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Latest Additions

The beauty of the heavyweight era is well represented in the 1946 Grand Canyon train, recently delivered by The Coach Yard.  This Santa Fe train set can be yours, along with a variety of individual cars in the project.


With the soft economy and the warmth of summer, new project delivery has been slow.   One project that did get delivered is a follow on to work done last year.  Division Point has provided the second batch of C Liner diesel sets.  This grouping of Fairbanks-Morse engines include units for CN, CP, LIRR, NH and NYC.


The second project soon to arrive from Precision Scale is a set of 4-6-4 steam engines for Frisco.  To keep up with the marketing of the era, Frisco applied additional skirting and color to these engines.  This 'stream-syling' was a method of bringing attention back to the railroad and increase market opportunities.  NOTE: Most of the versions are listed as sold out, but there still may be an opportunity to pick up a standby request.


What's New

North Bank Line has sent out a newsletter headlined September 2015.   They are starting production on the O-1 Mikado steam engines for Great Northern and Spokane, Portland and Seattle. The project has both standard (black boiler) and Glacier Park scheme paintwork.  While the engines are all fully reserved at North Bank, we do have several extra engines on order.  There are also some extra auxiliary water tenders being produced, which also still available to reserve.


The summer 2015 newsletter is out from Precision Scale.  Here are the expected deliveries for the remainder of this year:

The following are new project announcements.  If you would like to keep track of these or setup a reservation request, please let us know:



Precision Scale has provided a flyer with photos of the unpainted West Side Lumber Company Shays in O scale.  They are projecting delivery later this summer or Autumn.  They will only have painted units in the final delivery.  These are close, so contact us soon to get yours.



BPL was offered a small set of N scale steam engines.  These Southern Pacific and Union Pacific 2-8-0s are in...


A little horse trading has brought into our inventory some unused models from very recent productions:


For those who model north of the border, here is a small set of cabooses.  Most are recent Overland pieces with little to no run time.



Here is another view of steam locomotive construction.  From the youtube website listing: Power to Order - Engineering and manufacturing steam locomotives at the Doncaster works in Britain in 1940s. With LMS 8F 2-8-0 Freight Locomotive seen and used in WW2. Foundry forging in action. It...
Inside of New York City's Grand Central Terminal is a secret basement.  While virtually unknown, it serves an important and vital function.    
Part of the fun in models is understanding the construction.  This also applies to the real world.  It is fascinating and a good lesson to see how the prototype rail industry controls and builds its environment.  Here is an example of trackwork in the urban environment of San...