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    Default Jacksonville Terminal Company - JTC June 2019 Releases

    JUNE 2019 Releases - We have some great June releases ready now and will be shipping to distributors this week. If your "Go To" store doesn't have our product, please ask them to contact Heartland Hobby or Hobbytyme distributors as they have our full product line in stock.

    This month JTC is releasing Seven New schemes on our 53' HC container:

    535020 PACER (New image)- The last Pacer scheme, featuring the cool large 'P' logo.


    535070 CN Intermodal - The 'multi-modal' scheme, First time in N scale (maybe any scale !). What a neat graphic.


    535004 STAX - The 'seen everywhere' STAX double-stack scheme (UP/CSX).


    535017 CSX (ex-Stax) - CSX took back part of the Stax units, patched with Fresh paint and reporting marks, and put them into service.


    535009 CSX Intermodal - This is the 'reverse color' Logo scheme, adding variety to CSX's fleet.


    535066 COFC Logistics - COFC obtained a number of ex-Pacer units, and patched them in various ways. This scheme is one example patch with green paint.


    535050 CANADIAN TIRE - What a beautiful scheme, with lots of detailed printing AND flat panel doors.




    20' standard height Releases


    205339 YANG MING
    205340 GESEACO
    205341 ZIM

    See all the detailed photos on the associated web pages, link to web page news below;
    https://jtcmodeltrains.com/blogs/new...-2019-releases

    We will be attending the N Scale Enthusiast convention in Chicago towards the end of June. We have a newly decorated 20' container that will be released at the show.
    We will be in Salt Lake City for the National Train Show July 12th - 14th. While we don't participate in long lead time product announcements/pre-orders, we don't mind discussing with the modelers what we are working on and what to expect. So please stop by and see us.

    Thank you for your interest in the JTC product line. We are open to suggestions on new products that the industry is lacking so please drop us a line and some pictures at service@jtcmodeltrains.com. Thank you for your business and the opportunity to deliver products to you.

    The JTC TeamJUNE 2019 Jacksonville Terminal Company Releases
    Last edited by JaxTerminal; 4th Jun 2019 at 06:12 PM. Reason: added 20' photo

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    You know, I don't model the container/stack era, but those containers are top notch. The end detail is especially excellent.

    Hope you sell lots.

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    You know, I *do* model the container/stack era, and I'm ready to plunk down some dough on your boxes again!

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    I'm modeling the late 70's and not sure what was used back then. I do have a couple of the JTC containers and they are very nice.
    Sexiest fat man alive.

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    Still waiting for my FEC 53'ers
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    Quote Originally Posted by russtrnmn View Post
    I'm modeling the late 70's and not sure what was used back then. I do have a couple of the JTC containers and they are very nice.
    Intermodal was mostly 40'/45' TOFC (Piggyback) trailers back then. Containers (20' and 40') were rare and rode on 89' flat cars. Although you can have doublestacks if you model Southern Pacific, since they pioneered the doublestack container intermodal industry in 1977, but they were still limited in use.

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    You can also add in a few oddballs, such as Sea-Land's 35' boxes. Matt's place has some interesting photos: http://matts-place.com/intermodal/part4/35foot.htm

    I believe oddballs such as the 24' boxes (example: CBQ had them in the late '60s) were mostly, if not entirely, on their way out. There was also a much higher percentage of sheet and post (i.e., smooth-side) containers in 40' and 20' sizes.



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    Quote Originally Posted by russtrnmn View Post
    I'm modeling the late 70's and not sure what was used back then. I do have a couple of the JTC containers and they are very nice.
    I do the mid 1990s, nothing from JTC is 2000 or earlier. There is always hope,they do make a great product. Love Matt's place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tnw50cal View Post
    I do the mid 1990s, nothing from JTC is 2000 or earlier. There is always hope,they do make a great product. Love Matt's place.
    They just announced some 48' boxes not too long ago: https://jtcmodeltrains.com/blogs/new...ted-containers

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    Quote Originally Posted by tnw50cal View Post
    I do the mid 1990s, nothing from JTC is 2000 or earlier. There is always hope,they do make a great product. Love Matt's place.
    tnw50Cal, We have some pre-2000 containers now, and More on the way.

    Currently:
    Sealand - 20' & 40'
    Transamerica - several 40'
    TransOcean 40'
    GESEACO (1998) not sure of scheme, will have to check that.
    Sea Star 20' - 1998 (SeaBarge markings)
    Tex Lease- will have to check this scheme's date
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    Quote Originally Posted by russtrnmn View Post
    I'm modeling the late 70's and not sure what was used back then. I do have a couple of the JTC containers and they are very nice.
    russtrnmn, We will have an announcement later this year on multiple container styles for the 1970's use! Thank You.

    JTC Steve

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