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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.
70’ Gunderson Husky Stack Well Cars
Prototypical Features:
• Accurate printing and paint schemes you've
    come to expect from Micro-Trains®
• Zinc body for detail and durability
• Truck Mounted Couplers
• Magne-Matic Knuckle Couplers
• Detailed brake assembly cast separate
• Accurate prototype Z scale 20' and 40' containers
    with self-locating tabs for stacking
• Fine Details
Undecorated
#MTL-540 00 000   Undecorated
  • Actual color may vary from photo
  $28.45 retail ea. • $22.76
#540 00 000

#N/A
Includes:
    • Brake Wheel
    • Micro Trains Line Trucks
    • MTL Truck Mounted Couplers
    • Unpainted Cast Metal Body
    • Two Undecorated Container Loads
Burlington Northern
#MTL-540 00 021   Burlington Northern
  • Released May 2015
  $29.80 retail ea. • $23.84
#540 00 021

#64094C
#540 00 022

#64094D
These 70’ Gunderson well cars are painted red and display a large red, white and blue BN logo and runs on Roller Bearing trucks. Built by Gunderson in 1993 these cars are C and D from a five-unit articulated intermodel well car. This design allowed ‘cars’ to be made up single wells, or with simple modifications to be drawbar connected to create a multi-unit car.
Coe Rail Leasing
#MTL-540 00 171   Coe Rail
  • Released June 2017
  $29.80 retail ea. • $23.84
#540 00 171

#CRLE 5533
#540 00 172

#CRLE 5535
These 70’ well cars are brown with white lettering and run on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Built in the early 1990s, this 5400-5549 series Coe Rail Leasing well car accepted containers up to 48’ in length in its bottom well position. The Husky-Stack® well car was first introduced in 1990 at the International Intermodal Expo in Atlanta, GA.
CP Rail
#MTL-540 00 121   CP Rail
  • Released July 2012
  $29.75 retail ea.
#540 00 121

#527408
#540 00 122

#527474
Painted CP brown with white lettering and sport red and white reflector stripes. The Shadow Keystone logo is on the right. This particular paint scheme was worn post-1948 into the late 1950s. It was built in January 1960 by Pullman Standard on Roller Bearing trucks. The single well double-stack container car was first introduced at the 1990 International Intermodal Expo in Atlanta, GA. The design allowed cars to be made up of single wells, or to be drawbar connected to create a multi-unit car.
Trailer Train / CSX
#MTL-540 00 131   Trailer Train / CSX
  • Released June 2014
  $35.70 retail ea.
#540 00 131

#DTTX 56606
#540 00 132

#DTTX 56609
Each with a CSX Container Load
These 70’ well cars are painted yellow with the new tuscan red logo in honor of one of the founding railroads, Pennsylvania Railroad. It was built as part of series 56375-56720 and runs on roller bearing trucks. The single well double-stack container car was first introduced at the 1990 International Intermodal Expo in Atlanta, GA. This design allows cars to be made up of single wells, or with simple modifications, to be drawbar connected to create a multi-unit car.
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe
#MTL-540 00 151   ATSF
  • Released February 2015
  $33.80 retail ea.
#540 00 151

#SFLC 254200A
#540 00 152

#SFLC 254218B
These 70’ well cars are red with white and black lettering. Built in the late 1980’s as part of series 254200-254207, these single well double-stack container cars allowed cars to be made up of single wells, or with simple modifi cations, to be drawbar connected creating a multi-unit car.
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