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American Refrigeration - Rd#268 - Rel. 1/20

N Scale American Refrigeration - Rd#268 These 51’ rivet side mechanical reefers are brown with orange sides and run on Roller Bearing trucks. Built in 1960 by Pacific Car & Foundry, this 70-ton mechanical reefer was class RP, and was lettered for American Refrigerator Transit. ART used these reefers to match growing demand for long distance produce shipments through the 1970s. ..

Prod. Code 069 00 232

$29.90

American Refrigeration - Rd#284 - Rel. 1/20

N Scale American Refrigeration - Rd#284 These 51’ rivet side mechanical reefers are brown with orange sides and run on Roller Bearing trucks. Built in 1960 by Pacific Car & Foundry, this 70-ton mechanical reefer was class RP, and was lettered for American Refrigerator Transit. ART used these reefers to match growing demand for long distance produce shipments through the 1970s. ..

Prod. Code 069 00 231

$29.90

Arizona & California Railroad - Rd# 100008 - Rel. 8/18

Arizona & California Railroad - Rd# 100008These 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...

Prod. Code 135 00 122

$29.90

Atlantic Coast Line - Rd# 82139 - Rel. 09/17

N Scale Atlantic Coast LineThis 33’ twin bay hopper with composite sides is black with white lettering and runs on Bettendorf trucks. In 1943, Bethlehem Steel manufactured 700 War Emergency Composite 50-ton hoppers for the Atlantic Coast Line in the series 82000 – 82699. After the war ACL rebuilt these cars with steel sides and floors after the material became abundant. Includes aggregate load...

Prod. Code 057 00 130

$23.90

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

Canadian National Rd# CN78547 Rel. 01/14

N SCALE Canadian National  Rd# CN78547 ..

Prod. Code 051 00 280

$32.10

CB&Q - Rd# 19825 - rel. 9/16

N Scale CB&Q - Rd# 19825  ..

Prod. Code 101 00 140

$28.90

Central of Georgia - Rd# 21643 - Rel. 03/20 Contact Dealer

Central of Georgia - Rd# 21643 - Rel. 03/20

N Scale Central of Georgia - Rd# 21643 ..

Prod. Code 055 00 570

$25.80

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

N Scale Central of Georgia - Rd#1579     ..

Prod. Code 031 00 282

$27.80

Chesapeake & Ohio - Rd#482497 - Rel. 9/21

N Scale Chesapeake & Ohio - Rd#482497    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 181 00 190

$27.90

Comet Rice Rd#20983 03/09

N Scale Comet Rice Rd#20983             ..

Prod. Code 099 00 070

$19.15

Conrail - Rd# 208875 - rel. 11/21

N Scale Conrail - Rd# 208875 This 50’ standard box car with 10’ single door, no roofwalk and short ladders is brown with white lettering and runs on Bettendorf trucks. Built in the 1960s, this 4,888 cubic-foot capacity boxcar was rebuilt in 1978 and repainted into the large Conrail “can opener” scheme. 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 00 350

$28.45

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

Conrail w/Cover - Rd#CR 492182 - Rel. 2/21

N Scale Conrail w/Cover - Rd#CR 492182  This 100-ton 3-bay open hopper with rib sides is brown with white lettering and runs on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Built in October of 1979 at the Kentucky Raceland Shops, this was one of 130 non-sequential cars switched between coal service and grain service, seasonally, in the mid-1980s. After coal service, cars were washed thoroughly and the Conrail “Tupperware lid” topper was added to the car, making in essence, a weatherproof covered grain hopper. ..

Prod. Code 108 00 410

$28.90

Conrail w/Load - Rd#766074 Rel. 03/15

N Scale Conrail w/Load - Rd#766074    ..

Prod. Code 109 00 130

$27.90

Constellation - Capricornus - Rel. 11/21

N Scale Constellation - Capricornus  These 60’ excess height box cars, with double plug doors and rivet sides are black with decorated sides and run on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Capricornus is the smallest constellation of the zodiac, and is located in the Southern Hemisphere. Its name is Latin for “horned goat,” though it is often represented as a mythical sea-goat. When illuminated, using the magnetic wand, the Zodiac symbol will be displayed. Telescope Magnetic Wand not includedClick here for lighting instructionsPre-ordered in July 2021 ..

Prod. Code 102 00 212

$38.95

Constellation - Sagittarius Rel. 11/21

Constellation - Sagittarius Rel. 11/21N ScaleMSRP$38.95These 60’ excess height box cars, with double plug doors and rivet sides are black with decorated sides and run on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Sagittarius is one of the constellations of the zodiac and is located in the Southern celestial hemisphere.When illuminated, using the magnetic wand, the Zodiac symbol will be displayed. Click here for lighting instructionsTelescope Magnetic Wand not includedPre-ordered in July 2021 ..

Prod. Code 102 00 211

$38.95

Constellation - Scorpius Rel. 11/21

Constellation - Scorpius Rel. 11/21   N ScaleThese 60’ excess height box cars, with double plug doors and rivet sides are black with decorated sides and run on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Scorpius is located in the Southern celestial hemisphere. When illuminated, using the magnetic wand, the Zodiac symbol will be displayed. Click here for lighting instructionsTelescope Magnetic Wand not includedPre-ordered in July 2021 ..

Prod. Code 102 00 210

$38.95

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

CSX Rd#291840 - Rel. 07/19

N Scale CSX Rd#291840These 43’ rapid discharge hoppers are grey with yellow lettering and run on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Built by the Ortner Freight Car Company (now Trinity Industries) in the late 1990s, these CSX Rapid Discharge hoppers have a 286,000-pound capacity. The Rapid Discharge design self-clears the load within 30 seconds and is often used to carry heavy aggregate, iron ore, and limestone in unit trains...

Prod. Code 125 00 102

$28.50

CSX Rd#903968 - rel.11/20

N Scale CSX Rd#903968 -  rel.11/20 This 31’ bay window caboose is grey with yellow ends and black lettering and runs on Bettendorf Swing Motion trucks. Built for Baltimore & Ohio as a C-27 class car, this caboose was eventually obtained by CSX through mergers. Even though most cabooses have been retired for decades, some still have limited use on specific areas of the CSX system. This caboose was still in service in 2014...

Prod. Code 130 00 041

$36.95

Denver & Rio Grande Western rd#63826 - rel. 5/16

N Scale This 60’ box car with double plug doors is painted yellow and aluminum with the black speed lettering logo. Built by Thrall in 1963 as part of series 63800-63830 these cars gave D&RGW the increased capacity they needed as they expanded during the 1960s. ..

Prod. Code 122 00 090

$32.90

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

Denver & Rio Grande Western Rd# X-450 Rel. 07/20

N Scale Denver & Rio Grande Western Rd# X-450        pre-ordered in January 2020..

Prod. Code 121 00 170

$14.95

Denver & Rio Grande Western w/load - Rd#55544 - Rel. 8/20

N Scale D&RGW w/load - Rd#55544 - Rel. 8/20    These 50’ steel side, 14 panel, fixed end gondolas with fishbelly sides are black with white lettering and runs on Roller Bearing trucks. Built in 1968 as part of a 50-car series and designated for general service it continued in service through the 1980s. 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 105 00 311

$26.90

Denver & Rio Grande Western w/load - Rd#55549 - Rel. 8/20

N Scale D&RGW w/load - Rd#55549 - Rel. 8/20    These 50’ steel side, 14 panel, fixed end gondolas with fishbelly sides are black with white lettering and runs on Roller Bearing trucks. Built in 1968 as part of a 50-car series and designated for general service it continued in service through the 1980s. 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 105 00 312

$26.90

Florida East Coast - Rd# FEC 10055 - Rel. 9/21

N Scale Florida East Coast - Rd# FEC 10055 This 40’ double-sheathed wood reefer with vertical brake wheel is black with yellow sides and runs on Arch bar trucks. Built in 1918 for Florida East Coast Railway, this design was state-of-the-art for the time, and included automatic knuckle couplers, a metal underframe and roof, automatic air brakes, insulation, and U.S. safety appliances...

Prod. Code 049 00 900

$27.95

Frisco - Rd# 8410 - Rel. 4/21

N Scale Frisco - Rd# 8410  This 50’ standard box car with 8’ plug door, no roofwalk, and short ladders is yellow with black lettering and runs on Roller Bearing trucks. Built in 1965 for the St. Louis San-Francisco Railway this car features DF-2 loaders, nailable floors and lading anchor points. It was assigned for paper roll service, servicing mills along the Gulf Coast...

Prod. Code 181 00 180

$25.90

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

Frisco - Rd#108 - Rel. 03/19

N ScaleFrisco - Rd#108This 36’ riveted steel caboose with offset cupola is red with white lettering and runs on Bettendorf Swing Motion trucks. Built in the 1940s, this caboose was shopped several times, receiving roof upgrades, interior reconditioning, and new paint. It was eventually relegated to local and transfer service before being retired in the 1970s...

Prod. Code 100 00 420

$29.95

GNBC-Farmrail - Rd#1087 - Rel. 05/11

N Scale GNBC-Farmrail - Rd#1087 ..

Prod. Code 096 00 040

$28.60

Grand Trunk Western - Rd# 591590 - Rel. 09/17

N Scale Grand Trunk WesternThis 50’ auto box car with double side doors and end door is brown with white lettering, has the green and white maple leaf logo and runs on Bettendorf trucks. This car was used extensively throughout the Great Lakes region. GTW’s trackage through Detroit and across southern Michigan made the railroad an essential link for the automobile industry in the United States...

Prod. Code 078 00 160

$25.30

Grand Trunk Western Rd#384046 02/09

N Scale Grand Trunk Western Rd#384046  ..

Prod. Code 104 00 010

$23.70

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

Great Northern Road Number WFEX 72178 Rel 6/18

N Scale Great Northern Road Number WFEX 72178 Rel 6/18This 40’ double-sheathed wood reefer is brown with yellow sides and runs on Bettendorf trucks. It was built in the early part of the 20th century, rebuilt in 1948, and again repainted and serviced in 1968. With a 1,987 cubic-foot capacity, this car had an aluminum roof and could carry up to 1,600 lbs of crushed ice...

Prod. Code 047 00 420

$29.80

Gulf, Mobil & Ohio - Rd# 32633 - Rel. 5/19

N Scale Gulf, Mobil & Ohio - Rd# 32633This 33’ twin bay hopper with offset sides is black with white lettering and runs on Bettendorf trucks. Built by Pullman-Standard in 1949, this car was built to AAR standard twin-bay hopper plans and had a 100,000 pound capacity. The Gulf, Mobile & Ohio was a Class I railroad that ran from Alabama to Illinois from 1917 to 1972. ..

Prod. Code 055 00 540

$25.80

IMCX - Rd#11312 - Rel. 04/11

N Scale IMCX - Rd#11312 ..

Prod. Code 096 00 020

$26.95

Louisville & Nashville - Rd#41044 - Rel.1/17

N ScaleThis 50’ auto box car with double side doors and end door is grey with yellow ends and roof and one yellow door and runs on Bettendorf trucks. The Louisville & Nashville railroad used boxcars and piggyback trailers for transporting company material between cities. Originally red with white reporting marks, they were repainted into the yellow and grey scheme, denoting company materials service in the early 1970s...

Prod. Code 078 00 140

$27.90

Maine Central - Rd# 710 - Rel. 08/20

N Scale Maine Central - Rd# 710This 39’ single dome tank car is black with orange lettering and runs on Bettendorf trucks. Built in the 1920s for a leasing company, this 10,000-gallon tank car was later obtained and used by Maine Central in MOW service through the 1970s and belonged to a 13-car series. Maine Central was founded in 1862 and was one of the largest railroads in New England, with over 1,000 miles of track by the 1970s...

Prod. Code 065 00 056

$27.70

Mexene - Rd#ART 426 - rel 05/20

N Scale Mexene - Rd#ART 426   This 40’ double-sheathed wood reefer is brown with yellow sides and runs on Arch Bar trucks. Built by AC&F in 1911, this Class RS reefer was owned by American Refrigerator Transit and leased to Walker’s Austex Chili Company, advertising Mexene Chile Powder Seasoning in the 1930s...

Prod. Code 047 00 430

$27.95

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

Milwaukee - Rd#01603 - Rel. 11/20

N ScaleMilwaukee - Rd#01603 This 36’ riveted steel caboose with offset cupola is orange with black letteirng and runs on Bettendorf Swing Motion trucks. Belonging to a series of 16 cars, these cabooses were unique for Milwaukee Road, being the only steel-sided units in service. Built in 1929, they lasted an exceptionally long time, and some were used through 1977 when Milwaukee filed for bankruptcy...

Prod. Code 100 00 480

$31.95

Moving Van Wagon 2pk - Rel. 04/17

N ScaleVintage moving van wagons..

Prod. Code 470 00 279

$34.95

New York Central - Rd# 87228 - Rel. 2/19

N Scale New York Central - Rd# 87228 This 40’ standard box car with single door is black and green with white lettering and runs on Bettendorf trucks. As a part of NYC series 87222-87271, this appliance boxcar was specially equipped with SL load restraints. Built in 1956, it was among one of the last 40’ box cars built for NYC as railroads moved to larger, higher capacity cars in the 1960s. ..

Prod. Code 020 00 207

$27.80

New York Central - Rd# 87590 - Rel. 11/17

N Scale New York Central - Rd# 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 87455-87669. With its double doors, it was designed to carry automotive parts and other bulky products...

Prod. Code 182 00 020

$25.90

New York Central - Rd#NYC 78777 - Rel. 7/20   Contact Dealer

New York Central - Rd#NYC 78777 - Rel. 7/20

N Scale New York Central - Rd#NYC 78777 This 50’ standard box car with plug door is green with white lettering and runs on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Built in August 1964, this boxcar also featured a cushioned underframe. Used to transport fragile and temperature sensitive products, they were used through the 1970s before being repainted or retired. New York Central was a large Class 1 railroad founded in 1853, with over 11,000 miles of track in eight Eastern states...

Prod. Code 032 00 520

$26.90

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

New York Central w/Load - Rd#498995 - Rel.04/11

N Scale New York Central w/Load - Rd#498995    ..

Prod. Code 109 00 020

$19.40

Norfolk & Western - Rd# 800795- Rel. 6/19

N Scale Norfolk & Western  - Rd# 800795  This 89’ tri-level closed autorack is black with white lettering, aluminum roof and runs on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. This car was built in 1969 and rebuilt ten years later to include a new Whitehead & Kales rack. The enclosed autorack design became the universal standard for most railroads, and is commonly used to this day. The design prevented vandalism and pilferage and helped to protect vehicles from the elements...

Prod. Code 111 00 330

$51.90

Norfolk & Western - Rd#1776 - Rel. 6/16

N Scale This 100-ton 3-bay open hopper with rib sides and coal load is probably the most colorful car ever to set wheels on the Norfolk & Western. Originally built in July 1975 as #138699 it was repainted and renumbered to #1776 that same year to commemorate the United States Bicentennial. It runs on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. One-of-a-kind car ..

Prod. Code 108 00 310

$28.75

Norfolk & Western - Rd#604508 - Rel. 08/19

N ScaleThis 60’ excess height box car with double plug doors and waffle sides is brown with white lettering and runs on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Built as a class B-139 high cubic capacity boxcar in 1978, it was originally painted in the all-black scheme. Repainted in the mid-1980s into the box car red “Claytor lettering” scheme, this “waffle-side” car continued in service through much of the 1990s...

Prod. Code 103 00 140

$32.95

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

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

Norfolk & Western Rd# 44554 Rel. 06/14

N SCALE Norfolk & Western Rd# 44554         ..

Prod. Code 020 00 926

$19.20

Norfolk & Western w/Load - Rd#70097 Rel 09/11

N Scale Norfolk & Western w/Load - Rd#70097 ..

Prod. Code 109 00 240

$24.95

Norfolk Southern - Rd# 387 - Rel. 03/18

N Scale Norfolk Southern - Rd# 387 This 31’ bay window caboose is light grey with red diagonal stripes on the ends and runs on Bettendorf Swing Motion trucks. Built from repurposed boxcars by Southern Iron and Equipment Company in 1969, this caboose belongs to series 386-391...

Prod. Code 130 00 240

$37.95

Norfolk Southern - Rd#602020 Rel. 8/20

N Scale Norfolk Southern - Rd#602020    This 60’ excess height box car with single door and rivet sides is brown with white lettering and runs on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Built in 1970 for Norfolk & Western, this car was used for large and bulky commodities by the automotive and appliance industries. In the early 1990s, it was repainted for Norfolk Southern as a B-125 class car residing in a 29 car series, and retained its NW reporting mark. ..

Prod. Code 104 00 070

$32.95

Norfolk Southern - Rd#SOU900348 - rel 05/20

N Scale Norfolk Southern - Rd#SOU900348This 50’ standard box car with 10’ single door,  no roofwalk and short ladders is grey with black lettering and runs on Roller Bearing trucks. Built in April 1979 for Southern Railway, this 50’ general purpose boxcar has a 4,954 cubic foot capacity and a maximum gross weight of 177,000 pounds. It later became the property of Norfolk Southern through the merger of Norfolk & Western and Southern, and was relegated to maintenance of way service...

Prod. Code 180 00 150

$23.80

Northern Pacific - Rd#57515 - Rel. 2/21

N Scale Northern Pacific - Rd#57515 This 50’ steel side, 14 panel, fixed end gondola with low cover is black with white lettering and runs on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Built in 1965, gondola was among the first to have the new Northern Pacific block lettering scheme applied. When empty, the car was to be returned to the CB&Q Railroad in Riverdale, Iowa...

Prod. Code 106 00 140

$25.90

Northern Pacific- Rd# 20300 - Rel. 04/19

Northern Pacific- Rd# 20300   This 40’ outside-braced box car with single door is freight car red with white lettering and runs on Bettendorf trucks. Built in 1937 by Northern Pacific, this car was used through the 1950s across vast western rail network...

Prod. Code 028 00 250

$20.95

Northern Refrigerator Car Company - Rd# 6399 - N Scale Rel. 8/18

Northern Refrigerator Car Company - Rd# 6399 - N ScaleThese 40’ double-sheathed wood reefers with vertical brake wheel are brown with white 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 these were used to transport bananas from the deep south to more northern states...

Prod. Code 049 00 780

$27.60

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

Oppenheimer Casing Rd# 8023 rel01/15

N Scale  This 36’ wood sheathed ice reefer with truss rods is painted box car red with green sides and black lettering. Built by Mather Stock Car Co, it runs on Arch Bar trucks. Oppenheimer, as well as other shippers, recognized that car sides were a billboard awaiting an advertisement and devised this classic design in an effort to attract public attention. ..

Prod. Code 058 00 040

$26.95

Penn Central Rd#221005 rel.06/09

N Scale Penn Central Rd#221005..

Prod. Code 102 00 090

$24.60

Pennsylvania - Rd# 48334 - Rel. 03/17

N ScaleThis 50’ wagon top box car with double doors is iron sesqui-oxide with white herald and lettering and runs on Coil Elliptic trucks. Built in 1937, as part of series 48300-49299, the Pennsylvania Railroad’s “Round Roof” series of cars were used mainly for hauling automobiles and were designed with a new 10’ internal height clearance. To clear the low tunnel and stone bridge arches common in the east, the roofs were curved at the sides...

Prod. Code 079 00 010

$21.75

Pennsylvania - rd# 564275 - rel. 12/18

Pennsylvania - rd# 564275   This 40’ outside-braced box car with single door is Iron Sesqui-Oxide with white lettering and runs on Andrews trucks. Built in July of 1919 and serviced in the 1930s, this car belonged to a group of over 1800 in the class X26 fleet. ..

Prod. Code 028 00 131

$20.95

Pennsylvania - Rd# 7507 - Rel. 10/20

N ScalePennsylvania - Rd# 7507This 83’ 3-2 heavyweight observation car is tuscan with buff letting and runs on 4-wheel passenger trucks. ..

Prod. Code 144 00 360

$32.90

Pennsylvania RR - Rd#260703 - Rel. 1/17

N ScaleThis 3-bay covered hopper with elongated hatches is grey with black lettering and runs on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Built in 1965 as part of series 260706 – 260725, these cars were used to haul commodities like grain...

Prod. Code 094 00 220

$28.95

Pennyslvania - Rd# 19492 - Rel. 05/21

N Scale Pennyslvania - Rd#  19492 This 40’ standard box car with plug door is freight car red with white lettering and runs on Bettendorf trucks. Built in 1960 for Pennsylvania Railroad, this 40’ class X54A boxcar was outfitted with Pullman-Standard Compartmentizers and was used for food service. Pennsylvania was a large Class 1 railroad formed in 1846 and grew to be a predominant shipper on the east coast until 1968 when it merged with rival New York Central to form Penn Central...

Prod. Code 021 00 610

$25.80

Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Rd#63786 Rel. 5/17

N ScaleThis 100-ton 3-bay open hopper with rib sides and coal load is black with white lettering and runs on Bettendorf trucks. Used in service between mines and steel mills in the greater Pittsburgh, PA area, it was commonly seen carrying coke and coal. P&LE operated from Ohio to Pennsylvania and West Virginia from 1875 to 1993.  ..

Prod. Code 108 00 350

$24.60

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

Reading - Rd#118239 - Rel. 10/19

N Scale Reading - Rd#118239This 40’ standard box car with single door and no roofwalk is green with yellow lettering and runs on Bettendorf trucks. Built in the late 1940s and painted box car red, it was rebuilt in 1974 and repainted dark green. It was part of the advertisement in promotion of the “Take Stock in America” campaign, receiving the “Savings Bonds and Freedom” herald prior to the 1976 bicentennial. ..

Prod. Code 024 00 420

$26.80

RF&P - Rd# 7047 - Rel. 01/20

N SCALE RF&P - Rd# 7047    ..

Prod. Code 055 00 560

$25.80

Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac - Rd# 3114 - rel. 01/20

N Scale RF&P - Rd# 3114 ..

Prod. Code 105 00 770

$25.90

Rock Island - Rd#131494 - Rel. 05/11

N Scale Rock Island - Rd#131494             ..

Prod. Code 096 00 030

$23.95

Rock Island w/ load - Rd# 92000 - Rel. 2/19

N Scale   This heavyweight depressed-center flat car is brown with white lettering and runs on 6-wheel commonwealth freight trucks. Rock Island only had a single depressed center flat car, the RI 92000. Built in 1954 by RI from General Steel Castings components, this car was used for the transport of bulky and heavy industrial loads, such as electrical transformers and construction equipment.With generator load   ..

Prod. Code 109 00 150

$27.90

Seaboard Air Line - Rd#60003 Rel. 2/16

N Scale Seaboard Air Line - Rd#60003      ..

Prod. Code 122 00 100

$28.55

Sherwood - Rd#4553 - Rel. 02/20

N Scale Sherwood - Rd#4553  This 3-dome tank car is aluminum with black lettering and runs on Bettendorf trucks. This three-dome tank car was built by AC&F in 1936 for Shippers Car Line, and lettered for use by Sherwood Refining Company. Sherwood Refining Company’s main plant was located in Warren, Pennsylvania...

Prod. Code 066 00 100

$29.95

Soo Line - Rd#178260 - Rel. 1/21

N Scale Soo Line - Rd#178260 This 50’  box car with 8’ plug door, no roofwalk and short ladders is black with white sides and red door and runs on Roller Bearing trucks.  Belonging to an order of 30 cars, this insulated 50-foot RBL-class boxcar was built in May of 1965. It also featured a cushioned underframe, Equipco loaders, adjustable bulkheads and load protection devices...

Prod. Code 181 00 130

$29.80

Southern - rd#43492 - Rel. 01/18

N Scale Southern - rd#43492 This 60’ excess height box car with double plug doors and waffle sides is brown with white lettering and runs on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Still operating in its original paint today, it was built in the late 1970s by Berwick and was designed for Auto Parts service with Ford...

Prod. Code 103 00 080

$30.90

Southern - Rd#44365 Rel. 01/14

N SCALE Southern - Rd#44365 Rel. 01/14        ..

Prod. Code 034 00 360

$23.40

Southern Pacific (Clean) - Rd#531 - Rel. 05/18

N Scale Southern Pacific (Clean) - Rd#531Available Mid-May..

Prod. Code 051 00 310

$33.90

Southern Pacific - Rd#62903 - Rel. 2/21

N Scale Southern Pacific - Rd#62903 These 39’ single dome tank cars are black with white lettering and run on Bettendorf trucks. They were built in the 1940s and were marked with the SP “diamond-S” insignia, indicating sugar loading only. Serviced in 1964, they continued in revenue service for another decade or so before being relegated to MOW service...

Prod. Code 065 00 127

$27.70

Southern Pacific - Rd#659036 Rel. 05/12

N Scale Southern Pacific - Rd#659036 ..

Prod. Code 101 00 060

$28.45

Southern Pacific Rd# 58263 Rel. 01/14

N SCALE Southern Pacific Rd# 58263    ..

Prod. Code 031 00 460

$20.30

Southern Pacific w/load Rd#500502 05/09

N Scale Southern Pacific w/load Rd#500502     ..

Prod. Code 109 00 091

$23.15

Stark Bros. - Rd#25 - Rel. 06/16

N Scale This 40’ double-sheathed wood box car with single door is white with black lettering and runs on Andrews trucks. The Stark Brothers Fruit Company has been around since 1816 and its famous black bear logo was as common as a famous cola company artwork during the early 1900’s.  Transporting fruit, fruit products and even wine from Louisiana to Missouri, the company was lauded by the likes of Luther Burbank for their efforts to protect growers by sponsoring legislation in the 1930’s allowing them to patent their unique varieties. ..

Prod. Code 042 00 010

$20.90

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 # #8 Sweet Pure Molasses-Rd#616

N Scale Sweet Liquid #8- Sweet Pure Molasses-Rd#616This 39’ single dome tank car is black with white lettering and runs on Bettendorf trucks. Built in the mid-1950s for the Thomas E. Snyder Sons Company, a molasses shipper founded in 1941 and based in Chicago, Ill. This car was used through the early 1960s to carry liquified sugar products across the country from refineries to various distributors...

Prod. Code 065 00 206

$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

Sweet Liquid #9 Sugar Refining -Rd# 25 -Rel. 11/21

N Scale Sweet Liquid #9 McCahan Sugar Refining Company -Rd# 25  This 39’ single dome tank car is black with white lettering and runs on Archbar trucks. Built in April 1920, this car was owned and operated by the W.J. McCahan Sugar Refining Company based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This 50-ton, non-insulated car had an 8,105 gallon capacity. The W.J. McCahan Company was founded in 1892, and in 1944 was sold to the American Sugar Refining Company. ..

Prod. Code 065 00 226

$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

TTX Breast Cancer Awareness - Rel. 10/21  Contact Dealer

TTX Breast Cancer Awareness - Rel. 10/21

N Scale TTX Breast Cancer Awareness MSRP $59.95pre-ordered in June 2021Micro-Trains will donate 10% of the proceeds of every car sold to the breast cancer fund of the American Cancer Society...

Prod. Code 123 00 060

$59.95

U.S. Navy - Rd# T-102 - Rel. 08/19

N Scale U.S. Navy - Rd# T-102  This 39’ single dome tank car is aluminum with black lettering and runs on Bettendorf trucks. Built in May 1940, this insulated 10,000-gallon capacity tank car was based out of Norfolk Naval Operating Base, Virginia. ..

Prod. Code 065 00 970

$27.90

Union Pacific - rd# 110594 - rel. 12/18

N Scale Union Pacific - rd# 110594 - rel. 12/18    This 40’ standard box car with plug & sliding door is aluminum with yellow sides and runs on Roller Bearing trucks. Built in 1964 for Union Pacific and used for bulky or fragile commodities, this car was painted with the “Automated Railway” herald adopted in 1962. ..

Prod. Code 022 00 051

$29.95

Union Pacific - Rd# 170571 Rel. 2/19

N Scale Union Pacific - Rd# 170571    This 40’ double sheathed wood box car with 1-1/2 door, and vertical brakewheel is brown with white lettering and runs on Bettendorf trucks. Built in 1917 by the Ralston Steel Car Company, this 3739 cubic foot capacity wood-sheathed door-and-a-half boxcar had a 10’-6” opening that helped facilitate loading and unloading bulky auto parts and components. Retired by the 1950s, these cars were replaced by larger steel side auto parts boxcars...

Prod. Code 041 00 011

$19.90