N-scale diesel listings of older issues

Discussion in 'N / Z Scale Model Trains' started by Dan Vincent, Sep 20, 2004.

  1. Dan Vincent

    Dan Vincent Member

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    At one time the ATLAS web page had a history section where you could research any road name or loco type and see what diesels were previously made by ATLAS for a road such as Conrail. Or you could select a loco type and see what road names were available at one time.

    Does anyone still have access to that list? What about Kato, Lifelike and others.

    I like to be able to research the availability of out of production, as well as current locos.
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  3. Dan Vincent

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    Wayne,

    That's exactly what I'm looking for.

    Thanks a lot, now I can do some research.

    Dan
  4. Dan Vincent

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    Wayne,

    I started checking out the Conrail listings and discovered I have a lot more than the list shows.

    Then I saw where the last time the list was updated was in 2001.......

    Back to the drawing board.
  5. Muddy Creek

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    Oh, sorry about that. I only have old locos so when I used & bookmarked that site I didn't notice the date.

    Wayne
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  7. Dan Vincent

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    The list is still on the Atlas site under Products/N-Products.

    Atlas Customer Service pointed me to the list of older issues.

    http://www.atlasrr.com/nproducts.htm

    All is well now, the nation is secure.