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angled hoods as appropriate, RP-25 metal wheels and 36-inch turned metal wheelsets. Road names are CSX, Illi- nois Central, Milwaukee Road and Reading. The price per car is $41.98. A 40-foot steel meat reefer comes in new road numbers. This limited edition car comes fully assembled with 33-inch turned metal wheel-sets and Proto MAX metal knuckle couplers. Road names are Hormel, Raskin URTX, Royal ART and Bookey URTX. The price per car is $21.98 each. Blackstone Models, 210 Rock Point


Drive, Durango, CO 81301, has several new HOn3 scale rolling stock selec- tions. The first is a Denver & Rio Grande 3000-series boxcar. The cars are built of die-cast metal and injection molded plastic and have arch bar trucks. Features are wire details, indi- vidual wire grab irons and brake rig- ging and underbody detail. They come in decorated versions for the Moffat Tunnel herald, no herald and Flying Grande herald. Prices vary between $67.95 and $75.95. Also in stock is the D&RGW 5500-series stock cars. Built with both die-cast and injection mold- ed plastic, they come ready to run with wire detailing, individual wire grab irons and brake rigging and underbody details. They come in weathered and unweathered Flying Grande 1940’s era heralds. The price per car varies be-


tween $67.95 and $75.95. An East Broad Top three-bay open hopper is available in HOn3. It comes ready-to- run with Vulcan style trucks and facto- ry installed couplers. Features are in- dividual wire grab irons and complete brake rigging and underbody details. The cars come in several numbers both weathered and unweathered for 1930’s and 1940’s eras. The price varies be- tween $54.95 and $59.95. Bachmann Trains, 1400 East Erie


Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19124; www.bachmanntrains.com, has intro- duced its HO scale Alco 2-6-0 with all new tooling. It comes as either DCC sound equipped or DCC ready. Fea- tures for these units are a die-cast chassis and cylinders, metal valve gear and side rods, operating LED head- lights; metal cut levers, handrails and wheels plus E-Z Mate Mark II cou- plers. The price is $195.00. An HO Alco S4 diesel comes either DCC ready or DCC sound equipped. Features are a die-cast chassis, die-cast fuel tanks and underframe, and E-Z Mate Mark II couplers. Road names are Western Maryland, Southern Pacific, New York Central System P&LE, ATSF, Union Pacific and Erie. Units that are DCC ready are priced at $89.00 and units with DCC sound equipped SoundTraxx decoders are $159.00. Also available in HO scale is the Forest in a Bag Sce-


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