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    Default New Atlas Products Announced

    https://shop.atlasrr.com/d-582-winte...re-orders.aspx

    GP40-2W

    ALP-45DP

    Modern Commuter Cars

    41' Ballast Hopper

    PS 4427 Covered Hopper

    F89J 89' Flat Car

    1993 Ford Explorer

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    Those wide cabs are certainly welcomed
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    and there it goes another pre order.

    On paper I have one heck of a railroad!
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    Holy ****, $43 for a flat car? I paid $24 (granted, that wasn't MSRP) when BLMA was making them five-six years ago...

    Still, I might get myself another one or two. Flat cars are often scarce at our modular meets... now if someone re-made those old Red Caboose Centerbeams...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heiko View Post
    now if someone re-made those old Red Caboose Centerbeams...
    That would be Intermountain. They are listed on the production schedule as TBD.
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    Intermountain should change the company name to TBD
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    Hey Atlas, please do a run of the GP40-2W in the GO Transit livery. Its even in the product description:

    GO Transit ordered the first safety cab equipped GP40-2s in 1973 with a three-unit order. CN then ordered their first safety cab GP40-2s from GMDD in 1974.

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    Looks like I need some of those weird Canadian unit's for my 1979 era layout.

    As stated above there goes another pre-order
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vince View Post
    Looks like I need some of those weird Canadian unit's for my 1979 era layout
    Same here. They will fit right in 76-80
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    MbE will be Happy as I need his Canadian parts.

    Wonder if atlas will do the correct stepwells
    Pagosa Cavy distant cousin to the Wombat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bronman View Post
    That would be Intermountain. They are listed on the production schedule as TBD.
    Thanks, I wasn't even aware they had made it onto their production schedule. Hope the company survives until the D in TBD and then also to actually making and shipping them

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    Oh Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes! GP40-2Ws!!
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    It sounded like a good idea at the time... too bad the caboose wasn't in on the plan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bessemer Bob View Post
    Intermountain should change the company name to TBD
    That's one of the funniest things I've read lately! So true!

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    Hopefully they'll do a Rocky Mountaineer.

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