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PSC Newsletter 2016-Feb

02/17/2016

The first newsletter for 2016 is here from Precision Scale.  They have trimmed back their long term project listings. The following are expected for delivery in the first half of this year:

PSC has also added the following new project announcements:

 

Milw Road Boxcabs Update 2016-Jan

01/25/2016

Precision Scale has provided several photos of pilot models for the Milwaukee Road - Boxcab Project.  There are quite a few variations available, including single units for you to assemble a unique consist of your choosing.  We are looking for delivery in the second quarter of this year, so get your final requests in soon!

 

North Bank Line 2016-Jan Update

01/03/2016

North Bank Line is working on the GN and Spokane, Portland and Seattle O-1 Mikados with delivery now expected early in 2016. The bigger news is the cancellation of the projects listed below. NBL is working on new prototypes for potential production.  The CB&Q / GN / NP 2-6-6-2 engines are still in process with delivery pushed out to 2017. Canceled listings:

 

 

GN / SP&S O-1 2-8-2s from NBL

09/12/2015

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.

 

Precision Scale Update - 2015 Summer

07/22/2015

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:

 

 

WSLC Shays in O Scale from PSC

07/06/2015

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.

 

SP Alco PA-1/2 Diesels Announcement from UTI

04/11/2015

Union Terminal sent us a new project announcement, as follows (4/13 please note that there are road numbers now assigned and a couple of adjustments (add/delete) to the listings): 

 

We are happy to announce a new project, Southern Pacific ALCO PAs. We know there are many PA fans out there and we count ourselves among them. Key and Overland have both done a couple runs of various SP PA models over the years. All are very hard to come by especially in red and grey with all the late life accessories and modifications. We are doing nine SP versions with multiple road numbers of each version. Each will come fully factory finished with lighting and DCC / Sound ready. We will only build to preorder quantities so please get your order in asap... ... We will add some photos to the web site as soon as we have permission to use them.

 

Coach Yard Schedule for 2015

02/10/2015

The Coach Yard has finalized plans with their builder and have set the following schedule for 2015:

 

 

SP / UP Early Articulateds - Update

12/29/2014

The Coach Yard has been working on a set of early articulated engines for N&W, SP and UP.  We recently received a pricing update and have changed our records accordingly.  These models will be an exceptionally good value and early reservations are starting to fill.   With the continuing improvements in the production process, these should be a step up over the models from W&R.  Make sure you let us know what you would like before it is too late.

 

T&P Hudsons

11/11/2014

Precision Scale has provided some production sample images of the Frisco semi-streamlined Hudson engines.   These 4-6-4 models will be arriving soon, with several versions still available.  These are unique examples of the approach railroads were taking to update their image, a 1930s attempt to present a more stylish and sophisticated approach to the traveling needs of their customers.