OCS – NS 36 ‘Research 36’

In stock

$72.00

The Talent fires well as the current Covid situation has delayed this release.  

It is now planned to ship the 2nd Quarter 2021.

 

Description

Norfolk Southern car #36 is one of their research cars and is being produced by Micro-Trains on their revet side office car body.

This will be the fourteenth car produced for this NS-OCS Series.

$72.00

In stock

R. K.

You are in my book one of the very best.

Jim and Jo Ann K.

Every aspect of the trip was professionally done.  You and Barbara were on top of every change and your matter-of-fact assurances speak highly of your professionalism.  Jo Ann is a retired chef  and we know what good food is, and the meals provided on the CZ trip were stellar! BRAVO to you and Barbara for…

Ray F.

I just wanted you to know my O gauge Hood River Pears car came yesterday in perfect condition. This car is just beautiful I can’t wait for the next one to come out. Keep up the good work.

P.B.

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

D.K.

Aside from the quality, creativity and originality, you are to be commended for your ongoing commitment to this (GAC) series, and all of your series of trains over a period of so many years.  There is always something to look forward to. Keep up the great work!’ D. K.

K.

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.

J.Wallace

AFT is a real dream come true for me. Thanks for all your hard work!

K L

What a trip! We had a great time- exceeded our expectations by a mile. The Silver Lariat was simply stunning. A gem on the rails. The scenery and weather were perfect. The delays were not an issue for us at all. All just a good days work on the railroad! Thank you for all the…

J. Echlin

Many thanks for your superb offerings and beautiful work!

D.G.

Nothing better than receiving that white box from Lowell Smith.