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8. We have teamed with QSI, a market leader and innovator in sound, to produce a plug and play sound system for all of our locomotives produced in the past 5 years that have our well installed. QSI sounds are digital and the simple installation makes for a fairly priced product that again does not need a professional installer, though retailers are sure to offer a service to open and install and check the system out before shipping
7. For introduction early in the year will be a newly revised C-16 Classic locomotive of the 19th Century era and we have changed several key parts that were not perfect when we bought the Delton Company just to get this locomotive. We have changed the wheels and side rods to an all die cast concept instead of the plastic wheels with metal covers that were hard to produce as round wheels. The side rods do not power the loco, but are just decoration for use with our patented Prime Mover gear boxes, where every axle is powered. Also, we have
it to you. Any sound board can be moved and changed to another loco by sending it to our service department where we can load in the sounds of your choice. Perhaps in the future you can do this yourself from the Internet, but not initially. Later we intend to add sound control to our Train Engineer products to turn the volume up and down or off and on with our radio, but initially we will offer the Quantum control box with hundreds of features that can operate the sounds through the track. The system is either digital or analog, so its exible for any user to easily obtain full control of the sound system. The MSRP for both the sound and Quantum control will be about $200 and will be available in the Summer of 2007. 9. The E-8 will be out at the end of this year and has a rst in G Gauge with an innovative Mars Light simulation and two smoke systems installed. To accompany them we have re-worked our metal streamlined passenger cars to include: a full interior populated with 6 seated gures, LED lighting for bright lights with a low current demand on you power pack, Ball Bearings in the journals so that any locomotive can pull you full consist with ease, lowered chassis, an on/off light switch, rubber diaphragms, shortened couplers and a new interior roof connection to hold the lights in place without the use of glue. Our shorter size and far lighter weight should maximize the number of G Gaugers that can run these cars with normal curves on their layouts. Again, super charming with the polished aluminum look that is a real as you can get for this category of car.
Another modeler had asked if adding yet another isolated track section and resistor if the train could be made to slow down in steps. This can be accomplished by using 3ohm resistors instead of 4 ohm. The resistor was selected by what was in my junk box I have been using the Aristo-Craft reversing and worked on the rst try. No rocket unit and found that the stopping of the train science was involved. was just too fast for my liking. I only use a small 2 axle locomotive on my indoor I also noticed that the couplers on the reversing unit. The 2 problems I wanted to locomotive would hit on the rerailer and make noise. address were: The middle of the rerailer was higher than 1. Cars had a lot of coupler slamming noise the rails. I took apart the rerailer and raised the rails starting and stopping. with small washers. Now the middle was 2. I was afraid of locomotive gears stripping ush with the rails. with my load of 8 cars with metal wheels.
Not being an electronics kind of guy, but knowing that a diode allowed electrons to ow one way, I looked at how I installed the diodes at the end of the track. See Photo #1. Facing the track, I had put the banded end of the diodes to the right. Knowing that the diode blocked current at the track end when the trolley was approaching, I knew I had to have the banded ends of the 4 diodes facing the other direction. I wanted current to pass through the diodes, not be blocked. The two diodes to control the speed leaving the station would have to have the bands pointing the other way because, at that time, the polarity would be reversed. I then laid four diodes side by side and soldered them together in series. Then I soldered two diodes in series, again side by side. I then laid the two diodes on top of the 4 diodes, clipped the wires from the set of 2 diodes shorter and soldered the wires to the wires from the set of four, so the two sets were in parallel, not series. I made sure the bands on the set of 2 diodes faced the opposite direction of the set of 4 diodes.
Ward Huttons approach: I have been using the Aristo-Craft Reversing unit for about a year now. I like it but I was worried about the sudden starts and stops and what they might to do the gears and motors of my locomotives. I had read on a forum Dans idea of using resisters to slow locomotives down near the end of a trolley run but was confused about how to size a resister. Then I read an article in a 1995 Garden Railways magazine on using diodes to slow down your trains. Apparently a diode will cause a constant.7-volt drop when installed, in series, in a circuit. Diodes are cheap and since I do not know much about electronics I decided diodes might be the easiest method to create smooth and slow, stops and starts. I started out by putting a Locomotive on my trolley track, set the speed to what I normally ran and measured the voltage. It was around 10 volts so I gured a voltage drop of around 5 volts sounded about right for slowing down an locomotive. At least it was a good starting point. I then wanted to make sure that, after an locomotive slowly came to a stop in the station, it had enough voltage to get started again. I thought a 3-volt drop would work better for starting an locomotive than a 5-volt drop. I also decided that two slow down points at each end would look better than one.
of 2 diodes would drop the voltage 2.8volts for leaving the station. This would give me two speed steps (or voltage drops). I thought this would be a good starting point. This meant I would need 24 diodes, 12 for each end of the track. I bought the diodes through Allelectronics, an on-line electronics store. They listed diodes with several choices of amps and voltage. I understood that the voltage was the max voltage that could be supplied to the diode without damaging it. I chose a 3-amp diode and had heard that voltage spikes could be a problem so I chose the 400-volt diodes, N5404. (This may have been overkill and the N5400 diodes (3amp, 50 volt) would have been ne.) Cost was 3 diodes for $.80. I gured this was cheap enough and ordered them.
I did this twice, making two packs of 6 diodes. I then went out to the track, cut through two rail joiners, the rst about 36 from the track end diode and the second about 36 from the rst. I run a RDC car so I needed the 36 but you can set the spacing to whatever you want. See Photo #2 I connected the two packs of 6 diodes to the track with Split Jaw Insulated rail joiners, making sure the set of 4 diodes had the bands facing away from the end of the track. See Photo #3
With those decisions made I calculated that two sets of 4 diodes would drop the voltage 5.6 volts for entering the station and two sets Photo #1
Note There is no need to cover the diodes. They are weather resistant. I buried mine in ballast to hide them. See Photo #4 Now it was time for a test. I put the RDC on the track and adjusted the speed. When the RDC came to the rst set of diodes it slowed down, when it came to the second set it slowed down again, then entered the station and stopped. Success!! I played with the speed a bit until the RDC entered the station at a nice slow speed. When starting out of the station it got up to speed faster than it had slowed down, as I expected, but it was still a smooth increase in speed. Pleased with the results I made up two more packs of 6 diodes and installed them at the other end of the track. I got confused about which way the bands were supposed to face when I installed them. I noticed that the RDC did not slow down as much going into the station as it did at the other end of the track. I just turned the diode packs around and that xed that problem. Now I know that they need to be installed with the bands pointing the same way as the diode packs on the other end. For under $10 I had eliminated the jerky, sudden stops and now my locomotives stop and start smoothly and more realistically. You can install more packs of diodes for additional speed steps but for the length of my track (54ft) the two speed steps at both ends worked out nicely. I could also have added more diodes to each pack for a greater
speed step but I like the results of what I had. You can adjust the number of diodes and quantity of the installed diode packs to suit your taste. I also noticed on some locomotives on the trolley line, like the Eggliner, there was a slight ping when it started. I took another bit of advice from Dan and installed a nonpolarized capacitor, 10uF 50V, across the terminals of the track wires, between the track and reversing unit. That stopped the annoying ping. See Photo #5
couplers from one brand to another and all kinds of things related to the hobby. We talked and provided information until well past dark on a hot summer evening. I have also had to dispel on several occasions in this past year that you have to be a mechanical genius to keep these trains running. The continual bashing or all the brands by different individuals on some of the forums has done little to dispel this myth. This simply has to stop if the hobby is to continue to exist. I am still getting emails from many new folks who are interested and many of them made the trip to York, PA for the East Coast Large Scale Train Show this year. You too can make a difference. The more folks that you get interested in this hobby the more rolling stock and locomotive you are going to see, as well as accessories. The limiting factor to much of the things we would like to see is the fact that with the small numbers of us involved it is not economically feasible for a manufacture to make many of the item. A Word About A Sensitive Subject and Safety! Both yours, and the Childrens! Some of you are going to say that this issue has nothing to do with model trains and the subject of this article. Think again! Since getting involved with the Fund for Missing and Exploited Children via the ECLSTS train show and the fund raiser that we do for it, and becoming a grandparent for the rst and soon to be second time this subject has been the topic of discussion around our dining room table more than it
Which ever way they got in or are getting in interest to come over. Over the past six the key issue is to keep them interested and months I have address six or more Garden motivated in the hobby. Clubs on this subject and this includes showing them videos, and inviting anyone Hiding our layouts behind a fence does little with an interest to a running session. to promote the hobby. The same thing goes for hiding the facts about what you do for a Many of these folks have had a starter set hobby. Neither the world nor you coworkers in the garage or other places for some time. will think you are nuts because of your They had no idea that most of these could be hobby. expanded into a wonderful miniature world or that a lot of things were interchangeable. I know, my own layout is hidden. As much as I do to promote the hobby there are still After one running session that had folks from folks around town here that do not know I two Garden Clubs located six miles apart I am in the hobby. Some live less than 100 saw a new club being formed between the feet from me. Many are surprised when members. I stood outside and talked with they see what is behind the wooden fence at at least 8 individuals including two who the side of the house. were women. We talked about the different things that you could do and how to change Where I live kids used to be problem. I outlived most of the little buggers and the rest have taken an interest. But still rather than tempt fate, I will keep the fence. Now that our neighborhood is going to expand by another 90 homes, Ill keep it until I see what it is like. However when I run trains the large gates that permit entry to the layout and my back yard are open. Anyone who wants is welcome to come in. We usually run trains one or two days a week in the summer. This year has been an exception due to the excessive heat and travel requirements for both Sue and I. Now that we are both retired we thought we would get to run trains a little more, but it seems like it has been less. We do not always advertise the fact but when we do we usually make a day out of it with food and drink. We put the word out to bring a bag and drinks and a bunch will get together. Occasionally our local pizza shop will kick in a pizza or two and the owner will show up. We usually take these opportunities to invite anyone who has an
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G45 Trains are expensive and represent a big investment. When you make a several hundred-dollar investment in trains you should be assured the product will be xed if it breaks, so your investment retains its value. Aristo-Craft Trains has a great service department and right now we have as little as a one-day turn around. Our experienced personnel, Navin Shievdayal and Gene Macenot have both been doing our repairs for many years and know our products totally. We have a large stock of parts and can x most items down to board level electronic repair as well as mechanical parts repairs. The design engineers are here too if an unusual problem occurs, so its unlikely there is something we cant repair. New products will be picked up via call tags if it fails within 10 days of purchase. It will be xed at no charge and we even cover return shipping costs. Over 10 days to one month after purchase we do not charge a service fee for a repair or the cost of shipping it back to a consumer. Over one month we charge a nominal shipping and handling charge fee. This policy covers our entire product line with most having a 5-year warranty. After the expiration of the warranty we charge for parts and labor, but still will x any Aristo-Craft product that is still being made. Should you care if our competitors do this and repair within a reasonable time? Of course! OUR OOPS IS YOUR GAIN! We are very proud of our product that has less then a 1% of sales failure rate and our ability to do fast repairs for the few that require it. We are not perfect, but have the best reputation in our industry for maintaining our customers products. There is an error in some of the November/ December Consumer Sales sheets mailed by us to some of our customers during September and early October. These are the sales sheets you receive when we mail your original receipts back to you when you are participating in our bi-monthly sales. As a Please tell people about our great service. Club Member you would have received an We want you to be sure that when you email with the sheet about a month ago. purchase an Aristo-Craft product you know that we will stand behind your purchase. On some of the sales sheets for the November/ December (2006) Consumer Sale the wrong month was written for the period of the sales in the instructions section. On these particular sales sheets it reads PURCHASE MUST BE MADE BETWEEN OCTOBER 1 AND DECEMBER 31, 2006. Obviously it should have read, PURCHASE MUST BE MADE BETWEEN NOVEMBER 1 AND DECEMBER 31, 2006. If you received one of the sales sheets with the wrong month written on it we will honor purchases made during the month of October providing 3 conditions. 1 you must have received the sales sheet with the improper month information directly from us, not second hand. 2 you must mail the original sales sheet with the improper month information to us with your receipt and shipping fee. We will not accept a photocopy of the sales sheet. 3 this is one time only. So if you purchased 4 Evans Boxcars on October 3 and a Train Set on October 15, send the receipts together with the sales sheet and shipping fees. If you send the receipts separately, one likely will be rejected. This only applies to purchases of Sales items made during the month of October.
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same subject. For some time now I have been predicting the fall of one of the bigger Large Scale Manufactures, but this was not the one that was on my mind. (The one that I have been following is a US company) So there may be others to follow. (I sure hope not) Rest assured that Charlie Ro and Lewis Polk and some of the others (Manufactures) are not nding any joy in this situation. The market is that screwed up right now. For most of us old retired farts that have our little salt mine and plenty of salt, well an adequate supply anyway, things are getting tight as well. I know I have been spending close to $120 or more (Monthly) than normal on gas for my cars alone. This has cut down on disposable income, and these cost just do not cover getting to the super market, they also come back in the form of higher prices there (at the market). The same goes for everything we buy as cost have risen. Sue and I were in Switzerland in April and our costs are nothing compared to what the folks on the European content are paying (for goods and services). We just spent two weeks in Ireland and things are (much) the same there. They (Europeans) also have been paying higher fuel prices for years because most if it is in taxes. The cost of a liter of gas in Ireland at the lowest cost was 1.13 Euros, which translates to around $5.98 for four liters, which is just a little over a US gallon. And before the rumors start I was not in Germany and I did not buy LGB! All the manufactures are hurting; all have warehouses full of things that are current stock and not moving due to the economy. Manufacturing has to be contracted out 12-18 months and so does production planning. So any cut backs now will be felt in a year and a half. In the mean time they are paying interest on things that are not selling. None of these guys (manufactures) have the deep pockets that everyone thinks they have. If they did they would not be working seven days a week at train shows and in the ofce to move product. A good estimation is that Lewis and Charlie both put in 90 to 100 hour weeks, (The) same thing goes for the others. (I have) No doubt that the Lawsuits brought by LGB against several other manufactures and dealers yes thats right dealers, most or many of which they lost, help put them in a bad position. Right or wrong, they gave the impression to many that LGB would not and could not compete fairly against other competition and they hurt themselves. (My personal take is on this is that the Legal profession failed LGB in advising them to pursue some of these law suits) Most or many of you have forgotten that Aristo-Craft was a sales rep for the rst US importer of LGB. The bad blood that existed for a while between them was a result of issues on both side of that deal, not just trade dress issues. But as they say that is water under the bridge, neither side of that battle held a grudge, as they knew that it could only hurt the hobby and both of them. (Both Lewis and the Owners of LGB have served on committees and boards with the Garden Trains Manufactures Assn and worked to promote Garden Railroading) The key thing that I have been trying to stress to many Large Scalers is that the brand bashing has to stop! The quality of all the brands has come up 200% or more since the start of this hobby and it has been mainly due to improvements in the manufacturing processes that have been brought about by the manufactures themselves. All of these guys have made things they would rather folks forgot about including LGB. But they have all worked (hard) to keep the prices down until this fuel thing hit and the cost of petrol chemicals is directly related back to that. (It will be two years or more until the fuel crisis lets manufacturing prices level off to a more realistic level and by that time ination will have wiped out any reductions in manufacturing prices we may have seen as consumers).
The Class 66 locomotive is close to completion. We expect to have it on the market by the middle of next year. Keep in mind that this is a model strictly for the European market and will not be marketed in the US. This does not mean that innovative domestic dealers will not be able to obtain them. Simply we will not be selling them domestically. All purchases will have to be made via Bachmann Europe or European Bring two-way radios. Weather you use old style CBs or the small hand held dealers. family type radios, you need them for good I spent a recent weekend at the Mecca of communication. Even with the cell phones eastern railroading. With a group of friends of this day and age, two-way radios can be I visited Horseshoe Curve. However it more reliable. For the cell phones to work, would be my luck that there was a massive you need to be in range of a tower. When derailment. Yup remember the ethanol train you use the cell phone because you got derailment back in October? It happened separated, the odd are the person you are the same weekend we were at The Curve. following realized the same thing and is So instead of there being countless dozens try to call you at the same time. You both of trains, there was only a handful. Even end up in the others voice mail. Or you with the shortage of trains we had enough to both wait for the other to call. With CBs and two-way radios, assuming you do not see and do to have a good time. get too separated at most you will step on The trip brings to mind some important the others broadcast. Another advantage of traveling tips. There are some good ideas the CB is communication regarding trafc that should be followed when traveling with issues. Trucker going the other way can tell a group in multiple cars. I am sure everyone you before you hit the trafc jam that takes has traveled in groups playing follow the two hours to go 6 miles because people leader in your cars and will get a chuckle cannot comprehend how to merge into one lane to pass the construction zone. out of this. The rst is stay together. When you are the leader make sure your followers are still behind you. Check your rearview mirror every few seconds, particularly when in trafc, when making turns, going around curves and at trafc lights. It can be very frustrating for those who are following watching as you disappear down the hill and around the curve because you made the trafc light and they did not. So if you are the leader and you get separated from your pack, slow down or stop an wait allowing your followers to catch up to you. When you are the follower, endeavor to keep up. Do not allow yourself to fall to far behind the leader. While this can be difcult in trafc and urbanized areas, on open road there is little excuse not to keep pace with the leader. Allowing yourself to fall too far behind invites problems. After all, Grandpa Kettel does not know you are following the car in front of you when he pulls onto the highway. You get stuck doing 35 in a 55 zone watching your leader disappear over the next hill. I know many senior citizens
Finally have a good map. The GPS navigation systems of today with turnby-turn directions are even better. While even the best GPS navigation system is not perfect, it is better then going by someones memory of the area from 20 years ago. A GPS navigation system will know north from south and east from west and at least get you close to your destination. At least you will not be heading towards the sun at 8:00 in the morning when you are supposed to be going north. Finally, when you are the leader and supposed to know where you are going, stop when you dont. When you get lost, stop. It is better to stop and gure out where you are then to keep going.
INSTRUCTIONS: MAIL ARISTO-CRAFT YOUR ORIGINAL ITEMIZED AND DATED RECEIPT, A NOTE WITH YOUR RETURN ADDRESS (NO PO BOXES) SPECIFYING WHICH ITEMS PURCHASED AND SHIPPING AND HANDLING FEE BY JANUARY 15, 2007 TO RECEIVE YOUR FREE PRODUCT(S). PURCHASE MUST BE MADE BETWEEN NOVEMBER 01 AND DECEMBER 31, 2006. SALE CAN NOT BE COMBINED WITH ANY OTHER SALE OR PROMOTION. SEE ABOVE AND SALES RULES & REQUIREMENTS #11 &12 FOR SHIPPING & HANDLING DETAILS.
Shipping & Handling Per 20 Freight Car: $7.50 US, $21.00 Canada. Shipping & Handling Per Evans Boxcar or 100 Ton Hopper: $10.00 US, $30.00 Canada Shipping & Handling per Coal Load :$5.00 US, $15.00 Canada Free freight cars limited to In-Stock; ART40000 Series 20 Gondola, ART40100 Series 20 Tank Car, ART40200 Series 20 Flat Car, ART40300 Series 20 Boxcar and ART42200 Series Bobber Caboose for Starter Set Sale, ART50000P Series Evans 53 Boxcars for Evans Boxcar Sale, and ART41400P Series 3 Bay 100 Ton Hoppers for 100 Ton Hopper Sale. Customer requests welcome. Aristo-Craft makes nal decision as to free freight cars. - This sale includes current production Aristo-Craft Starter Sets, ART50000P Series Evans Double Door Boxcars and ART41400P Series 3 Bay 100 Ton Hoppers listed in the 2006-2007 Aristo-Craft Catalog, 2006 Aristo-Craft Price List, and Aristo-Craft On-Line Catalog at aristocraft.com. - Aristo-Craft reserves the right to exclude any Aristo-Craft product including discontinued road names and versions that Aristo-Craft does not consider as current production. - Customer must purchase 4 ART50000P Series Evans Boxcars and or 4 ART41400P Series 100 Ton Hoppers. ART5000P Evans Boxcars and ART41400P Series 100 Ton Hopper cannot be combined for 1 free car. - Customer must purchase 4 ART60407 Coal Loads to Receive 1 free.
SEE SALES RULES & REQUIREMENTS FOR Consumer Sales in this issue for additional sales rules BEFORE ORDERING!!!
RULES & REGULATIONS PERTAINING SPECIFICALLY TO THIS SALE:
A.A.R. Dealer Directory
(Association of Aristo-Craft Retailers) - Stores Organized by State
Garden-Train.com, Pine Mount. Valley 8788 Model Railroad Shop Atlanta 800-241-7576 Nordik Trains, Kennesaw, 770-928-2487 Railroad Trestle Hobbies, Dallas, 770-445-2175 Southeastern Train, Augusta, 706-796-0052 The Train Works, Lawrenceville, 404-339-7780 TrainMaster, Duluth, 770-622-1611
Spivey Stores Birmingham, 205-785-9690 Arizona Train Depot, Mesa, 602-833-9486 The Hobby Place at Ace, Tucson 520-747-9473 Powerhouse Hobby Shop, Kingman, 928-753-1903 The Squirrels Nest Sierra Vista, 520-417-1070
HobbyTown USA Jackson, 601-957-9900 Battleeld Station, Springeld, 417-887-5592 Hooks G Gauge Train Outlet, Ferguson, 314-522-8363 John.s Train Supply & Repair, St. Louis 314-703-5943 Mark Twain Hobby Center, St. Charles, 636-946-2816 Show Me Model RR, Grandview, 816-966-1534
All Aboard RR, Torrance, 213-791-2637 American Garden R.R., Chico, 530-891-3329 Arthurs Toys, Fresno, 209-224-8697 B & F Hobbies, Bakerseld, 805-322-7955 Beachrail Lines, Cayucos, 805-995-0145 Big Y Yardage, Montclair, 909-624-8201 Cental Coast Trains, Atascadero, 805-466-1391 D & J Hobby, Campbell, 408-379-1696 Dales Rails, Mariposa, 866-966-8333 Discount Trains Online, Riverside, 1-877-529-2834 Doll House & Crafts, Novata, 415-883-0388 Ernies Bakery & Trains, Fresno, 209-456-1365 Garden Railroad Supply Co. Martinez 925-228-8614 Gibsons, Fountain Valley, 714-641-6611 Glenview Supply, El Cajon, 619-443-1017 Gold Coast Station, Ventura, 805-339-0379 HobbyTown USA Brea, 714-990-9652 Hobby Warehouse Inc., Lakewood, 562-531-8383 J. Gordon Specialties, Temecula, 951-693-2599 J & S Enterprises, Blairsden, 916-836-0130 Jules Toy Trains, Sacremento, 916-489-2966 Just Trains Concord, 925-685-6566 Loco-Boose, Redwood City, 650-368-1254 The Loose Caboose, Napa, 707-258-1222 Marks Trains and Stuff, Sunnyvale 408-735-7505 Martys Hobby, Thousand Oaks, 805-497-3664 Mike & Mikes All Scale Model Train Repair, Jackson 209-223-3355 Morgans Big Trains, Huntington Bch., 714-892-3688 Narrow Gauge Junc., La Habra, 562-694-0598 R & G Railroad Co. Moreno Valley, 909-242-4258 R/C Country Hobbies Sacremento, 916-731-5868 Roys Trains & Things, Clovis, (559)325-0102 San Antonio Hobby, Mountain View, 650-941-1278 San-Val Trains, Van Nuys, 800-423-3281 Square Roundhouse, Turlock, 209-668-4454 Talbots Toyland, San Mateo, 650-342-0126 Toms Trains, Fresno, 559-266-3192 The Train Stop, San Dimas. 909-599-2602 Trucks, Trains & Collect., Santa Rosa, 707-537-6586 Upland Trains, Upland 909-985-1246 Valley Train Station, Chino, 909-902-5350
Bobs Hobby Jnct., Eau Claire, 715-832-4445 Candle Freak Gallery & Gifts, Wautoma 920-787-2780 Engine House Services, Green Bay, 920-490-4893 Greeneld News & Hobby, Greeneld 414-281-1800 Hobby Depot America, Hubertus, 262-628-2800 Johns Hobbies, Hartford, 262-673-7454 The LittleFalls Railroad & Doll Cataract, 608-277-3266 Phils Hobby & Craft, Wautoma, 920-787-7885 Sommerfelds, Butler, 414-783-7797
12 STRAIGHT TRACK (12PCS) EURO TRACK 1/2 STRAIGHT (12) TRACK TIES 1 STRAIGHT EURO FLEX RAIL BRASS 8 (12) 24 STRAIGHT TRACK(12PCS) 36 STRAIGHT TRACK(12PCS) REVERSING SYSTEM W/BUMPER 54 STRAIGHT TRACK 60 STRAIGHT TRACK (6) 60 STRAIGHT TRACK(12PCS) CURVE TRACK 4DIAM(12PCS) EURO TRACK CURVE 1/2 EURO TRACK TIES CURVED SWITCH-REMOTE LEFT REMOTE SWITCH MACHINE 30 DEGREE CROSSING CURVE TRACK MED 5 DIAM EURO CURVE TRACK 6.5 BRASS EURO CURVE TRACK LGE. 8 BRASS CURVE TRACK 9 DIAMETER BRASS EURO CURVE TRACK 10 BRASS EURO CURVE 11.5 BRASS EURO CURVED TRACK 16.5 BRASS EURO CURVE TRACK 20 BRASS TAP & DRILL SET 2MM FOR TRACK RAIL LOCK SILVER PLATED (6) STATIONARY ROLLERS (4 PACK) SOCKET HEAD TRACK SCREW RAIL TO TIE SCREWS (50) RAIL BENDER EXT TRACK SET W/1 MAN SWITCH EXT TRACK SET W/PR REM.SWTCHS ROADBED - 5 CURVED ROADBED - 8 CURVED ROADBED - 10 CURVED GRID SHELF 15 X 24 BLACK GRID 1/4 ROUND CURVE BLACK GRID INSIDE CORNER BLACK GRID INSIDE CORNER WHITE WALL BRACKET 15 BLACK GRID S HOOK FOR DOOR AREA GRID SUSPENSION HOOK 10 GRID BRACKET FOR TOWER 15 S.S. STR. TRACK 1(12) USA STR. TRACK 1/2 S.S. STAINLESS STEEL RAIL PC SS 8FT FLEX RAIL (24PCS) SS STR. TRACK 2 SS STR. TRACK 3 SS CURVE TRACK 4 ( SS CURVE TRACK 5 SS CURVE TRACK 6.5 SS CURVE TRACK 8 SS CURVE TRACK 9 SS CURVE TRACK 10 SS CURVE TRACK 11.5 SS CURVE 12.5 DIAM SS CURVE 14 DIAM SS CURVE 15 DIAM. SS CURVE TRACK 20 DIAM SS CURVE 16.5 DIAM SS STR. TRACK 54 SS USA STR. TRACK 5 (12) SS RAIL JOINERS SS #6 SWITCH RIGHT REMOTE SS #6 PARALLEL ADAPTOR SS #6 SWITCH REMOTE LEFT S.S. RE-RAILER SS SWITCH WIDE MANUAL RIGHT US SIDING FOR 10 DIAM.SWITCH(2) SS SWITCH WIDE MANUAL LEFT USA SS CROSSING 19.5 SS CROSSING 30 DEGREE SS CROSSING 90 DEGREE ROGERS PRR W/CABOOSE ROGERS DRGW W/CABOOSE ROGERS B&O W/CABOOSE ROGERS ATSF W/CABOOSE ROGERS GN W.CABOOSE SWITCHER PRR (BLK)W/CAB DO NOT USE. SEE ART21306RC SWITCHER UP W/CABOOSE DO NOT USE. SEE ART21309RC SWITCHER ATSF W/CAB SWITCHER B&O W/CABOOSE SWITCHER CHRISTMAS-NO.POLE RR. SWITCHER D&RGW PACIFIC UNDEC.(BLK) PACIFIC B&O BLUE PACIIFIC SR/SO.RAILWAY PACIFIC N.Y.C. PACIFIC UP/UNION PACIFIC PACIFIC DRGW/RIO GRANDE PACIFIC SP/SOUTHERN PACIFIC PACIFIC ATSF/SANTA FE PACIFIC C & NW PACIFIC VALLEY FLYER S. STRMLN MIKADO B&O/BALT.&OHIO W/V.T. MIKADO SO. RAILWAY W/P.T. MIKADO ERIE W/P.T.
MIKADO READING W/P.T. MALLET UNDEC USRA TEN. MALLET PRR USRA TENDER MALLET ATSF USRA TENDER MALLET D&RGW USRA GREEN MALLET C & O VANDERBILT TEN. MALLET SOUTHERN USRA TEN. MALLET N & W USRA TEN. MALLET B & O - VANDERBILT MALLET SP - VANDERBILT MALLET GN - VANDERBILT MALLET CB&Q - USRA VAN.TENDER - 6 WHL. TRK UNDEC. LONG VAND. TENDER -UNDEC BLK USRA TENDER - UNDEC SLOPE.TENDER UNDEC.(BLK) SLOPE TENDER - HERSHEY SLOPE TENDER TEDDY BEAR RS-3 PRR/PENNSYLVANIA-GRN RS-3 B&O/BALTIMORE & OHIO RS-3 SOO LINE CLUB 2005 RS-3 MILWAUKEE RD. RS-3 D&H 2006 CLUB ENGINE FA-1-B-A UNION PACIFIC FA-1-B-A D&RGW SD-45 DIESEL - SO. PACIFIC SD-45 DIESEL - ATSF/SANTA FE SD-45 DIESEL - DRGW SD-45 DIESEL - UNION PACIFIC SD-45 DIESEL - CSX SD-45 DIESEL - ATSF WARBONNET LILCRITTER B&O W/CABOOSE CEN.CAB IND.SW.PRR W/CAB CEN.CAB IND.SW.UP W/CAB CEN.CAB IND.SW. ATSF W/CAB CEN.CAB IND.SW.D&RGW /WCAB EGG LINER - UNION PACIFIC EGG LINER - ATLANTIC COAST LIN EGG LINER - LADY BUG EGG LINER - CHRISTMAS DASH 9 UNDEC. DASH 9 CSX DASH 9 BNSF DASH 9 ATSF DASH 9 NS DASH 9 CN DASH 9 SP DASH 9 -UP FLAG DASH 9 - BNSF WAR BONNET R&S DASH 9 - BNSF HERITAGE 1 DASH 9 - CSX NEW DASH 9 - NS NORMAL 0-4-0 FRT STARTER SET R/C PRR 0-4-0 FRT STARTER SET R/C SF XMAS FRT.SET W/3 TREES SET 0-4-0T TEDDY BEAR 0-4-0 FRT STARTER SET HERSHEY 0-4-0 PSGR STARTER SET R/C PRR 0-4-0 PSGR. ST. SET R/C ATSF BLUE COMET PRIME MOVER SET MODERN FREIGHT TRUCKS W/PL WHL MODERN FRT TRUCK W/ROLL. TRUCK-FREIGHT PLASTIC WHEELS TRUCK-CABOOSE METAL WHEELS STD.HVY.WHT 3 AXLE W/1 WHL SET PLASTIC WHEELS (2WHEEL SETS) ROGERS LOCO METAL SML.WHL.SET ROGERS FRONT DRIVE WHEELS TRUCK-PSGR(WOOD)METAL WHEELS TRUCK-LONG TENDER (PAIR) TRUCK-HWT.PSGR.6 METAL WHEELS METAL WHEELS - BLACK 4 AXLES METAL WHEELS SILVER 4 -AXLE SPRINGS-PASSENGER TRUCK SPRINGS-DIESEL TRUCK DIESEL BUSHING (PREVIOUS) SPRINGS STREAMLINE SILVER TRUCK-DELTON TO ARISTO (PR) BALL BEARING WHEELS 2 AXLES BL METAL WHEEL REPLACEMENT METAL DIESEL WHEEL W/TIRE INNER GEAR BOX W/O WHEELS COMMONWEALTH 6 AXLE TRUCK PR KNUCKLE COUPLER (12) COUPLER-KNUCKLE (PAIR) COUPLER RS-3/LIL CRITTER HOOK & LOOP COUPLER SET HOOK & LOOP COUPLER BULK (12) SMOKE STACK(OPERATING) SMOKE STACK(OPG)STV/PSG.CAB. SMOKE STACK(OPG)ROGERS LOCO SMOKE STACK(OPG) PSGR.WOOD SMOKE UNIT-STEAM LOCO 0-4-0 SMOKE UNIT-STEAM LOCO PACIFIC SMOKE UNIT-LOCO RS-3 SMOKE UNIT SD-45 SMOKE UNIT PARTS POWER TRK GE U25-B/FA/FB/RS UNIVERSAL FOR PACIFIC 6 PACK MOTOR BLOCK - C.CAB W/A-FRAME C-16 GEAR BOX W/WHEELS MOTOR FOR 0-4-0 GEAR BOX - MIKADO W/WHLS PACIFIC GEAR BOX W/WHLS
NEW ARRIVALS AS OF NOVEMBER 1, 2006 ___ART7203A FARM HOUSE B.U. WHITE ___ART7203B FARM HOUSE B.U. TAN ___ART7201 FREIGHT DEPOT B.U. ___ART7105 COVERED WAITING PLATFORM B.U. ___ARTBOX CAR PRR ___ARTBOX CAR ATSF ___ARTBOX CAR B & O ___ARTBOX CAR CHRISTMAS ___ART29710 SNOW PLOW SPARE PART ___ART46701 SNOW PLOW CAR D&RGW ___ART46706 SNOW PLOW CAR PRR ___ART46709 SNOW PLOW CAR CN ADDED TO PRODUCTION ___ART46710 SNOW PLOW CAR UP ___ART20030 SS STRAIGHT TRACK 12 ___ART20060 SS STRAIGHT TRACK 24 ___ART20100 SS CURVED TRACK 4 DIAMETER ___ART20115 SS CURVED TRACK 8 DIAMETER(16) ___ART20120 SS CURVED TRACK 10 DIAMETER ___ART30033 US BRASS STRAIGHT TRACK 12 ___ART7100 TRAIN STATION B.U. ___ART23600 *E-8 UNDEC. ___ART23601 *E-8 PRR ___ART7103 WATER TOWER B.U. 78.00 78.00 61.00 46.00 34.00 34.00 34.00 34.00 16.50 128.00 128.00 128.00 135.00 59.00 118.00 59.00 116.00 145.00 44.00 110.00 400.00 400.00 110.00
The In-Stock List lists products listed as on-hand in the computerized inventory database on the date listed with the In-Stock List and is only accurate for that date. The In-Stock List includes all products including but not limited to product for sale, factory samples, show samples, and product held for customers. We can not guarantee all product listed as in-stock is available for sale or distribution. For periodically updated lists and new item information please visit the AristoCraft webpage www.aristocraft.com.
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