For the second PA1 release, AZL brings you New Haven in the striking McGinnis paint scheme! While the PA1 were designed for passenger service, the New Haven used these unit to pull freight as well. AZL Is offering the locomotive in two different road nubmers. Contact you favorite AZL dealer now.
Another 8,000 Gallon Tanker
I really like the 8,000 Gallon tanker series AZL has produced. This month a single care is availalbe for the Paluxy Asphalt Companty, road number SHPX 4034. Contact you favorite AZL dealer now.
A long awaited locomotive in z scale, the PA locomotives from American Z Lines have finally made their way to the market. Some years ago, a brass PA was available but if you are lucky enough to find one anymore on ebay, it’s going to cost you! Check out the video for more on these great little locomotives. Contact you favorite AZL dealer now.
Available in two diiferent road numbers. The Burlington Zephyrs were synonymous with the classic American streamlined passenger trains. The streaks of silver would be seen running the rails through the mid-west and beyond. Classic names of these trains included: Twin Zephyrs, Silver Streak Zephyr, Pioneer Zephyr, Mark Twain Zephyr, Zephyr Rockets, Texas Zephyrs and others! Contact you favorite AZL dealer now.
I can’t see these lasting long! The SPFE R-70-20 Reefer is available in a four car set, two car set and a single. The biggest complaint with the SPFE cars continues to be, not enough! Check your favorite AZL dealer now.
Here you go, the first new release for 2022 from American Z Line. First up the El Capitan. Available in 3 differen eleven car sets and an add on set as well. Also F-7 A/B sets with 300 series numbers.
The Santa Fe El Capitan was the economy coach counterpart to the all Pullman Santa Fe Super Chief. Starting in the mid-1950s, the El Capitan pioneered Hi-Level cars developed by the Budd Company. By raising the passenger section, Budd could move all of the supporting equipment below the floor boards, eliminate vestibules, and extend the seating area to the entire length of the car. Not only did this provide a better view out of the higher seating location, but it also increased seating capacity for each car. The El Capitan ran on the same schedule and route as the Super Chief, and offered a quality experience, with full dining and lounge cars, at an affordable price. These Budd Hi-Level cars became the model for modern Amtrak Superliner cars, which are now the backbone of long haul trains in America. Our Santa Fe El Capitan models the train as it appeared in August of 1956. It includes a typical consists of Baggage, Dorm / Hi-Level Transition, Step-Up Hi-Level Coach, Hi-Level Coach, Dining and Lounge cars. The last Step-Up Coach includes a rear drumhead logo of the El Capitan. The packaging includes cavities for four EMD F3/7 units in an A-B-B-A configuration that was typical motive power for the Santa Fe’s El Capitan.