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N Scale Micro-Trains Freight Cars

Model: 101 00 894
N Scale 2022 Micro-Mouse Christmas - Rel. 11/21 Micro-Mouse and family partake in a joyous Christmas tradition of displaying their all-time favorite train-themed ugly sweaters for the 2022 Christmas photo. Merry Christmas!..
$28.95
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Model: 064 00 011
N ScaleATSF Rd# 293246 - rel. 3/24    Rebuilt from bulkhead flatcars with Barber Roller Bearing trucks in 1982 and 1983, these TOFC flat cars were 57’ 6” in length and lasted until the late 1980s before being retired as containerized intermodal traffic became more common. Founded in 1..
$28.95
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Model: 025 00 316
N Scale RBMN - Rd# 82196 - Rel. 5/24    This 5,277-cubic foot capacity 50’ general service boxcar with Roller Bearing trucks was built for Railbox in 1980. It then made its way to Seaboard System, and then to CSX. CSX was formed through the 1986 mergers of Chessie System and Seaboard ..
$29.95
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Model: 105 00 680
N Scale Erie Lackawanna - Rd# 16575 - rel. 6/24   This 1761 cubic-foot capacity gondola with Bettendorf trucks was built in the mid-1960s and used for large or bulky loads. Erie Lackawanna was formed through the 1960 merger of the Erie Railroad, and the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western R..
$29.95
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Model: 025 44 210
N Scale Ex-Per Diem #3 SRN/ex-GRN-Rd# 7199-rel. 6/2  This ex-Greenville and Northern Railway boxcar with Barber Roller Bearing trucks was used for general service. It was later obtained by the Sabine River & Northern. SRN is a short line in Texas that primarily hauls pulpwood and finished p..
$30.95
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Model: 030 44 320
N Scale Ex-Per Diem #4 CIC/ex-O&N - rd# 8008 - rel. 5/24This ex-Oregon & Northwestern incentive per diem boxcar with Barber Roller Bearing trucks was later obtained by Cedar Rapids & Iowa City. The CIC, also known as the CRANDIC, this Class III railway was formed in 1904 and has around 6..
$30.95
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Model: 098 00 202
N Scale GACX - Rd# 46622 -  Rel. 07/22   Built in the early 1970s, these 50’ two-bay Airslide hoppers with Barber Roller Bearing trucks featured the GATX “Service Driven” logo. These cars were specially designed with an air-permeable layer inside the bays that could help loosen fine-g..
$34.90
Ex Tax:$34.90
Model: 100 00 610
N Scale Maine Central Rd# 612R -  Rel. 7/24 This Maine Central caboose with Bettendorf Swing Motion trucks was built in the early 1940s and painted in the yellow/green “Think Safety, Work Safely” paint scheme. Maine Central was founded in 1862 and was one of the largest railroads in New England..
$35.95
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Model: 107 00 090
N Scale Pennsylvania - Rd# 439752 - rel. 7/24   This G-26-class 65’ mill gondola was designed to haul finished structural steel shapes and other bulky loads, and featured drop ends that allowed the gondola to carry loads longer than the car. Pennsylvania was a large Class 1 railroad formed..
$33.95
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Model: 107 00 091
N Scale Pennsylvania - Rd# 439752 - rel. 7/24   This G-26-class 65’ mill gondola was designed to haul finished structural steel shapes and other bulky loads, and featured drop ends that allowed the gondola to carry loads longer than the car. Pennsylvania was a large Class 1 railroad formed..
$33.95
Ex Tax:$33.95
Model: 050 00 260
N Scale  Pennsylvania Rd# 980020 Rel. 7/24 This N6B-class caboose with Bettendorf trucks was built in 1922 and served the Philadelphia Region. It was repainted into the Keystone scheme with a black cupola. Pennsylvania was a large Class 1 railroad formed in 1846 and grew to be a predominant shi..
$33.95
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Model: 055 00 631
N Scale Reading - Rd# 88030 - Rel. 7/24 This HTx-Class 2-bay coal hopper with Bettendorf trucks was built in the late 1950s and continued in revenue use through the 1970s. Reading can be traced back to 1833 as the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad, one of the first railroads in the United States. Ov..
$27.95
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