Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe
RD#: 960

This 36’ wood sheathed ice reefer with truss rods is white with a brown roof and black lettering and runs on Arch Bar trucks. Built at the Pullman Works in the 1890s, this Wickes Patent car belonged to the third order placed by ATSF. Belonging to series 720-969, these cars continued to serve as-built until 1914, when they were converted into ice cars.

#058 00 380…$28.95

 


CSX
RD#: TTGX 975219

This 89’ tri-level closed autorack is yellow with black and white lettering and runs on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. This design became the universal standard for most railroads by the mid-1970s, as it prevents vandalism and pilferage and helps to protect vehicles from the elements. It is marked with the newest CSX “Boxcar” logo introduced in 2011.

#111 00 270…$47.95

 


British Columbia Rail
RD#: BCOL 1961

This 56’ general service tank car is green with white lettering and runs on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Built in 1983, this DOT 111A100W1 tank car was designed to carry diesel fuel for BCR, later becoming BC Rail. With over 1400 miles of track, BC Rail was the third largest railroad in Canada before railroad assets were permanently leased to Canadian National in 2004.

#110 00 360…$35.90

 



TTX
RD#: QTTX 130527/130531

These heavyweight depressed-center flat cars are yellow with white lettering and run on Buckeye trucks. Built in the mid-1990s as part of series 130525-130534, it was used to carry oversize and heavy industrial loads, such as transformers, stationary power plants, and substation equipment. The lowered center of the car allows for necessary overhead clearance for the lading.

#109 00 141…$28.80
#109 00 142…$28.80

 


Union Pacific WWII Poster Series – Car #3
RD#: USAX 19413

This 50’ troop sleeper is dark green and runs on Allied Full Cushion trucks. During WWII, Union Pacific produced a variety of morale- oosting posters that depicted the railroad’s involvement in supporting the war. The car features an orange poster wtih a single engineer’s hat inside a patriotic ring.

#118 00 130…$25.95

**UP® is a registered trademark of the Union Pacific Railroad.

 


Heinz Series Car#8
RD#: H.P.R.L. 394

This 36’ wood sheathed ice reefer with truss rods is brown with decorated sides and runs on Arch Bar trucks. The H.J. Heinz Company was founded in 1869 by Henry John Heinz, first manufacturing horseradish. By the early 1900s, Heinz was manufacturing over 60 food products and relied heavily on their fleet of over 700 colorful billboard boxcars to distribute their products across the country.

#058 00 330…$28.95

**The Heinz trademarks are owned by H.J. Heinz US Brands LLC and Kraft Heinz Canada ULC and are used under license.

 


 Southern Pacific
RD#: T&NO 407

This 78’ heavyweight paired-window coach is SP olive green with gold lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Built in the early 1910s, the Texas and New Orleans Railroad was originally chartered in 1856, and by 1961 was merged with its parent company, Southern Pacific.

#145 00 070..$29.95

**SP® is a registered trademark of the Union Pacific Railroad.

 


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Chicago, Burlington & Quincy
RD#: CB&Q 44942

This 40’ outside braced box car with 1-1/2 Doors and vertical brakewheel is brown with white lettering and runs on Andrews trucks. Built in January of 1923 by Pullman, this 40’ outside braced boxcar was rebuilt in the late 1930s and repainted with the “Everywhere West” slogan. Lettered for automobile service, these cars were repainted again in the mid-1940s and the auto service marking was removed.

#040 00 030…$21.95

 


Railway Express Agency
RD#: REX 7006

This 52’ riveted steel express reefer with plug door is green with white lettering and red REA herald. Built in 1957 these were often used at the head end of New Haven passenger trains. REA was a national operation formed by the U.S. Government in 1917, and provided small package shipping across the U.S. rail network.

#052 00 120…$24.90

 


Railway Express Agency
RD#: REX 6580

This 52’ riveted steel express reefer with plug door is green with white lettering and red REA herald. It is advisable to pay close attention when stenciling words on the side of cars, as the obvious misspelling on this prototypically accurate reefer will attest. REA was a national operation formed by the U.S. Government in 1917, and provided small package shipping across the U.S. rail network.

#052 00 015…$24.90

These Items Are Not On Standing Orders

 


Pennsylvania 4-pack
RD#: 58880, 58965, 58986, 58988

NOW AVAILABLE!

50’ Wagon Top Box Car, Double Door

#993 00 139…$79.95

**Pre-orders were taken for this in November 2017

 


Heinz Series Car#8
RD#: H.P.R.L. 394

This 36’ wood sheathed ice reefer with truss rods is brown with decorated sides and runs on Arch Bar trucks. The H.J. Heinz Company was founded in 1869 by Henry John Heinz, first manufacturing horseradish. By the early 1900s, Heinz was manufacturing over 60 food products and relied heavily on their fleet of over 700 colorful billboard boxcars to distribute their products across the country.

#518 00 530…$28.95

**The Heinz trademarks are owned by H.J. Heinz US Brands LLC and Kraft Heinz Canada ULC and are used under license.

 







ATSF 40’ Double-Door ‘Slogan’ 5-Pack

AVAILABLE MID-MONTH!

#993 01 690…$129.95

**Renderings shown for representation purposes only
**Pre-orders were taken for this in November 2017

 


** SET INCLUDES 8 CARS WITH 8 DIFFERENT ROAD NUMBERS

 Southern Pacific Woodchip 8-pack
RD#: 352120, 352125, 352133, 352138, 352139, 352141, 352146, 352152

AVAILABLE MID-MONTH!

40’ Drop Bottom Gondola w/ Woodchip Extension

#993 00 815…$179.95

**SP® is a registered trademark of the Union Pacific Railroad.
**Pre-orders were taken for this in December 2017

 


**Renderings shown for representation purposes only
ACCEPTING PRE-ORDERS THRU APRIL 30TH – COMING SEPTEMBER 2018

N CWE White Line 4pk
RD#: 2431, 2435, 2624, 2514

26’ Civil War Era Box Car

993 01 740…$89.95

 



NScale Car 1

NScale Car 2

ZScale Car 1

ZScale Car 2

**Renderings shown for representation purposes only
ACCEPTING PRE-ORDERS THRU APRIL 30TH – COMING SEPTEMBER 2018

New N & Z HEINZ Yellow Reefer Series

Micro-Trains is excited to announce our next series; the HEINZ Reefer Series! This six month series will consist of six prototypically accurate HEINZ wood reefer cars and will be offered in both N and Z scale. The H. J. Heinz Company, more commonly known as simply HEINZ, is an American food processing company that was founded by Henry John Heinz in 1869. With humble beginnings, Henry and friend Clarence Noble, began manufacturing horseradish in his father’s basement. The company would later expand to include tomato ketchup in 1875 and eventually over 60 food products by the mid-1890’s. HEINZ introduced its “57 Varieties” slogan in 1896 which was included on many of their very colorful billboard reefer cars. By 1919 the company had grown to over 6,000 employees and 25 factories and relied heavily on their fleet of over 700 railroad cars to transport their food products across the country. Contact your dealer to place your order today.

All N and Z Cars…..$29.95 ea.

**The Heinz trademarks are owned by H.J. Heinz US Brands LLC and Kraft Heinz Canada ULC and are used under license.

 


**Renderings shown for representation purposes only
ACCEPTING PRE-ORDERS THRU APRIL 30TH – COMING SEPTEMBER 2018

N Union Pacific
RD#: 554372, 554378, 554385, 554390

50’ Standard Box Car, Double Doors

#993 00 145 … $99.95

 



NOW AVAILABLE!

BNSF SW1500 Locomotive
RD#: 3402, 3426

#986 00 091 (rd#3402)…$194.95
#980 00 092 (rd#3426)…$194.95