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servation car in Pullman green for $22.70; a Baltimore & Ohio 50-foot, standard boxcar with freight load for $21.15; a Florida East Coast 50-foot, standard boxcar with plug and slid- ing-door for $25.35; a special Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Big Top Extravaganza flat car and wagon for $34.95; a Denver & Rio Grande West- ern PS-2, three-bay hopper with high sides for $24.55; a special George W. Bush Presidential 40-foot standard boxcar with plug door for $23.95; a Canadian Pacific 33-foot, twin-bay hopper with coal load for $22.20 and a Union Pacific 40-foot, standard boxcar with freight load for $21.30.


InterMountain Railway Co., P.O.


Box 839, Longmont, CO 80502, has new names for its N scale EMD F7 A and B units. These locomotives feature multiple road numbers, wire grab irons, etched metal details and Micro- Trains couplers. New road names are Southern Pacific Black Widow (with snow plow); Wabash; New York Cen- tral Cigar Band; Denver & Rio Grande Western; Royal Gorge; Kansas City Southern freight; Baltimore & Ohio all blue and Canadian National. The A units are priced at $109.95 and B units are priced at $99.95. For rolling stock, N scale 4,750 cubic foot, three-bay hop- pers are available in several new road


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DECEMBER 2011


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