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Manufacturing Scale Model Trains Since 1962 !
Notice: None of our products are intended for anyone under 14 years of Age.



Sale Ends on Sept 30th 2016 Or when Sale item(s) are sold out.


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There are the many different body styles available in our "HO" Ready to Run Freight Car line,
covering many time era's, from the 1880's to the most modern of "Intermodal Cars"

Bulkhead end Pulpwood Cars (7 Roadnames -3 cars numbers each road)



Union Pacific 54' Mill Gondola (7 Roads -3 Car Numbers each road)



Features of our Ready to Run HO Pulpwood, and Gondola Cars with Scrap Metal Loads

  • Authentic Models from Original Drawings of railroad freight cars.
  • Cars come with Operating McHenry Knuckle couplers
  • Fully assembled and ready to run.
  • Authentic Railroad Colors and lettering
  • All Roadnames are produced with multiple Car Numbers


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  • "HO" 54 Ft Pulpwood Flat Cars with simulated log load.
    Three Car numbers available for each, boxes will be marked with Stock Number plus either (01) (02) or (03)
    If you order more than one of a roadname we will assort best we can from remaining stock.

    Images might not be available for all items.
    Missing Image does not mean we do not have it.
    Description
    Sale !
    Only $15.67 each
    Ready to Run
    Retail $25.98 ea.
    Order Number Below
    Southern
    The timber and paper industry were a major source of traffic for the 10,000 mile Southern Railway system. In 1969 Southern added the green circle to the "O" as part of their "Southern Gives a Green Light to Innovations" campaign.
    Quantity: Check out now
    0001-092060
    Trailer Train
    Best known for their fleet of trailer and container cars, TTX (as they are currently known) also rosters large fleets of other flats for general and other non-intermodal service. The logo seen here was adopted in 1992.
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    0001-092061
    BNSF black
    BNSF was the result of the 1995 merger of Burlington Northern and Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe. Ten years later, the name was changed to BNSF Railway and the "Swoosh" logo was developed reportedly because "Burlington Northern Santa Fe" was too difficult for financial reporters to remember!
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    0001-092062
    BNSF oxide red
    In BNSF's early days cars were repainted oxide red or Cascade green. The green stopped when old stocks of BN paint were used up. Now BNSF uses oxide red and black.
    Quantity: Check out now
    0001-092063
    Norfolk Southern
    NS was born with the 1982 merger of Southern Railway and Norfolk & Western. However, it was 1988 when the NS logo first appeared on rolling stock in quantity.
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    0001-092064
    Canadian National
    Although CN's famous "noodle" logo was not generally used on flat cars, the big change of image in 1960 did bring about the spelling of "Canadien National" (in French) on one side and "Canadian National" (in English) on the other, a detail reproduced on these models!
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    0001-092065
    Canadian Pacific
    Canadian Pacific adopted the CP Rail image in 1968. In 1996, they reclaimed their full name but the bright red paint remains.
    Quantity: Check out now
    0001-092066

    ""HO" Gondola cars with scrap metal load
    Three Car numbers available for each, boxes will be marked with Stock Number plus either (01) (02) or (03)
    If you order more than one of a roadname we will assort best we can from remaining stock.

    Images might not be available for all items.
    Missing Image does not mean we do not have it.
    Description
    Sale !
    Only $15.67 each
    Ready to Run
    $25.98 ea.
    Order Number Below
    HO Gondola /with load BNSF Railway - black.
    This paint scheme illustrates BNSF's very latest gondola painting standards - complete with FRA mandated yellow reflector stripes.
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    0001-092041
    HO Gondola /with load BNSF Railway - oxide
    red. Here is the concurrent oxide red version of the scheme. Note the variation in road number and reflector stripe placement.
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    0001-092042
    HO Gondola /with load Chicago & North Western.
    C&NW purchased these gons secondhand from Penn Central in 1974, then rebuilt them in 1979.
    Quantity: Check out now
    0001-092043
    HO Gondola /with load Union Pacific.
    UP adopted this paint scheme for gondolas after the acquisition of Western Pacific and Missouri Pacific in 1983.
    Quantity: Check out now
    0001-092044
    HO Gondola /with load CSX.
    CSX had existed as a parent company for several years before adopting this CSX paint scheme on rolling stock in 1987, replacing the Chessie and Seaboard System images.
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    0001-092045
    HO Gondola /with load Norfolk Southern.
    The NS "stallion" logo (used on locomotives) comes from the NS system map which resembles the head and neck of a horse facing west!
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    0001-092046
    HO Gondola /with load Conrail.
    This group of Conrail gondolas was originally built for Delaware Lackawanna & Western. This run wears the post-1983 Conrail scheme.
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    0001-092047



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    All Limited Run items subject to prior sale.