MICRO-TRAINS – N SCALE NEW RELEASES
Road Number 1760
This 70’ heavyweight horse car is grey with white and black lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Built for Union Pacific in 1924, and was repainted into the postwar two-tone grey scheme in 1946. It was used to transport valuable race horses between race tracks and training facilities through the 1950s.
#149 00 190…$34.90
National Refrigerator Car Company
Road Number NRCC 6399/4000
These 40’ double-sheathed wood reefers with vertical brake wheel are brown with green or yellow sides and run on Bettendorf trucks. The Northern Refrigerator Car Company was founded by the Cudahy brothers in Milwaukee, WI. In 1928 the company was purchased by Merchants Despatch Transportation Company, but retained the NRCC reporting mark on all 3,700 reefers. Refrigerator cars like this were used to transport bananas from the deep south to more northern states.
#049 00 780 #6399-Green…$27.60
#049 00 790 #4000-Yellow…$27.60
Arizona & California Railroad
Road Numbers 100001/100008
These 70’ husky stack well cars are red with white lettering and run on ASF Ride Control Trucks. The Arizona & California Railroad is a short line railroad that began operations in May 1991, and is currently owned by Genesee & Wyoming. These 100000-100024 series A&C well cars accepted containers up to 48’ in length in the bottom well position. The Husky-Stack® well car was first introduced in 1990 at the International Intermodal Expo in Atlanta, GA.
#135 00 121…$29.90
#135 00 122…$29.90
Conrail w/ Coal Load
Road Number CR 404138
This 33’ twin bay hopper with offset sides is maroon with white lettering and runs on Bettendorf trucks. This former Reading twin bay hopper was of Conrail class HR5A and was used for coal and iron ore service. It was built in the early 1950s and continued in use by Conrail through the early 1980s before being retired from service.
#055 00 530…$26.90
Union Pacific® – WWII Poster Series Car #7
Road Number USAX 19417
This 50’ troop sleeper is dark green and runs on Allied Full Cushion trucks. During WWII, Union Pacific produced a variety of morale-boosting posters that depicted the railroad’s involvement in supporting the war.
#118 00 170…$25.95
HEINZ® – Series Car #12
Road Number HJHC 456
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 00 370…$28.95
Road Number UP 69657
This 39’ single dome tank car is black with white lettering and runs on Bettendorf trucks. Built in 1924 by American Car & Foundry, these 12,500 gallon capacity tank cars were reconditioned in Omaha and renumbered to the 69500 – 69740 series in 1955. They were used for everything from molasses to fuel oil.
#065 00 950…$26.90
Road Number 990
This 78’ heavyweight paired-window coach car is painted Tuscan Red with PRR buff herald and lettering, it was based on the Baltimore & Ohio Plan #2882-B. The roof is black. It was built in the 1930s by Pullman Standard and ran from the 1930s through the 1960s on six-wheel passenger trucks. It was one of the typical coach styles that served many of the passenger car fleets. Not only could they be found in both local and regional trains, but these cars lasted long into the era of Lightweight Passenger Cars and many went on to serve a variety roles including commuter and MOW service.
#145 00 050…$29.95
Painted Undec Heavyweight Paired-Window Coach
N Scale Undecorated Paired-Window Coach with trucks and couplers included.
All undecorated bodystyles come unassembled.
Pullman Green…#145 00 001…$21.25
Tuscan Red……..#145 00 002…$21.25
Crate Load 2-pack
Fits 50′ Box Cars
#499 43 943…$8.95
Norfolk Southern 4-pack
Road Number 120052, 120089, 120114, 120128
60′ Centerbeam Flat Car
*Rendering shown for representation only
#993 00 144…$109.95
Union Pacific® Impact Car
Road Number 195220
Originally built in the mid-1940s for Union Pacific, this 40’ box car was later converted in 1952 into an impact instruction car at the Omaha shops. Serving to illustrate the importance of safe car handling, this car had a transparent sidewall to show cargo movement, along with force and speed gauges displayed on the side. Our model will feature a transparent side and interior load.
#020 00 157…$49.95
Southern SW1500 Locomotive
Road Numbers 1502/1503
These SW1500 locomotives are black with white band and gold lettering and run on Flexicoil trucks. Built in 1968 for Southern Railway in an order of 30, these switchers were used in both yard and transfer service throughout the carriers’ terminal areas, but concentrated in the Carolinas, Ohio and Alabama regions.
#986 00 121…$194.95
#986 00 122…$194.95
Cotton Belt® SW1500 Locomotive
Road Numbers 2585/2589
These SW1500 locomotives are grey with red deck and white lettering and run on Flexicoil trucks. Built in 1971 for Cotton Belt in an order of 8 units, these switchers replaced an aging fleet of Alcos, Baldwins, and early EMDs, and were used in both yard and transfer service throughout the carriers’ terminal areas. These road numbers belong to one of the final orders Cotton Belt placed for SW1500s.
#986 00 581…$184.95
#986 00 582…$184.95
DODX Navy 5-Pack
The Navy had five of these DODX flat cars specifically tasked with safely carrying submarine ballistic missile bodies from ordinance depot bunkers to piers. Support brackets were attached to the deck to carry a barrel that could be tilted up for unloading once delivered dockside. Each car will include a two-piece resin-cast load. These cars can still be found in service moving propulsion units to the fleet.
#993 01 640…$199.95
New Civil War Era ‘Red Line’ 4-pack
Road #7919, 8052, D16689, 15019
26′ Civil War Era Box Cars
#993 01 770…$89.95
TTX Well Car 16-packs
Since the early 1990s, 70’ Husky Stack intermodal well cars have been found in long unit trains on every major Class 1 railroad from coast to coast. These cars can each carry up to two containers, the bottom well position holding a 48’ container and the top holding containers up to 53’ in length. These sets are available in either pristine unweathered well cars or weathered cars with intermittent graffiti. Both sets will have unique road numbers. Contact your dealer to reserve yours today!
#993 01 760 ‘Clean’ 16-Pack…$399.95
#993 01 765 ‘Weathered’ 16-Pack….#449.95
Union Pacific® Centerbeam Flat Car Runner Pack
Road#217017, 217020, 217021, 217024
60’ Centerbeam Flat Car w/ ‘Opera Window’ Partition
#993 00 149…$114.95