Kadee HO Scale Miner Brake Wheels - Red Oxide (8 per pack) Retail Price : $3 .19 Internet Trains Price: $2.71 Item Number: KAD-2032 Quantity in Shopping Cart : None review (s )
Micro-Trains - 1063 Miner Brake Wheels (12 per package) 1063 Miner Brake Wheels (12 per package)
Kadee HO Scale Miner Brake Wheels - Boxcar Red (8 per pack) Retail Price : $3 .19 Internet Trains Price: $2.71 Item Number: KAD-2022 Quantity in Shopping Cart : None review (s )
Kadee HO Scale Miner Brake Wheels - Black (8 per pack) Retail Price : $3 .19 Internet Trains Price: $2.71 Item Number: KAD-2042 Quantity in Shopping Cart : None review (s )
Kadee - HO Brake Wheel Miner/Black (8)<br/>
Kadee Qualtiy Products, CO. Part KAD2042. HO Brake Wheel, Miner/Black (8).
$2.89 Miner Type Brake Wheels pkg(8) -- Black HO [380-2042] Miner Type Brake Wheels pkg(8) -- Black HO Injection-molded plastic brake wheels usable with any manufacturer's freight cars.
HB-0301 HAND BRAKE MULTIPLE SET HB-0301 HAND BRAKE MULTIPLE SET Product Description Set of the ten most popular handbrakes used from 1930 onwards. Upgrade any freight car or caboose with these HO scale vertical power handbrakes for your next project or ready to run car. Designed for and uses Moloco or Kadee brake wheels. This kit includes the following handbrakes: Ajax Model 5 & 7, built 1930 to 1993 Champion -Peacock 1148, built 1936 to 1966 Equipco No. 3750/2550, built 1970 to 1997 Equipco No. 4000,
CA-0305 FREIGHT CAR APPLIANCE KIT - MINER CA-0305 FREIGHT CAR APPLIANCE KIT - MINER Product Description Upgrade your car with this appliance kti. It can be used to add or replace details of a kit or improve a ready to run car's accuracy and appearance. Following is a list of appliances included: * Miner D-3290-XL hand brake, built 1937 to 1978 * Miner 6600 & 66(N&W only) hand brake, built 1966 to 1978 * AAR 1958 "modern" brake wheel * Hand brake high and low-mount plates * Standard tack boards (2) *
You Are Here: >> Miner's Wagon Ye Olde Tic-Tock Shoppe's Ghost Town Gallery MINER'S WAGON with or without Clock Much of the Old West was settled as mining camps and towns were built. Most often a man, with his family, would put down his 'grub' stakes' on a piece of land and register it with the nearby mining claims office as his claim. Some miners lived nearby in a town while the majority of them lived in a portable shack on his claim. A mining claim was not eligible for building a permanent residence on