Yellowstone 150th-NPS #30

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$59.00

UPDATE-This car is planned for sometime  2024.

When closer to delivery, we will open for orders the final cars. Thank you for your patience!

 

 

 

 

Description

Celebrating 150 years as our first National Park.

Micro-Trains is being commissioned to produce this car, the 30th car in the popular National Park Series.

In March 1872, President Grant signed the document creating Yellowstone Park. Now in 2022 we celebrate this American milestone and all that has come after!

This Micro-Trains boxcar features art by my brother Philip D. Smith of the beautiful ‘Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone’.

All 100% made in the USA!     See America First!

$59.00

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