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Latest Additions

Fairbanks-Morse C-Liners - First Run

10/25/2014

After several years of delays, and a change in builders, Division Point has produced the first part of the F-M C Liner diesels.  This first batch includes models for NH, Milw and PRR.    The second batch is probably another 3 to 6 months away.  This grouping will cover CN, CP, Demos, LIRR and NYC.

 

LV Streamlined Pacifics

09/23/2014

Now in stock from Precision Scale are the Lehigh Valley streamlined 4-6-2 Pacifics for the John Wilkes and Black Diamond trains.  These engines epitomize the flash and style of the stream styled era.

 

NYC / P&LE H-10 2-8-2s

05/15/2014

Needing improved performance from their H-7 class Mikados, New York Central and Lima, in 1922, created the H-10 class engines.  A larger firebox grate, a feedwater heater, larger cylinders, lightweight rods, and a booster created an engine that could both out-pull and out-run the H-7.  Division Point has used the latest in production techniques to produce its own version of superior H-10 2-8-2s.

 

SP 'Sad Sam' Mail train - Baggage cars

05/15/2014

Southern Pacific ran a mail train on its coast route that was affectionately referred to as 'Sad Sam'.  The Coach Yard has delivered a variety of baggage cars and sets for this train and other mail and express service.  The sets have sold out, but we still have a variety of the baggage cars in stock.

 

Baldwin 2-6-6-2T Logging Engines

03/19/2014

Now in from Precision Scale are the Baldwin 2-6-6-2T steam engines.  Strong demand drove a quick development cycle and the high interest has shown in the quick sales of these models. Beautifully done, these models cover their lives from the Weyerhauser era through Rayonier and handful of other colorful enterprises.  Each model shows the unique details for its owner, along with paint and lettering changes.  For those who are undecided, we still have one unit which is fully painted and not finished - but with a set of decals to produce most of the schemes - you get to choose!

 

Alco RS-2 / RS-3

03/19/2014

Alco RS-2 / RS-3 engines have been delivered by Division Point.   ATM did a terrific job on these models.  With some help from the Alco afficianados out there, these pieces have brought a new fidelity to prototype and beautiful engineering,  Some of the nuances incorporated into these models include:

  1. The ONLY accurate RS-2 cab windows ever done. (the RS-2 and RS-3 windows are different!);
  2. The first correct cab walkway overhang for the cab sides (3” either side);
  3. Correct front and aft hood width;
  4. Correct walkway and step configuration;
  5. Complete “front porch” hand rail and MU detail for each prototype;
  6. Correct fuel tanks…and filler caps (as a casting);
  7. Exceptional paint scheme design and implementation.
 

SP 1930s-1940s Sunset Limited

01/25/2014

Fans of heavyweight trains have a new star.  The Coach Yard has SP Sunset Limited trains arriving.  There are 2 versions for 1939-1947(Southern Pacific Lines) and 1948 on (Southern Pacific), along with a variety of individual cars.

 

W&R Pullmans - Final Project

01/25/2014

After 2 decades of the finest work, W&R Enterprises has delivered their last project.  The second phase of the heavyweight cars for NP and Pullman are now in stock.  These will help you fill in the missing pieces for your Northwest region trains, along with these baggage, postal and coach cars from the first section.

 

Alco RS units - 1st Run

01/20/2014

The pickup has been received from Division Point for the Alco RS series engines.  This large project will be produced in phases.  The first set of engines will be arriving quite soon.  Plans are for the remaining engines to be done 6 to 12 months from now.

 

Frisco Firefly Passenger cars

12/06/2013

Precision Scale has produced some very unique models of late and have now delivered the Frisco Firefly passenger cars.  These are a companion match to the streamlined Firefly 4-6-2 steam engines delivered in early 2013.