N ScaleCSX FT#11 - CSX Rd#201486- rel.8/22 Built in the late 1960s by the General American Transportation Company for the Chesapeake & Ohio, this 50’ Airslide Covered Hopper with Barber Roller Bearing trucks eventually made it into CSX paint. With a special epoxy lining, these cars were specifically designed for use with fine-grained commodities, like powdered sugar, that could settle en-route making unloading difficult. ..
N ScaleD&RGW April Fools Car- Rd# 64073 Built in the 1960s by PC&F, this 90-ton capacity single-door cushioned underframe car with Barber Roller Bearing trucks was used in coiled tin plate service, painted in the silver and orange two-tone scheme. It later had its roofwalk removed and was repainted in a simple solid orange and black scheme in 1977, and demoted to a general service car, serving through the 1980s. ..
QUAX weathered 2pkRedstreak Specialized Railcar Services (QUAX) has a fleet of 89’ flat cars that feature adjustable bolster pedestals and specialized retainment devices so they can safely load, transport and unload damaged railcars and their trucks, increasing the likelihood of repair. Redstreak rents or leases these cars to most Class 1 railroads and many shortlines, making these cars likely to be found nearly anywhere in the country carrying a variety of damaged railcars...
N Scale Union Pacific Weathered Concrete Tie 5-pk MSRP$169.95Concrete tie loads will be resin cast. Loader will be a combination of 3D printed and laser board parts and will come painted with decals for cab windows and exhaust vent, but not assembled. Loader rail will be painted laserboard and load supports will be paint 3D parts. Connecting crossover rail pieces will be included for static display use.Pre-order window February 2021..
N ScaleTTX Weathered Wreck Recovery Pack Coming 03/21 MSRP $74.95TTX used some of their flat cars for general purpose bulk loading of construction equipment, industrial machinery, or in this case, wrecked railcars. These cars had deck mounted pedestals and specialized retainment devices that allow railroads to safely load, transport, and unload damaged railcars and their trucks, increasing the likelihood of repair or component salvage. Well car will come with modeled physical damage on one end. Resin chocks for trucks will come painted, but not installed. Etched-metal chain tie-downs can be cut to desired length.pre-ordered in November 2020..