Amazing limited production model trains.

NPS # 24 ‘Freedom Caboose”

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This beautiful caboose 
shipped September 30, 2017.



Micro-Trains is being commissioned to produce this bay-window caboose for the National Park Series. The blue caboose has a silver roof and four color graphics reminding us of our freedoms.  Road number x-2 indicates this is the second caboose produced for this series that started in 2001.  (However, with the Centennial Caboose actually makes this the third caboose). So number two or number three, just be sure you get yours! This limited edition is expected to ship September 2017.



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S. S.

I got my new Santa Fe business cars, they are superb and worth the wait ten times over.

Jerry E.

Received GN A10 today. Absolutely stunning! I am very pleased. Thank You all.


You know I’m always looking forward to the next release and its arrival with great anticipation. I treasure my Lowell Smith Signature collection.


Thanks for all the great trains – it’s nice to have such wonderful rolling stock on the layout.

Paul G.

I just received my Carolwood Pacific cars yesterday. They are exquisite! Every attention to detail was paid here, and I can’t thank you enough for putting this into production.  They are going to look amazing, circling my main Street miniatures display.

Rad J.

Lowell, I am very pleased with the N Scale Ferdinand Magellan Presidential car. As a retired US Secret Service agent I have conducted security advances for the president and his family traveling by train. I have done a lot of research on the Ferdinand Magellan and the model has excellent detail. It will be an…

J. Echlin

Many thanks for your superb offerings and beautiful work!


I am looking forward to many more releases in the new year. I stayed up really late on Christmas to talk to Santa when he came by our house. I asked him for an n-scale SP&S 700, and he said that was out of his league and I’d better call you.


These are indeed miniature masterpieces.


“You have no idea how excited I am about these cars . . .”

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