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N & Z — Micro-Trains Line will soon complete the dozen N-scale offerings making up the company’s “Grape-to-Glass” series. The majority of the entries have presented single- and triple-dome tank cars (like the models shown on right), plus wood-side refrigerator car models. This series began in Febrary 2020 and will see its 12th release in January 2021. The hobby company announces a new “Sweet Liquid” tank car series will debut in February 2021. This collection of 12 models (to be available in N- and Z-scale) will present special food-grade tank car reproductions. The single-dome tank cars will feature prototypically accurate offerings with St. Lawrence Stratch Company’s “Bee Hive” Corn Syrup (blue with yellow model) and Hubinger Company of Keokuk, Iowa’s “OK Brand” Corn Syrup (black tank car with white lettering) as inital releases in the series. All releases in Micro-Trains’ Sweet Liquid series will retail for $29.95 each and will come fully assembled.
Above: Micro-Trains’ Grape-to-Glass series will provide collectors with a dozen specially decorated models by the time the run finishes in February 2021. The three-dome Petri Wine Company (left) and single-dome Chateau Martin Brand Wines (right) are releases eight and nine for this series.
Micro-Trains Line Co.
P.O. Box 1200
Talent, OR 97540
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