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Congress enacted the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 and we must now note that these ARE NOT TOYS, AND ARE NOT INTENDED FOR USE BY CHILDREN UNDER AGE OF 14. These products are Model Railroad Equipment and Accessories intended for use by adults.
Nn3 30' Box Car
Prototypical Features:
• Accurate printing and paint schemes you have
    come to expect from Micro-Trains®
• Cast Zinc underframe for detail and durability
• Fine Details
• Truck Mounted Couplers
• Magne-Matic Knuckle Couplers
• Detailed brake wheel applied separately
• Nicely Weighted
• Jewel Case
Nn3 Weathered 30' Box Cars
#MTL-800 44 010   D&RGW
  • Weathered Nn3 30' Single Door Box Car
  • Released February 2015
  $23.70 retail ea.
• Released February 2015
• Denver & Rio Grande Western
• Nn3 30' Single Door Box Car
• Weathered
#MTL-800 44 020   Southern Pacific Coast
  • Weathered Nn3 30' Single Door Box Car
  • Released February 2015
  $23.70 retail ea.
• Released February 2015
• SPC
• Nn3 30' Single Door Box Car
• Weathered
#MTL-800 44 060   C&S
  • Weathered Nn3 30' Single Door Box Car
  • Released February 2015
  $23.70 retail ea.
• Released February 2015
• Colorado & Southern
• Nn3 30' Single Door Box Car
• Weathered
Nn3 30' Box Cars
#800 00 000   Undecorated
  • Actual color may vary from photo
      $10.60 retail ea.
Includes:
  • Brake Wheel
  • Micro Trains Line Trucks
  • MTL Truck Mounted Couplers
#800 00 030   Oahu Railway & Land Co.
  • Released April 2007
      $14.65 retail ea. • $13.19
Road #326
Includes:
  • Brake Wheel
  • Micro Trains Line Trucks
  • MTL Truck Mounted Couplers
#800 00 050   Durango & Silverton
  • Road #3401 Released 2005
  • Road #3409 Released February 2009
      $18.40 retail ea. • $14.72
#D&SNG 3401

$11.88
#D&SNG 3409

$14.72
This 30’ box car with single door is painted box car red with white lettering. It runs on Barber Coleman Arch Bar trucks. The Denver & Rio Grande Railroad established the Silverton Branch in 1881 which became the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad company in 1882 when purchased by William Jackson Palmer. It has been in continuous service since and is today a registered national historic and civil engineering landmark, hauling passengers and freight through the remote wilderness areas between Durango and Silverton, CO.
#800 00 070   East Broad Top
  • Released April 2010
      $16.80 retail ea. • $13.44
Road #161
Painted freight car red w/ white shield logo with “East Broad Top” lettering on brown Barber Coleman Arch Bar trucks. This car was a true transition car, being the experimental evolution from all wood to all steel construction. This particular car is a wooden structure with a steel underframe, previously a truss rod underframe. The letters ‘ORB’ located near the capacity weight stand for Orbisonia, PA. Their shops were also located there. The East Broad Top Herald displayed on this car was introduced in the 1940s.
#800 00 080   Colorado & Northwestern
  • Released April 2008
      $19.70 retail ea.
Road #1024
Includes:
  • Brake Wheel
  • Micro Trains Line Trucks
  • MTL Truck Mounted Couplers
#800 00 150   SR&RL
  • Released October 2007
      $14.65 retail ea. • $11.72
Road #74
Includes:
  • Sandy River & Rangeley Lake
  • Brake Wheel
  • Micro Trains Line Trucks
  • MTL Truck Mounted Couplers
#800 00 180   Southern Pacific Coast
  • Road #360 Released August 2012
  • Road #368 Released Pre-2012
      $20.85 retail ea. • $16.68
#SPC 360

$16.68
#SPC 368

$14.63
This 30’ box car with single door is painted light box car red and features the large white South Pacific Coast circle logo. Originally built for the Oregonian Railroad, this car was typical of the standard 10-ton Carter Brothers narrow gauge box car built at their facility in Newark, California located along the South Pacific Coast line. Sometime after 1888 when S.P. purchased South Pacific Coast, the logo was changed to read “Southern Pacific Company”.
#800 00 190   Southern Pacific
  • Released August 2009
      $18.40 retail ea. • $14.72
Road #132
This 30’ box car with sliding doors is painted box car red with white logo and lettering. It was built during the period 1888-1906, serviced in 1957 and runs on Barber Coleman Arch Bar trucks. SP 132 was originally built for the Oregonian Railroad in the 1880s. The Oregonian Railroad was acquired by the Southern Pacific® and the car eventually received this paint post-1930. Today, the car runs with the ‘Slim Princess’ at the Laws Railroad Museum & Historical Site located near Bishop, CA.
#800 00 200   Carson & Colorado
  • Released December 2009
      $18.40 retail ea. • $14.72
Road #7
Painted freight car red w/ white herald and lettering; built sometime in the 1880s on Barber Coleman Arch Bar trucks. The Carson & Colorado Railway was a narrow gauge railroad that ran from Mound House, NV, to Keeler, CA. It was incorporated on May 10, 1880 as the Carson & Colorado Railroad with construction on the railroad beginning on May 31, 1880. The line was reorganized as the Carson & Colorado Railway in 1892 to reduce accumulated debt. Today, the car runs with the ‘Slim Princess’ at the Laws Railroad Museum & Historical Site, located near Bishop, CA.
#800 00 210   IR&N Co.
  • Released August 2010
      $18.40 retail ea. • $14.72
Road #212
Painted brown w/ white lettering; built in the late 1800s on Diamond Arch Bar trucks. The Ilwaco Railway and Navigation Company transported goods including cranberries and lumber, and passengers up and down the somewhat isolated Long Beach Peninsula from the bar of the Columbia River up the Long Beach Peninsula to Nahcotta, Washington, on Willapa Bay for over 40 years. Most passengers began their trip in Portland, Oregon taking the large paddleboats and, later, ferries across the Columbia river to the transfer point of the railroad. The railroad had a number of nicknames, including the “Clamshell Railroad.”
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