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This article will show 3 ready-to-build examples of micro sized HO-scale layouts, created with SCARM and sent to me by Petar Ploskov. All of them are made with PIKO sectional track pieces, allowing easy assembling and disassembling if there is no option for creating a permanent layout. This layout offers two switching ovals (overlapped in the right side) with train station and small storage area. The last layout in this post offers two ovals (may be set independent) with one train station, one stop and two cargo areas. You can create these track plans in the reality as they are proposed here or you may use them as a base for other projects. By clicking Confirm bid, you commit to buy this item from the seller if you are the winning bidder. By clicking Confirm bid, you are committing to buy this item from the seller if you are the winning bidder and have read and agree to the Global Shipping Program terms and conditions - opens in a new window or tab.
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Hand assembled using brass and aluminium tubing these highly detailed street lights make a great addition to any scene. All content, product photographs and graphics are © 1989-2016 Micro-Scale Models, Inc, All rights reserved. A great day of train chasing on the way to photograph the MRL is what Brian Ambrose's post is all about, entitled, Headed for the MRL via the Lakeside Sub in the Lakeside Sub Blog. Photos of the NP Depot at Sunnyside, WA is the focus of Brian Ambrose's post, entitled, A stop at Sunnyside, WA in the NP Perspectives Blog. Tangent Scale Models is pleased to announce our next release of HO Scale Pullman-Standard PS-2CD 4750 covered hoppers. For the past 8 years the North Texas Chapter, NRHS has had the privilege of hosting a 24 hour railwatching event at the Saginaw Depot over Memorial Day weekend starting Friday evening and ending Saturday evening for a full 24 hours. The BN Tribute has been updated - GP9 1855 have been added to the Northern Pacific Roster.. The BN Tribute has been updated - SD70MAC 9510 has been added to the Burlington Northern Roster.
The old old Seneca Spur is the focus of Brian Ambrose's post, entitled, Seneca Spur 4-13-14 in the NP Perspectives Blog. There will be snacks and drinks, the product showcase, and the ability to meet the BLMA Team. Time was spent photographing the NP Depot at Toppenish, WA and the picture results can be seen in Brian Ambrose's post, entitled, Toppenish, WA on April 13, 2014 in the NP Perspectives Blog. Brian Ambrose relates the history of a BN-painted caboose in Iowa in a post, entitled, BN caboose 11396 (ex-NP 1050) in the NP Perspectives Blog. Join the City of Las Vegas and MainStreet de Las Vegas to welcome the new owners of Hotel Castaneda and learn of their plans to restore the building to its original use! This is your invitation to attend the 15th annual Mini-Meet of Santa Fe Railway fans and modelers in the Northwest. Cost for the event and handouts is $8 to cover costs of renting the room and copying the handouts. Expecting an empty grain train, Brian Ambrose was surprised to find an oil empty on the Stampede Sub, so he gives chase to the train, and that story is chronicled in a blog post, entitled, BNSF 4505 East Cabin Creek to MP 13" in the Stamped Sub Blog. There was quite a variety of motive power to be found on the Seattle Subdivision, and Brian Ambrose gives an overview of all types of locomotives in a blog post, entitled, Variety in the Seattle area in the Seatle Sub Blog.
The The Riverside Historical Society is having a presentation today, entitled, Cajon at War—The San Bernardino Bomb Plant. The Heart of Texas Free-Mo meet will be held in Brownwood on April 5th and 6th at the Depot Civic and Cultural Center and the Lehnis Railroad Museum. Numerous Free-Mo model railroading modules will all come together to form one large, room-sized operation layout. The North Texas Free-Mo is a large group of model railroaders in the Fort Worth & Dallas area. BLMA Models is introducing the Second Run of HO & N Scale Bx-166, 60' Double-Door Box Cars, with the classic 'Shock Control' paint scheme by the Santa Fe. SUPER SHOCK CONTROL (1974+) - These cars will feature authentic, as delivered paint and lettering details including black ends, and Railroad Gothic style fonts.
SHOCK CONTROL (1982+) - In 1982, the Santa Fe switched to Helvetica Gothic as their font of choice for all new and re-painted rolling stock. Brian Ambrose goes over an NP Caboose restoration in a blog post, entitled, NP caboose 1318 in Sioux City, IA in the NP Perspectives Blog. The PNWR "Quick-Check" website has been redone Winter has finally arrived on the Stampede Sub, and Brian Ambrose describes the season in a blog post, entitled Winter comes to the Stampede Sub. Brian Ambrose describes railroad action at various mileposts wihin the Yakima Valley Sub in a blog post, entitled, Checking off the Mileposts.
A lot of photos of an historic ex-NP Depot take center stage in this NP Perspectives blog post by Brian Ambrose, entitled, Miles City, MT ex-NP depot.
There was a great variety of locomotives and rolling stock in South Seattle on 30 December 2013, and Brian Ambrose documents the findings with beautiful photographs in the Seattle Sub Blog post, entitled, Variety at South Seattle.
Monday is usually not a great day of the week, but it proved to be spectacular by way of Brian Ambrose. The annual Christmas trip to Montana is chronicled in a new MRL Blog post, entitled"Wet day on the MRL 12-1-13 by Brian Ambrose.
New territory is explored in the Yakima Valley Sub Blog post, entitled, "Bridge 102 at Roza 11-16-13 by Brian Ambrose. While on the way to Yakima Valley Sub, Brian Ambrose takes readers to a modern version of the Northern Pacific contraption, and then photographs a BNSF grain train with a Fall Foliage background. Brian Ambrose follows a BNSF "earthworm train" in the latest post to the Stampede Sub Blog, entitled "Eastside of Stampede Pass 11-10-13", and also finds a very unique BNSF locomotive.
Athearn has announced the released of an HO Scale GP7 equipped with Santa Fe's "Topeka Cab". In 1972, Santa Fe began rebuilding their GP7 and GP9 fleet with “chopped” short hoods for improved visibility and a host of internal improvements and upgrades. InterMountain’s Santa Fe “Topeka Cab” Geep will be offered in standard DC and DCC equipped with SoundTraxx Tsunami sound. Remember that on 09 November 2013 is the 26th Annual Kansas City Meet at the Old Mission Methodist Church in Fairway, KS. Wile on the subject of the annual train show at Toppenish, WA, Brian Ambrose gives readers the experience of the caboose ride taken the same day. Posted to the NP Perspectives Blog, Brian Ambrose discusses the annual train show at Toppenish, WA.
Although not posted till here in September, Brian Ambrose gives a report from late August on a trip up to Tacoma, WA where he caught a GP9, BNSF orange power, and a Warbonnet! Posted to the Seattle Sub Blog, Brian Ambrose outlines the good fortune of stopping off at South Seattle on a Friday afternoon. In a new entry posted to the Scenic Sub Blog, Brian Ambrose gives the details on the SD9 recently donated by BNSF to city of Skykomish, WA. Brian Ambrose has posted a new entry in the Yakima Valley Sub Blog detailing a chase of a BNSF coal train while on the way to the 16th Annual Train Show & Swap Meet at Toppenish, WA.

This blog entry shows an older date, however it was just recently released because it the first blog entry to now contain video! Brian Ambrose has posted a new entry in the NP Perspectives Blog detailing on what happened to a former NP SW1200. Brian Ambrose has posted a new entry in the Stampede Sub Blog which portrays a top-heavy timber bridge, and details equipment used to shockcrete a tunnel, as well as an almost brand new BNSF diesel. Brian Ambrose has posted a new entry in the Seattle Sub Blog detailing the new Argo cross-over point so delays are fewer for BNSF trains.
Brian Ambrose has posted a new entry in the NP Perspectives Blog entitled,Green River Crossing at MP 58.9.
Brian Ambrose has posted a new entry in the Stampede Sub Blog entitled,The walk into Lester 7-6-13.
Micro-Trains has released an N Scale 40' Standard Box Car with Double Doors: Northern Pacific #38268.
Micro-Trains has released in N scale a Weathered Heavyweight Passenger Car Multi-Pack for GN. The NPRHA has HO Scale Northern Pacific tractor and trailer decals available for $3.50 + shipping.
GN #1731 has been donated to the town of Skykomish and is intended for cosmetic restoration to its original GN paint. Bluford Shops has released in N Scale an 86' Auto Parts Double Door Box 2-Car Set - ATSF #36710 & 36717. Today in ATSF History: July 8, 1956 - The Santa Fe introduces the high level coach train, the El Capitan, from Chicago to Los Angeles.
Some good news on the Warbonnet front: Several SD75I's have been reactivated: Here's BNSF #8277!
Brian Ambrose has posted an entry entitled, NP (CBQ) dome 558, on the NP Perspectives Blog.
The first set contains eleven (11) locomotives which are going from Topeka, KS to Laurel, MT. The second set contains twelve (12) locomotives which spent years in storage in BNSF's North Yard, located in Texas.
Lionel has released, in O Scale, a PS-2 2-Bay Covered Hopper, item #6-27081, in a Burlington Northern paint scheme. QStation extends the deepest of condolences to the family of George Clous, who passed away this moring at 6:15 am. Brian Ambrose has posted an entry entitled, BNSF empty coal from Ellensburg to Pasco, on the Yakima Valley Sub Blog. Brian Ambrose has posted an entry entitled, Searching for the “NP” in Central Washington, on the NP Perspectives Blog.
Dash-9 Diesel Engine With Proto-Sound 3.0 (Hi-Rail Wheels) - BNSF Click here for more information.
Brian Ambrose has posted an entry entitled, UP and Amtrak from S Albro Pl, on the Seattle Sub Blog.
Brian Ambrose has posted an entry entitled, Chasing the Columbia Basin Rwy, on the NP Perspectives Blog. The Coach Yard has recently announced production of Santa Fe Business Cars in both heavyweight and lightweight classes. ATSF #3751 - A famous survivor of the steam era, the Santa Fe #3751 joins the Lionel roster in 2011!
ATSF #3759 - A famous survivor of the steam era, the Santa Fe #3759 joins the Lionel roster in 2011! Con-Cor has recently shipped N Scale 125-Ton Gunderson Intermodal Well Cars (Equipped with Micro-Trains Couplers) with 2 containers in a variety of road names.
Atlas Master Line has an O-Scale PS 4427 Low Side Hopper in the Santa Fe paint scheme, #304033, and is based on the ones built for the ATSF between 1965 and 1981. Kato's N Scale Mid-Production locomotives have been shipped to retailers and hobby shops on the 27th of May 2013. Brian Ambrose has posted an entry entitled, Chasing an Oil Empty to Ellensburg, on the Stampede Sub Blog. Intermountain Railway Company has released N Scale ACF 4650 Cubic Foot 3-Bay Covered Hoppers. Brian Ambrose has posted an entry entitled, BNSF 5905 East at Bridge 30, on the Stampede Sub Blog. Ashley Rodriguez has posted a gallery of a new ATSF Fuel Foiler car she is working on in HO scale. BNSF has reactivated the following ex-ATSF Dash 9-44CW locomotives because of the need for horsepower: 656, 659, 661, 662, 672, 674, 677, 679, 681, 692, 693, 694, 695, 696, 698, and 699. To help celebrate Tom Danneman's feature story in the June 2013 issue on the Montana Rail Link (MRL), TRAINS Magazine is offering two versions, in PDF, of the railroad's roster, as well as a gallery of 29 photos featuring locomotives from the MRL. Shipped to retailers on May 15, 2013, the new Genesis HO BNSF Low Headlight SD70ACe models are now available.
Annouced in December 2011, with the last production run of August 2008, Athearn started delivery to hobby shops of the HO Scale R-T-R BNSF Heritage II AC4400CWs today. The LEGACY equipped GP35 is powerful yet small enough to handle the curves of most layouts. All of the cars feature operating couplers with hidden uncoupling tabs and all but the caboose have sprung metal trucks. Brian Ambrose has posted an entry entitled, Finding the NP at Columbus, MT 4-20-13, on the MRL Blog. To everyone from all of us here at QStation, we wish everyone a great and safe National Train Day! Brian Ambrose has posted an entry entitled, BNSF 2918 South on 5-5-13, on the Seattle Sub Blog. For those who model the Santa Fe in N Scale, Con-Cor has released 85' 4-Door Hi-Cube Boxcar, equipped with Micro-trains Couplers. For those who model the BNSF Railway in HO Scale, Bowser is releasing it's "Executive Line" 53' Roadrailer®. For BNSF HO Scale modelers, there will be two different Ice Cold Express Roadrailer® released. Toward the end of April, BNSF had decided to spend the $15,000+ on the recently overhauled infamous "Green Bonnet", BNSF #9647 at RELCO Locomotives in Albia, Iowa, and paint her in the H3 paint scheme.
Second, is the new HO Scale ATSF SD45, which are available in both DCC & Tsunami Sound and straight DC. Brian Ambrose has posted an entry entitled, The Billings Depot complex 4-19-13, on the MRL Blog. On 10 September 2012, Lionel discussed one of the biggest announcements from the Signature Catalog and that was the new Motor City Express Set, with scale 89' auto racks. The Motor City Express Set can be found in the Lionel 2013 Signature Edition Catalog, with details of the Motor City Express Set found on Pages 6 and 7. For us, the best part of the set is the BNSF Autorack, which can be found within the set as the last freight car, as it is distinguished from the other auto racks by having a non-working End-of-Train device attached.
Recently at the TCA York Meet, a production version of the Motor City Express Set was displayed.
Rasch Studios, builder of Custom Built Fine Quality Model Train Layouts with over 40 years experience, have constructed another masterpiece, this one is entitled, "Santa Fe Lines East". There are eight different locomotives to choose with four (4) being equipped with DCC & Sound, and four (4) which are not.

Micro-Trains is currently shipping the Burlington Northern Santa Fe 100 ton three bay covered hopper, BNSF #434654. This 100 ton three bay covered hopper with elongated hatches is painted brown and bears the white BNSF logo and white lettering.
All of the plans allows analog or digital operation of one or two short trains with continuous running or shunting. Depending of the setting of double slip crossing point, you can have a two independent lines for two trains, running together at the same time or one long route for a single train, passing nonstop from one oval to another.
Like the previous one, here you can also set the double slip turnout in crossing mode and have one long line, passing from inner oval to the outer (and vice versa) or you can have two simultaneously running trains in the both ovals.
Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase you maximum bid amount. Join Metro, Amtrak and Metrolink as we commemorate this iconic station’s 75th birthday and celebrate all things rail today, Saturday, May 3, 10am-4pm. Coming in two paint variations - 12 numbers of each - these are perfect for mid-70's+ modelers. Furthermore, the car paint job was simplified with one single color throughout (goodbye black ends) and the removal of 'Super' from 'Shock Control', and 'A smoother ride'. He captured the MRL Gas Local as well as a copious amount of trains on this usually mundane day of the week.
Also included in this post is one of the most beautiful, striking, and haunting photographs of a bridge you'll ever see!
These units sported the unofficial designation of GP7u and GP9u by railfans - the “u” indicating “upgraded”. A source at InterMountain reports tooling is being cut on all three diesels and plans are to show early pre-production samples in the early part of 2014. In the Autumn on the Stampede Sub post on the Stampede Sub Blog, Brian Ambrose demonstrates the Fall colors while taking readers on a chase of a BNSF empty grain train.
In the Same Places Change Blog, Brian Ambrose discusses the changes of Cabin Creek before and after. The post tells of his trek along Mile 15 on the Stampede Sub and unusual power on a coal drag. The post tells of his trek into Lester and photographing trains on the once double-track, now single-track bridge. The road numbers in this set are: BNSF #869, BNSF #876, BNSF #879, BNSF #833, BNSF #895, BNSF #929, BNSF #933, BNSF #934, BNSF #936, BNSF #941, and BNSF #948.
BNSF #5097 moved the set to a pair of ES44C4 locomotives, which will tow them to Kansas for evaluation back to active service. Brian showcases a run-of-the-mill BNSF coal train and turns the coal drag into a beautiful photographic experience! This post is filled with wonderful Northern Pacific History, and if you enjoy the NP, this post is for you! This post discusses a visitor to the Seattle Sub as well as contains a great photograph of the Amtrak Talgo Train. Brian writes about the Columbia Basin Rwy and its operations on the former NP the Washington Central Branch.
First built in 1927, the 4-8-4 Northern type hauled the signature passenger trains of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.
If you truly enjoy viewing massive amounts of MRL's motive power, you won't want to miss this post! If you enjoy photos of an oil train in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, then this post is for you!
If you enjoy photos of a coal train in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, then this post is for you! The units are used mostly in coal service out of the Powder River basin in Wyoming, although they appear on other types of trains throughout the BNSF system. Each of the three freight cars replicates a standard design by the Pullman Standard Company, one of the country’s largest freight car manufacturers. If you enjoy photos of former power still painted in BN-era paint schemes, then this post is for you! The post contains a well-documented chase of an empty BNSF oil train in beautiful Easton, WA. If you enjoy true history, and fantastic restoration work performed by local volunteers, then this posting is for you! However, the small size of the layouts is not suitable for running of modern long freight and passenger trains with long 4-axle coaches, but even these are able to pass, with a loco and two or three cars. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. Micro-scale street lights are sold 2 per package and are available painted either green or gray. Today at 12:00 pm MDT at the Lobby & Dining Room of Hotel Castaneda at 524 Railroad Avenue, Las Vegas, NM.
Forsyth presents a thoroughly researched, beautifully illustrated, and fascinatingly presented talk on the little-known history of this particular Southland contribution to the American victory in World War II.
Specifics on road numbers and details for InterMountain’s Santa Fe “Topeka Cab” release will be made official and presented in the near future. The Athearn Genesis ES44AC GEVO's are available in 4 road numbers: #5817, #5862, #5906, & #5933. The road numbers in this set are: BNSF #873, BNSF #874, BNSF #892, BNSF #893, BNSF #896, BNSF #898, BNSF #902, BNSF #904, BNSF #905, BNSF #911, BNSF #922, and BNSF #924. Clous was one of the engineers on the ATSF #3751 Excursion Trains, and a life-long railroader. After a distinguished 26 years of service and later decades as a dormant park display, Santa Fe #3751 was brought back to life by the San Bernardino Railroad Historical Society. Only a couple of years later, she was called on to haul a tourist train, taking to the rails once again. However, they differed by having nose-mounted headlights instead of cab-mounted headlights. In coal service, they operate on run-through trains on the Union Pacific, Norfolk Southern, CSX and Canadian National. This new Santa Fe sign has a second set of contacts on the backside so the lower part can be trimmed off and the remaining circle logo can be flush mounted on a building making it a very versatile sign.
The 4-8-4 ATSF #3751 Steam Locomotive will be on-hand for excursions to be had between San Bernardio and Los Angeles, CA. Built in September 1971 as part of a combined order from the Burlington Northern Railroad and CB&Q subsidiary Colorado & Southern Railway, this car represents the sole merger-acquired high-capacity grain hoppers representing Gunderson. Along with thirty units from the first order, they were modified early on by having a louvered vent cut into the box behind the cab on the left side.
BNSF AC4400CW locomotives feature the close-clearance “gull wing” cab, which has two angles on the cab roof rather than one.
Cars in these series were assigned different car number series by BNSF due to the slightly different load volume capacities.
All three examples represent railroad rebuilding programs begun in the 1970s to gain new life from early production EMD GP7 and GP9 motive power.

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