Amazing limited production model trains.

Pullman Park Series #2 A.T.S.F. ‘Death Valley’

Out of stock

$59.00

 

 

UPDATE- These were delayed at Micro-Trains and now expected to arrive the week of 12/18/17

Description

Produced by Micro-Trains, this heavyweight sleeper is decorated in the  Shadow Line  paint scheme that was applied to older cars allowing them to blend into a streamline passenger consist. There are two road names available. See also the Grand Canyon ATSF car.

“Shadowlining” was used on smooth sided cars to create the illusion of fluting. This type of car painting was known to have been used on several railroads and well known on the Santa Fe.

 

$59.00

Out of stock

K. Lyons

I want to be like you when I grow up!

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.

Anonymous

The thing I love about all the things you do is the fact that everything is so well thought out, so beautiful and so unique.  

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.

G.D.

Lowell, thanks to you and your company SP&S modelers (myself included) are having a much easier time modeling the North Bank Road. Thank you for your hard work!

M. Magliaro

I received my #99 business card in the mail today. It looks superb. Thank you for another wonderful job. You are really filling a niche.

S. S.

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

Rick S.

Every new release from your Signature Series gets me revved up for the rails.

G.P.

I just received the “The Great Locomotive Chase” set from the Walt Disney Family Museum. Very nicely done!

Jerry

I really am enjoying what you are producing, Lowell! Thanks for doing it. Jerry

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