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Part #: 187-5371
EMD SD40-2 DCC/Sound Norfolk Southern #6159
Part #: 187-6107
EMD SD40-2 DCC/Sound Norfolk Southern #6107
Part #: 187-5369
EMD SD40-2 DCC/Sound CSX #8113
Part #: 187-5368
EMD SD40-2 DCC/Sound CSX #8043 YN3
Part #: 187-5367
EMD SD40-2 DCC/Sound Canadian National/GTW #5937
Part #: 187-5366
EMD SD40-2 DCC/Sound Canadian National/IC #6106
Part #: CEN-COLORADOSBESTGHOST
Colorado's Best Ghost Towns. This four-color 8 x 10 book is designed to show through photographs what the best 105 ghost towns in Colorado look like. The photographs are complimented by a brief history of each abandoned town. A rating system was used to determine which towns to include. A GPS location is given for each site along with maps of each major area covered in the book.
Part #: 785-1174
Modeling Sheets - 16 x 18" 40.6 x 45.7cm -- 1/16" .16cm Thick pkg(8)
Part #: 187-5365
EMD SD40-2 DCC/Sound Canadian Pacific #6608
Part #: 785-1163
Culverts pkg(2) (Unpainted Hydrocal(R) Castings) -- Masonry
Part #: 187-5364
EMD SD40-2 DCC/Sound Canadian Pacific #6604 Golden Beaver
Part #: 785-3593
Flowering Trees - Woodland Classics(TM) Ready Made Trees(TM) -- 2-3" 5.1-7.6cm pkg(4)
Part #: CEN-CORRMAP
Colorado Railroad Map. This map covers all known Colorado railroads and electric railways, both operating and abandoned. On the back of this map are smaller detailed maps taken from folders and timetables of some of the most famous railroads to have operated in Colorado including the Colorado Midland, Denver & Rio Grande, Colorado & Southern, Georgetown Loop. Ships folded. 36" x 24" un-folded.
Part #: 785-3501
Woodland Classic Trees(R) Ready Made - Sun Kissed -- 3/4 to 1-1/4" 1.9 to 3.2cm Tall pkg(8)
Part #: 187-5362
EMD SD40-2 DCC/Sound Burlington Northern #6811
Part #: 785-3561
Woodland Classic Trees(R) Ready Made - Standing Timber -- 4 to 6" 10.1 to 15.2cm Tall pkg(4)
Part #: 187-5363
EMD SD40-2 DCC/Sound Burlington Northern #6923
Part #: 785-3532
Woodland Classic Trees(R) Ready Made - Waters Edge -- 1-1/4 to 2" 3.7 to 5cm Tall pkg(5)
Part #: 187-5361
EMD SD40-2 DCC/Sound Santa Fe #5045
Part #: 785-3567
Woodland Classic Trees(R) Ready Made - Snow Dusted -- 2 to 3-1/2" 5.1 to 8.9cm Tall pkg(5)
Part #: 187-5360
EMD SD40-2 DCC/Sound Santa Fe #5049
Part #: 785-3511
Woodland Classic Trees(R) Ready Made - Cool Shade -- 4 to 5" 10.1 to 12.7cm Tall pkg(3)
Part #: 785-3597
Small Palm Trees - Woodland Classics(TM) Ready Made Trees(TM) -- 3 to 3-3/4" 7.6 to 9.5cm pkg(5)
Part #: 785-3541
Woodland Classic Trees(R) Ready Made - Harvest Blaze -- 3 to 5" 7.6 to 12.7cm Tall pkg(6)
Part #: 785-134
Underbrush Clump-Foliage - 18 Cu. In. 295 Cu cm. -- Olive Green
Part #: CEN-COLORAILANNUAL32
Colorado Rail Annual No. 32. Here are three unusual “Colorado Railroads Without Mountains.” The 15-mile San Luis Central has faithfully served a rich agricultural district in the San Luis Valley for over a century, owning only three locomotives during its lifetime. Having outlived many more famous lines, its full history is presented here for the first time by John Gruber. Union Pacific’s Greeley branch tapped a rich sugar beet growing area, and its fortunes rose and fell along with the once important Colorado sugar industry. Historian Kenton Forrest gives a complete account of the railroad line and the area it served for many years. The Arkansas Valley Railway is famous for being the first Colorado railroad abandonment. Author Robert W. McLeod provides a detailed history of the important role it played at the dawn of the railroad era in the West. Hardbound, 8.5″ x 11″, 216 pages.
Part #: 785-1610
Sycamore Tree - Ready Made Premium Trees(TM) -- 4-1/4" 11.4cm
Part #: CEN-COLORADOCENTRALRAILROAD
Colorado Central Railroad - Golden, Central City, Georgetown. Colorado Central Railroad: Golden, Central City, Georgetown - A pictorial presentation of one of Colorado's first railroads to penetrate the scenic foothills, following Clear Creek from Golden to reach gold & silver mining camps beginning in 1871. Newspaper accounts are quoted as track reached Black Hawk, Central city, Idaho Springs, Georgetown and Silver Plume. Hard Cover.
Part #: 785-1616
Ready Made Premium Trees(TM) - Deciduous -- Dead Maple - 4" 10.2cm
Part #: CEN-CLASSICRAILROADSIGNALS
Classic Railroad Signals -- Hardcover, 160 Pages. Explore the history, quirks, and stories behind signals with gorgeous period and contemporary photography. Railroad signals are the link between the steam era and modern railroading. Designed for reliability and durability, signals can survive for decades. In fact, old semaphores installed during the early years of the twentieth century were still in service during the 1990s, protecting trains that were running with the latest modern diesels. Even searchlight-style signals that were the epitome of 1940s railroading continue to work today. Though standards were introduced in the early twentieth century, interpretation varied greatly among railroads, so even major railroads have individualized signals. Some, such as the Pennsylvania Railroad, were noted for their distinctive signaling hardware. Others lines became known for their peculiarities in practice. Classic Railroad Signals examines how different railroads developed specific hardware to serve their unique needs, in the process tracing the lineage of various types of hardware and highlighting how and where they were used. From nineteenth-century mechanical signals to disc signals, upper- and lower-quadrant semaphores, three-light electric signals, searchlight-style targets, positional lights, and color-position light hardware, author Brian Solomon covers nearly every conceivable piece of North American signaling hardware, even the virtually extinct wig wag that was once standard in California and Wisconsin. Gorgeous period and contemporary photography shows signals and trains from around North America. Classic Railroad Signals should be next to Railroad Signaling on every railroad fan's bookshelf.
Part #: 785-1540
Ready Made Realistic Trees(TM) - Deciduous - Fall Mix -- 1-1/4 to 3" 3.2 to 7.6cm pkg(9)
Part #: CEN-CINDERSSMOKE
Cinders & Smoke Book. A Mile by Mile Guide for the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad.
Part #: CEN-CHICAGOSTATIONS
Chicago Stations & Trains Photo Archive. No other American city had such a fascinating group of railroad passenger stations as Chicago. This book highlights Chicago's six major railroad stations and the trains that served them. Included are Dearborn Station, Grand Central Station, Central Station, La Salle Street Station, North Western Station, and Union Station. During the heyday of passenger trains, Chicago was the undisputed rail center of the United States and its railroad stations were the gates to everywhere. Chicago's railroad stations featured superb architecture with marble floors and staircases, while restaurants, newsstands and shops filled the concourse areas. Steel latticework beams helped support glass-domed roofs and public address systems echoed train information throughout the high-ceiling stations. Huge station clocks loomed above the brass and neon train bulletin boards that listed "On Time" trains. Beyond the boarding gates, the constant parade of trains sounded with clanging bells and rumbling steel wheels. Historic photographs feature name trains like Super Chief, Capitol Limited, 20th Century Limited, Broadway Limited, California Zephyr, Hiawatha, 400, and City of Denver. Included are maps, station drawings, timetables and promotional advertising.
Part #: CEN-CPPCT
Chicago Postwar Passenger and Commuter Trains. n 1948, Chicago was the gathering place of 22 railroads, seven belt and switching roads, eight industrial railroads and three electric lines. Track was everywhere as passenger trains and commuter trains crowded the approaches to the terminals near the Loop that is Chicago, undisputed railroad capital of the world. Chicago Passenger Trains & Commuter Trains captures the spirit and challenges of the post-World War II era, as streamlined passenger trains arrived and departed from Chicago’s six celebrated stations during the pinnacle years of intercity train service. Welcome aboard as we ride those grand trains of the 1950s and 1960s into their twilight years and transition into Amtrak’s “Rainbow era.” Vintage and color photography, terminal and commuter maps, train brochures, postcards and tickets are featured. Nice color and vintage scenes for modelers.
Part #: CEN-CNWPT400
Chicago & North Western Passenger Trains of the 400 Fleet. The Chicago & North Western was well-known for its Chicago-Twin Cities 400 passenger train. Encouraged by the success of the Twin Cities 400, the North Western established an entire fleet of regional streamliners that brought people from Madison, Milwaukee, Green Bay, Wisconsin's North Woods, Upper Michigan, and southern Minnesota into the big city of Chicago for a day of shopping or business. The yellow-and-green 400 Fleet had a loyal following of passengers not served by rivals Burlington Route and Milwaukee Road. "Ride the 400", "Speed, Luxury and Safety", "400 Miles in 400 Minutes" and "The Train that Set the Pace for the World" were successful advertising slogans for business and vacation travelers. Coverage includes the Twin Cities 400, Minnesota 400, Peninsula 400, Flambeau 400, Kate Shelley 400, and commuter streamliners.
Part #: CEN-CNWEUF
Chicago & North Western E Unit Finale Book. 80 pages, softcover, 90 color illustrations, 10x8". "For 14 years, a small fleet of Chicago & North Western E8 series of passenger locomotives served on the Chicago area commuter rail system now known as Metra. The author, who earlier wrote "The 400 Club", has extensively researched how C&NW's last E units were acquired by Metra and decorated in its image. Details are provided on the Es in regular Metra service, plus how some were temporarily assigned to East Coast commuter runs, railfan excursions and as lead units on Amtrak detours. Mechanical details and disposition of the fleet are also covered. The surviving E units are now owned by Union Pacific, several Midwest regionals and museums. Come learn the story of their Chicago commuter years."
Part #: CEN-CHICAGORAILROADCAPITAL
Chicago America's Railroad Capitol: The Illustrated History 1836 to Today --The first illustrated history of the people, machines, facilities, and operations that made Chicago the hub around which an entire continent's rail industry still revolves. In the mid-nineteenth century, Chicago's central location in the expanding nation helped establish it as the capital of the still-new North American railroad industry. As the United States expanded westward, new railroads and rail-related companies like Pullman established their headquarters in the Windy City, while eastern railroads found their natural western terminals there. Historically, railroads that tried to avoid Chicago failed. While the railroad industry has undergone dramatic changes over the course of its existence, little has changed regarding Chicago's status as the nation's railroad hub. In Chicago: America's Railroad Capital, longtime, prolific railroading author and photographer Brian Solomon - joined by a cast of respected rail journalists - examines this sprawling legacy of nearly 180 years, not only showing how the railroad has spurred the city's growth, but also highlighting the city's railroad workers throughout history, key players in the city and the industry, and Chicago's great interurban lines, fabulous passenger terminals, vast freight-processing facilities, and complex modern operations. Illustrated with historical and modern photography and specially commissioned maps, Chicago: America's Railroad Capital also helps readers understand how Chicago has operated - and continues to operate - as the center of a nationwide industry that is an essential cog in the country's commerce.
Part #: CEN-CHESAPEAKOHIO
Chesapeake & Ohio (Virginia Central) In The Civil War. Compendium of material dealing wit the experience of the Virginia Central Railroad (later C&O) during the War Between the States. Included are: Articles by Prof. Charles W. Turner dealing with the broad issues of Confederate railroading and how Va. Central fit into that picture. The second section is a series of letters about railroading during the war by a firmer Virginia Central conductor. His exploits include moving troops and other exciting first-hand adventures. Chapter three deals with the Va. Central lines west of Staunton. This originally appeared as an article in the C&O Historical Magazine. The fourth section gives details about the motive power and rolling stock of the Va. Central during he war years, and statistical background on its operations taken from annual reports. Although illustrations showing Va. Central operations during the war are scarce in the extreme, maps and diagrams are used where possible along with photos of equipment used during the war taken in later years as well as material on typical railroad equipment of the era. No.17 in the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway History Series. NEW BOOK. 2017. C&OHS Softback. 96pp.