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Philadelphia, PA 19124; website www.bachmanntrains.com, has intro- duced its HO scale Alco FB2 locomotive as either standard DCC ready or DCC equipped. Features are die-cast chassis and trucks, dual flywheels, metal handrails and detail fan, plus E-Z Mate Mark II couplers. Road names are Canadian National, New York Central, Louisville & Nashville, Baltimore & Ohio and Pennsylvania Railroad. Stan- dard units are $95.00 and units with DCC and sound are $165.00. For rolling stock, ACF 50-foot, outside braced slid- ing door boxcars are now in stock. They come with operating sliding doors, 100- ton roller bearing trucks, metal wheels, detailed underframe, optional tack boards and E-Z Mate Mark II couplers. The price per car is $25.00. Woodland Scenics, P.O. Box 98, Linn


Creek, MO 65052 (see the website www.woodlandscenics.com) now has the Public Pavilion in its HO scale Landmark Structures pre-fab building kits. These are quick to assemble buildings since the walls are preassem- bled with the roof sections and details are added by the modeler. The Public Pavilion is a visual centerpiece struc- ture for an intercity park. It includes an interior raceway to accommodate wiring. The price is $34.99. In the HO scale Built & Ready Landmark Struc-


tures The Old Windmill and Windmill kits are now ready for layouts. The Old Windmill come with a metal turbine with broken blades and a weathered look. The Windmill comes with a shiny metal turbine that sits high on the tall tower. These kits are priced at $21.99. Sunshine Models, Box 4997, Spring-


field, MO 65808-4997; on the web at www.sunshinekits.com, has released the two tallest Mather boxcars in HO scale. They have an inside height of 9′- 11″ and 10′-3″ and are decorated for the Muncie & Western; Akron, Canton & Youngstown; Gulf, Mobile & Ohio; Manufacturers Railway; and Trona. The kits are vacuum cast in gray ure- thane, and several door and end varia- tions are available. The kits include all the detailing parts except trucks and couplers and proprietary decals. The M&W kit with green background on the jar herald sells for $43.00, and the rest of the kits are $42.00. InterMountain Railway Co., P.O.


Box 839, Longmont, CO 80502; www.intermountain-railway.com, now has several lettering versions on the HO scale Southern Pacific cab-forward locomotives. It features a powerful new motor, directional lighting, intricate details and is DCC ready or equipped with DCC SoundTraxx Tsunami sound and Kadee couplers. The locomotive without sound is $369.95, and with sound, $479.95. Also available are ES44DC locomotives in HO scale. They come with finely molded details, metal wire grab irons, etched metal radiator and dynamic brake grilles and cab in- terior. The all-wheel drive is available as d.c. or with DCC. Road names in multiple numbers are BNSF Heritage II, CSX, Canadian National and Nor- folk Southern. The price for the units without sound is $179.95 and with for $259.95. For HO scale rolling stock


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