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Boston & Maine

Canadian Pacific (script lettering)

JANUARY 2015 ANNOUNCEMENT

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2nd QUARTER 2015 ARRIVAL

HO CLASSIC RS-3 & RSD-4/5 Locomotive

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www.atlasrr.com/HOLoco/hors3classic8.htm

Well over 1,300 RS-3 road-switcher locomotives were built by ALCO between 1950 and 1956. It can be considered one of the most successful four-axle diesel road-switchers ever produced by the builder. These 1,600hp
locomotives were powered by an ALCO 244 V-12 engine, which was complemented by rugged GE electrical
components. The RS-3 was truly a versatile locomotive. It could be found in virtually every type of service from
passenger and commuter runs to heavy-haul and local freight assignments. Original owners of the RS-3 tended
to be in the eastern and central regions of the US (with heavier concentrations in the northeast and southeast).
During this same time-period, ALCO offered a six-axle road-switcher, which was more commonly found in the
west. The RSD-4/5 was externally very similar to the RS-3, having six-axle trucks as an obvious spotting feature.
They produced the same 1,600hp as an RS-3, but offered increased tractive effort due to the use of a larger
generator. Many RSD-4/5s were assigned to operate in mountainous territory (with varying degrees of success)
on the Southern Pacific, Santa Fe and the Utah Railway.

NEW PAINT
SCHEMES &
ROAD NUMBERS!

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HO MASTER RS-3 & RSD-4/5
Locomotive
FEATURES:
• DCC/Sound version available with LokSound decoder
• Analog version includes an 8-pin socket for DCC
• Includes option of water cooled or air cooled turbo exhaust stack
• Separately-applied handrails and stanchions, including separate drop step detail
• Factory installed AccuMate® couplers
• Dual flywheel-equipped five-pole skewed armature motor for optimum performance at all speeds
• Metal grab irons
• Accurate painting and printing

Canadian Pacific (block lettering)

Sound Features for Gold Series:
(DCC Operation)
• Supports all DCC-programming modes
• Flexible mapping of function keys F0 to F28.
• A total of six DCC function outputs are available
• Follows all NMRA DCC standards and recommended practices.

Great Northern

Seaboard Air Line*
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New York Central*

Analog (DC) Operation:
• The LokSound Select Dual-Mode decoder allows your Atlas Gold Series locomotive to be used on DC
as well as on DCC layouts.
• Please note that the Atlas Quantum Engineer will NOT operate an Atlas Gold Series locomotive
equipped with a LokSound Select decoder on an analog (DC) layout. However, the sound and lighting
functions of the LokSound Select decoder in the Atlas Gold Series RS-3 locomotive can be controlled
by an easy-to-use basic DCC system
• Also note that on a DC-powered layout, a DCC and sound equipped locomotive (such as the Atlas Gold
Series RS-3) CANNOT be consisted with another locomotive that does not also have both DCC and
sound. (This statement does NOT apply to DCC-equipped locomotives operating on a DCC layout.)
Sound Functionality:
• Over 20 sound effects are available, including engine start-up and shutdown, prime mover sounds
through all eight notches, bell, air horn, air compressor, dynamic brakes and more.
• There are 16 user-selectable horns, 2 user-selectable bells, and 2 user-selectable synchronized brake
squeals.
• Manual and Automatic Notching modes with the ability to change modes ”on the fly” are provided
for true realism.

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Pittsburgh & Lake Erie*

Road Name/Road Numbers
RS-3 Locomotive    
Undecorated (water-cooled exhaust)
Undecorated (air-cooled exhaust)
NEW ROAD NUMBERS    
Boston & Maine 1535, 1542
Canadian Pacific 8439, 8452 (script lettering)
Canadian Pacific 8448 (block lettering)
Great Northern 222, 230
Seaboard Air Line* 1641, 1648
New York Central* 8235, 8241
NEW PAINT SCHEMES    
Pittsburgh & Lake Erie* 8353, 8356
Jersey Central 1541, 1547
RSD-4/5 Locomotive    
Undecorated (water-cooled exhaust)
Undecorated (air-cooled exhaust)
NEW ROAD NUMBERS    
Santa Fe 2101, 2105
NEW PAINT SCHEMES    
Chesapeake & Ohio* 5575, 5580
Milwaukee Road 573, 575
MSRP:

FUEL

Jersey Central

Santa Fe

Chesapeake & Ohio*

Milwaukee Road

Silver Item #

Gold Item #

10 000 062
10 001 927

10 001 310
10 001 950

10 001 928-10 001 929
10 001 930-10 001 931
10 001 932
10 001 933-10 001 934
10 001 935-10 001 936
10 001 937-10 001 938

10 001 951-10 001 952
10 001 953-10 001 954
10 001 955
10 001 956-10 001 957
10 001 958-10 001 959
10 001 960-10 001 961

10 001 939-10 001 940
10 001 941-10 001 942

10 001 962-10 001 963
10 001 964-10 001 965

10 000 525
10 001 943

10 001 323
10 001 966

10 001 944-10 001 945

10 001 967-10 001 968

10 001 946-10 001 947
10 001 969-10 001 970
10 001 948-10 001 949
10 001 971-10 001 972
$149.95 $259.95

*CSX Licensed Product

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NEW PAINT
SCHEMES &
ROAD NUMBERS!

Lehigh & Hudson River¥

Seaboard Coast Line*¥

FEBRUARY 2015 ANNOUNCEMENT

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HO MASTER C420 Locomotive

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www.atlasrr.com/HOLoco/hoc420e.htm

ALCO built a total of 131 Century 420 locomotives between 1963 and 1969, when the builder ceased all new
locomotive production.
Powered by a 12-cylinder, turbocharged, 2,000-hp 251-series prime mover, the C420’s direct competitor in 1963
was the EMD GP18. In fact, EMD did not offer a 12-cylinder, 2,000-hp prime mover until the GP39 model was
produced in 1969. The shorter 12-cylinder engine block allowed the C420 to have its distinctive set-back cab
and extended short hood.
The first road to purchase the C420 was the Lehigh & Hudson River, with its first two units built in 1963. The largest
fleet was purchased by the Long Island Railroad, with 30 units built between 1963 and 1968. All were equipped
with a high short hood which housed a steam generator for passenger service. Over time, the largest fleet of
C420s was amassed by the Louisville & Nashville. While only 26 units were purchased new, their total fleet grew
to well over 60 units through mergers and acquisitions. The C420 can still be found in daily service today in the
US. Currently the largest fleet of C420s is operated by the Arkansas & Missouri Railroad.
This run of Atlas C420 Locomotives feature Phase 2 versions, featuring both Low & High Nose models. Early
phase 2 locomotives feature phase 1-style walkways/sills with stanchions mounted into the top walkway deck
(referred to as “Phase 2a” models). Later phase 2 locomotives feature a revised configuration where the stanchions are mounted to the sides of the sill (referred to as “Phase 2b” models). Phase 2a production ran from
December 1964 through September 1965. Phase 2b units were produced from December 1965 through the
end of C420 locomotive production in August 1968.

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MASTER HO C420 Locomotive
FEATURES:
• Redesigned AAR type B truck sideframes with optional bearing covers
• Flat or “step” pilots used where appropriate
• Long hood with or without dynamic brake detail used where appropriate
• 3,100 gallon fuel tank
• Long Island Railroad units will feature correct air horn placement and include smoke deflectors for
the long hood, as well as Hi-Ad trucks

Cuyahoga Valley Scenic¥

Additional features include:
• Separately-applied scale detail parts include: windshield wipers, metal grab irons, coupler cut levers,
multiple-unit hoses, train line hoses, fine scale handrails, drop steps, cab sun shades and more!
• See through step detail on sill
• Etched metal radiator walkway
• Painted crew members
• Factory-equipped with AccuMate® knuckle couplers
• Coupler pocket designed to accept AccuMate® Proto-couplers
• Five-pole skewed armature motor with dual flywheels for optimum performance at all speeds
• Directional lighting with golden-white LEDs

Guilford (Delaware & Hudson)

Atlas Master™ Series Silver Additional Features:
• NMRA 8-pin plug for DCC (Decoder-ready)

Tennessee Central

Atlas Master™ Series Gold Additional Features:
• Gold versions will be sound equipped
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Road Name/Road Numbers
Silver Item #
Gold Item #
C420 Ph.2a Low Nose LOCOMOTIVE    
Undecorated (w/o nose light, w/ DB)
10 001 973
10 001 998
New PAINT SCHEME
Seaboard Coast Line*¥ 1215, 1224, 1236 10 001 974-10 001 976 10 001 999-10 011 001
C420 Ph.2b Low Nose LOCOMOTIVE    
Undecorated (w/o nose light, w/ DB)
10 001 977
10 011 002
New ROAD NUMBERS
Lehigh & Hudson River¥ 23, 28
10 001 978-10 001 979 10 011 003-10 011 004
New PAINT SCHEMES
Cuyahoga Valley Scenic¥ 365
10 001 980
10 011 005
Guilford (Delaware & Hudson) 420

10 001 981
10 011 006
Tennessee Central 400, 401
10 001 982-10 001 983 10 011 007-10 011 008
C420 Ph.2a High Nose LOCOMOTIVE    
Undecorated (w/ DB)
10 001 984
10 011 009
New PAINT SCHEME
Norfolk & Western¥ 413, 417
10 001 985-10 001 986 10 011 010-10 011 011
Norfolk & Western (w/ NW)¥ 415, 416 10 001 987-10 001 988 10 011 012-10 011 013
C420 Ph.2b High Nose LOCOMOTIVE    
Undecorated (w/o DB)
10 001 989
10 011 014
New PAINT SCHEMES
Long Island 224, 226, 229
10 001 990-10 001 992 10 011 015-10 011 017
Long Island (Wave Scheme) 222, 225, 227 10 001 993-10 001 995 10 011 018-10 011 020
Louisville & Nashville* 1318, 1319
10 001 996-10 001 997 10 011 021-10 011 022
Undecorated MSRP:
$159.95 $249.95
MSRP:
$169.95 $259.95

Norfolk & Western¥

Norfolk & Western (w/ NW)¥

Long Island

222

Long Island (Wave Scheme)

*CSX Licensed Product
¥includes dynamic brake detail

Louisville & Nashville*

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Chessie System (C&O)*

NEW PAINT
SCHEMES &
ROAD NUMBERS!

MARCH 2015 ANNOUNCEMENT

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HO MASTER B23-7/30-7 Locomotive

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www.atlasrr.com/HOLoco/hob307c.htm

General Electric’s “Dash 7” locomotive line was introduced as a replacement for the older “Universal-Series” of
the 60s and early 70s. “Dash 7” series improvements included increased fuel efficiency, tractive effort and reliability. The B23-7 was a direct replacement for the 2,250HP U23B model, while the B30-7 replaced the 3,000HP
U30B. The first B23-7s were produced for Conrail in September, 1977, and the first B30-7s were produced for
Frisco three months later.
B23-7 production continued through 1984, with a total of 535 units built. Conrail was the largest purchaser of
the model, with a total fleet of 141 units. 199 B30-7s were produced through 1981, with the combined fleets of
Southern Pacific and Cotton Belt being the largest at 110 units.
Several features distinguished B23-7s and B30-7s from predecessor models. The long hood stepped outward in
the area of the exhaust stack to accommodate a relocated oil cooler. In addition, the frame was 2 feet longer
than that of the U23B. An FB-2 style truck was offered as standard equipment, but some railroads opted to use
“trade-in” trucks. Therefore, AAR type B and Blomberg trucks could be found on some models. Six power assembly doors (located near the center of the long hood) indicated that the B23-7 was powered by a 12-cylinder GE FDL engine. Eight power assembly doors in the same location help to identify the B30-7, which included
a 16-cylinder FDL engine.

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Locomotive
optional/road name specific FEATURES:
• Pilots with and without anti-climber
• Cab headlights or low-nose headlights
• Cab with 4 or 2 side windows
• Phase 1 or 2 sill/chassis used where appropriate
• Bell mounted under the sill or on the long hood
• FB-2, AAR type B, or Blomberg truck side-frames used where appropriate per road name

CSX yg*

Additional Features:
• Separately-applied scale detail parts include: windshield wipers, metal grab irons, coupler cut levers,
multiple-unit hoses, snow plow, train line hoses, fine scale handrails, and more!
• See through step detail on sill
• Etched metal radiator grilles
• Painted crew members
• Factory-equipped with AccuMate® knuckle couplers
• Coupler pocket designed to accept AccuMate® Proto-couplers
• Five-pole skewed armature motor with dual flywheels for optimum performance at all speeds
• Directional lighting

CSX y*

Atlas Master™ Series Silver Additional Features:
• NMRA 8-pin plug for DCC (Decoder-ready)
Missouri Pacific

Atlas Master™ Series Gold Additional Features:
• Gold locomotives will be sound-equipped.
9131

9131

NdeM

Cotton Belt

Southern Pacific

Road Name/Road Numbers
B23-7 Locomotive    
Undecorated - “Phase 1”
Low Nose with Nose H/L, no anticlimber
Undecorated - “Phase 2”
Low Nose w/o Nose H/L, no anticlimber
NEW PAINT SCHEMES    
CSX yg* 3100, 3143
CSX y* 3103, 3109
Missouri Pacific 4611, 4619, 4627
NdeM 9131, 9138
B30-7 Locomotive    
Undecorated - “Phase 1”
Low Nose with Nose H/L, no anticlimber
Undecorated - “Phase 2”
Low Nose w/o Nose H/L, no anticlimber
NEW ROAD NUMBERS    
Chessie System (C&O)* 8267, 8274, 8277
NEW PAINT SCHEMES    
Cotton Belt 7777, 7788
Southern Pacific 7823, 7850
East Penn Railway 7811, 7874
MSRP:

Silver Item #

Gold Item #

10 002 050

10 002 061

10 002 051

10 002 062

10 002 052-10 002 053
10 002 054-10 002 055
10 002 056-10 002 058
10 002 059-10 002 060

10 002 063-10 002 064
10 002 065-10 002 066
10 002 067-10 002 069
10 002 070-10 002 071

10 002 072

10 002 083

10 002 073

10 002 084

10 002 074-10 002 076

10 002 085-10 002 087

10 002 077-10 002 078
10 002 088-10 002 089
10 002 079-10 002 080
10 002 090-10 002 091
10 002 081-10 002 082
10 002 092-10 002 093
$169.95 $279.95

*CSX Licensed Product (Previous run model shown)

EAST PENN RAILWAYS

ESPN

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Chicago & North Western (Safety Yellow)

SAND FILL

ENGINE WATER FILL

DRAIN FILL

OWNERSHIP SUBJECT TO A SECURITY AGREEMENT FILED
WITH THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

EMERGENCY FUEL SHUT OFF

WATCH YOUR
STEP

WATCH YOUR
STEP

Norfolk Southern

APRIL 2015 ANNOUNCEMENT

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HO MASTER MP15DC Locomotive

HO
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www.atlasrr.com/HOLoco/homp15f.htm

The 1500hp MP15DC was designed by EMD as a replacement model for the successful SW1500 switcher. The
longer frame of the MP15DC allowed for increased fuel capacity and the use of Blomberg road trucks; increased sand capacity was also offered as an option. The first MP15DCs were built for Missouri Pacific in February 1974 and a total of 351 units were produced through the end of production in January 1983.
The MP15DC is a versatile locomotive that is employed by both large and small railroads across North America
in road freight and yard switching duties. It was also purchased by several non-railroad corporations for use in
plant switching service.
Atlas’ model includes the three different styles of long hood that were common to the MP15DC throughout
production: standard hood, hood with square air filter box and hood with angled air filter box (the air filter box
is located in the area immediately ahead of the cab). In addition, various styles of hood and cab-end sand
boxes are being offered.

NEW PAINT
SCHEMES!

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Locomotive
FEATURES:
• Three different hood styles (angled air filter box, square air filter box, standard hood)
• Exhaust stacks: with or without muffler
• Long hood sand fill: recessed or extended
• Rear sand fill: Three variations of sand boxes behind cab
• Pilot: standard or with snow plow

Seaboard System*

ADDITIONAL FEATURES:
• Separately-applied scale detail parts include: windshield wipers, metal grab irons, coupler cut levers,
multiple-unit hoses, snow plow, train line hoses, fine scale handrails, and more!
• See through step detail on sill
• Etched metal radiator grilles
• Painted crew members
• Factory-equipped with AccuMate® knuckle couplers
• Coupler pocket designed to accept AccuMate® Proto-couplers
• Five-pole skewed armature motor with dual flywheels for optimum performance at all speeds
• Directional lighting with golden-white LEDs
• Painted crew members

Southern Railway of British Columbia

Atlas Master® Series Silver Additional FEATURES:
• NMRA 8-pin plug for DCC (Decoder-ready)
Atlas Master® Series GOLD Additional FEATURES:
• Gold Series will be sound-equipped
Union Railroad

Road Name/Road Numbers
Undecorated - Standard hood
Undecorated - Square air filter box
Undecorated - Tapered air filter box
New paint schemes    
Chicago & North Western 1308, 1311, 1316
Norfolk Southern 2406, 2422, 2432
Seaboard System* 5030, 5031
Southern Railway of British Columbia 151, 153
Union Railroad 22, 23, 33
US Steel 170
NdeM π 8805, 8837, 8849
TFM π 1026, 1030, 1034
MSRP:

US Steel

Silver Item #
10 011 023
10 011 024
10 011 025





Gold Item #
10 011 046
10 011 047
10 011 048

10 011 026-10 011 028 10 011 049-10 011 051
10 011 029-10 011 031 10 011 052-10 011 054
10 011 032-10 011 033 10 011 055-10 011 056
10 011 034-10 011 035 10 011 057-10 011 058
10 011 036-10 011 038 10 011 059-10 011 061
10 011 039
10 011 062
10 011 040-10 011 042 10 011 063-10 011 065
10 011 043-10 011 045 10 011 066-10 011 068
$169.95 $279.95

*CSX Licensed Product
π = Prototype is an SW1504 which is similar in appearance to the MP15DC model

N de M π

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Erie Lackawanna

Rio Grande

JUNE 2015 ANNOUNCEMENT

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HO MASTER GP7 LOCOMOTIVE

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www.atlasrr.com/HOLoco/hogp7a.htm

Introduced in 1949, the Electro-Motive 1500hp GP-7 combined the machinery of the F7 with a hood-type carbody that offered high visibility and easy engine access. The GP-7 was used in pulling every conceivable type
of train and was sometimes substituted for part of a set of cab units.

NEW PAINT
SCHEMES &
ROAD NUMBERS!

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HO MASTER GP7 LOCOMOTIVE
FEATURES:
• NEW Die-cast tooling for frame/sill
• Optional 800 gallon or 1,600 gallon fuel tank
• Fine scale handrails and stanchions
• Golden-white LEDs
• Painted hand rails
• Five-pole skewed armature motor with dual flywheels for optimum performance at all speeds
• Directional lighting
• Factory-equipped with AccuMate® knuckle couplers
• Separately-applied wire grab irons
• MU hoses and coupler cut bars
• Two painted crew members
• NMRA 8 pin plug for DCC

Rio Grande

Santa Fe

DCC Operation FEATURES:
• Supports all DCC-programming modes
• Flexible mapping of function keys F0 to F28.
• A total of six DCC function outputs are available
• Follows all NMRA DCC standards and recommended practices.
Analog (DC) Operation FEATURES:
• The LokSound Select Dual-Mode decoder allows your Atlas Gold Series locomotive to be used on DC
as well as on DCC layouts.
• Please note that the Atlas Quantum Engineer will NOT operate an Atlas Gold Series locomotive
equipped with a LokSound Select decoder on an analog (DC) layout. However, the sound and
lighting functions of the LokSound Select decoder in the Atlas Gold Series DASH 8 locomotive can be
controlled by an easy-to-use basic DCC system
• Also note that on a DC-powered layout, a DCC and sound equipped locomotive (such as the Atlas
Gold Series DASH 8) CANNOT be consisted with another locomotive that does not also have both
DCC and sound. (This statement does NOT apply to DCC-equipped locomotives operating on a DCC
layout.)

Seaboard Air Line*

Sound Functionality FEATURES:
• Over 20 sound effects are available, including engine start-up and shutdown, prime mover sounds
through all eight notches, bell, air horn, air compressor, dynamic brakes and more.
• There are 16 user-selectable horns, 2 user-selectable bells, and 2 user-selectable synchronized brake
squeals.
• Manual and Automatic Notching modes with the ability to change modes ”on the fly” are provided
for true realism.

Canadian National

Road Name/Road Numbers
Undecorated (no D/B)
Undecorated (D/B)
New ROAD NUMBERS    
Erie Lackawanna 1220, 1235, 1244
New PAINT SCHEME    
Rio Grande 5100

New ROAD NUMBERS    
Rio Grande 5102
Santa Fe 2712, 2731, 2761
Seaboard Air Line* 1731, 1735, 1742
New PAINT SCHEMES    
Canadian National 4801, 4820, 4822
MKT 107, 112, 114
Rock Island 1201, 1204, 1208
Toronto Hamilton & Buffalo 71, 73, 76
MSRP:

MKT

Rock Island

Silver Item #
10 002 000
10 002 001

Gold Item #
10 002 025
10 002 026

10 002 002-10 002 004

10 002 027-10 002 029

10 002 005

10 002 030

10 002 006
10 002 007-10 002 009
10 002 010-10 002 012

10 002 031
10 002 032-10 002 034
10 002 035-10 002 037

10 002 013-10 002 015
10 002 016-10 002 018
10 002 019-10 002 021
10 002 022-10 002 024
$159.95

10 002 038-10 002 040
10 002 041-10 002 043
10 002 044-10 002 046
10 002 047-10 002 049
$269.95

*CSX Licensed Product (Previous run models shown)

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ADM (Molecule)±

DOWX 40037

DOT 111 A 100 W-6

DOWX 40037
LD LMT 191500 LB 86850 KG
LT WT 71500 LB 32450 KG NEW 2-96

PLATE

C

OWNED BY DOW RAILCAR STATUTORY TRUST-1999
AS OWNER, AND LEASED TO DOW CHEMICAL
COMPANY

MAXIMUM OPERATING PRESSURE FOR
HEATER COILS 150 PSI
EXTERIOR HEATER PIPES
NO INLET OR OUTLET
PIPE CAPS REQUIRED

BUILT 2–OO TTC TX
SIGMA 5476/5523 2-00

VENT TANK WHN UNLOADING

INLET

2 INCH HF COMP SHOES

OUTLET

VALVE ATTACHED
TO OUTLET

2 INCH HF COMP SHOES

2 INCH HF COMP SHOES

2 INCH HF COMP SHOES

Dana Railcare≠

Dow Chemical≠

CONSULT OWNER BEFORE
REPAIRING OR CLEANING THIS TANK
PROTECT INTERIOR COATING
WHEN ENTERING TANK
WEAR CLEAN RUBBER OVERSHOES
TOOLS MUST BE PROTECTED

AB
AB

LUB
NO

CPI
PM
PAINT

LUB
BLT

HP 200 PSI

6 - 69 REBLT

7 – 10

EXT HTR PIPES
NO INLET OR OUTLET
PIPE CAPS REQ

DB-10
DB-20

NO

5 – 99
5 – 99
5 – 99

UTC 01
UTC 01
UTC 01

SIGMA 5483/5529

BLT - 5 - 99

INLET

OUTLET

BOT OPR VALVE
PAINTED 5 - 99
SHOP UTC-1
SYSTEM 322 C
GAUGE TABLE NO. 3 5 5 1

2 INCH HF COMP SHOES

2 INCH HF COMP SHOES

Southern Pacific±

Union Carbide≠

JANUARY 2015 ANNOUNCEMENT

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HO MASTER 23,500 GALLON TANK CAR

www.atlasrr.com/HOFreight/ho235tank5.htm

The 23,500 gallon tank car was originally built by ACF® Industries as a general-purpose, single-compartment insulated
car that was also coiled and non-pressurized. Our model represents cars built from 1969 and that are still in service
today. A wide variety of products can be transported in this size and type of tank car, making it a popular choice for
transporting goods. Products that are commonly transported include asphalt, ethanol, fuel oil, metal sodium, molten
phenol, paraffin wax, tallow, urethane polyol, and vegetable oil.
FEATURES:
• Separately molded brake line plumbing
• Ultra-thin handrails
• Tank fittings and safety placards
• 100-ton roller-bearing trucks
• Brake wheel chain detail
• Accurate painting and lettering
• Factory-installed AccuMate® magnetic knuckle couplers
≠ Paint schemes accurate for similar insulated coiled type T106 tank cars.
± Alternate history paint schemes

Road Name/Road Numbers
Undecorated
New PAINT SCHEMES
ADM (Molecule)± 23000, 23017, 23099
Dana Railcare≠ 123033, 123037, 123042
Dow Chemical≠ 40033, 40037, 40040
Southern Pacific± 67650, 67655, 67699
Union Carbide≠ 400140, 400151, 400175
Undecorated MSRP:
MSRP:

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20 003 196
20 003 161-20 003 163
20 003 164-20 003 166
20 003 167-20 003 169
20 003 170-20 003 172
20 003 173-20 003 175
$31.95
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Baltimore & Ohio*

Bessemer & Lake Erie

Lackawanna

Central of Georgia

Milwaukee Road

Clinchfield*

Nickel Plate Road

Interstate

NEW YORK CHICAGO & ST. LOUIS RAILROAD
SECOND EQUIPMENT TRUST OF 1942,
GUARANTY TRUST COMPANY OF NEW YORK,
TRUSTEE, OWNER, LESSOR.

Montour

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HO TRAINMAN® 2-BAY OFFSET HOPPER
www.atlastrainman.com/HOFreight/tmho2bay.htm

Atlas’ version of the 2-Bay Offset Side Hopper with Flat
ends is modeled after the open hoppers that were built in
the 1930s and the 1940s to transport coal. Some railroads
specified round ends, or heap shields, to increase the car’s
capacity and reduce spillage during transit.

NEW PAINT
SCHEMES &
ROAD NUMBERS!

FEATURES:
• Ready-to-run
• Blackened metal wheels
• Free-rolling 50-ton trucks
• Detailed brake gear
• Body mounted AccuMate® knuckle couplers
• Prototypical painting and lettering
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Road Name/Road Numbers
Item #
Undecorated (flat end)
20 003 137
New PAINT SCHEMES – Flat End
Baltimore & Ohio* 727123, 727368
20 003 138-20 003 139
Baltimore & Ohio* 3-Pack 727010,727245,727404 20 003 140
Bessemer & Lake Erie 50090, 50362
20 003 141-20 003 142
Central of Georgia 21506, 21660
20 003 143-20 003 144
Lackawanna 85177, 85401
20 003 145-20 003 146
Milwaukee Road 94253, 94537
20 003 147-20 003 148
Milwaukee Road 3-Pack 94304,94701,94887
20 003 149
Undecorated (round end)
New ROAD NUMBERS – Round End
Clinchfield* 47057, 47365

Clinchfield* 3-Pack 47183, 47318, 47411
Montour 18108, 18214
Nickel Plate Road 33145, 33227
Nickel Plate Road 3-Pack 33104,33178, 33261
New PAINT SCHEME – ROUND End
Interstate 9584, 9640
Undecorated MSRP:
MSRP:
3-Pack MSRP:

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20 003 151-20 003 152
20 003 153
20 003 154-20 003 155
20 003 156-20 003 157
20 003 158
20 003 159-20 003 160
$15.95
$21.95
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ADM Corn Sweeteners

LINED CAR - DO NOT EXCEED 25 PSIG
SATURATED STEAM INTO HEATER COILS

OUTLET

INLET

2 INCH HF COMP SHOES

2 INCH HF COMP SHOES

Cargill

Dow Chemical£

Occidental Chemical£

CAUSTIC SODA

DOT 111 A 100 W-3

MAXIMUM OPERATING PRESSURE
FOR HEATER COILS 25 PSI
DO NOT HEAT TANK ABOVE 200˚F
EXTERIOR HEATING PIPE
NO INLET OR OUTLET
PIPE CAPS REQUIRED
VENT TANK WHEN UNLOADING

2 INCH HF COMP SHOES

FIBERGLASS INSULATION
DO NOT EXCEED 450 F

DOT 111A100W1

NO VACUUM
RELIEF DEVICE

PAINT - CARBOLINE 876 HS

4” FIBERGLASS INSULATION
DO NO EXCEED 450˚

DB-10
DB-20

LUB
NO

BLT- 9-99 REBLT- -

PAINT -SIGMA 5476/5529-S-114
TRN - TXIX
9-99

2 INCH HF COMP SHOES

2 INCH HF COMP SHOES

Rampart Range

Univar Canada, Ltd£

Southern Pacific±

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HO MASTER 17,600 GALLON CORN SYRUP TANK CAR

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www.atlasrr.com/HOFreight/hotrinity6.htm

The prototype for the 17,600 Gallon Corn Syrup Tank Car was built in large numbers by Trinity Industries between 1984
and 1998. Of the over 7,000 cars that were built, most are still in active service today.
These tank cars are commonly used to transport varying grades of Corn Syrup, Liquid Sugar, and Molasses from processing facilities to bulk distribution centers and other end-users throughout the US and Canada. They are a very common sight on today’s railroads, and they have been for two decades.
FEATURES:
• Two separate styles of manway / platform / ladder arrangements
(used as appropriate per road name).
• Fine scale railings
• Separately applied brake rigging
• Separately applied manway “clamshell”-style cover
(used when appropriate per road name)
• 100-Ton Roller Bearing Trucks
NEW PAINT
• Accurate painting and printing
• Full stand-alone brake system details
SCHEMES!
• Bottom outlet valve detail
• Highly detailed body with prototypical jacket seams
• See-through top platform grating
• AccuMate® couplers

Road Name/Road Numbers
Undecorated (ADM/MCP)
Undecorated (Cargill)
New Paint Schemes
ADM Corn Sweeteners 16520, 16821, 17012
Cargill 6213, 6231, 6237

Dow Chemical£ 72026, 72032, 72042
Occidental Chemical£ 112028, 112039, 112048
Rampart Range 515, 538, 598
Southern Pacific± 67700,67026, 67749
Univar Canada, Ltd£ 70703, 70713, 70737
Undecorated MSRP:
MSRP:

£ Paint schemes accurate for similar insulated coiled type T104 tank cars.
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20 003 194
20 003 195
20 003 176-20 003 178
20 003 179-20 003 181
20 003 182-20 003 184
20 003 185-20 003 187
20 003 188-20 003 190
20 003 191-20 003 193
20 003 219-20 003 221
$35.95
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Ann Arbor

BN
405
CAR EQUIPPED WITH LOW
FRICTION COMPOSTION
BRAKE SHOES

LD LMT
LT WT

SF
625

American Potash & Chemical

EXW 10-6 H 13-9
EW 10 -1 H 14-0
CUFT 3010

201500
61500

CAR EQUIPPED WITH LOW
FRICTION COMPOSTION
BRAKE SHOES

BNSF∞

BLT
3-57

COTS
2-75
ICG
CE

RCD

LUB
48
2-10-75
ICG
CE

Great Northern

Pittsburgh & West Virginia

Rutland

INSP
2-75
ICG
CE
ICG

IDT
2-75
ICG
CE

Illinois Central Gulf

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HO TRAINMAN® PS-2 COVERED HOPPER
www.atlastrainman.com/HOFreight/tmhops2.htm

Covered hoppers are a relatively new car family. The AAR considered these “special” cars until the 1980s when they
finally got their own car type code category. These early covered hopper designs were built primarily for more efficient
cement loading and unloading (previously cement was bagged and placed in box cars). This two-bay covered hopper car design was built by Pullman-Standard starting in the late 1940s with production continuing into the 1950s. This
car features eight round roof hatches for quick loading. Two large gravity gates were used to discharge the commodity as quickly as possible. Capacity is rated at 2,003 cubic foot.
FEATURES:
• 50-ton friction bearing or 70-ton roller bearing trucks
(as appropriate by road name)
• Detailed brake gear
• Accumate® couplers
• Prototypical painting and printing
∞ prototype is a slightly larger 3010 cu ft Pullman-Standard
covered hopper car

NEW PAINT
SCHEMES!
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Road Name/Road Numbers
Undecorated
New Paint Schemes
Ann Arbor 527, 560, 581
American Potash & Chemical 31317, 31331
BNSF∞ 405625, 405648, 405649
Duluth Missabe & Iron Range 4972, 4987
Great Northern 71430, 71477, 71492
Illinois Central Gulf 701735, 701755, 701770
Pittsburgh & West Virginia 1955, 1971, 1990
Rutland 500, 504, 513
Undecorated MSRP:
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20 002 370
20 003 197-20 003 199
20 003 200-20 003 201
20 003 202-20 003 204
20 003 205-20 003 206
20 003 207-20 003 209
20 003 210-20 003 212
20 003 213-20 003 215
20 003 216-20 003 218
$18.95
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Frisco

Maine Central

Monon*

New York Central*

Santa Fe

Southern Pacific

MARCH 2015 ANNOUNCEMENT

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HO MASTER 50’ DOUBLE DOOR BOX CAR
www.atlasrr.com/HOFreight/ho50ddboxcar1.htm

At the end of World War II, railroads ordered large numbers of 50’ AAR boxcars with a standard design that was first
widely used in the late 1940s. This design was based on the original 1937 AAR design but was modified in the post-war
era to include: improved dreadnaught end and diagonal panel roofs with standard or overhanging design. These 50’
box cars were a common sight on American railroads well into the 1970s and 1980s.
FEATURES:
• State of the art highly detailed tooling
• Add-on ladders, grabs and detail parts
• Early or late Improved Dreadnaught, “Dartnot” and Despatch ends
• Diagonal panel (DP), overhanging DP or Despatch roofs
• Correct fishbelly design side sills
• 7’ and 8’ Youngstown doors over a 15’ door opening
• Fully detailed underframe
• Free rolling trucks with metal wheelsets
• Prototypical paint schemes
*CSX Licensed Product

Road Name/Road Numbers
Undecorated
New PAINT SCHEMES
Frisco 7004, 7090
Maine Central 9008, 9044

Monon* 1439, 1433

New York Central* 43663, 43630
Santa Fe 42722, 42759
Southern Pacific 192866, 192862
Undecorated MSRP:
MSRP:

Item #
20 002 494
20 003 312-20 003 313
20 003 314-20 003 315
20 003 316-20 003 317
20 003 318-20 003 319
20 003 320-20 003 321
20 003 322-20 003 323
$29.95
$35.95

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SCHEMES!
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ROTARY
COUPLER
END

RADIANT THAW
HEAT ONLY
MAX ALUMINUM
TEMP 250˚F

CIT Group

RADIANT THAW
HEAT ONLY
MAX ALUMINUM
TEMP 250˚F

RADIANT THAW
HEAT ONLY
MAX ALUMINUM
TEMP 250˚F
2 INCH TREAD COND SHOES

2 INCH TREAD COND SHOES

Conrail

NS
10

Great Northern±

725

RADIANT THAW
HEAT ONLY
MAX ALUMINUM
TEMP 250˚F

RADIANT THAW
HEAT ONLY
MAX ALUMINUM
TEMP 250˚F

Norfolk Southern (Yellow ends)

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BNSF (Circle-Cross logo)

Norfolk Southern (Thoroughbred)

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HO TRAINMAN® ALUMINUM COAL GONDOLA
www.atlastrainman.com/HOFreight/tmhoalumcoalgon.htm

Transporting coal on the railways has been around as long as the railways. Two major types of cars emerged for hauling coal; hoppers and gondolas. The earlier cars were made of wood, then steel, and later aluminum. The lighter
weight of aluminum allows greater lading and cubic foot capacities ideal for bulk mineral transport. By the 1980s, both
coal hoppers and coal gondolas were using aluminum bodies in their construction.
The Trainman® aluminum coal gondola model represents a typical Association of American Railroads car type code
J311, a gondola car with a load limit greater than 185,000 lbs, depressed bottom, and 36’ to 48’ interior length. Typical
of these cars is the rotary coupler usually signified by a contrasting colour on one or, both ends. The Trainman model
has thirteen side stakes and a double tub bottom. Gross Rail Loading is rated at 286,000 lbs.

NEW PAINT
SCHEMES!

FEATURES:
• Weighted underframes
• True scale dimensions with accurate details
• Equipped with AccuMate® Knuckle Couplers.
• Trucks equipped with free-rolling wheels
• Accurate painting and lettering

± Alternate History paint schemes
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Road Name/Road Numbers
Undecorated
New Paint Schemes
BNSF (Circle-Cross logo) 669400, 669455, 669483, 669591
CIT Group (Red & Black ends) ** 44368, 44374, 44375, 44383
Conrail 507400, 507792, 507891, 508800
Great Northern± 175002, 175030, 175500, 175899
Norfolk Southern (Yellow ends) 10725, 10727, 10750, 10797
Norfolk Southern (Thoroughbred) 52001, 52021, 52052, 52125
Undecorated MSRP:
MSRP:

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20 003 273-20 003 276
20 003 277-20 003 280
20 003 281-20 003 284
20 003 285-20 003 288
20 003 289-20 003 292
20 003 293-20 003 296
$21.95
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Lackawanna

Muncie & Western

Santa Fe - “Grand Canyon”

Santa Fe - “The Chief”

Southern Pacific

Western Pacific

APRIL 2015 ANNOUNCEMENT

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HO MASTER USRA STEEL REBUILT BOX CAR
www.atlasrr.com/HOFreight/hosteelrebuilt4.htm

By the beginning of WWII, the majority of the classic USRA double-sheathed box cars and their clones were rebuilt with
steel sides. More rebuilds followed in the late 1940s and early 1950s. By late 1948, close to 14,000 of the original 24,500
USRA double-sheathed cars had been rebuilt with quite a degree of variation including the end, door and underframe. These steel side rebuilds were far more popular than their single-sheathed counterparts.

FEATURES:
NEW PAINT
• Ready-to-run
SCHEMES!
• Highly detailed body
• 8 or 10-Panel body per prototype
• 7-8 or 5-5-5 panel ends as per the prototype
• Accurate painting and printing
• Brake detail
• AccuMate® couplers
• Opening door
• Fishbelly or Straight underframe as per prototype
• Separately applied wire grabs and side ladders
• Inside height of model may vary from prototype

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Road Name/Road Numbers
Undecorated (5-5-5 End, 10-Panel, Ladder, Fishbelly Sill)
Undecorated (5-5-5 End, 10-Panel, Ladder, Standard Sill)
Undecorated (5-5-5 End, 8-Panel, Ladder, Fishbelly SIll)
New PAINT SCHEMES
Lackawanna 48001, 48008
Muncie & Western 1301, 1320
Santa Fe - “Grand Canyon” 149007, 149149

Santa Fe - “The Chief” 144850, 148888
Southern Pacific 26363, 27118
Western Pacific 14505, 14522
Undecorated MSRP:
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20 003 363
20 003 364
20 003 365
20 003 366-20 003 367
20 003 368-20 003 369
20 003 370-20 003 371
20 003 372-20 003 373
20 003 374-20 003 375
20 003 376-20 003 377
$31.95
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Bangor & Aroostook

Lackawanna

Great Northern

Conrail

Reading

Rio Grande

MAY 2015 ANNOUNCEMENT

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HO MASTER 50’ Postwar Single Door Box Car
www.atlasrr.com/HOFreight/ho50sdboxcar2.htm

At the end of World War II, railroads ordered large numbers of 50’ AAR boxcars with a standard design that was first
widely used in the late 1940s. This design was based on the original 1937 AAR design but was modified in the post-war
era to include: improved dreadnaught end and diagonal panel roofs with standard or overhanging design. These 50’
boxcars were a common sight on American railroads well into the 1970s and 1980s.

FEATURES:
• Details such as separately applied ladders and grab irons
• Three different side sill styles - straight, tabbed and fishbelly
• 8’ & 9’ Superior or Youngstown doors
• Fully detailed underframe
• Free rolling trucks with metal wheelsets
• Accurate printing and prototypical paint schemes

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Road Name/Road Numbers
Undecorated - 8’ Door
Undecorated - 9’ Door
New PAINT SCHEMES
Bangor & Aroostook 10137, 10195
Lackawanna 12014, 12060
Great Northern 595968, 596049
Conrail 155403, 261132
Reading 115457, 115874
Rio Grande 64057, 64064
Undecorated MSRP:
MSRP:

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20 001 448
20 003 378
20 003 379-20 003 380
20 003 381-20 003 382
20 003 383-20 003 384
20 003 385-20 003 386
20 003 387-20 003 388
20 003 389-20 003 390
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Joan of Arc

Monarch Brewing Company

Peoria Creamery Company

Puget Sound Butter & Egg Co.

Schlosser Brothers

Stokely’s Vegetables

White House Milk

MAY 2015 ANNOUNCEMENT

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HO MASTER 40’ WOOD REEFER
www.atlasrr.com/HOFreight/ho40reefer4.htm

This highly detailed model is based on the 40’ wood refrigerator cars built by Pullman for the Northern Refrigerator Car
Co. in 1930. With its rooftop ice hatches, USRA-style fish belly underframe and vertical brake shaft, it is representative of
the thousands of similar cars that were built during the “Billboard” era of American railroads.

FEATURES:
• Separate door bars, grab irons, ladders and cut bars
• Two different styles of roof hatch (where appropriate)
• Fully detailed underbody
• Accurate paint & lettering

NEW PAINT
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Road Name/Road Numbers
Undecorated
New PAINT SCHEMES
Joan of Arc 12520, 12521
Monarch Brewing Company 9901, 9904
Peoria Creamery Company 1550, 1551
Puget Sound Butter & Egg Co. 1006, 1009
Schlosser Brothers 110, 111
Stokely’s Vegetables 12932, 12933
White House Milk 1107, 1108
Undecorated MSRP:
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20 001 465
20 003 297-20 003 298
20 003 299-20 003 300
20 003 301-20 003 302
20 003 303-20 003 304
20 003 305-20 003 306
20 003 307-20 003 308
20 003 309-20 003 310
$29.95
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LAST ON FIRST OFF

FIRST ON LAST OFF

2000 01

AK Steel1
LAST ON FIRST OFF

FIRST ON LAST OFF

LAST ON FIRST OFF

FIRST ON LAST OFF

OWNERSHIP SUBJECT TO A SECURITY
AGREEMENT AND / OR LEASE
AGREEMENT FILED WITH THE
SURFACE TRANSPORTATION BOARD

ARMCO STEEL
CORPORATION

BUTLER WORKS

BSCX
2600 01

ASCX
2405 01

2 INCH HF COMP SHOES

PULL HERE

Armco Steel

CR
LD LMT

220200

LT WT

65800

LUB
ABDX
ABDX
BLT- 3 - 98 REBLT-

Bethlehem Steel

1

LAST ON FIRST OFF

PULL HERE

Conrail

1

2

FIRST ON LAST OFF

LAST ON FIRST OFF

INSIDE HEIGHT

FIRST ON LAST OFF

INSIDE HEIGHT

5-6

CSIX
2100 01

2 INCH HF COMP SHOES

LIFT HERE

LIFT HERE

5-6

ABDX
ABDX

LD LMT
LT WT

194600
68400

USSX
2603 01

LUB
NO

BLT- 5-67

DEFECT CARD

CSI1

CSX*4

LAST ON FIRST OFF

FIRST ON LAST OFF

Geneva Works, USS1

LAST ON FIRST OFF

FIRST ON LAST OFF

LAST ON FIRST OFF

FIRST ON LAST OFF

RSCX
2700 01

Nucor1

Republic Steel1

LAST ON FIRST OFF

FIRST ON LAST OFF

LAST ON FIRST OFF

URR
6000 01

Soo Line1
FIRST ON LAST OFF

USSX
2600 01

60629

Union Railroad

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BLT- 3 - 98 REBLT-

2 INCH HF COMP SHOES

LIFT
HERE

JALAR AQUI
PULL HERE

TFM

1

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ABDX
ABDX

65900 LBS

LIFT
HERE

US Steel

1

LUB

LD LMT 220100 LBS

2 INCH HF COMP SHOES

JALAR AQUI
PULL HERE

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HO MASTER THRALL 2743 GONDOLA
www.atlasrr.com/HOFreight/hothrallgon5.htm

The Thrall Car 2743 cubic foot gondola was introduced in 1995. This new 52’ 6” interior length design was in response
to the newly allowed increase in Gross Rail Loading (GRL) to 286,000 lbs (up from 263,000 lbs). This allowed an increase
of the inside height from the previously standard 5’0” to a new standard of 5’6”, giving it a 2,743 cubic foot capacity.
Thrall produced over 6,700 of these from 1995 to 1999. The design resumed production under Trinityrail in 2005.
FEATURES:
• Prototypical scale height reflecting the new higher capacity standard
• Fourteen side posts
• Detailed brake components
• Etched platform
• Etched end reinforcement plate
NEW PAINT
• Detailed ladders and stirrups
• Metal hand grabs
SCHEMES!
• Metal brake rods
• Air hoses
• Corner pins and correct open notch
• Detailed side post support angle plates
• Optional coupler pocket for Kadee #78 or Accumate Scale Coupler
• Accurate painting and lettering
• Ready-to-run
*CSX Licensed Product
1 Alternate History paint scheme, with covers
2 Correct paint scheme for similar 2743 cu.ft. gondola cars
3 Correct paint scheme for similar 52’6” IL/5-6 IH gondola cars
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Road Name/Road Numbers
Undecorated - without cover
New PAINT SCHEMES
AK Steel1 200001, 200027
Armco Steel1 240501, 240998
Bethlehem Steel1 260001, 260100
Conrail2 585725, 585733, 585855, 585949
CSI1 210001, 210245
CSX*4 486434, 486480, 486491, 486930
Geneva Works, USS1 260301, 260367
Nucor1 2002, 2005
Republic Steel1 270001, 270222
Soo Line1 69101, 69465
Union Railroad1 600001, 600006
US Steel1 260001, 260111
TFM3 60600, 60629, 60969, 60699
With Cover MSRP:
Without Cover MSRP:
Separate Sale Cover MSRP:

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20 003 240
20 003 241-20 003 242
20 003 243-20 003 244
20 003 245-20 003 246
20 003 247-20 003 250
20 003 251-20 003 252
20 003 253-20 003 256
20 003 257-20 003 258
20 003 259-20 003 260
20 003 261-20 003 262
20 003 263-20 003 264
20 003 265-20 003 266
20 003 267-20 003 268
20 003 269-20 003 272
$38.95
$32.95
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Norfolk Southern (2nd)

Florida East Coast

FXE

Northwestern Oklahoma RR

TMB 20M

TMB 20M

Rio Grande±

TTX (2008 Logo)

TTX (Speed Lettering)

Union Pacific

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HO MASTER ARTICULATED AUTO CARRIER
www.atlasrr.com/HOFreight/hoartauto4.htm

Articulated railway cars became more popular in the 1980s in an effort toward reducing train length and total train
weight while maintaining cargo capacity. Following the success of articulated intermodal well cars, Thrall Car, applied
the same principle on a new design for bi-level auto carrier service. The cars fit within the same plate clearances as
standard racked auto carrier cars and offer greater protection from theft and the elements due to its solid side design.

NEW PAINT
SCHEMES &
ROAD NUMBERS!

FEATURES:
• Prototypical painting and lettering
• Die-cast chassis
• Body includes scale details such as differential relief on holes, rivets and bolts
• End door details
• Articulated diaphragm
• 70-ton roller-bearing trucks
• Detailed brake system
• AccuMate® operating knuckle couplers
• Minimum radius curve: 22” (recommended 24” for appearance)
± Alternate History paint scheme

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Road Name/Road Numbers
Undecorated

NEW ROAD NUMBERS
Norfolk Southern (2nd) 110150, 110181
Florida East Coast 110630, 110641

NEW PAINT SCHEMES
FXE 210008, 210011

Northwestern Oklahoma RR 798279, 798329
Rio Grande± 127001, 127087

NEW ROAD NUMBERS
TTX (Speed Lettering) 880260, 880275

NEW PAINT SCHEME
TTX (2008 Logo) 880265, 880280

NEW ROAD NUMBERS
Union Pacific 880022, 880051

Undecorated MSRP:
MSRP:

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20 003 346
20 003 347-20 003 348
20 003 349-20 003 350


20 003 351-20 003 352
20 003 353-20 003 354
20 003 355-20 003 356
20 003 357-20 003 358
20 003 359-20 003 360
20 003 361-20 003 362
$89.95
$99.95

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Clarendon and Pittsford

Burlington Northern

RB12-94

PNTD 1-14 FGE-DAVIS FROST

RB12-94

DEFECT CARDS

CSX* (Safety Stripes)

CSX* (Ease Up)

Railbox

Green Mountain

Vermont Northern

Sierra Railroad

HO
SCALE

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HO MASTER FMC 5077 SINGLE DOOR BOX CAR
www.atlasrr.com/HOFreight/ho5077boxcar3.htm

This is FMC’s entry into the Plate B IPD (Incentive Per Diem) box car era. The design was intended to be the most “universal,” interchangeable on most common railroad clearances. The cars were available with and without end-of-car
cushioning, and were offered in several door configurations.
Over 4,300 cars were produced from 1975 to 1979 by FMC’s Portland, Oregon plant. The cars were delivered in numerous colorful shortline paint schemes as well as the
nationwide car pool fleet of Railbox. Many
Road Name/Road Numbers
Item #
secondhand cars were later seen in Class 1
Undecorated - FMC 5077 SD Box Car (Early)

20 001 532
railroads and large leasing company fleets under
Undecorated - FMC 5077 SD Box Car (Late)

20 001 533
additional shortline reporting marks.
New PAINT SCHEMES
Burlington Northern 249976, 250046, 250052
20 003 324-20 003 326
Atlas’ model includes the early and late style car
Clarendon and Pittsford 3010, 3023, 3059
20 003 327-20 003 329
bodies, as well as single, double-centered and
CSX* (Ease Up) 141605, 141694
20 003 330-20 003 331
double-offset sliding doors.
CSX* (Safety Stripes) 141637, 141660
20 003 332-20 003 333
Green Mountain 611, 618, 681
20 003 334-20 003 336
FEATURES:
New ROAD NUMBERS
• Single Door
Railbox 17765, 17800, 18992
20 003 337-20 003 339
• Multiple body styles
New PAINT SCHEME
NEW PAINT
• Wire grabs
Sierra Railroad 3006, 3008, 3009
20 003 340-20 003 342
SCHEMES!
• Etched parts
New ROAD NUMBERS
• Plate B Box Car
Vermont Northern 7707, 7715, 7749
20 003 343-20 003 345
• X-Panel Roof
Undecorated MSRP:
$32.95
MSRP:
$38.95
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Canadian National

Minneapolis & St. Louis

Clinchfield*

New Haven

Erie

Nickel Plate Road

JUNE 2015 ANNOUNCEMENT

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4th QUARTER 2015 ARRIVAL

HO TRAINMAN® 1937 AAR 40’ BOX CAR KIT
www.atlastrainman.com/HOFreight/tmho1937boxcar.htm

The 1937 AAR Box Car is widely recognized as the first standard freight car design to be voluntarily adopted by the
majority of railroads throughout the United States. Although previous USRA designs also achieved widespread distribution, their success was mostly due to government control rather than popular acceptance.
The 1937 AAR Box Car also had many features that became standard on boxcars for years to come, including dreadnaught ends, straight panel roof and an inside length of 40’ 6”. They had an interior height of 10’ with a 3700 cubic foot
capacity. With only a few variations built, this design helped the industry realize the economic advantages of freight
equipment standardization; a concept that continues into the modern era.

NEW PAINT
SCHEMES &
ROAD NUMBERS!
FEATURES:
• Quick and easy assembly
• Highly detailed body with molded ladders and grab irons
• One-piece underframe with full brake detail
• Quality painting/printing of prototypical paint schemes
*CSX Licensed Product (O scale models shown)

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Road Name/Road Numbers
Undecorated
New PAINT SCHEMEs
Canadian National 521497, 521498, 521499
Minneapolis & St. Louis 54206, 54498, 54616
NEW ROAD NUMBERS
Clinchfield* 5466, 5488, 5499
Erie 79008, 79053, 79087

New Haven 31519, 31562, 31728
Nickel Plate Road 16250, 16361, 16400
Undecorated MSRP:
MSRP:

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21 000 001



20 003 222-20 003 224
20 003 225-20 003 227
20 003 228-20 003 230
20 003 231-20 003 233
20 003 234-20 003 236
20 003 237-20 003 239
$15.95
$20.95

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HO, N & O HANDCRAFTED SCALE LIGHTING SYSTEMS

NOW AVAILABLE!
Illuminate your layout with a wide variety of hand-crafted, accurately sized scale lights. Offered in both HO, N and
O scale, the installation is quick and easy, and artfully transforms the overall ambiance of your layout. For features
and ordering information please visit www.shop.atlasrr.com

Description

Item #

MSRP

Clock Light
Ball Light
Park Light
Street Light
Highway Light ver. 1
Highway Light ver. 2
Curved Light

70 000 019
70 000 021
70 000 022
70 000 023
70 000 024
70 000 025
70 000 026

$29.95
$28.95
$28.95
$28.95
$29.95
$29.95
$28.95

Description

Item #

MSRP

60 000 062
60 000 063
60 000 064
60 000 065
60 000 066
60 000 067
60 000 069
60 000 070
QUARTER

$30.95
$29.95
$29.95
$29.95
$29.95
$30.95
$29.95
$29.95
ARRIVAL

HO SCALE LIGHTING SYSTEM
Light

NOW
AVAILABLE!

Mounting
Base
Thumb
Screw
Nut

Self Leveling
Spacer
LED with wire
Terminals &
Resistor

JUNE 2015

Clock Light
Park Light ver. 1
Ball Light
Park Light ver. 2
Street Light
Highway Light
Curved Light ver. 1
Curved Light ver. 2
ANNOUNCEMENT

HO Scale Park Light

FEATURES:
N Scale Clock
• LED light source = longer life
• Brass construction
• Prototypical size for HO, N & O scale model railroad layouts
• Quick fit base removes the need for gluing, nailing and screwing Just “Drill and Drop”
• Lights come with quick connection plug in wire harness.
• Connects directly to power source. Resistors included.
• Light can be removed from mounting base and replaced with
different style to change the look of any street or highway on your
layout.
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Description
Item #
O SCALE LIGHTING SYSTEM - AVAILABLE 1ST QUARTER 2015

MSRP

Lighted Clock
Park Light-Lantern
Park Light-Modern
Park Light- Globe
Park Light- Traditional Single Arch
Park Light- Traditional Double Arch
Street/Parking Lot Light- Single extension
Street/Parking Lot Light-Double extension
Street/Parking Lot Light single
Street/Parking Lot Light- double
Park Light-Modern Single Arch
Park Light-Modern Single Arch ver.2
Street Light- Dome
Street Light- Modern Circular
Street Light- Upright angle
Street/Parking Lot Light- Centered Extension
Lit Building Accents-Wall Clock
Lit Building Accents-Wall Light
Lit Building Accents- (neon quality) Wall Light
Lit Building Accents- Hanging light
Lit Building Accents-Wall Light ver.2
Lit Building Accents- Hanging Light ver.2

$35.95
$33.95
$21.95
$33.95
$36.95
$53.95
$44.95
$69.95
$29.95
$46.95
$29.95
$21.95
$50.95
$42.95
$21.95
$44.95
$18.95
$14.95
$22.95
$12.95
$15.95
$12.95

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