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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.
51' Rivet Side Mechanical Reefer
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
Canadian Pacific
#MTL-548 00 051   Canadian Pacific
  • Released July 2014
  $20.70 retail ea. • $16.56
#548 00 051

#CP 286005
#548 00 052

#CP 286120
These 51' rivet side mechanical reefers were built in 1965, by Hawker Siddeley which later became the Trenton Works, as part of series 286000-286134. This car is a Plate C dimension car and is equipped with meat rails and classified “RPM” and runs on roller bearing trucks.
Micro Mouse 2016
#MTL-548 00 080   Christmas 2016
  • Released October 2016
  $26.95 retail ea.
#548 00 080

On this 51' rivet side mechanical reefer the Micro-Mouse family is seen inside their cozy home on the night before Christmas. After bringing home the tree, an exhausted Mr. Mouse snoozes, dreaming of trains (and his favorite food). As the fire crackles, Mrs. Mouse and Junior finish decorating the tree and setting up their Micro-Trains Line train set around the base.
Micro Mouse 2018
#MTL-548 00 120   Christmas 2018
  • Released October 2018
  $27.95 retail ea. • $22.36
#548 00 120

These box cars are dark blue with plug doors and run on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. On a perfect winter evening, with all lights lit, Micro-Mouse admires his decorative work on his house. Little does he know that while he takes in his masterpiece, mayhem is looming just around the corner!
Micro Mouse Day of the Dead 2022
#MTL-548 00 140   Day of the Dead
  • Released October 2022
  $28.95 retail ea. • $23.16
#548 00 140

Micro-Mouse celebrates Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, a Mexican traditional holiday observed during the fall to joyfully honor the deceased with festivities such as face painting, food, prayers and song, and giving gifts like candy sugar skulls.
Micro Mouse Christmas 2022
#MTL-548 00 150   Christmas 2022
  • Released November 2022
  $28.95 retail ea. • $23.16
#548 00 150

Micro-Mouse and family partake in a joyous Christmas tradition of displaying their all-time favorite train-themed ugly sweaters for the 2022 Christmas photo. Merry Christmas!
Northern Pacific
#MTL-548 00 011   Northern Pacific
  • Released December 2013
  $22.30 retail ea.
#548 00 011

#NPMX #152
#548 00 012

#NPMX #154
51' mechanical reefers w/ rivet sides and single plug doors; painted aluminum w/ red, white and black Monad logos. Run on Roller Bearing trucks; Built Jan. 1956 by Pacific Car & Foundry Company, these wear the standard scheme for NP mechanical refrigerators – aluminum sides, ends, and roofs, with a 5' herald. These cars were used to transport frozen foods. The electrical heating features were used for shipping produce, for example, cherries, and apples from Washington, potatoes from Minnesota's Red River Valley and fish and bananas from Seattle.
Canadian National
#MTL-548 00 021   Canadian National
  • Released December 2013
  $27.95 retail ea.
#548 00 021

#CN 231031
#548 00 022

#CN 231034
Painted w/ yellow sides, black roofs and ends; on Roller Bearing trucks. Built Dec 1962 by Pacific Car & Foundry for North American Car Corporation (NIRX) and leased to Canadian National. CN purchased the cars shortly thereafter and renumbered them in the 231000-231074 series in 1965. They display the “wet noodle” logo with the English spelling of “Canadian” on both sides of the car. Although these cars were painted black and yellow, CN started painting their mechanical reefers silver/aluminum soon after the arrival of these cars.
New York Central
#MTL-548 00 031   New York Central
  • Released February 2014
  $28.90 retail ea.
#548 00 031

#NYMX 1025
#548 00 032

#NYMX 1049
Painted aluminum with yellow sides with blue bands. They bear the 20” blue and white oval New York Central logos. white reporting marks/road numbers, ‘Mechanical Reefer' designations, and black small lettering. They were built in July 1956 by Pacific Car & Foundrey of Renton, WA, and run on Roller Bearing trucks. They wear the standard NYC scheme for mechanical refrigerator cars—aluminum roof and ends, yellow sides with a blue stripe and type 4 ‘New York Central' herald.
Western Fruit Express
#MTL-548 00 041   Western Fruit Exp.
  • Released April 2015
  $29.80 retail ea.
#548 00 041

#WFEX 800
#548 00 042

#WFEX 805
These 51' rivet side mechanical reefers are painted yellow with brown ends and aluminum roof. Built in 1953 as part of series 800-849, FGE and WFE cars were exchanged on a need basis during the respective nationwide fruit seasons.
Micro Mouse 2015
#MTL-548 00 070   Christmas 2015
  • Released Mid-November 2015
  $26.95 retail ea.
#548 00 070

In celebration of the 2015 holidays, Micro-Trains Line brings you this Christmas 51' Rivet Side Mechanical Reefer adorned with MTL's old friend, Micro Mouse. This long-time behind-the-scenes “employee” is pictured with his family singing Christmas carols.
Micro Mouse 2017
#MTL-548 00 090   Christmas 2017
  • Released October 2017
  $27.95 retail ea.
#548 00 090

This 51’ rivet side mechanical reefer runs on Roller Bearing Trucks. Micro-Mouse and family leave the toasty comfort of their home and venture out into a winter wonderland in search of the perfect Christmas tree. This year they were pleasantly surprised to find a tree made of cheese!
Pacific Fruit Express
#MTL-548 00 101     PFE
  • Released October 2017
  $31.80 retail ea.
#548 00 101

#PFE 300535
#548 00 102

#PFE 300562
These 51’ rivet side mechanical reefers are orange with black lettering and run on Roller Bearing trucks. In 1955, Pacific Fruit Express ordered 200 R-70-10 class cars, with Carrier refrigeration units, and Detroit Diesel engines with a 400 gallon fuel tank. These cars had fiberglass insulation and were repainted in the early 1970s.
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