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Latest Additions

We have obtained some additional EMD NW-3 Diesels (GN, Anaconda, Clinchfield) from Division Point and are offering a winter special discount - save 15% before the robins arrive this spring!


Update 4/7: The additional / last cars available for the project have been received - please check the listing for availability.

The Coach Yard has delivered their early SAL Silver Meteor project.  This includes 6 and 7 car trains sets and individual cars for SAL, SCL and RF&P.  We have one car left from our initial order, but there are still pieces available from Coach Yard.


Delivery from North Bank Line of the #2 Business car project should be any day now.  Versions have been produced for D&RGW, EP&SW, GN, SP, WP;   The pullman green D&RGW cars will be undergoing some rework and will be delayed until the end of February.   Please check the listings for availability.


What's New

North Bank Line notes for January:

  • Vinegar cars will be along very quickly and will most likely be in our hands by the middle of February.;
  • Work is starting on the Cabooses for WP, SN, TS.  Delivery is likely over the summer, probably late summer - a few firm reservations are still available;
  • The #3 Business car project for: CB&Q, CN, CRI&P, DM&IR, IC, ICG, MRL, N&W, WP;  Data hs been provided to the builder.   We should have an idea on pricing from this soon.  Once that is in place, deposits will be called to confirm reservations.
  • Resevations are progressing on the 2-6-6-2 steam engine project - engines for CB&Q, GN, NP and the singular 'Old Maude' 0-6-6-0 for B&O;

The Coach Yard has released an announcement for the production of OCS Business cars for CSX.  These will represent current cars in the modern CSX fleet which have been named in honor of former CEOs, Presidents and Chairmen of the line.


Alco Century 855 engines in production from  Division Point!
Announcing the development and production of a new project from Division Point - The Union Pacific Alco C855 engines.   The original prototype consisted of 3 units (2 A units with cabs and 1 B unit without a cab).  As such, the models will be available in 3 different model packages (total run will be 100 individual units):
Engines will be DC operation out of the box, but will Include a “Decoder Buddy” Light/DCC Board and be setup for plug and play DCC decoder install - there will be a mounting pad for speaker(s).   There will also be 'extra' lighting features built in beyond the basic headlight / rear light, including class lights, number board lights, a cab light and possibly some step lighting.
Suggested retail is planned for $2,995 per unit - assuming that there are no major changes from this point forward.   This should fit well with the recent big model projects that have been produced recently, such as the UP steam turbines and the UP Coal Turbine.
Non-refundable deposits will be required as we move into production - probably in early spring.  The builders are moving along.  Delivery is currently expected at the end of summer.  Please feel free to ask any questions that may come to mind.



Collection - 2024-April

For April - diesels, steam and a nice set of passenger cars - including some O scale pieces.   Great variety this month with pieces for AT&SF, B&O, CN, C&NW, CB&Q, CRI&P, BNSF...


Collection - 2024-March

Update 3/26 - A few additions for the end of the month.   Added several exquisite steam engines and a very nice set of NP passengers are from W&R.   Starting with items for DM&IR, CB&Q, SP, UP...


Collection - 2024-February

Update 2/9:  Added a new collection of 25+ pieces - steam, diesels, business cars, cabooses for CB&Q, CGW, GN, Milw, NP, SP...



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