2016 Limited Edition OC&E Collector's Calendar #7
Less than 20 left!!
Our calendar that shows some beautiful shots of the OC&E layout.
They're here! Each fall the museum releases a totally new calendar featuring photos taken from a single, world-class model railroad: the Oregon, California and Eastern Railway, located at the Colorado Model Railroad Museum at the Greeley Freight Station. This year marks the seventh year of a special annual release in a series that is planned to cover a span of 12 years. The 2016 Limited Edition version is now available in the museum gift shop and is sure to join its five predecessors as an instant collector's item. Serious model railroaders need one of these in their train room just to serve as inspiration, if not keeping track of what day it happens to be. While they last, calendars are $9.95 plus shipping.
Athearn | HO Scale | Caboose | C&S
Car Numbers: 10583
Going, going, not quite gone! Collectors take note: This HO scale version of the museum's C&S caboose 10583 is down to the last few units and when they're gone... well, they're gone. What a terrific memento this can be of your visit to the Colorado Model Railroad Museum. Sold exclusively right here.
Atlas | HO Scale | Boxcar | Oregon, California & Eastern Railway Co. (OC&E)
Car Numbers: 12065
Sob! We'll try to break this to you as gently as possible: the initial run of our 12065 OC&E HO scale boxcar is officially sold out.
Atlas Master Line | HO Scale | Boxcar *2nd run* | Oregon, California & Eastern Railway Co. (OC&E)
Car Numbers: 12011, 12032, 12039, and Un-number
Due to the popularity of the OC&E Boxcar model that has sold out , a new order has arrived with multiple number options. Available now are three pre-numbered options and one un-numbered option that comes with decals for custom numbering.
Car numbers: 12011, 12032, 12039, un-number
Lionel | O Scale | Drop center flat car with real marble load | COLO YULE MARBLE CO.
Car Numbers: #3, #6
For generations O scale Lionel trains have been the benchmark for collectibility in model train circles. Our museum has obtained the entire inventory of the small remainder of Rocky Mountain Division Train Collectors Association's famous special run of "Marble Cars": deep welled, double trucked flat cars that feature payload slabs of real marble from the world famous Yule Mine in Colorado. This is the same mine that produced the marble for such iconic structures as the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. These tremendously rare cars can be obtained in only one of two ways: used, from one of the few collectors who are fortunate enough to own one or two, or brand new in their original packaging from right here at the Colorado Model Railroad Museum. The cars come in two numbers: #3 and #6. Every serious Lionel collector will want a pair of these for his/her collection. Truly, this is an outstanding investment opportunity. First come, first serve. All proceeds go directly to the CMRM, a 501(c)3 charitable non-profit organization.