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2021 Micro-Mouse Halloween - rel. 9/21

N Scale 2021 Micro-Mouse Halloween - rel. 9/21     This 60’ excess height box car with double plug doors and rivet sides is orange with decorated sides and runs on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Micro-Mouse and family are dressed up in train-themed costumes for fun on Halloween night. They will visit nearby houses in the micro-neighborhood for mouse treats and goodies, a long-time tradition for the furry family...

Prod. Code 102 00 160

$27.95

ATSF - Rd# 179658 - Rel. 5/21

N Scale ATSF - Rd# 179658  - Rel. 5/21        These 100-ton 3-bay open hoppers with rib sides and copper ore load are brown with white lettering and run on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Built in 1976 for ATSF, these hoppers belonged to Class HT, and were often used to ship copper ore from mines to refining plants. Santa Fe was a large Class 1 railroad founded in 1859 and operated for over 130 years before being merged with Burlington Northern in 1996 to form BNSF. ..

Prod. Code 108 00 123

$26.90

ATSF - Rd# 179697 - Rel. 5/21

N Scale ATSF - Rd# 179697 - Rel. 5/21                These 100-ton 3-bay open hoppers with rib sides and copper ore load are brown with white lettering and run on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Built in 1976 for ATSF, these hoppers belonged to Class HT, and were often used to ship copper ore from mines to refining plants. Santa Fe was a large Class 1 railroad founded in 1859 and operated for over 130 years before being merged with Burlington Northern in 1996 to form BNSF. ..

Prod. Code 108 00 124

$26.90

C&O Cracking Tower - Weathered 2pk - Rel. 02/20

N Scale C&O Cracking Tower - Weathered 2pk - Rel. 02/20Cracking towers are at the core of the petroleum industry.  Crude oil is heated in these vertical vessels and separated into multiple products, from heavy gas to LPG.  They come in all shapes and sizes and are generally transported by rail because of their size.  Our weathered flat cars 2-pack features two different 80’ cracking towers...

Prod. Code 993 05 650

$59.95

Central of Georgia - Rd#1579 - Rel. 03/20

N Scale Central of Georgia - Rd#1579     ..

Prod. Code 031 00 282

$27.80

Conrail Rd# CR 169904 - rel 12/20

N Scale Conrail Rd# CR 169904          This 50’ standard box car with 10’ single door, no roofwalk and short ladders is green with white lettering and runs on Bettendorf trucks. This boxcar started out as a 40’ car and went through a rebuilding program at the Beech Grove Shops to become a 50’ car. New York Central merged with its rival, the Pennsylvania Railroad, in 1968 to form Penn Central, which went bankrupt two years later and was merged into Conrail in 1976. This car was repainted PC green with Conrail markings that same year...

Prod. Code 180 00 230

$26.90

Cotton Belt - Rd# 109 - Rel. 09/21

N Scale Cotton Belt - Rd#  109     This 56’ general service tank car is black with white lettering and runs on Roller Bearing trucks. Used by St. Louis Southwestern (Cotton Belt) in fuel service, this 20,488-gallon capacity tank car was built by GATX in their Sharon, Pennsylvania plant in 1966. Cotton Belt was founded in 1891 and became a Southern Pacific subsidiary in 1932, before eventually fully merging in 1992. It is now a heritage component of Union Pacific. ..

Prod. Code 110 00 510

$35.90

CP Rail Rd# 420939 Rel. 07/20

N Scale CP Rail Rd# 420939 pre-ordered in January 2020..

Prod. Code 121 00 140

$15.95

Denver & Rio Grande Western - Rd# 742 - Rel. 2/21

N Scale Denver & Rio Grande Western - Rd# 742 -   This 70’ heavyweight baggage car is pullman green with gold lettering and runs on 4-wheel Commonwealth trucks. This baggage-express car was used on trains in the heart of the Rockies, such as the famous “Prospector.” 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...

Prod. Code 147 00 390

$29.95

Frisco - Rd# SL-SF 91062 - Rel. 7/21

N Scale Frisco - Rd# SL-SF 91062 This 33’ twin bay hoppers with offset sides are black with white lettering and run on Bettendorf trucks. Built in 1949, this car belonged to an order of 800 cars built by Pullman-Standard. Throughout its life it was used for multiple aggregate materials, such as coal, coke, and various ores, and continued on the active roster through the early 1980s before being retired. Frisco was founded in 1876 and operated 6,500 miles of track before being absorbed by Burlington Northern in 1980...

Prod. Code 055 00 610

$25.80

Grape-to-Glass #12- Fruit Industries - Rel. 01/21

N Scale Grape-to-Glass #12- Fruit Industries - Rel. 01/21  This 39’ single dome tank car is aluminum with red lettering and runs on Bettendorf trucks. During prohibition, wine grape growers in California were desperate to find alternative to wine production that allowed their vineyards to be profitable. Fruit Industries Limited was founded with a product called “Vine-Glo – Wine Haven Pure Grape Concentrate,” a thick juice paste that could be fermented into wine in the consumer’s own home.  The company later produced jellies, syrups, and vinegars.This series was pre-ordered in September 2019..

Prod. Code 065 00 116

$29.95

Grape-to-Glass #9- Chateau Martin - Rel. 10/20

N Scale Grape-to-Glass #9- Chateau Martin-Rd#102This 39’ single dome tank car is aluminum with black lettering and runs on Bettendorf trucks. This 6,000-gallon tank car was built in 1940 in Milton, PA for Commodities Car Company. It was leased to Eastern Wine Corporation, owners of the Chateau Martin Wine Brand. Chateau Martin’s famous winery was in Waterford, California, and bulk shipped finished wine to the Bronx, New York, where it was bottled. This series was pre-ordered in September 2019..

Prod. Code 065 00 086

$29.95

Micro-Mouse 2020 N - rel. 10/20

N Scale Micro-Mouse 2020This 60’ excess height box car with double plug doors and rivet sides is dark blue with decorated sides and runs on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. With lights hung and Christmas day near, Micro-Mouse and the family load up the car with gifts and the Christmas cheese-tree and head to Grandmother’s house.  After a long winter drive they arrive at Grandmother’s warm, cozy home for the holiday...

Prod. Code 102 00 150

$27.95

Moving Van Wagon 2pk - Rel. 04/17

N ScaleVintage moving van wagons..

Prod. Code 470 00 279

$34.95

New York Central Rd# NYC 215147 - rel 12/20

N Scale New York Central Rd# NYC 215147 This 50’ standard box car with 10’ single door, no roofwalk and short ladders is green with white lettering and runs on Bettendorf trucks. This boxcar started out as a 40’ car and went through a rebuilding program at the Beech Grove Shops to become 50’ in length, as capacity demand increased in the 1960s. New York Central merged with its rival, the Pennsylvania Railroad, in 1968 to form Penn Central, which went bankrupt two years later and was merged into Conrail in 1976...

Prod. Code 180 00 220

$26.90

Norfolk & Western - Rd# 118894 - Rel. 6/21

N Scale Norfolk & Western - Rd# 118894     These 100-ton 3-bay open hoppers with rib sides and coal load are black with white lettering and run on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Built in 1971 in an order of 4,000 cars for Norfolk & Western Railroad, it was painted in the new simplistic “NW” scheme. This car was used in coal service and had a 3,420 cubic foot capacity. Norfolk & Western was a Class 1 railroad headquartered in Roanoke, Virginia. Today, it is now part of the Norfolk Southern system following a 1980 merger with Southern Railway. ..

Prod. Code 108 00 421

$26.90

Norfolk & Western - Rd# 118912 - Rel. 6/21     Contact Dealer

Norfolk & Western - Rd# 118912 - Rel. 6/21

N Scale Norfolk & Western - Rd# 118912 These 100-ton 3-bay open hoppers with rib sides and coal load are black with white lettering and run on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Built in 1971 in an order of 4,000 cars for Norfolk & Western Railroad, it was painted in the new simplistic “NW” scheme. This car was used in coal service and had a 3,420 cubic foot capacity. Norfolk & Western was a Class 1 railroad headquartered in Roanoke, Virginia. Today, it is now part of the Norfolk Southern system following a 1980 merger with Southern Railway. ..

Prod. Code 108 00 422

$26.90

Norfolk & Western -Rd# 516420 -Rel. 4/21

N Scale Norfolk & Western -Rd# 516420 This 39’ single dome tank car is black with white lettering and runs on Arch Bar trucks. Built in the early 1920s, this TM-Class single-dome tank car was purchased second-hand in 1927 from the Mexican Petroleum Corporation and used exclusively in Maintenance of Way service for Norfolk & Western. With a capacity of 10,206 gallons, it was used to store lube oil for locomotives before being retired in the late 1950s...

Prod. Code 065 00 266

$29.90

NYC April Fool's 2-Pack - Rel. 04/20

N Scale NYC April Fool's 2-Pack - Rel. 04/20 These 50’ standard box cars with single door are black with brown sides and run on Bettendorf trucks. The paint crew was clearly distracted when they stenciled the reporting mark of this prototypically accurate car. And we ain’t foolin’ ya! The real-life cars actually displayed an incorrect “NCY”  and “NYO” reporting marks for at least a decade. Built in 1955, this lot of 500 cars was designed with loading racks to facilitate loading and unloading...

Prod. Code 993 02 040

$49.95

Presidential Series #46 - J. Biden - Rel. 06/21

N Scale Presidential Series #46 - J. Biden -The Micro-Trains N scale Presidential Series continues with President Joe Biden for car #46.  This car will be painted in the same colors as the original cars in the series featuring the Presidential Seal, the president’s portrait and the America Flag.  This release will also include a 1” button as well as decals for those who wish to apply the ending year of his term.  pre-ordered February 2021..

Prod. Code 074 00 146

$25.95

Sweet Liquid #2 -Hubinger Co. -Rd# 18156 -Rel. 4/21

N Scale Sweet Liquid #2- Hubinger Co. -Rd# 18156 -Rel. 4/21     This 39’ single dome tank car is black with white lettering and runs on Bettendorf trucks. Built in 1957, this uninsulated tank car was owned by NATX and leased to the Hubinger Company of Keokuk, Iowa, and was used for corn syrup loading. The J.C. Hubinger Brothers Company was founded in 1887 and was a producer of starch.This series was pre-ordered in September 2020..

Prod. Code 065 00 146

$29.95

Sweet Liquid #3 -Flo-Sweet. -Rd# 64057 -Rel. 5/21

N Scale Sweet Liquid #3- Flo-Sweet -Rd# 64057 -Rel. 5/21     This 39’ single dome tank car is grey with black lettering and runs on Bettendorf trucks. Owned by General American Transportation Corp. and leased to Flo-Sweet Refined Syrups and Sugars Inc. Flo-Sweet, based in Yonkers, NY, was the first domestic producer of liquid sugar, with first production in 1927. Previously, liquid sugars were imported from Cuba and the Dominican Republic.This series was pre-ordered in September 2020..

Prod. Code 065 00 156

$29.95

Sweet Liquid #4 -Miranda Sugar -Rd# MSX 1 - Rel. 6/21

N Scale Sweet Liquid #4- Miranda Sugar -Rd# MSX 1 - Rel. 6/21This 39’ single dome tank car is black with white lettering and runs on Arch Bar trucks. Lettered for the Miranda Sugar Company, this insulated and heated tank car was built in 1919 for the Warner Sugar Refining Company, of Edgewater, N.J. In 1927, Warner was purchased by the National Sugar Refining Company, becoming the largest producer of refined sugar in the United States at the time.This series was pre-ordered in September 2020..

Prod. Code 065 00 166

$29.95

Sweet Liquid #6 Molasses Gilbert -Rd#1007 - Rel. 8/21

N Scale Sweet Liquid #6- Molasses Gilbert -Rd#1007  - Rel. 8/21 This 39’ single dome tank car is black with white lettering and runs on Bettendorf trucks. Lettered for the H.J. Gilbert Company of Savannah, GA, this insulated and heated tank car was built in 1926. Molasses is a product resulting from refining sugarcane or sugar beets, and is used as a sweetener and flavorant in foods and is also used in the beer brewing process.This series was pre-ordered in September 2020..

Prod. Code 065 00 186

$29.95

Sweet Liquid #7 Imperial Sugar -Rd#30465- Rel. 9/21

N Scale Sweet Liquid #7- Imperial Sugar -Rd#30465- Rel. 9/21 This 50’ standard box car with 8’ plug door no  roofwalk and short ladders is blue with yellow lettering and runs on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Built in 1967, this class B-74A boxcar was used in general service by Chessie System. It was shopped and repainted and upgraded in the early 1980s, and continued in service through the 1990s. In 1972, Chessie System was formed through the mergers of Chesapeake & Ohio Railway, Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, and the Western Maryland Railway and was headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio...

Prod. Code 065 00 196

$29.95

Tennessee, Alabama & Georgia - Rd#X72 - Rel. 1/21

N Scale Tennessee, Alabama & Georgia - Rd# X72This 31’ bay window caboose is red with yellow bay window and white lettering and runs on Bettendorf swing motion trucks. Known as the “TAG Route,” the railway was founded in 1911 and ran from Chattanooga, Tennessee, through Georgia, and into Gadsden, Alabama, transporting steel products. It was purchased by Southern Railway in 1971...

Prod. Code 130 00 270

$35.95