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BX02 – SP 28′ Boxcar

BX02 – SP 28′ Boxcar

Over the years, the SP had equipment from many different lines and lineages, though many were similar, none were identical. These cars were Box Car Red with white lettering. To complete the model,  paint, and decal to your liking. This model was designed to use the following for completion:  Kadee #705, #713 or #714 couplers 4’8″ Arch Bar Trucks (Blackstone B370109) 24 – 18″ Grab Irons 4 – 18″ Drop Grab Irons 2 – Roof Corner Grab Irons Stirrups Truss…

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BX03 – C&S 30′ Steel Frame Box Car

BX03 – C&S 30′ Steel Frame Box Car

Beginning in 1898 with the formation of the Colorado & Southern Railroad, new cars were ordered from the St. Charles Car Works. Three types were delivered over the next several years each building an improvement over the last: Type I   (1898-1900) Featured Truss Rods and Arch Bar Trucks. Type II  (1900-1901) had newer Bettendorf Cast Steel Trucks. Type III (1901-1910) ware comparable to standard gauge cars of the day with an all-steel underframe. Other details varied amongst all the group’s…

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BX04 -ET&WNC 36′ Boxcar

BX04 -ET&WNC 36′ Boxcar

Both the Linville River Railway and Eastern Tennessee & Western North Carolina had these cars on their roster. These cars have both doors set towards the “A” or “B” end of the car. Originally built with Simplex trucks these cars received McCord trucks and I-beam bolsters in the ’20s. These cars were boxcar red with white lettering. To complete the model,  paint, and decal to your liking. This model was designed to use the following for completion: Kadee #705, #713…

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BX05 – ETWNC 28′ Boxcar

BX05 – ETWNC 28′ Boxcar

These cars were boxcar red with white lettering. To complete the model,  paint, and decal to your liking. This model was designed to use the following for completion: Kadee #705, #713 or #714 couplers McCord Trucks 22 – 18″ Grab Irons 4 – 18″ Drop Grab Irons 4 – 24″ Grab Irons 2 – Corner Grab Irons 4 – Stirrups Brake Wheel Shaft Truss Rods This car is Soundcar ready! Designed to use Soundtraxx 35X16mm oval speaker #810113.

BX06 – ETWNC 32′ Boxcar

BX06 – ETWNC 32′ Boxcar

These cars were boxcar red with white lettering. To complete the model,  paint, and decal to your liking. This model was designed to use the following for completion: Kadee #705, #713 or #714 couplers McCord Trucks 22 – 18″ Grab Irons 4 – 18″ Drop Grab Irons 4 – 24″ Grab Irons 2 – Corner Grab Irons 4 – Stirrups Brake Wheel Shaft Truss Rods This car is Soundcar ready! Designed to use Soundtraxx 35X16mm oval speaker #810113.

CB01 – Smokebox Extension

CB01 – Smokebox Extension

These are detailed parts that convert a Blackstone C19 2-8-0 Locomotive. The Preferred model for the conversion is the #401 Part number B310211. All the modified parts were built from plans of the ET&WNC Locomotive Numbers 4,5, and 6. Smoke Box- Currently offering numbers 1-6. Custom numbers upon request. Headlight style old and newer.

CB02 – Smoke Stack

CB02 – Smoke Stack

Alternate smoke stack for Blackstone Models C-19 locomotives.

CB03 – Sand Dome

CB03 – Sand Dome

These are detailed parts that convert a Blackstone C19 2-8-0 Locomotive. The Preferred model for the conversion is the #401 Part number B310211. All the modified parts were built from plans of the ET&WNC Locomotive Numbers 4,5, and 6. This replaces the current dome.

CB04 – Steam Dome

CB04 – Steam Dome

These are detailed parts that convert a Blackstone C19 2-8-0 Locomotive. The Preferred model for the conversion is the #401 Part number B310211. All the modified parts were built from plans of the ET&WNC Locomotive Numbers 4,5, and 6. This replaces the current dome.

CB05 – Cab

CB05 – Cab

These are detailed parts that convert a Blackstone C19 2-8-0 Locomotive. The Preferred model for the conversion is the #401 Part number B310211. All the modified parts were built from plans of the ET&WNC Locomotive Numbers 4,5, and 6. Cab offered in steel and wood.

CB06 – Air Tank

CB06 – Air Tank

These are detailed parts that convert a Blackstone C19 2-8-0 Locomotive. The Preferred model for the conversion is the #401 Part number B310211. All the modified parts were built from plans of the ET&WNC Locomotive Numbers 4,5, and 6. The Air tank is mounted under the cab on the fireman’s side.

CB07 – Tender Shell

CB07 – Tender Shell

These are detailed parts that convert a Blackstone C19 2-8-0 Locomotive. The Preferred model for the conversion is the #401 Part number B310211. All the modified parts were built from plans of the ET&WNC Locomotive Numbers 4,5, and 6. Tender Shell. The shell has been increased in height to clear the existing stock electronics of the Blackstone. There is a plate that covers the electronics, finished products will require a coal load to be installed.

CBK01 – ET&WNC #4, 5, and 6 Conversion Kit

CBK01 – ET&WNC #4, 5, and 6 Conversion Kit

These are detailed parts that convert a Blackstone C19 2-8-0 Locomotive. The Preferred model for the conversion is the #401 Part number B310211. All the modified parts were built from plans of the ET&WNC Locomotive Numbers 4, 5, and 6. Please make your selections as needed. This will build a custom kit that will allow you to have a personalized conversion kit. Sand and Steam Domes will be available shortly.

FC01 – WPY Drop Center Flat

FC01 – WPY Drop Center Flat

Built by the WP&Y shops, a total of three of these cars were placed in operation, 1200 – 1203. Being home built each car was unique but followed a standard “plan” when built. Later modifications include side wings installed to widen the deck, Ice picks on the lower beams, and container cones. Thes models do not include the ice picks or container cones at this time. These cars varied in color and appearance in many ways photos have shown the…

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FC01 – WPY Drop Center Flat

FC01 – WPY Drop Center Flat

Built by the WP&Y shops, a total of three of these cars were placed in operation, 1200 – 1203. Being home built each car was unique but followed a standard “plan” when built. Later modifications include side wings installed to widen the deck, Ice picks on the lower beams, and container cones. Thes models do not include the ice picks or container cones at this time. These cars varied in color and appearance in many ways photos have shown the…

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FC03 – DRGW 42′ Steel Flatcar (6500 series)

FC03 – DRGW 42′ Steel Flatcar (6500 series)

Beginning in 1939 the Alamosa shops rebuilt 28000 series standard gauge gondolas into 45 of these one of a kind 42′ fish-belly flat cars. Rated at 40 Tons, these were the heaviest cars built for the narrow gauge division. Over the years several adaptations were made to specific cars for special services. On August 10th, 1955, two of these cars, 6526 and 6527 had bulkheads installed to ship wallboard to Farmington to support the oil and gas boom of the…

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