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HO Scale - Atlas Model Railroad - 30 000 027 - 1984 Ford LNT 9000 Semi Tractor Cab - Norfolk Southern

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HO Scale - Atlas Model Railroad - 30 000 027 - 1984 Ford LNT 9000 Semi Tractor Cab - Norfolk Southern

HO Scale - Atlas Model Railroad - 30 000 027 - 1984 Ford LNT 9000 Semi Tractor Cab - Norfolk Southern

Brand/Importer Atlas Model Railroad
Stock Number 30 000 027
Original Retail Price $11.95
Manufacturer Generic China
Country of Manufacture China
Body Style Description 1984 Ford LNT 9000 Semi Tractor Cab
Road/Company Name Norfolk Southern (Details)
Paint Color(s) White
Print Color(s) Black, and White
Body Construction Injection Molded Plastic
Assembled Item Size (In Inches Length x Width x Height) 2.63 x 1..03 x 1.50
Item Weight (In Ounces) .40
Packaged Item Height (In Inches) 1.75
Packaged Item Length (In Inches) 6.38
Packaged Item Width (In Inches) 4.00
Packaged Item Weight (In Onces) 1.20
Series Name Motoring 2000
Recommended Age Group 14+
Announcement Date 2008-01-23
Release Date 2008-07-01
Item Category Vehicles
Model Type Truck
Model Subtype Semi Tractor Cab
Model Variety Dual Axle Ford LNT 9000 1984
Prototype Description 1984 Ford LNT 9000 Semi Tractor Cab
Region North America
Era/Epoch Era V: 1979 - Present

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Recommended Age Group Information:
Recommended For Age Group 14 and Older

Body Style Information:
Factory assembled, this model has clear plastic headlights and window glazing, square fuel tanks with integrated steps, non-steerable free-rolling wheels, rubber tires, and steel axles.

Molded in color, the tractor cab is fitted with a seat and a steering wheel.

Road/Company Information:
The Norfolk Southern Railway (reporting mark NS) is a Class I railroad in the United States; began in 1982 and 1990. With headquarters in Norfolk, Virginia, the company operates 36,200 route miles in 22 eastern states, the District of Columbia, and has rights in Canada from Buffalo to Toronto and over the Albany to Montreal route. NS is responsible for maintaining 29,000 miles, with the remainder being operated under trackage rights from other parties responsible for maintenance. The common commodity hauled on the railroad is coal from mines in Indiana, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia. The railroad also offers the most intermodal network in eastern North America.

NS is a major transporter of domestic and export coal. The railroad's major sources of the mineral are located in: Pennsylvania's Cambria and Indiana counties, as well as the Monongahela Valley; West Virginia; and the Appalachia regions of Virginia, Kentucky, and Tennessee. In Pennsylvania, NS also receives coal through interchange with R.J. Corman Railroad/Pennsylvania Lines at Cresson, Pennsylvania, originating in the "Clearfield Cluster". NS's export of West Virginia bituminous coal, begins transport on portions of the well-engineered former Virginian Railway and the former N&W double-tracked line in Eastern Virginia to its Lambert's Point coal pier on Hampton Roads at Norfolk. Coal transported by NS is thus exported to steel mills and power plants around the world. The company is also a major transporter of auto parts and completed vehicles. It operates intermodal container and TOFC (trailer on flat car) trains, some in conjunction with other railroads. NS was the first railway to employ roadrailers, which are highway truck trailers with interchangeable wheel sets.

The Norfolk Southern Railway's parent Norfolk Southern Corporation is a Norfolk, Virginia-based parent company. Norfolk Southern Corporation was incorporated on July 23, 1980 in the Commonwealth of Virginia and is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the symbols NSC. The primary business function of Norfolk Southern Corporation is the rail transportation of raw materials, intermediate products, and finished goods across the Southeast, East, and Midwest United States. The corporation further facilitates transport to the remainder of the United States through interchange with other rail carriers while also serving overseas transport needs by serving several Atlantic and Gulf Coast ports. As of October 1, 2014 Norfolk Southern Corporation's total public stock value was slightly over $34.5 billion.

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