quebec Central Railway #2266 in the mid-1910s, this car was
repainted and reweighed at the Weston Shops, Winnipeg, in August
1962, for the Canadian Pacific. As with most CP stock cars, this
one did not receive a coating of white paint on the sides that
helps camouflage the lime disinfectant.
#520 00 110...$18.85
- Seaboard Air Line?
Road Number SEABOARD 10198
This box car red, 50? box car with double Youngstown doors displays
the large white ?Route of the Silver Meteor? paint scheme, a 56?
SAL ?Through The Heart Of The South? Herald, and runs on black
Bettendorf trucks. Built in 1938 by Pullman-Standard, these cars
had a double door opening of 12? 6?, an inside height of 10?1? and
a capacity of 50 tons.
#506 00 100...$23.90
- Baltimore & Ohio/Chessie?
Road Numbers B&O 604112/604116
These PS-2 70 ton two-bay covered hoppers are painted Chessie
Signal Yellow and display the large ?Ches-C? herald in blue. They
run on black roller bearing trucks. Built by Pullman Standard in
1968, the series 604100-604199 had 2700 cu. ft. capacities and were
delivered in gray with the black B&O Capitol Dome herald. Cars
of the HC-25 class were serviced in 1985 and re-painted in the
Chessie System yellow/blue scheme on an ?as shopped? basis; there
were variations in how the scheme was applied. Here the ?Ches-C?
herald is stenciled in the center of the wide center panel. This
scheme also includes the use of the ?Keep Safety Rolling?
#531 00 051 $20.55
#531 00 052 $20.55
- NEW! New York Central
This dummy F-7 B unit locomotive is painted black with wide gray
side stripes and narrow white stripes. The roof, grills and tanks
are black. The EMD F7 was a 1,500 hp B-B freight-hauling diesel
locomotive produced between February 1949 and December 1953 by
General Motors? Electro-Motive Division. Final assembly was at
GM-EMD?s La Grange, Illinois plant. A total of 2,366 cab-equipped
lead A units and 1,483 cabless booster B units were built.
#980 12 030...$45.95
- NEW! Milwaukee Road
This dummy F-7 B unit locomotive is painted black with orange
stripes and the black ?The Milwaukee Road? lettering. The roof,
grills and tanks are also painted black. The EMD F7 was a 1,500 hp
B-B freight-hauling diesel locomotive produced between February,
1949 and December, 1953 by General Motors? Electro-Motive Division.
Final assembly was at GM-EMD?s La Grange, Illinois plant. A total
of 2,366 cab-equipped lead A units and 1,483 cabless booster B
units were built.
#980 12 140...$45.95
- NEW! Denver & Rio Grande Western?
This dummy F-7 B unit locomotive is painted yellow with wide
aluminum side stripes and narrow black side stripes. The roof and
tanks are black while the grills are aluminum. The D&RGW?
served mainly as transcontinental bridge line between Denver,
Colorado, and Salt Lake City, Utah, and a major origin of coal and
mineral traffic with a motto of ?Through the Rockies,? not around
them. The Rio Grande was the epitome of mountain railroading,
operating the highest mainline rail line in the United States over
10,240 ft Tennessee Pass in Colorado and the famed routes through
the Moffat Tunnel and the Royal Gorge.
#980 12 160...$45.95
- 30? Log Car
NEW LOG LOAD!
This body style is typical of log cars utilized on narrow gauge
railroads across the United States early in the 20th century. This
model comes undecorated so the modeler can adapt the car to
existing layouts. Included is a custom resin log load complete with
scale chain wrappers. We?ve left the log load unattached so the
load to be displayed on or off the car. This provides the option of
running with or without the load in place. This car comes with our
new Arch Bar trucks that allows the side frames to pivot with the
irregularities in the track for smooth, reliable operation.
#865 00 020...$29.85
- Runner Pack #5 - Burlington Northern
#993 00 005?$49.95
Road Numbers: BN 161816, 161805, 161829, 161853
- Runner Pack #6 - Wabash
#993 00 006?$49.95
Road Numbers: WAB 80028, 80036, 80049, 80055
- Battleship Row Freight Car Set
Pre-Orders Begin Next Month!
Our commemorative, collectible seven freight car train set honors
the memorial of Battleship Row in Pearl Harbor. Each freight car is
decorated with a reproduction of an actual poster created during WW
II to encourage patriotism and the name of one of the seven ships
moored at Ford Island during the attack: USS Arizona, USS
California, USS Maryland, USS Nevada, USS Oklahoma, USS Tennessee,
and USS West Virginia.
This set will be offered in a commemorative tin box.
Coming September 2007!
- 12 Days of Christmas Series
Accepting Pre-Orders thru Feb. 28th!
Capture the spirit of this traditional Christmas carol in your
holiday d?cor with Micro-Trains? ?The Twelve Days of Christmas?
series. To complete your set, Micro-Trains? is releasing matching
locomotive B Units.
*Renderings for representation only.
Coming August 2007!
Happy Holidays ! ?