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Rapido has announced their intent to produce the Alco FA2 in HO scale, with delivery in the summer of 2016. Excerpts from their announcement:

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The Pennsylvania Railroad Technical & Historical Society (PRRT&HS) has published the Summer 2015 edition of the publication. The new issue includes articles on...

  • Renovo’s Last Days as a Railroad Town
  • “Sharks and Centipedes”
  • The PRR New York Movement Bureau
  • Engineman Joseph L. Kiehart
  • Helen Kiehart, PRR Wartime Turntable Operator
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FM Flat

Camden & Amboy Models has announced a fine-scale kit of the Pennsylvania Railroad's FM-class flatcar. Slated to be released in late April 2016, they are being produced on a limited run basis with the initial production numbers set at 150 kits.

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Just in time for the PRR-Pro group's new project -- GLA hoppers -- which begins on July 1, Westerfield has announced a re-release of their PRR GLA modernized hopper.

Westerfield writes:

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Bowser VO1000

Bowser has announced a run of Baldwin VO1000 locomotives in their Executive Line. Features include: accurate painting and lettering, can motor with flywheels, RP25 flanges, deck mounted or body mounted side handrails, super detailed, numbered, analog (DC) or with LokSound Select decoder (DCC and sound).

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