Sequoia National Park -NPS # 29

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$62.00

The car is planned for (sometime still unknown due to MTL)  2022 

 

 

 

 

Description

Sequoia National Park is located in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California and was established as a National Park in 1890, one of our oldest National Parks. It is home of the General Sherman Tree, the largest tree on earth by volume.

Micro-Trains has been commissioned to produce this car, the 29th car in the National Park Series.

This 40′ Micro-Trains boxcar features art by my brother Philip D. Smith of  the amazing Sequoia giant Redwoods in California. Barb and I visited there for the first time in 2017.

All 100% made in the USA!

See America First!

$62.00

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