With 60 cars built in the company's Keyser Valley plant in Scranton,
Pennsylvania between 1948 and 1954, this aptly-named design became the
signature caboose of the Lackawanna Railroad. Constructed on
repurposed tender frames, these cabooses survived well into
This limited-run kit contains polyurethane resin body,
roofs and floor/underframe; etched brass and stainless steel detail parts;
steel weight; Atlas leaf-spring friction-bearing trucks and wheelsets;
Micro-Trains® smoke stack, Ajax
brakewheels and #2001 couplers; Evergreen clear styrene for the windows;
and Microscale decals with assorted railroads and schemes.
Click here for the assembly guide and suggested decoration schemes. Made in United States.
|ESM#||Reporting Marks||Era||Release Date||List Price||Current Status|
|600100||undecorated a||1948-1983||Mar 2013||$45.00||Discontinued May 2013|
|600101||undecorated m||1970-1983||Mar 2013||$45.00||Discontinued Feb 2017|
mmodernized configuration with vandal screens
These products are not toys and are not recommended for children under 14 years of age.
Made in America Series #6001 - DL&W Keyser Valley Caboose