ATSF moloco boxcars on the Frisco!

Discussion in 'Boxcars' started by nickmolo, Jun 26, 2015.

  1. nickmolo

    nickmolo Member

    Guys,

    Here is a classic example of the Santa Fe boxcars that moloco produces right in the middle of the Lindenwood Yard in 1965. I specifically picked the same car number for the Frisco modelers, see the below link for the model. I know of many other cases that these cars were found on the Frisco. One of the most coveted pool partners in Transcon service with the Frisco.

    http://www.molocotrains.com/store/freightcars/atsf-bx-21001-03-10-0offwideundeckit-1.html

    Some cars are still available. I encourage larger orders with a groups of you, to save on shipping. The shipping charges are $15 flat rate for 1-5 cars and free shipping for 6 cars or more.

    Regards,

    Nick Molo
    moloco
     

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  2. meteor910

    meteor910 2009 Engineer of the Year Staff Member Frisco.org Supporter

    That is a neat photo! Thanks Nick.

    Ken
     
  3. William Jackson

    William Jackson Bill Jackson

    Nice inside shot of a Frisco Chat load. I think maybe 5 of these will look good on my layout. The red will look neat.
     
  4. TAG1014

    TAG1014 Frisco.org Supporter Frisco.org Supporter

    Also note the two-dome tank car in the picture.

    Tom G.
     
  5. William Jackson

    William Jackson Bill Jackson

    Have others had issues getting on Moloco's web page lately. The store link gives ma a error message as does a search on the net.
     
  6. nickmolo

    nickmolo Member

    William, I had been doing some maintenance and upgraded of the website. It's all back up now.

    Nick
     
  7. William Jackson

    William Jackson Bill Jackson

    I was kinda looking through the NMRA 2015 Portland show. I see Moloco has a booth their, any insider surprises?
    I am about 90% going, kinda wana see what has changed in the area. Course the two big bridges is quite the site.
    Columbia Double Swing, Willamette Draw. By the way, the Willamette was floated into place with the tide, they replaced that right before I started working their in 94.
     

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