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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.
39’ Single Dome Tank Cars
Prototypical Features:
• Accurate printing and paint schemes you have
    come to expect from Micro-Trains®
• Dome Tank Car
• Fine Details
• Truck Mounted Couplers
• Magne-Matic Knuckle Couplers
• Detailed brake wheel applied separately
• Nicely Weighted
• Jewel Case
General American Tank Car Co.
#MTL-530 00 041   GATX
  • Released April 2008
  $18.10 retail ea.
#530 00 041

#530 00 042

Includes:
  • 39’ Single Dome Tank Car
  • Brake Wheel
  • Micro Trains Line Trucks
  • MTL Truck Mounted Couplers
Union Pacific
#MTL-530 00 050   Union Pacific
  • Released November 2006
  $18.10 retail ea.
#530 00 050

Includes:
  • 39’ Single Dome Tank Car
  • Brake Wheel
  • Micro Trains Line Trucks
  • MTL Truck Mounted Couplers
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy
#MTL-530 00 070   CB&Q
#530 00 070

Includes:
  • 39’ Single Dome Tank Car
  • Brake Wheel
  • Micro Trains Line Trucks
  • MTL Truck Mounted Couplers
Southern Pacific
#MTL-530 00 081   Southern Pacific
  • Released September 2013
  $22.90 retail ea.
#530 00 081

#SP 60166
#530 00 082

#SP 60190
Painted black with white herald and lettering; built in March 1942 by Great American Transportation Corporation (GATCO), serviced in July 1962, and run the Central Western District on Bettendorf trucks. Headquartered in San Francisco, CA, the Southern Pacific had over 11,000 miles of railway from Chicago, south to New Orleans, and west to San Francisco and Portland, OR. On August 9, 1988, the ICC approved the sale of the SP to Rio Grande Industries. The new system was named Southern Pacific Lines. SP & UP merged Sept. 11, 1996.
Milwaukee Road
#MTL-530 00 120   Milwaukee Road
#530 00 120

Includes:
  • 39’ Single Dome Tank Car
  • Brake Wheel
  • Micro Trains Line Trucks
  • MTL Truck Mounted Couplers
Montana Rail Link
#MTL-530 00 210   Montana Rail Link
#530 00 210

Includes:
  • 39’ Single Dome Tank Car
  • Brake Wheel
  • Micro Trains Line Trucks
  • MTL Truck Mounted Couplers
Delaware & Hudson
#MTL-530 00 221   Delaware & Hudson
  • Released March 2008
  $20.50 retail ea.
#530 00 221

#530 00 222

Includes:
  • 39’ Single Dome Tank Car
  • Brake Wheel
  • Micro Trains Line Trucks
  • MTL Truck Mounted Couplers
Pittsburgh & Lake Erie
#MTL-530 00 231   P&LE
  • Released November 2008
  $20.50 retail ea.
#530 00 231

#P&LE X103001
#530 00 232

#P&LE X103000
Theses 40’ tank cars are painted green with white lettering on the sides and ends. They were built in July 1928, serviced in September 1978, and run on Bettendorf trucks. Both PL&E X103001 and P&LE X103000 are nonrevenue tank cars used to transport diesel fuel to the McKees Rocks Yard in the borough of McKees Rocks outside Pittsburgh, PA. McKees Rocks was home to a yard, major locomotive rebuilding, and freight car repair and general maintenance.
Standard Oil Co.
#MTL-530 00 251   Standard Oil Co.
  • Released April 2009
  $21.80 retail ea.
#530 00 251

#530 00 252

Includes:
  • 39’ Single Dome Tank Car
  • Brake Wheel
  • Micro Trains Line Trucks
  • MTL Truck Mounted Couplers
Kopper's Co. Tankcar
#MTL-530 00 271   Kopper's Co.
  • Released August 2009
  $22.60 retail ea.
#530 00 271

#KPCX 2105
#530 00 272

#KPCX 2129
These 39’ single dome tank cars are painted black with red, black and white logo and white and orange lettering. They were built in November 1943, serviced in January 1952 and run on Bettendorf trucks. Kopper’s tank cars were used to haul coal tar, the base material for the five main chemical products: Coal pitch essential for steel and aluminum production; carbon black for rubber vulcanization; creosote for wood treatment; and naphthalene and phthalic anhydride for plastics and polyester.
U.S. Army
#MTL-530 00 281   U.S. Army
  • Released December 2009
  $20.20 retail ea.
#530 00 281

#530 00 282

Includes:
  • 39’ Single Dome Tank Car
  • Brake Wheel
  • Micro Trains Line Trucks
  • MTL Truck Mounted Couplers
Sunoco
#MTL-530 00 291   Sunoco
  • Released April 2010
  $24.20 retail ea.
#530 00 291

#530 00 292

Includes:
  • 39’ Single Dome Tank Car
  • Brake Wheel
  • Micro Trains Line Trucks
  • MTL Truck Mounted Couplers
Sun Oils Company
#MTL-530 00 310   Sun Oils Company
  • Released August 2011
  $21.75 retail ea. • $17.40
#530 00 310

#DR&URR 1950
This 39’ single dome tank car is painted black w/ white Sun Oils logo and white lettering. It was built by American Car & Foundry in Milton, PA; runs on Bettendorf trucks. It was leased to Sun Oil and used the Delaware River & Union Railroad reporting marks until the dissolution of that railroad in the 1930s. Sun Oil got its start on March 27, 1886, when Joseph Newton Pew and Edward O. Emerson, partners in The Peoples Natural Gas Company of Pittsburgh, PA, made a move to diversify their company. The co had acquired pipelines, leases, storage tanks and more to emerge as one of Ohio’s leading suppliers of crude oil.
Colorado Animal By-Products Mfg
#MTL-530 00 320   CTTX
  • Released October 2012
  $21.75 retail ea.
#530 00 320

#CTTX 8401

39’ Single Dome Tank Car
Colorado Animal By-Products Mfg (CTTX)
This 39’ single dome tank car is painted black with white herald and lettering. It was built in 1930 by the American Car & Foundry Company in Milton, PA, for the Canton Tank Car Company, then leased to the Colorado Animal By-Products Manufacturing Company of Denver, CO. It runs on Bettendorf trucks.
Canadian Pacific
#MTL-530 00 350   Canadian Pacific
  • Released May 2013
  $23.35 retail ea.
#530 00 350

#CP 389940
A 39’ single dome tank car, CP 389940 was used by Canadian Pacific to transport diesel oil throughout Canada. Built on June 20, 1912, this tanker was nearing the end of it’s 60 years of service by the time it was serviced in February, 1963. This car bears lettering and herald in white and runs on Bettendorf trucks. Capacity is shown in both Imperial and U.S. gallons for service in both Canada and the U.S.
Chicago Great Western
#MTL-530 00 360   CGW
  • Released May 2014
  $25.40 retail ea.
#530 00 360

#CGW 264
This Tank Car ran the midwest region on roller bearing trucks. The Chicago Great Western Railroad was a Class 1, nicknamed the “Corn Belt Route” because it linked many cities in the Midwest. Despite CGW doing reasonably well during the 1950s and 1960s the railroad merged with C&NW in July 1, 1968. Road#264 CGW in this series was the only one painted green, it was used for lube oil loading only.
Chicago Great Western
#MTL-530 00 370   CGW
  • Released May 2014
  $25.40 retail ea.
#530 00 370

#CGW 290
These 39’ Single Dome Tank Cars ran the midwest region on roller bearing trucks. The Chicago Great Western Railroad was a Class 1, nicknamed the “Corn Belt Route” because it linked many cities in the Midwest. Despite CGW doing reasonably well during the 1950s and 1960s the railroad merged with C&NW in July 1, 1968. Kerosene was the commodity hauled in the Road #290 aluminum tanker.
Cities Service Refining Company - CSRX (OTCS #1)
#MTL-530 00 401   CSRX
  • Released July 2014
  $23.95 retail ea.
#CSRX 1449

$19.16
Built in 1924 at the Milton Plant, painted black with white lettering, and runs on Arch Bar trucks. Henry Latham Doherty formed the Cities Service Company on September 2, 1910. By 1918 Cities Service companies operated seven oil refineries, five of which were in Oklahoma, and were active in nine Oklahoma oil fields.
Shell Oil Company - SEPX (OTCS #2)
#MTL-530 00 402   SEPX
  • Released August 2014
  $23.95 retail ea.
#SEPX 16

$19.16
This 39’ single dome tank car is painted black with white lettering. This interior-coiled tank car had a 10,153 gallon capacity and ran on 50-ton trucks. Rd# SEPX 16 was one of 15 ordered on Lot #831 built in 1929 at the Milton Manufacturing Plant.
Kanotex Refining Company - KOTX (OTCS #3)
#MTL-530 00 403   KOTX
  • Released September 2014
  $23.95 retail ea.
#KOTX 503

$19.16
Kanotex Refining Company, a regional oil refinery and petroleum products distributor, began operation in Caney, Kansas in 1909. The Kan-O-Tex name referred to Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas as the states in which the company originally marketed its products. This 39’ Single Dome Tank Car is painted black with white lettering and runs on black Arch Bar Trucks. Kanotex #503 is a Class 2 tank car from series 501-506 and was built in 1915 with a capacity weight of 80,000.
Union Oil Company - UOCX (OTCS #4)
#MTL-530 00 404   UOCX
  • Released October 2014
  $23.95 retail ea.
#UOCX 10390

$19.16
This 39’ single dome tank car is painted black with white lettering. Union Oil Company of California is a defunct company that was a major petroleum explorer and marketer from the late 19th century into the early 21st century. It was head quartered in El Segundo, CA. It was founded on October 17, 1890.
Diamond Petroleum - COSX (OTCS #5)
#MTL-530 00 405   COSX
  • Released November 2014
  $23.95 retail ea.
#UOCX 10390

$19.16
This 39’ single dome tank car is a ARA Spec III, non-coiled insulated tank car with 40 Ton trucks. It was built in 1927 at the ACF Milton PA Plant for Mid-Continent Petroleum Corporation.
Gulf Oil - GRCX (OTCS #6)
#MTL-530 00 406   GRCX
  • Released December 2014
  $23.95 retail ea.
#GRCX 5010

$19.16
This 39’ dome tank car is painted blue with white lettering and Gulf herald. Built in 1923, it carried petroleum for Gulf in its blue 10,140 gallon tank that’s riveted, has an expansion done and is heated and non-pressurized.
Sinclair Oil (OTCS #10)
#MTL-530 00 410   Sinclair Oil
  • Released April 2015
  $23.95 retail ea.
#SDRX 3611

$19.16
This 39’ single dome tank car is painted black with white lettering and runs on Archbar trucks. Formed from the assets of eleven small petroleum companies in 1916, Sinclair is one of the oldest continuous names in the oil business. Until creation of products pipelines, Sinclair owned the biggest tank car fleet in the oil industry.
Texaco (OTCS #11)
#MTL-530 00 411   Texaco
  • Released May 2015
  $23.95 retail ea.
#TCX 9919

$19.16
This 39’ dome tank car is painted black with white lettering and runs on Archbar trucks. Built in 1930 by Milton Manufacturing from series 9750-9999. Texaco began as the Texas Fuel Company. It was founded in Beaumont, Texas in 1901 when oil was discovered at Spindletop.
Kansas Oil (OTCS #12)
#MTL-530 00 412   Kansas Oil
  • Released June 2015
  $23.95 retail ea.
#KORX 820

$19.16
This 39’ dome tank car is painted black with white lettering and runs on Archbar trucks. Kansas Oil Refining Company, a regional oil refinery and petroleum products distributor, began operation in Caney, Kansas in 1909.
AT&SF
#14402-2 AT&SF Tankcar
Union Tankcar
#14403-2 Union Tankcar Company Tankcar
General American
#14404-2 General American Tankcar
Union Pacific
#14405-2 Union Pacific Tankcar
Baltimore & Ohio
#14406-2 Baltimore & Ohio Tankcar
Southern Pacific
#14408-2 Southern Pacific Tankcar
Mobil Oil
#14410-2 Mobil Oil Tankcar
Union Pacific
#14414-2 Union Pacific Tankcar
Great Northern
#14417-2 Great Northern Tankcar
Canadian National
#14419-2 Canadian National Tankcar
Canadian Pacific
#14420-2 Canadian Pacific Tankcar
Western Pacific
#14422-2 Western Pacific Tankcar
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