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Title: Atlas Announces More Walthers Toolings: FA-1/FB-1 Loco, Greenville 100 Ton Twin Hopper and Cushion Coil Car

Collection: N Scale Model Trains
Category: Manufacturer Announcements
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Last Modification Date: 2019-01-10
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In its December 2018 All Scales Monthly Catalog, Atlas announced three more Walthers / Life-Like toolings that it will produce under its Atlas Master product line. (In June 2018, Atlas purchased all Wm. K. Walthers n-scale locomotive and rolling stock tooling. This included former Life-Like toolings.

The following models have a Wednesday, January 16, 2019 pre-order deadline with an estimated release date of Q2 2019.
Atlas Master® N FA-1/FB-1 Locomotive
The FA-1/FB-1 loco will come in silver (sound ready/ $109.95) and gold (sound enabled/$219.95) versions. Both versions will come undecorated and in several road numbers and the following road names: Erie-Lackawanna, Gulf Mobile & Ohio, Lehigh & New England, New York Central, Pennsylvania and Lehigh Valley.

Atlas Master® N FA-1/FB-1 Locomotive,
Gulf Mobile & Ohio (a former Walthers/Life-Like tooling)

Here is a link to the Life-Like FA-1/FB-1 Locomotives on TroveStar.

Atlas Master® N Greenville 100 Ton Twin Hopper
Road names for this release ($29.95) will include: Golden West Service, Southern Pacific, Norfolk Southern, Union Pacific, Southern and Wisconsin Central.

Atlas Master® N Greenville 100 Ton Twin Hopper (a former Walthers tooling)

Here is a link to the N Greenville 100 Ton Twin Hopper on TroveStar.

Atlas Master® N Cushion Coil Car
Road names for this release ($32.95) will include: Burlington Northern, BNSF. Union Pacific (CNW), CSX* Steel Pro, Conrail, Southshore Freight (CSS) , CSXT* (NYC) and WCTU Railway.

Atlas Master® N Cushion Coil Car (a former Walthers tooling)

Here is a link to the N Cushion Coil Car on TroveStar.



Here is a link to the Atlas December 2018 All Scales Monthly Catalog.

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