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Congress enacted the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 and we must now note that these ARE NOT TOYS, AND ARE NOT INTENDED FOR USE BY CHILDREN UNDER AGE OF 14. These products are Model Railroad Equipment and Accessories intended for use by adults.
50' Rib Side Plug Door Box Car, No Roofwalk
Prototypical Features:
• Accurate printing and paint schemes you have
    come to expect from Micro-Trains®
• Cast Zinc underframe for detail and durability
• Fine Details
• Truck Mounted Couplers
• Magne-Matic Knuckle Couplers
• Detailed brake wheel applied separately
• Nicely Weighted
• Jewel Case
Pennsylvania
#511 00 010   PRR
  • Released December 2006

      $20.35 retail ea.
#511 00 010

#112015
Includes:
  • Micro Trains Line Trucks
  • MTL Truck Mounted Couplers
ATSF
#511 00 021   ATSF
  • Released January 2007

      $24.35 retail ea.
#511 00 021

#152317
#511 00 022

#152321
Includes:
  • Micro Trains Line Trucks
  • MTL Truck Mounted Couplers
SOO Line
#511 00 031   SOO Line
  • Released January 2007

      $29.35 retail ea.
#511 00 031

#18448
#511 00 032

#18512
Includes:
  • Micro Trains Line Trucks
  • MTL Truck Mounted Couplers
Norfolk Southern
#511 00 040   NS
  • Released April 2007

      $20.35 retail ea.
#511 00 040

#-
Includes:
  • Micro Trains Line Trucks
  • MTL Truck Mounted Couplers
Great Northern
#MTL-511 00 050   Great Northern
  • Released May 2007
  $23.75 retail ea.
#511 00 050

#GN 138706
Includes:
  • Micro Trains Line Trucks
  • MTL Truck Mounted Couplers
Central Vermont
#511 00 061   CV
  • Released February 2008

      $28.15 retail ea.
#511 00 061

#CV 50096
#511 00 062

#CV 50098
Sporting green “CV” logos, green/white lettering, on black roller bearing trucks. Built by Berwick Forge & Fabricating in '74 (two of 200 built for CV). Most of the series was painted standard boxcar red w/ white lettering; the final five cars of the series 50095-50099 were painted with white sides, black ends and green lettering. This paint scheme may have marked these cars for newsprint service, a common load for cars in service to the CV at this time.
Kansas City Southern
#511 00 071   KCS
  • Released November 2008

      $28.15 retail ea.
#511 00 071

#KCS 117307
#511 00 072

#KCS 117313
Painted box car red w/ white lettering; built in 1977 by American Car & Foundry on Roller Bearing trucks. The KCS was incorporated 1887, and began operating 1890. The road extended westward across the Kaw River into Argentine, KS, up the bluffs into the wholesale and industrial districts of Kansas City, and eastward to Independence, MO. Today, the KCS Railway is an international railway providing seamless rail services for North American shippers.
Southern
#511 00 081   Southern
  • Released January 2010

      $25.80 retail ea.
#511 00 081

#18044
#511 00 082

#18384
Brown w/ aluminum doors, built 1965, by PS in Bessemer, AL; white ‘Southern’ heralds w/ white lettering. Equipped w/ Pullman’s Hydroframe-60 cushioning and Roller Bearing trucks. Southern Railway is the product of nearly 150 predecessor lines that were combined, reorganized and recombined since the 1830s. Southern and its predecessors were responsible for many firsts in the industry, earning the company its catch phrase, “The Railway System that Gives a Green Light to Innovations.”
Wisconsin Central
#MTL-511 00 091   Wisconsin Central
  • Released June 2010
  $24.80 retail ea.
#511 00 091

#WC 27102
#511 00 092

#WC 27114
Brown w/ yellow herald & reflectors, white lettering; built '67, serviced in '87 w/ Roller Bearing trucks. The original Wisconsin Central was established 1871. It later became a component of SOO Line in '61. In 1987, the lines were sold to a company who re-used the WC name and logo. The new WC became one of the most successful regional railroads in the country. The WC line was upgraded to accommodate CN traffic which proved so successful that in 2001 the CN purchased the WC and assumed total control of the operations.
Canadian National
#511 00 110   CN
  • Released October 2010

      $22.20 retail ea.
#511 00 110

#CNIS 413028
Includes:
  • Micro Trains Line Trucks
  • MTL Truck Mounted Couplers
Burlington Northern
#511 00 121   BN
  • Released March 2011

      $23.80 retail ea.
#511 00 121

#321625
#511 00 122

#321632
Includes:
  • Micro Trains Line Trucks
  • MTL Truck Mounted Couplers
Grand Trunk Western
#MTL-511 00 130   GTW
  • Released June 2012
  $27.05 retail ea.
#511 00 130

#GTW 598093
This 50’ rib side box car with plug doors is painted GTW Burdakin blue with aluminum roof and bears white lettering. It runs on black Barber Roller Bearing trucks. It was built in November of 1979 by the National Steel Car Company, in Hamilton, Canada. The GTW, a leading carrier of finished automobiles, links Detroit with Chicago. A 1980 merger with the Detroit, Toledo & Ironton RR gave the GTW a route from Detroit to Cincinnati, as well.
SOO Line
#MTL-511 00 150   SOO Line
  • Released September 2012
  $22.95 retail ea.
#511 00 150

#SOO 71490
This 50’ rib side box car with plug door is painted brown with white herald and lettering. It was built in March 1968 and runs on Roller Bearing trucks. This box car was numbered into series #17100-17498 using even numbers only. It’s classified ‘XL’ which is loader equipped with steel perforated sidewalls or interior side rails for securement of certain types of lading and/or permanently attached moveable bulkheads.
Union Pacific
#MTL-511 00 161   Union Pacific
  • Released November 2012
  $29.25 retail ea.
#511 00 161

#UP 491055
#511 00 162

#UP 491059
This 50’ rib side box car is part of series 491050-491149, in its class B1-10-11. It was built in June 1971, at the Omaha, NE freight car shop. It is aluminum with sides painted reefer yellow. This car has no slogan applied to the side. UP began using the “We Can Handle It” slogan in 1972.
Burlington Northern Santa Fe
#MTL-511 00 190   BNSF
  • Released June 2013
  $26.15 retail ea.
#511 00 190

#712981
Painted red with white lettering and yellow reflectors. It was built in June 1976 as part of series 712961-713095 and runs on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway is the second-largest freight railroad network in North America, second to the Union Pacific. It is one of seven North American Class I Railroads and has three transcontinental routes that provide, true to its ‘Speed Logo’, high-speed links between the Western and Eastern United States.
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe
#MTL-511 00 210   AT&SF
  • Released June 2014
  $31.30 retail ea.
#511 00 210

#ATSF 56227
Built August 1979 as a class BX 195. When a fleet of 151 of these cars were reweighed and painted, only 56227 received this ‘Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde’ appearance. With black roof and ends, the right side wears the correct box car red color. The other red paint was incorrectly added to the side left of the door; The red paint shade is only for cars equipped with ‘Shock Control.’ The large white rectangle with the ‘XF FOOD LOADING ONLY’ designation means that this car was assigned to food service.
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe
#MTL-511 00 221   AT&SF
  • Released December 2014
  $29.90 retail ea.
#511 00 221

#ATSF 151923
#511 00 222

#ATSF 151951
Built in 1977 by FMC Portland, Oregon as part of series 151900-152099, these 50’ rib side box cars without roofwalk have shock control, nailable steel floor and lading anchors. They bear the white Santa Fe Circle/Cross logo with Yellow “Super Shock Control” and white lettering.
Denver & Rio Grande Western
#MTL-511 00 241   D&RGW
  • Released June 2015
  $31.80 retail ea.
#511 00 241

#DRGW 61525
#511 00 242

#DRGW 61533
These 50’ rib side box cars with single plug door are painted orange with black lettering. PC&F delivered a second group of flat-roof fifty-one-footers in February, 1972 as series 61500-61749 which were equpped with bulkheads and side fillers.
SOO Line
#MTL-511 00 251   SOO Line
  • Released November 2015
  $27.80 retail ea.
#511 00 251

#SOO 19180
#511 00 252

#SOO 19252
These 50’ rib side box cars with plug doors and no roofwalk are painted white with red lettering and red door and run on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Built in 1977 as port of series 19172-19271, the 100 cars in this series were the first 7-post boxcars to be built with 100 ton capacity, primarily for the paper trade.
Ontario Northland
#MTL-511 00 261   Ontario Northland
  • Released February 2016
  $29.95 retail ea.
#511 00 261

#ONT 7412
#511 00 262

#ONT 7425
These 50’ rib side box cars with plug door and no roofwalk are blue with yellow ends and aluminum roofs. Built in 1990 by National Steel Car Company in Hamilton Ontario as part of series 7400-7449, their main freight commodities are lumber and mining products.
Pennsylvania
#14207-2   Pennsylvania
  • Released TBD

      $XX.xx retail ea.
#14207-2

#92467
Includes:
  • Micro Trains Line Trucks
  • MTL Body Mounted Couplers
Burlington Northern
#14212-2   Burlington Northern
  • Released TBD

      $XX.xx retail ea.
#14212-2

#376234
Includes:
  • Micro Trains Line Trucks
  • MTL Body Mounted Couplers
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