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Quick Look: Micro-Trains N scale 70-foot TTX Husky-Stack car

Read this review from the August 2017 Model Railroader
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Micro-Trains N scale 70-foot TTX Husky-Stack car
Micro-Trains Line’s new N scale 70-foot Husky Stack features a one-piece die-cast metal body, see-through walkways, and separately applied plastic ladders and brake gear.

Originally named the Well Runner by its developer, TTX Co., the 70-foot stand-alone well car – better known as the Husky-Stack – is a common sight on modern-day railroads. Built by Thrall and Gunderson to TTX specs, they were designed to carry 48-foot intermodal containers on jobs for which there weren’t enough containers going to the same place to warrant a three- or five-unit drawbar-connected well car.

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