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2022 Micro-Mouse Z Christmas - Rel. 11/22

Z 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! ..

Prod. Code 548 00 150

$28.95

2021 Micro-Mouse Halloween Z - Rel. 9/21

Z Scale 2021 Micro-Mouse Halloween  Rel. 9/21  This 50’ standard box car with plug door is orange with decorated sides and runs on 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 507 00 700

$27.95

Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe Rd# 82657 - Rel. 02/21

Z Scale Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe Rd# 82657 - These 2-bay covered hoppers are grey with black lettering and run on Bettendorf trucks. Built in 1957 for ATSF, these 2,006 cubic-foot capacity hoppers have a 77-ton capacity. Small, two-bay hoppers were often used for relatively dense commodities, such as cement powder, sand, potash, and other fine-grained materials and usually had a similar loaded weight to larger and longer cars.pre-ordered September 2020..

Prod. Code 531 00 073

$25.95

Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe Rd# 82864 - Rel. 02/21

Z Scale Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe Rd# 82864 These 2-bay covered hoppers are grey with black lettering and run on Bettendorf trucks. Built in 1957 for ATSF, these 2,006 cubic-foot capacity hoppers have a 77-ton capacity. Small, two-bay hoppers were often used for relatively dense commodities, such as cement powder, sand, potash, and other fine-grained materials and usually had a similar loaded weight to larger and longer cars.pre-ordered September 2020..

Prod. Code 531 00 074

$25.95

ATSF - Rd# 152318 - Rel. 11/22

Z SCALEATSF - Rd# 152318 -  Coming 11/22           These plug-door 50’ boxcars with Roller Bearing trucks were built in the late 1970s for Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe. They were assigned to food service, designated by the special equipment “XF” marking on the car. Founded in 1859, Santa Fe was one of the largest railroads in North America up until 1996, when it merged with Burlington Northern to form BNSF.       MSRP $29.95pre-ordered August 2022      ..

Prod. Code 511 00 273

$30.95

ATSF - Rd# 152396 - Rel. 11/22

Z SCALEATSF - Rd# 152396 -         These plug-door 50’ boxcars with Roller Bearing trucks were built in the late 1970s for Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe. They were assigned to food service, designated by the special equipment “XF” marking on the car. Founded in 1859, Santa Fe was one of the largest railroads in North America up until 1996, when it merged with Burlington Northern to form BNSF.        MSRP $29.95pre-ordered August 2022      ..

Prod. Code 511 00 274

$30.95

ATSF - Rd#11129 - Rel. 09/19

Z Scale ATSF - Rd#11129 - Rel. 09/19       These 50’ standard box cars with single door are mineral brown with white lettering and run on Bettendorf trucks. This 4870 cubic-foot box car was built in 1953 by ATSF, and advertised “The Chief” on one side, Santa Fe’s Chicago to Los Angeles premier passenger train. Belonging to class Bx-64, it belonged to a series of 300 cars...

Prod. Code 505 00 412

$26.90

ATSF Rd#35614 Rel. 06/22

Z Scale ATSF Rd#35614 These 40' cars with Bettendorf trucks were built in 1952 for the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe and featured the “Ship and Travel…” slogan on one side. Founded in 1859, Santa Fe was one of the largest railroads in North America up until 1996, when it merged with Burlington Northern to form BNSF. pre-ordered in December 2021 ..

Prod. Code 500 00 096

$27.95

ATSF Rd#35778 Rel. 06/22

Z Scale ATSF Rd#35778 These 40' cars with Bettendorf trucks were built in 1952 for the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe and featured the “Ship and Travel…” slogan on one side. Founded in 1859, Santa Fe was one of the largest railroads in North America up until 1996, when it merged with Burlington Northern to form BNSF. pre-ordered in December 2021 ..

Prod. Code 500 00 097

$27.95

Canadian Pacific - Rd# 304907 - Rel. 11/21

Z Scale Canadian Pacific  - Rd# 304903 - Rel. 10/21   These 61’ bulkhead flat cars are white with black and red lettering and run on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Built for CP Rail, this bulkhead flatcar was often used to carry structural steel and pipes, as well as logs and other long commodities. The reinforced bulkheads provide load protection as well as prevent shifting during transit.MSRP $24.90pre-ordered in April 2021 ..

Prod. Code 527 00 202

$24.90

Chesapeake & Ohio - Rd# 90020 - Rel. 8/20

Z Scale Chesapeake & Ohio - Rd# 90020 ..

Prod. Code 535 00 460

$29.95

CSX w/load - Rd#603470 -Rel.10/19

Z Scale CSX w/load - Rd#603470          These 60’ bulkhead flat cars are black with white lettering and run on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. CSX bulkhead flatcars are often used to carry structural steel and pipes, as well as logs and other long commodities. The reinforced bulkheads provide load protection as well as prevent shifting during transit...

Prod. Code 527 00 181

$27.90

Farm-to-Table #12 Z "Mothers Cocoa" - Rel. 1/20

Z Scale Farm-to-Table #12 "Mothers Cocoa" This 40’ wood reefer is brown with grey sides and runs on Bettendorf trucks. Built in 1927, this car was decorated in 1934 for the “Our Mother’s” brand of hot cocoa produced by E. & A. Opler, Inc of Chicago, Ill. The car was leased to Opler by North Western Refrigerator Line. E. & A. Opler was founded in 1908 and produced some of the finest chocolates and candies in America and still exists as the “World’s Finest” brand...

Prod. Code 518 00 820

$27.95

Farm-to-Table #6 - Z Mrs. Tuckers - Rel. 7/19

Z Scale Farm-to-Table #6 - Mrs. Tuckers This 40’ wood reefer is brown with yellow sides and runs on Bettendorf trucks. Built in the 1920s, this car was owned by North American Dispatch and was decorated to advertise “Mrs. Tucker’s Shortening.” North American Dispatch was founded in the early 1900s and was headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, and leased tank cars and refrigerator cars...

Prod. Code 518 00 760

$27.95

Farm-to-Table #7 - Z Dingfelder & Balish - Rel. 8/19

Z Scale Farm-to-Table #7 - Dingfelder & BalishThis 40’ wood reefer is brown with yellow sides and runs on Bettendorf trucks. Painted for Dingfelder & Balish’s “Fancy Onions,” this wood sheathed ice reefer was built in August 1932. Headquartered in New York City, Dingfelder & Balish focused almost exclusively on onion sales...

Prod. Code 518 00 770

$27.95

Farm-to-Table Z#10 -Zion - Rel. 11/19

Z Scale Farm-to-Table Z#10 -Zion    This 40’ wood reefer is brown with yellow sides and runs on Arch Bar trucks. Built in the late 1920s, this car was decorated for the Zion Institutions & Industries conglomerate based out Zion, Ill., and owned by Northern Refrigerator Car Company. Zion Bakery produced “delicious, healthful and economical” fig bars; one of their most popular products...

Prod. Code 518 00 800

$27.95

Farm-to-Table Z#11 -Horvitz Bros. Wholesale - Rel. 12/19

Z Scale Farm-to-Table Z#11 -Horvitz Bros. WholesaleThis 40’ wood reefer is brown with yellow sides and runs on Bettendorf trucks. Built in the late 1920s, this car was decorated in 1934 for the Horvitz Brothers Wholesale Fruit and Produce Company of Chicago, and owned by North Western Refrigerator Line. Horvitz Brothers was a large distributor of onions and potatoes in the 1930s...

Prod. Code 518 00 810

$27.95

Farm-to-Table Z#8 -Mid-West Catsup - Rel. 9/19

Z Scale Farm-to-Table #8 -Mid-West Catsup     This 36’ wood sheathed ice reefer with truss rods is brown with yellow sides and runs on Bettendorf trucks. Built in the 1920s, this car was owned by North American Dispatch and was decorated to advertise “Mrs. Tucker’s Shortening.” North American Dispatch was founded in the early 1900s and was headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, primarily leasing tank cars and refrigerator cars..

Prod. Code 518 00 780

$27.95

Farm-to-Table Z#9 -Nash Mustard - Rel. 10/19

Z Scale Farm-to-Table Z#9 -Nash Mustard    This 40’ wood reefer is brown with grey sides and runs on Bettendorf trucks. Built in the late 1920s, this car was decorated in 1934 for the Nash-Underwood Food Products Company of Chicago, and owned by North Western Refrigerator Line. Nash-Underwood was one of the largest mustard manufacturers in the 1930s...

Prod. Code 518 00 790

$27.95

Farm-toTable #1 Z - Monarch Foods - Rel. 2/19

Z Scale Monarch Foods Rd#14290This 40’ wood reefer is grey with decorated sides and runs on Bettendorf trucks. Featuring a large produce mural for Reid, Murdoch & Company’s “Monarch Finer Foods” brand, this reefer was assigned a North Western Refrigerator Line reporting mark and served through the 1930’s...

Prod. Code 518 00 710

$27.95

Farm-toTable #2 Z - Joan of Arc - Rel. 03/19

Z Scale  Joan of Arc - Rel. 03/19 This 40’ wood reefer is brown with yellow decorated sides and runs on Bettendorf trucks. The Illinois Canning Co. was founded in 1875 by S.S. McCall in the town of Hoopeston, Illinois. Later changing its name to “Joan of Arc,” the company produced a variety of food products, including Fancy Red Kidney Beans, and Fancy Country Gentleman Sugar Corn...

Prod. Code 518 00 720

$27.95

Farm-toTable #3 - Eatmor Cranberries Z Rel. 4/19

Z Scale  Eatmore Cranberries - This 40’ wood reefer is brown with grey decorated sides and runs on Bettendorf trucks. Built in 1927, this car was leased by North American Refrigerator Line to the Chicago-based American Cranberry Exchange in 1933. Used through the 1940s to ship “Eatmor” brand cranberries, it was equipped with permanent floor racks and two, 235 cubic foot ice bunkers...

Prod. Code 518 00 730

$27.95

Farm-toTable #4 - Z Stokely's - Rel. 5/19

Z Scale Farm-toTable #4 - Stokely'sThis 40’ wood reefer is brown with grey decorated sides and runs on Bettendorf trucks. Built in 1927, this car was leased by North American Refrigerator Line to the Chicago-based American Cranberry Exchange in 1933. Used through the 1940s to ship “Eatmor” brand cranberries, it was equipped with permanent floor racks and two, 235 cubic foot ice bunkers...

Prod. Code 518 00 740

$27.95

Frisco - Rd# 85238 Rel. 04/21

Z Scale Frisco - Rd# 85238 These 2-bay covered hoppers are grey with black lettering and run on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Built in 1966, they were used for high density powered and granular commodities, like cement and sand. The St. Louis-San Francisco Railway, or “Frisco,” was founded in 1876 and was absorbed by Burlington Northern in 1980.MSRP$ 25.95pre-ordered September 2020..

Prod. Code 531 00 341

$25.95

Frisco - Rd# 85266 Rel. 04/21

Z Scale Frisco - Rd# 85266  These 2-bay covered hoppers are grey with black lettering and run on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Built in 1966, they were used for high density powered and granular commodities, like cement and sand. The St. Louis-San Francisco Railway, or “Frisco,” was founded in 1876 and was absorbed by Burlington Northern in 1980. MSRP$ 25.95pre-ordered September 2020..

Prod. Code 531 00 342

$25.95

Frisco Rd#90941 - Rel. 05/21

Z Scale Frisco These 33’ twin bay hoppers with offset sides are brown with white lettering and run on Bettendorf trucks. Built in 1949 in an order of 800 units, these cars were used in general service often carrying rock, minerals, or coal. Frisco, the common name for the St. Louis-San Francisco Railway, was founded in 1876 and ran for 104 years before being purchased and absorbed into the Burlington Northern system in 1980.pre-ordered November 2020..

Prod. Code 533 00 171

$23.95

Frisco Rd#90950 - Rel. 05/21

Z Scale Frisco These 33’ twin bay hoppers with offset sides are brown with white lettering and run on Bettendorf trucks. Built in 1949 in an order of 800 units, these cars were used in general service often carrying rock, minerals, or coal. Frisco, the common name for the St. Louis-San Francisco Railway, was founded in 1876 and ran for 104 years before being purchased and absorbed into the Burlington Northern system in 1980.pre-ordered November 2020..

Prod. Code 533 00 172

$23.95

Great Northern - Z Rd#39673 - Rel. 09/19

Z Scale Great Northern - Rd#39673 These 50’ standard box cars with single door are green with white lettering and red door and run on Roller Bearing trucks. Belonging to a 200-car series, this 4940 cubic foot capacity car was built in 1963 by American Car & Foundry. Featuring a cushioned underframe and DF loaders, it was used for shock-sensitive cargos...

Prod. Code 505 00 402

$26.90

Great Northern Rd# 138717 Rel. 11/22

Z SCALEGreat Northern Rd# 138717 Coming 11/22    Founded in 1906, Railroad Magazine was the first, and one of the most popular railroad pulp publications, containing first-hand railroad stories and informative articles. It was published until 1979 when it merged with Railfan Magazine to form Railfan & Railroad, now owned by White River Productions. This 40’ boxcar  runs on Barber Roller Bearing trucks.        MSRP $29.95pre-ordered August 2022      ..

Prod. Code 511 00 051

$29.95

Great Northern Rd# 138796 Rel. 11/22

Z SCALEGreat Northern Rd# 138796  Built in 1968, these plug-door 50’ boxcars with Roller Bearing trucks had a 5,266 cubic foot capacity and were used for special equipment, such as in food service. They featured Car Pac loaders and  cushioned underframes. Great Northern was a Class 1 railroad founded in 1881 and eventually was merged with Northern Pacific and others to form Burlington Northern Railroad in 1970.         MSRP $29.95pre-ordered August 2022      ..

Prod. Code 511 00 052

$29.95

Great Northern Rd#73632 - Rel. 05/21

Z Scale Great Northern These 33’ twin bay hoppers with offset sides are brown with white lettering and run on Bettendorf trucks. Built in 1931, this 2160 cu.ft. hopper belonged to a 500-car series and was used in general service, carrying coal, rock, iron ores and occasionally produce. Great Northern was a Class 1 railroad founded in 1881 and eventually was merged with Northern Pacific and others to form Burlington Northern Railroad in 1970.pre-ordered November 2020..

Prod. Code 533 00 161

$23.95

Great Northern Rd#73678 - Rel. 05/21

Z Scale Great Northern These 33’ twin bay hoppers with offset sides are brown with white lettering and run on Bettendorf trucks. Built in 1931, this 2160 cu.ft. hopper belonged to a 500-car series and was used in general service, carrying coal, rock, iron ores and occasionally produce. Great Northern was a Class 1 railroad founded in 1881 and eventually was merged with Northern Pacific and others to form Burlington Northern Railroad in 1970.pre-ordered November 2020..

Prod. Code 533 00 162

$23.95

Illinois Central - Rd#ICG 322501 - Rel. 06/21

Z Scale Illinois Central - Rd#ICG 322501 These 33’ twin bay hoppers with offset sides are black with orange lettering and run on Bettendorf trucks. Built in the 1940s and serviced and repainted in the mid-1970s, these hoppers were used until the early 1980s. Illinois Central Gulf was a Class 1 railroad from 1972-1988 and arose from the merger of Illinois Central and Gulf, Mobile and Ohio. pre-ordered November 2020..

Prod. Code 533 00 052

$23.95

Illinois Central Gulf - Rd# 978688 - Rel. 10/21

Z Scale Illinois Central Gulf - Rd# 978688 - Rel. 10/21 These 61’ bulkhead flat cars are orange with black lettering and run on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Built in 1982 by Portec, this bulkhead flat car saw revenue service through the 2000s. Designed for transporting large or bulky structural components, these cars had a 286,000-pound gross rail rating.MSRP $24.90pre-ordered in April 2021 ..

Prod. Code 527 00 212

$24.90

Illinois Central Gulf - Rd# 978688 - Rel. 10/21

Z Scale Illinois Central Gulf - Rd# 978688 - Rel. 10/21 These 61’ bulkhead flat cars are orange with black lettering and run on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Built in 1982 by Portec, this bulkhead flat car saw revenue service through the 2000s. Designed for transporting large or bulky structural components, these cars had a 286,000-pound gross rail rating.MSRP $24.90pre-ordered in April 2021 ..

Prod. Code 527 00 211

$24.90

Micro-Mouse 2018 Z - rel. 10/18

Z Scale Micro-Mouse 2018These box cars are dark blue with plug doors and run on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. On a perfect winter evening, with all lights lit, Micro-Mouse admires his decorative work on his house.  Little does he know that while he takes in his masterpiece, mayhem is looming just around the corner!..

Prod. Code 548 00 120

$27.95

Micro-Mouse Day of the Dead Z - Rel. 10/22

Z Scale Micro-Mouse Day of the Dead Micro-Mouse celebrates Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, a Mexican traditional holiday observed during the fall to joyfully honor the deceased with festivities such as face painting, food, prayers and song, and giving gifts like candy sugar skulls...

Prod. Code 548 00 140

$28.95

Micro-Mouse Independence Day Z - Rel. 6/22

Z Scale Micro-Mouse Independence Day - Rel. 6/22     Micro-Mouse and family show their national patriotism and gratitude for their freedom, surrounded by 4th of July festivities and a backdrop of Old Glory. ..

Prod. Code 507 00 720

$28.95

Micro-Mouse Valentines Day Z - Rel. 2/21

Z Scale Micro-Mouse Valentines Day     This 50’ standard box car with plug door is maroon with white lettering and runs on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Looking dapper in his sweater and scarf, Micro-Mouse gives us a play on words, but we see on the other side of the car that he is enjoying his hobby as he wishes all of us a Happy Valentine’s Day!..

Prod. Code 507 00 690

$27.95

Milwaukee Rd - Rd#99633 Rel. 04/21

Z Scale Milwaukee Rd - Rd#99633   These 2-bay covered hoppers are grey with black lettering and run on Bettendorf trucks. Built in 1954, these 70-ton PS2 hopper were used to transport cement and other high density powered and granular commodities. Serviced in the mid-1960s, and the new “billboard scheme” applied, they were used until the 1980s.MSRP$ 25.95pre-ordered September 2020..

Prod. Code 531 00 362

$25.95

Missouri, Kansas & Texas w/sheep load - Rd#47049 - Rel. 2022

Z Scale Missouri, Kansas & Texas w/sheep load - Rd#47049 Built for the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad, these 35-foot stock cars with Bettendorf trucks were used to transport cows, sheep and other livestock from stockyards to slaughterhouses. The MKT railroad was founded in 1923 and headquartered in Dallas, Texas and is known for its bright and vibrant paint schemes.          ..

Prod. Code 520 00 264

$30.95

Missouri, Kansas & Texas w/sheep load - Rd#47126 - Rel. 2022

Z Scale Missouri, Kansas & Texas w/sheep load - Rd#47126 Built for the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad, these 35-foot stock cars with Bettendorf trucks were used to transport cows, sheep and other livestock from stockyards to slaughterhouses. The MKT railroad was founded in 1923 and headquartered in Dallas, Texas and is known for its bright and vibrant paint schemes.          ..

Prod. Code 520 00 263

$30.95

New Haven Rd#36194 Rel. 07/22

Z Scale New Haven Rd#36194 This 40’ New Haven box car with Bettendorf trucks was built in 1941 and this paint scheme ran throught the 1940s and 50s. New Haven Railroad was founded in 1872 and headquartered in New Haven, Connecticut. Even though it made it through several bankruptcies, the railroad eventually became unprofitable and was rolled into the Penn Central railroad conglomerate in 1968. MSRP $27.95pre-ordered in December 2021 ..

Prod. Code 500 00 127

$27.95

New Haven Rd#36325 Rel. 07/22

Z Scale New Haven Rd#36325This 40’ New Haven box car with Bettendorf trucks was built in 1941 and this paint scheme ran throught the 1940s and 50s. New Haven Railroad was founded in 1872 and headquartered in New Haven, Connecticut. Even though it made it through several bankruptcies, the railroad eventually became unprofitable and was rolled into the Penn Central railroad conglomerate in 1968. MSRP $27.95pre-ordered in December 2021 ..

Prod. Code 500 00 126

$27.95

New York Central - rd#4301- Rel. 09/21

Z Scale New York Central - rd#4301   These 50’ standard box cars with single door are green with white lettering and run on Bettendorf trucks. They were built in 1964 and feature a cushioned underframe to help prevent damage to cargo due to rough train handling. New York Central was a Class 1 Railroad founded in 1853 and operated until 1968, when it was merged with long-time rival Pennsylvania, to form Penn Central.     ..

Prod. Code 505 00 441

$26.80

New York Central - rd#4301- Rel. 09/21

Z Scale New York Central - rd#4301 These 50’ standard box cars with single door are green with white lettering and run on Bettendorf trucks. They were built in 1964 and feature a cushioned underframe to help prevent damage to cargo due to rough train handling. New York Central was a Class 1 Railroad founded in 1853 and operated until 1968, when it was merged with long-time rival Pennsylvania, to form Penn Central.      ..

Prod. Code 505 00 442

$26.80

New York Central - Rd#48260 Rel. 07/20

Z Scale New York Central - Rd#48260 - 2020 These 50’ rib side box cars with plug door and no roofwalk are green with white lettering and run on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Built in 1966 for New York Central Railroad, this car featured a cushioned underframe and DFB loaders. New York Central was founded in 1853 and continued until the merger with Pennsylvania Railroad in 1968 to form Penn Central. ..

Prod. Code 511 00 281

$25.80

New York Central - Rd#48264 Rel. 07/20

Z Scale New York Central - Rd#48264 - 2020These 50’ rib side box cars with plug door and no roofwalk are green with white lettering and run on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Built in 1966 for New York Central Railroad, this car featured a cushioned underframe and DFB loaders. New York Central was founded in 1853 and continued until the merger with Pennsylvania Railroad in 1968 to form Penn Central...

Prod. Code 511 00 282

$25.80

NOKL - Rd# 725254 - Rel. 10/21

Z Scale NOKL - Rd# 725254 - Rel. 10/21  These 61’ bulkhead flat cars are black with white lettering and run on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Built in 1981 by Evans, this bulkhead flat car sees revenue service transporting large or bulky structural components, and has a 286,000-pound gross rail rating.MSRP $24.90pre-ordered in April 2021 ..

Prod. Code 527 00 221

$24.90

NOKL - Rd# 725258 - Rel. 10/21

Z Scale NOKL - Rd# 725258 - Rel. 10/21  These 61’ bulkhead flat cars are black with white lettering and run on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Built in 1981 by Evans, this bulkhead flat car sees revenue service transporting large or bulky structural components, and has a 286,000-pound gross rail rating.MSRP $24.90pre-ordered in April 2021 ..

Prod. Code 527 00 222

$24.90

Norfolk & Western- Rd#57571 - Rel 06/20

Z Scale Norfolk & Western- Rd#57571These 50’ rib side box cars with single door without roofwalk are black with white lettering and run on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Built in 1975 for Norfolk & Western these boxcars were used for food grade loading only. Norfolk & Western was a Class 1 railroad which operated on the east coast from 1838-1982. It then combined with Southern Railway to form Norfolk Southern...

Prod. Code 510 00 481

$27.60

Northern Pacific - Rd#81778 - Rel. 05/17

Z ScaleThese 40’ despatch stock cars are brown with white lettering and run on Bettendorf trucks. This 81750 – 81999 series stock car was heavily used across the Midwest and Northern states in the early part of the 20th century. As livestock demand continued into the 1960s, NP eventually modernized many of their old wood stock cars allowing them to serve into the 1970s...

Prod. Code 520 00 232

$22.90

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

Northern Refrigerator Car Company - Rd# 6399 - Z Scale Rel. 8/18These 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 518 00 610

$27.60

Ontario Northland - Rd#5051 - Rel. 03/20

Z Scale Ontario Northland - Rd#5051These 50’ gondolas with fishbelly sides and drop ends are blue with white lettering and run on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Built in the late 1960s, this Ontario Northland gondola was used for scrap loading and large industrial components. Ontario Northland is an operational enterprise of the Government of Ontario, Canada, operating passenger and freight services between Cochrane and Moosonee, Ontario...

Prod. Code 522 00 351

$27.80

Ontario Northland - Rd#5061 - Rel. 03/20

Z Scale Ontario Northland - Rd#5061 These 50’ gondolas with fishbelly sides and drop ends are blue with white lettering and run on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Built in the late 1960s, this Ontario Northland gondola was used for scrap loading and large industrial components. Ontario Northland is an operational enterprise of the Government of Ontario, Canada, operating passenger and freight services between Cochrane and Moosonee, Ontario...

Prod. Code 522 00 352

$27.80

Oppenheimer Rd#8025 Rel. 12/18

Z Scale Oppenheimer Rd#8025  These 40’ wood reefers are brown with green decorated sides and run on Arch bar trucks. Founded in 1868 by Sigmund Oppenheimer, Oppenheimer & Company was located in Chicago and sold natural animal casings to sausage manufacturers. Eventually, their success lead the company overseas and is currently headquartered in Australia...

Prod. Code 518 00 692

$26.95

Penn Central - Rd#877145 Rel. 04/21

Z Scale Penn Central - Rd#877145These 2-bay covered hoppers are grey with black lettering and run on Bettendorf trucks. Built for Pennsylvania Railroad in 1955 this car belonged to class H34b. Repainted in 1968 after the formation of Penn Central, the car lasted another 20 years before being scrapped. MSRP$ 25.95pre-ordered September 2020..

Prod. Code 531 00 351

$25.95

Penn Central - Rd#877242 Rel. 04/21

Z Scale Penn Central - Rd#877242   These 2-bay covered hoppers are grey with black lettering and run on Bettendorf trucks. Built for Pennsylvania Railroad in 1955 this car belonged to class H34b. Repainted in 1968 after the formation of Penn Central, the car lasted another 20 years before being scrapped. MSRP$ 25.95pre-ordered September 2020..

Prod. Code 531 00 352

$25.95

Pennsylvania - Rd# 257912 - Rel. 02/21

Z Scale Pennsylvania - Rd# 257912 These 2-bay covered hoppers are grey with black lettering and run on Bettendorf trucks. Built in 1957 by Pullman-Standard’s Butler, Pennsylvania Shops, these H34C class hoppers were 2,003 cubic-feet in capacity. These cars were primarily used for dense granular commodities, such as cement and certain grains.pre-ordered September 2020..

Prod. Code 531 00 322

$25.95

Pennsylvania - Rd# 257971 - Rel. 02/21

Z Scale Pennsylvania - Rd# 257971  These 2-bay covered hoppers are grey with black lettering and run on Bettendorf trucks. Built in 1957 by Pullman-Standard’s Butler, Pennsylvania Shops, these H34C class hoppers were 2,003 cubic-feet in capacity. These cars were primarily used for dense granular commodities, such as cement and certain grains.pre-ordered September 2020..

Prod. Code 531 00 321

$25.95

Pennsylvania Railroad Rd#24115 Rel. 06/22

Z Scale Pennsylvania Railroad Rd#24115 These 40’ box cars with Bettendorf trucks were built for Pennsylvania Railroad in the 1940s. 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. pre-ordered in December 2021 ..

Prod. Code 500 00 076

$27.95

Pennsylvania Railroad Rd#25142 Rel. 06/22

Z ScalePennsylvania Railroad Rd#25142 pre-ordered in December 2021 ..

Prod. Code 500 00 077

$27.95

Pennsylvania Rd# 112000 Rel. 11/22

Z SCALEPennsylvania Rd# 112000       Built in 1964, these 50’ plug-door boxcars featured Roller Bearing trucks, a cushioned underframe, load dividers, and car-side insulation, and were used in perishable 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.    pre-ordered August 2022      ..

Prod. Code 511 00 011

$29.95

Pennsylvania Rd# 112210 Rel. 11/22

Z SCALEPennsylvania Rd# 112210 Coming 11/22        Built in 1964, these 50’ plug-door boxcars featured Roller Bearing trucks, a cushioned underframe, load dividers, and car-side insulation, and were used in perishable 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. pre-ordered August 2022      ..

Prod. Code 511 00 012

$29.95

Pennsylvania w/cattle load - Rd#134082 - rel. 2022

Z Scale Pennsylvania w/cattle load - Rd#134082  MSRP $25.95         ..

Prod. Code 520 00 183

$25.95

Pennsylvania w/cattle load - Rd#135117 - rel. 2022

Z Scale Pennsylvania w/cattle load - Rd#135117  MSRP $25.95         ..

Prod. Code 520 00 184

$25.95

Railroad Magazine #2 - April - Rel. 4/22

Z Scale Railroad Magazine #2 - April Vanderbilt RoadFounded in 1906, Railroad Magazine was the first, and one of the most popular railroad pulp publications, containing first-hand railroad stories and informative articles. It was published until 1979 when it merged with Railfan Magazine to form Railfan & Railroad, now owned by White River Productions. ..

Prod. Code 502 00 641

$27.95

Railroad Magazine #3 - May Z- Rel. 5/22

Z Scale Railroad Magazine #3 - MayRail Fan SpecialFounded in 1906, Railroad Magazine was the first, and one of the most popular railroad pulp publications, containing first-hand railroad stories and informative articles. It was published until 1979 when it merged with Railfan Magazine to form Railfan & Railroad, now owned by White River Productions. ..

Prod. Code 502 00 642

$27.95

Railroad Magazine #4 - June Z- Rel. 6/22

Z Scale Railroad Magazine #4 - JuneEmergency StopFounded in 1906, Railroad Magazine was the first, and one of the most popular railroad pulp publications, containing first-hand railroad stories and informative articles. It was published until 1979 when it merged with Railfan Magazine to form Railfan & Railroad, now owned by White River Productions. ..

Prod. Code 502 00 643

$27.95

Railroad Magazine #5 - June Z- Rel. 7/22

Z Scale Railroad Magazine #5 - JulyAfter The ShowFounded in 1906, Railroad Magazine was the first, and one of the most popular railroad pulp publications, containing first-hand railroad stories and informative articles. It was published until 1979 when it merged with Railfan Magazine to form Railfan & Railroad, now owned by White River Productions. ..

Prod. Code 502 00 644

$27.95

Railroad Magazine #6 - August Z- Rel. 8/22

Z Scale Railroad Magazine #6 - AugustSignal Maintainer, PRRFounded in 1906, Railroad Magazine was the first, and one of the most popular railroad pulp publications, containing first-hand railroad stories and informative articles. It was published until 1979 when it merged with Railfan Magazine to form Railfan & Railroad, now owned by White River Productions. This 40’ boxcar  runs on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. ..

Prod. Code 502 00 645

$27.95

Railroad Magazine #7 - September Z- Rel. 9/22

Z Scale Railroad Magazine #7 - SeptemberThe Old One SpotFounded in 1906, Railroad Magazine was the first, and one of the most popular railroad pulp publications, containing first-hand railroad stories and informative articles. It was published until 1979 when it merged with Railfan Magazine to form Railfan & Railroad, now owned by White River Productions. This 40’ boxcar  runs on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. ..

Prod. Code 502 00 646

$27.95

Railroad Magazine #8 - October Z- Rel. 10/22

Z Scale Railroad Magazine #8 - OctoberThe Man At the SwitchFounded in 1906, Railroad Magazine was the first, and one of the most popular railroad pulp publications, containing first-hand railroad stories and informative articles. It was published until 1979 when it merged with Railfan Magazine to form Railfan & Railroad, now owned by White River Productions. This 40’ boxcar  runs on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. ..

Prod. Code 502 00 647

$27.95

Railroad Magazine #9 - November Z- Rel. 11/22

Z Scale Railroad Magazine #9 - NovemberThanksgiving Turkey RaffleFounded in 1906, Railroad Magazine was the first, and one of the most popular railroad pulp publications, containing first-hand railroad stories and informative articles. It was published until 1979 when it merged with Railfan Magazine to form Railfan & Railroad, now owned by White River Productions. This 40’ boxcar  runs on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. ..

Prod. Code 502 00 648

$27.95

Rock Island - Rd#75015- Rel. 6/19

Z Scale Rock Island - Rd#75015     These 40’ despatch stock cars are brown with white lettering and run on Bettendorf trucks. Rock Island had over 3,000 stock cars in the early 1930s; the height of cattle transport by rail. As other shipping methods gained popularity in the 1940s and 50s, railroad stock cars were quickly sidelined. By the late 1960s, the stock car count on RI had dropped by 90%. ..

Prod. Code 520 00 252

$23.90

SLT #10- Union Starch - Rd# 6719 - Rel. 12/21

Z Scale Sweet Liquid  #10 Union Starch - Rd# 6719 - Rel. 12/21  This 39’ single dome tank car is red with white lettering and runs on Bettendorf trucks. Built in 1921 by General American, this GATX-owned tank car was leased to Union Starch & Refining Co., of Granite City, Illinois. Used to carry corn-syrup and other liquids used in the commercial sugar manufacturing industry, it was used through the 1950s before being retired.This series was pre-ordered in September 2020..

Prod. Code 530 00 570

$29.95

SLT #12-Penick & Ford-Rd# 12553 - Rel. 2/22

Z Scale Sweet Liquid  #12 SLT #12-Penick & Ford-Rd# 12553 - Rel. 2/22  Owned by General American Transportation Corp. and leased to the Penick & Ford Corn Company, of Shreveport, Louisiana, this car with Bettendorf trucks transported sugar cane and corn syrups. Penick & Ford was founded in 1897 by William S. Penick and James P. Ford, and served the food production industry. This series was pre-ordered in September 2020..

Prod. Code 530 00 600

$29.95

SLT #8-Sweet Pure Molasses Z -Rd#616 - Rel. 10/21

Z Scale Sweet Liquid  #8 Sweet Pure Molasses-Rd#616 - Rel. 10/2This 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.This series was pre-ordered in September 2020..

Prod. Code 530 00 560

$29.95

SLT #9- Sugar Refining Co. Z Rd# 25 - Rel. 11/21

Z Scale Sweet Liquid  #9 McCahan Sugar Refining Co.-Rd#25This 39’ single dome tank car is black with white lettering and runs on Archbar trucks. Built in 1921 by General American, this GATX-owned tank car was leased to Union Starch & Refining Co., of Granite City, Illinois. Used to carry corn-syrup and other liquids used in the commercial sugar manufacturing industry, it was used through the 1950s before being retired.This series was pre-ordered in September 2020..

Prod. Code 530 00 580

$29.95

Southern Pacific w/cattle load- Rd#73371 -Rel 05/2022

Z Scale Southern Pacific w/cattle load- Rd#73371These stock cars with Bettendorf trucks were built in 1917 and rebuilt by Southern Pacific in 1950. Southern Pacific was a Class 1 railroad from 1865 until 1996, when it was absorbed by Union Pacific after falling on hard times financially in the 1970s and 1980s.         ..

Prod. Code 520 00 211

$25.95

Southern Pacific w/cattle load- Rd#73408 -Rel. 05/2022

Z Scale Southern Pacific w/cattle load- Rd#73408  These stock cars with Bettendorf trucks were built in 1917 and rebuilt by Southern Pacific in 1950. Southern Pacific was a Class 1 railroad from 1865 until 1996, when it was absorbed by Union Pacific after falling on hard times financially in the 1970s and 1980s.         ..

Prod. Code 520 00 212

$25.95

Southern Rd#21056 Rel. 07/22

Z Scale Southern Rd#21056 This 40’ Southern Railway car with Bettendorf trucks was built in the 1940s and this paint scheme ran in the 60s and 70s. Southern Railway was a Class 1 railroad that operated over 6,000 miles of track across the southern United States from 1894-1982.MSRP $27.45pre-ordered in December 2021 ..

Prod. Code 500 00 106

$27.95

Southern Rd#21200 Rel. 07/22

Z Scale Southern Rd#21200 Coming 07/22 MSRP $27.45pre-ordered in December 2021 ..

Prod. Code 500 00 107

$27.95

Southern Rd#285669 - Rel. 06/21

Z Scale Southern Rd#285669  - Rel. 06/21   These 33’ twin bay hoppers with offset sides are black with white lettering and run on Bettendorf trucks. Built in 1937 they belonged to Southern Railway subsidiary Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railroad. Southern Railway was a Class 1 railroad that operated over 6,000 miles of track across the southern United States from 1894-1982.pre-ordered November 2020..

Prod. Code 533 00 151

$23.95

Southern with load - Rd#60143 - Rel. 01/21

Z Scale Southern with Blower Housing Load Rd#60143 These 50’ gondolas with fishbelly sides and drop ends are brown with white lettering and run on Bettendorf trucks. These cars were general service gondolas built in 1953 for Southern Railway. They were rebuilt and repainted in late 1979, and remained on the revenue roster for several more years before being retired.pre-ordered July 2020..

Prod. Code 522 00 372

$24.95

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

Z Scale Sweet Liquid #2- Hubinger Co. -Rd#18156 - Rel. 4/21This 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 530 00 500

$29.95

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

Z 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 530 00 510

$29.95

Sweet Liquid #4 -Miranda Sugar Z -Rd# MSX 1 - Rel. 06/21

Z Scale Sweet Liquid #4- Miranda Sugar -Rd# MSX 1 - Rel. 06/21  This 39’ single dome tank car is black with white lettering and runs on Bettendorf 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 530 00 520

$29.95

Sweet Liquid #6 -Molasses Gilbert Z -Rd# 1007 - Rel. 08/21

Z Scale Sweet Liquid  #6 Molasses Gilbert Z  -Rd# 1007 - Rel. 08/21  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 530 00 540

$29.95

Sweet Liquid #7 -Imperial Sugar Z -Rd# 30465- Rel. 09/21

Z Scale Sweet Liquid  #7 Imperial Sugar Z  -Rd# 30465- Rel. 09/21  This 39’ single dome tank car is grey with black lettering and runs on Bettendorf trucks. Imperial Sugar was founded in 1843 by Samuel May Williams in Sugar Land, Texas, and today is one of the largest U.S. sugar producers. This car was owned by General American Transportation Corporation and leased to Imperial to carry liquified sugar products from their Texas refinery to various distributors across the country.This series was pre-ordered in September 2020..

Prod. Code 530 00 550

$29.95

Swift Refrigerator Line - Rd# 18792 - Rel. 5/18

Z Scale Swift Refrigerator Line - Rd# 18792 These 40’ wood reefers are brown with orange sides and black lettering and run on Bettendorf trucks. In 1920, Santa Fe ordered 1,250 brand new RR-W 40’ Double-Sheathed wood reefers built by Haskell & Barker, in order to replace an aging fleet no longer able to meet the high demand of postwar perishable shipments. As the fleet became modernized with these new reefers, standardized loads and icing service requirements streamlined Santa Fe system-wide...

Prod. Code 518 00 582

$25.95

TTX - Rd# 56848 - Rel. 10/22

Z SCALETTX - Rd# 56848     Built in early 1992, this TTX 70’ well car with Roller Bearing trucks accepted containers up to 48’ in length in the bottom well position. Founded in 1955 as “Trailer-Train,” the company standardized TOFC practices and fostered the growth of rail transportation. The Trailer-Train brand was retired in 1991 as the company rebranded simply as “TTX.”    MSRP $29.90pre-ordered June 2021      ..

Prod. Code 540 00 015

$29.90

TTX - Rd# 56861- Rel. 10/22

Z SCALETTX - Rd# 56861Built in early 1992, this TTX 70’ well car with Roller Bearing trucks accepted containers up to 48’ in length in the bottom well position. Founded in 1955 as “Trailer-Train,” the company standardized TOFC practices and fostered the growth of rail transportation. The Trailer-Train brand was retired in 1991 as the company rebranded simply as “TTX.”          MSRP $29.90pre-ordered June 2021      ..

Prod. Code 540 00 016

$29.90

Union Pacific Rd#193027 Rel. 06/22

Z Scale Union Pacific Railroad Rd#193027 These 40’ box cars with Bettendorf trucks were built in 1942 for Union Pacific. The company was founded in 1862 and was part of the first Transcontinental Railroad in the United States. It continues to operate today as one of the largest Class 1 railroads in North America with over 32,000 miles of track. MSRP $27.45pre-ordered in December 2021 ..

Prod. Code 500 00 086

$27.95

Union Pacific Rd#193254 Rel. 06/22

Z Scale Union Pacific Railroad Rd#193254 These 40’ box cars with Bettendorf trucks were built in 1942 for Union Pacific. The company was founded in 1862 and was part of the first Transcontinental Railroad in the United States. It continues to operate today as one of the largest Class 1 railroads in North America with over 32,000 miles of track. pre-ordered in December 2021 ..

Prod. Code 500 00 087

$27.95

Western Pacific - rd. #3006 - rel. 1/18

Z Scale Western Pacific - rd. #3006 These 50’ standard box cars with double doors are brown with aluminum lettering and run on Bettendorf trucks. They were built in 1954, and belonged to series 3001-3010, and were equipped with Evans DF belt rails and Crossmember Type Loaders and were used for general service...

Prod. Code 506 00 232

$27.40

Western Pacific Rd#19536 Rel. 07/22

Z Scale Western Pacific Rd#19536 This 40’ Southern Railway car with Bettendorf trucks was built in the 1940s and this paint scheme ran in the 60s and 70s. Southern Railway was a Class 1 railroad that operated over 6,000 miles of track across the southern United States from 1894-1982.MSRP $27.45pre-ordered in December 2021 ..

Prod. Code 500 00 116

$27.95

Western Pacific Rd#19539 Rel. 07/22

Z Scale Western Pacific Rd#19539 Western Pacific was a Class 1 Railroad formed in 1903 in order to offer another rail option to the established Utah routes of the Southern Pacific. WP was acquired in 1982 by Union Pacific Railroad. This Western Pacific 40’ box car with Bettendorf trucks was part of series 19500-19599. MSRP $27.45pre-ordered in December 2021 ..

Prod. Code 500 00 117

$27.95

Z Chesapeake & Ohio Rd# 7783 - Rel. 9/18

Z Chesapeake & Ohio Rd# 7783These 40’ standard box car with plug doors are black with aluminum roof and yellow sides and run on Bettendorf trucks. It was built in 1959, as part of series 7750-7824, by C&O’s Raceland Car Shops in Raceland, KY. Rated at 50 tons, with a 3431 Cu. Ft. capacity, these cars were equipped with Pullman-Standard compartmentizers and were insulated...

Prod. Code 502 00 441

$29.80

2019 Micro-Mouse Z Non- Lit - rel. 10/19

Z Scale 2019 Micro-Mouse N Non- Lit    This 50’ standard box car with plug door is red with Bettendorf trucks. Micro-Mouse poses for a ‘selfie’ shot, and the family has succumb to the modern influence of technology as they enjoy ‘time together’ on the couch.   #micromouse2019..

Prod. Code 507 00 670

$27.95