Denver & Rio Grande Western
RD#: 631

This 70’ heavyweight mail baggage car is painted in Rio Grande gold, silver and black and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. This car was used on trains in the heart of the Rockies, such as the famous “Ski Train” in Denver. D&RGW was formed in 1870 and operated the highest mainline railroad in the United States through the Colorado Rockies at an altitude of 10,240 feet.

#148 00 160…$34.90

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

 


Norfolk & Western
RD#: 95

This RPO heavyweight passenger car is maroon with buff lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. The Norfolk & Western was a Class I railroad that was headquartered in Roanoke, Virginia. While the railroad is known for massive coal trains, N&W also ran many passenger trains between Norfolk and Columbus as well as other routes on the East Coast.

#140 00 180…$32.90

 



Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe
RD#: 310594/310679

These 50’ airslide hoppers are grey with black lettering and run on 100-Ton Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Built in 1976 as part of series 310580-310699, these cars had a special epoxy lining that was specifically designed for use with fine-grained commodities, like powdered sugar, that could settle en-route making unloading difficult.

#098 00 091…$29.95
#098 00 092…$29.95

 


Boston & Maine
RD#: 77039

This 50’ standard box car with 10’ single door, no roofwalk and short ladders is blue with white lettering and runs on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Built by Pullman- tandard for B&M in the mid-1950s, this 77000-77999 series car was painted for the B&M Bi-Centennial.

#180 00 050…$28.90

 


Friendship Train Series – Car#10: Chicago & North Western
RD#: CNW 143576

This 40’ standard box car with single door is brown with white banners and runs on Bettendorf trucks. The 1947 Friendship Train collected food donated by Americans in cities all across the U.S. to be shipped to the people of France and Italy who desperately needed help following the end of World War II. Ultimately, over 250 railcars of food and clothing were donated.

#020 00 037…$26.95

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

 


HEINZ Series – Car#3
RD#: HPRL 463

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 00 280…$28.95

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

 


New York Central
RD#: NYC 87590

This 50’ standard box car with 8’ double sliding doors, no roofwalk and short ladders is green with white lettering and runs on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. This 4924 cubic foot capacity NYC box car belonged to series 87440-87454. With its double doors, it was designed to carry automotive parts and other bulky products.

#182 00 020…$25.90

 


Northern Pacific
RD#: NP 1051

This 36’ riveted steel caboose with offset cupola is mineral red with white lettering and runs on Bettendorf Swing Motion trucks. Built in Brainerd, Minnesota for Northern Pacific in 1954, this all-steel caboose carries the famous “Monad” herald and “Main Street of the Northwest” slogan. Also touting that it was “Radio Equipped,” this 1050-1099 series car was among the first on the NP with such technology.

#100 00 390…$30.95

 


Conrail
RD#: RoadnumbeReplace

This 89’ tri-level closed autorack is brown with white lettering and runs on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Carrying a Whitehead & Kales fully-enclosed rack, this Conrail autorack was built in the late 1960s and installed on a TTGX 89’ flat car. Until the late 1980s, most Conrail autoracks did not have roofs as track clearances did not generally permit the excess height required.

#111 00 250…$47.95

 



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MTL 45th Anniversary Car
RD#: MTLX 2017

This 50’ standard box car with 8’ plug door no roofwalk and short ladders is light blue with colorful graffiti. In 1972, Micro-Trains Line introduced their first complete N scale freight car, a 40-foot standard boxcar with single sliding door, closely followed by additional cars and accessories. For 45 years MTL has produced highly detailed model trains, continuing the company’s high standard of excellence of American-made model railroad equipment.

This item is not on Standing Order

#181 00 030…$27.95

 


NASA Hydrogen Car
RD#: NLAX 201

AVAILABLE MID-MONTH!

This 83 foot, 70-ton tank car was purchased new from Linde in 1965, and held 34,400 gallons of refrigerated liquid hydrogen for use in support of the Space Shuttle Program. Refrigeration equipment was housed in one end, along with a manway that provided access to the interior.

#985 00 920…$49.95

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

 


 

NOW AVAILABLE!

Canadian Pacific 4-Pack
RD#: 201092, 201096, 201100, 201108

50’ Standard Box Car, Plug & Sliding Door, w/o Roofwalk

#993 00 129…$99.95

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

 





**Pre-orders were taken for these in Jan/Feb 2017

COMING SOON!

NEW SW1500 Locomotives
Southern Pacific, NASA, BNSF, Union Pacific


Weyerhaeuser Logging Train Set

AVAILABLE MID-MONTH

#993 01 550…$269.95

**Pre-orders were taken for these in Jan/Feb 2017

 




N Titan Rocket Booster 3-Pack

Accepting Pre-Orders thru November 30th – COMING MARCH 2018

In 1964 Southern Pacific developed the 100-ton F-100 flat cars primarily to use their Hydra-Cushion technology to move large or sensitive components. Five cars of the class were assigned to transport Titan Rocket Boosters and it’s supporting equipment from Vandenberg AFB, California to Cape Canaveral, Florida for assembly. These cars remained in SP service until 1994 when United Technologies took over the program until the last Titan launch in 2008. This weathered 3-pack will include resin-cast booster canisters, 3D printed AC Units and decals to decorate the loads.

#993 01 680…$149.95

**Renderings shown for representation purposes only

 







ATSF 40’ Double-Door ‘Slogan’ 5-Pack

Accepting Pre-Orders thru November 30th – COMING April 2018

#993 01 690…$129.95

**Renderings shown for representation purposes only

 


N Pennsylvania Runner Pack
RD#: 58880, 58965, 58986, 58988

Accepting Pre-Orders thru November 30th – COMING April 2018

50’ Wagon Top Boxcar

#993 00 139…$79.95

 

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