New large-scale products from the February 2016 issue

The latest items for garden railroaders
GAL milk car
Ozark Miniatures pickle car

Engines & rolling stock

Great American Locomotion—The GAL Line, 472 East Holly Avenue, Pitman NJ 08071, is offering a 53' NYC express milk car in 1:32 scale (#Gal 70 433). This craftsman project includes all laser-cut and -etched styrene parts, express trucks, brass bearings, and Sierra Valley steel wheels. Price: $320. Website:

Bachmann Trains, 1400 East Erie Avenue, Philadelphia PA 19124, has added two new tank cars—Zerolene (#93401) and Conoco (#93402)--—to its lineup of large-scale tankers. These cars feature metal wheels and prototypical details. Price: $110 each. Website: www.

Ozark Miniatures
, 3461 S 5225 W, Cedar City UT 84720, has released a new series of wood water/oil/pickle cars in 1:20.3 scale. The first, a 10' tub car, is a freelance kit based on the first bulk cars invented by Amos and James Densmore in 1865. The kit is simple to build and includes link-and-pin couplers, steel wheels, pre-cut wood, and all hardware. Website:

Bridges & structures

Precision Products, 3461 S 5225 W, Cedar City UT 84720, has released a new series of easy-to-build 1/2"-scale building kits. The kits are laser cut from aircraft plywood. The siding is engraved on them. All doors and windows are made of wood and are prebuilt. Assembly is via tabbed construction. Website:
b2bReplicas tractor

Accessories & details

Stoneworks, PO Box 684, Monett MO 65708, has a new Route 66 Gas Station Six-Pane Window Kit (#4271) in 1:24 scale. The kit contains laser-cut pieces of 1/16" white styrene and acrylic window panes. Size is 3" wide x 3.9" high. Price: $4. Website:

b2bReplicas has a variety of new die-cast models of modern agricultural equipment in 1:32 scale. Included is a model of a New Holland T7.225 tractor (#4893). The model features free-rolling wheels, diecast construction with plastic parts, detailed operator’s cab, authentic tire tread, and detailed lights and mirrors. Price: $59. Visit the company’s website for complete information on all of the new products:
K.I.S.S. Method cradle


K.I.S.S. Method Inc., 9199 S. Mountain Laurel Lane, West Jordan UT 84081, is offering their Super-V G Cradle. The foam work cradle measures 24" long, 4" high, and 8" wide. It is firm enough to hold large-scale engines and cars securely in any position for maintenance, yet soft enough not to damage delicate parts. Price: $19.95 + $3 s&h. Website: www.

Rulers of the World
offers over 200 different scale rulers, in three different lengths, for modelers working in a wide variety of different scales, and not just model-railway scales. Some of the rulers the company makes for rail modelers include 1:32, 1:29, 1:24, 1:22.5, 1:20.3, 1:19, and 1:13.7. The rules are available in both imperial and metric configurations. For complete information, visit the company’s website:


G-Scale Graphics, 4118 Clayton Ct., Fort Collins CO 80525, has a new Long Range Transmitter for its RailBoss 4 control systems, which features a range up to 800 feet, twice that of the Standard Transmitter. The transmitter is available for both RailBoss 4 and TrackSide R/C. Price: $114. The company is also bringing back its Enhanced Critter Control, a semi-automatic controller for battery power that features automated station stops and back-and-forth trolley operation. Price: $91.50. Website:


J Barr Texas, 410 Lillard Rd., Suite 206, Arlington TX 76012, has acquired all of the finished 1:20.3-scale bridge inventory, materials, and specialty castings of Lone Star Bridge & Abutment. Finished bridges will continue to be available until all of the parts are exhausted. The Lone Star Bridge website will remain active as long as product is available: www.lone


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