UMTRR Listing of Body Styles - N, Nn3, HOn3 and Z Scales
©1997-2017 George J. Irwin. All rights reserved. Reposting prohibited. Legal Stuff

Here are translations of the catalog numbers of body styles in N, Nn3 HOn3 and Z Scale. Official caveat: they are NOT official-- of course not, it's an "unofficial report!" In fact, these descriptions have changed from time to time on M/T's own labels.

Click on the "image" link in the table to see a pop-up window with the car image. All images are Copyright © by and available through kind permission of Micro-Trains Line, Inc. except where starred (*) where they are Copyright © and available through kind permission of The N Scale Collector's Society (Nn3 and Z Scale examples).

Where available, I have indicated the prototype from which the body style is drawn. Contributions to this part of the table are heartily encouraged!


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N SCALE:

This table includes both the "new" (starting January 2005) and "old" (November 1972 to December 2004) catalog numbers. MTL officially changed to an eight digit catalog number for all items including rolling stock in January 2005.
Series
New/Old
Image Description
Prototype
First Release Date
020 xx xxx
20000
Image40 Foot Single Door Boxcar
Pullman-Standard PS-1 Type Boxcar, 6 Foot Door
Nov 1972
021 xx xxx
21000
Image40 Foot Plug Door BoxcarSep 1973
022 xx xxx
22000
Image40 Foot Plug and Sliding Door BoxcarMay 1973
023 xx xxx
23000
Image40 Foot Double Door BoxcarJun 1973
024 xx xxx
24000
Image40 Foot Single Door Box without Running Board (Roofwalk), Short LaddersJun 1974
025 xx xxx
25000
Image50 Foot Exterior Post Single Door Box Car
FMC 5077 Cubic Foot X-Post Boxcar (per Aug 2000 RMJ)
Feb 1981
026 xx xxx
26000
Image50 Foot Exterior Post Plug and Sliding Door BoxcarDec 1985
027 xx xxx
27000
Image50 Foot Exterior Post Plug Door Boxcar
FMC 5077 Cubic Foot X-Post Boxcar (per Aug 2000 RMJ)
Sep 1983
028 xx xxx
28000
Image40 Foot Single Sheathed Single Door Boxcar
USRA Design 1001-B, Southern Pacific B-50-12 Class (w/Straight Underframe) (See Railroad Prototype Cyclopedia Vol. 17)
Mar 1974
029 xx xxx
29000
Image40 Foot Single Sheathed 1 1/2 Dr BoxcarJan 1975
030 xx xxx
30000
Image50 Foot Exterior Post Double Door Boxcar
FMC 5077 Cubic Foot X-Post Boxcar (per Aug 2000 RMJ)
May 1983
031 xx xxx
31000
Image50 Foot Single Door BoxcarSep 1974
032 xx xxx
32000
Image50 Foot Plug Door BoxcarNov 1974
033 xx xxx
33000
Image50 Foot Plug and Sliding Door BoxcarJan 1975
034 xx xxx
34000
Image50 Foot Double Door BoxcarJun 1974
035 xx xxx
35000
Image40 Foot Despatch Stock Car
NYC 28000-28499 (Lot 757-S) convertible stock cars
rebuilt from USRA SS box cars in 1947 (per J. Stephen Sandifer on the SFR&MHS site, 2/2003)
Feb 1974
036 xx xxx
36000
Image50 Foot Double Plug Door BoxcarJan 1974
037 xx xxx
37000
Image50 Foot Double Door Box without Running Board (Roofwalk)May 1979
038 xx xxx
38000
Image50 Foot Plug Door Boxcar without Running Board (Roofwalk)Nov 1975
039 xx xxx
39000
Image40 Foot Double Sheathed Wood Boxcar, Vertical Brake Staff
USRA Type Boxcar 1003-B, Drawings in September 1938 Model Railroader, also see Railroad Prototype Cyclopedia Vol. 16
Apr 1985#
040 xx xxx
40000
Image40 Foot Single Sheathed Wood 1 1/2 Door BoxcarJul 2001
041 xx xxx
41000
Image40 Foot Double Sheathed Wood 1 1/2 Door Boxcar, Vertical Brake StaffJul 2000
042 xx xxx
42000
Image40 Foot Double Sheathed Wood Single Door BoxcarFeb 1975
043 xx xxx
43000
Image40 Foot Double Sheathed Wood 1 1/2 Door BoxcarFeb 1975
044 xx xxx
44000
Image50 Foot Straight Side Flat CarJul 1977
045 xx xxx
45000
Image50 Foot Fishbelly Side Flat Car
Based on AC&F Design Built for Western Maryland Railroad
May 1975
046 xx xxx
46000
Image50 Foot Fishbelly Side Gondola
Similar to Bethlehem Steel 52 Foot 6 Inch 70-Ton Design for B&O and others
Jul 1975
047 xx xxx
47000
Image40 Foot Wood Side RefrigeratorAug 1976
048 xx xxx
48000
Image50 Foot Straight Side GondolaMar 1977
049 xx xxx
49000
Image40 Foot Wood Side Refrigerator, Vertical Brake StaffJul 1982
050 xx xxx
50000
Image34 Foot Wood Caboose, Slant Cupola
Harriman Common Standard Design (UP/SP) CA/CA-1 Class Caboose (as built)
Jun 1975
051 xx xxx
51000
Image34 Foot Wood Caboose, Straight Cupola
Harriman Common Standard Design (UP/SP) CA/CA-1 Class Caboose (modified)
Oct 1989
052 xx xxx
52000
Image52 Foot Steel Plug Door Express Refrigerator
General American Express Refrigerator, Built 1958, REA Series 6900 to 7899
Aug 2000
053 xx xxx
53000
Image60 Foot Thrall® Centerbeam FlatJan 1995
053 xx 5xx
53500
Image60 Foot Gunderson® Center Partition FlatSep 1997
053 xx 7xx
53700
Image60 Foot Thrall® I-Beam Centerbeam FlatJun 2000
054 xx xxx
54000
Image62 Foot Bulkhead Flat Car
Thrall Bulkhead Flat for Burlington Northern, built Mid-1970's (per Feb 1987 Model Railroader)
Oct 1986
055 xx xxx
55000
Image33 Foot 2 Bay Offset Hopper, Flat EndsJun 1977
056 xx xxx
56000
Image33 Foot 2 Bay Ribside Hopper, Flat Ends Jan 1977
057 xx xxx
57000
Image33 Foot 2 Bay Composite Hopper, Flat EndsJun 1977
058 xx xxx
58000
Image36 Foot Wood Refrigerator, Truss Rod UnderframeSep 1995
058 xx 5xx
58500
Image36 Foot Wood Refrigerator, Steel UnderframeNov 1998
059 xx xxx
59000
Image40 Foot Steel Side Ice Refrigerator, without Preco Fan
Pacific Fruit Express Steel Refrigerator Car, Class R-40-10
Dec 1995
059 xx 5xx
59500
Image40 Foot Steel Side Ice Refrigerator, with Preco Fan
Pacific Fruit Express Steel Refrigerator Car, Class R-40-10 (with fan)
Aug 1996
060 xx xxx
60000
Image50 Foot Composite Side Gondola, Straight Side, Drop EndsAug 1987
061 xx xxx
61000
Image50 Foot Composite Side Gondola, Straight Side, Fixed EndsAug 1987
062 xx xxx
62000
Image50 Foot Composite Side Gondola, Fishbelly Side, Drop EndsAug 1987
063 xx xxx
63000
Image50 Foot Composite Side Gondola, Fishbelly Side, Fixed EndsAug 1987
064 xx xxx
64000
Image58 Foot TOFC Flat Car (some sold with trailers)Jul 1987
065 xx xxx
65000
Image39 Foot Single Dome Tank Car
General American ICC-103 10,000 Gallon Tank Car (per August 1996 RMJ)
Nov 1979
066 xx xxx
none
Image3 Dome Tank Car
American Car and Foundry Version
April 2008
069 xx xxx
69000
Image51 Foot Mechanical Refrigerator, Riveted Sides
Fruit Growers Express, Built 1956
Jan 1989
070 xx xxx
70000
Image51 Foot Mechanical Refrigerator, Rib SidesDec 1988
071 xx xxx
71000
Image89 Foot TOFC Flat Car (some sold with trailers)May 1991
071 xx 5xx
71500
Image89 Foot TOFC Flat Car (apparently merged into 071 00 xxx)May 1991
072 xx xxx
72000
Image89 Foot COFC Flat CarMar 1992
073 xx xxx
73000
Image40 Foot Single Door Box Car without Running Board (Roofwalk), Full LaddersNov 2001
074 xx xxx
74000
Image40 Foot Plug Door Box Car without Running Board (Roofwalk), Short LaddersJul 1996
075 xx xxx
75000
Image50 Foot Double Door Box without Running Board (Roofwalk)Aug 1991
076 xx xxx
76000
Image50 Foot Plug and Sliding Door Box without Running Board (Roofwalk)Jun 1997
077 xx xxx
77000
Image50 Foot Single Door Box Car without Running Board (Roofwalk)Aug 1995
078 xx xxx
78000
Image50 Foot Double Door Box Car with End Doors (Automobiles)Nov 1996
079 xx xxx
79000
Image50 Foot Double Door Box Car, Round RoofNov 1999
083 xx xxx
none
Image40 Foot General Service Drop Bottom Gondola
Union Pacific/Southern Pacific Prototype
Nov 2007
084 xx xxx
none
Image40 Foot Drop Bottom Gondola w/Side Extensions
Combined UP/SP and SP&S Prototype
Jul 2008
085 xx xxx
none
Image33 Foot 2 Bay Panel Side HopperMay 2007
086 xx xxx
86000
Image33 Foot 2 Bay Offset Hopper, Notched Arch EndMar 1993
087 xx xxx
87000
33 Foot 2 Bay Offset Hopper, Arch EndDec 1994
088 xx xxx
88000
33 Foot 2 Bay Offset Hopper, Notched Peak EndAug 1993
089 xx xxx
89000
Image33 Foot 2 Bay Ribside Hopper, Notched Peak EndAug 1997
090 xx xxx
90000
Image33 Foot 2 Bay Offset Hopper, Peak EndJan 1998
091 xx xxx
91000
Image33 Foot 2 Bay Ribside Hopper, Peak EndMay 1993
092 xx xxx
92000
Image2 Bay ACF Center Flow® Hopper
American Car & Foundry CF2970
Oct 1993
093 xx xxx
93000
Image3 Bay ACF Center Flow, Round Hatches
American Car & Foundry CF4650
Aug 1994
094 xx xxx
94000
Image3 Bay ACF Center Flow, Trough (Long) Hatches
American Car & Foundry CF4650
May 1994
096 xx xxx
none
ImagePS-2 3 Bay High Side Covered Hopper
Pullman-Standard High Side 4427 Cubic Foot Design
Mar 2011
098 xx xxx
none
ImageGACX 50 Foot Airslide Covered Hopper
General American 4180 Cubic Foot Covered Hopper (Post 1973, Low Brake Wheel)
Oct 2016
099 xx xxx
none
ImageEvans 3 Bay Covered Hopper
Evans 4780 Cubic Foot Covered Hopper (Built 1977-81)
Oct 2006
100 xx xxx
100000
Image36 Foot Riveted Steel Side CabooseMar 1996
101 xx xxx
none
Image40 Foot "Hy-Cube" Boxcar, Single Door, Smooth SidesApr 2005
101 xx 7xx
none
ImageModified 40 Foot "Hy-Cube" Boxcar, Single Door one side only
Not prototypical; used for Special Edition Civil War Cars and other Special Editions
Sep 2012
102 xx xxx
102000
Image60 Foot Excess Height Double Plug Door Boxcar, Rivet SidesAug 1997
103 xx xxx
103000
Image60 Foot Excess Height Double Plug Door Boxcar, Waffle SidesApr 1998
104 xx xxx
104000
Image60 Foot Excess Height Single Door Boxcar, Rivet SidesOct 1998
105 xx xxx
105000
Image50 Foot Steel 14 Panel Gondola, Fishbelly Sides, Fixed EndsDec 1997
105 xx 5xx
105500
Image50 Foot "PS-5" Steel 15 Panel Gondola, Fixed EndsAug 1999
105 xx 7xx
none
Image50 Foot Steel 14 Panel Gondola, Straight Sides, Fixed EndsAug 2009
106 xx xxx
106000
Image50 Foot Steel 14 Panel Gondola with Low Cover, Fixed EndsSep 1998
106 xx 2xx
106200
Image50 Foot Steel 15 Panel Gondola with Low Cover, Fixed EndsJan 2000
108 xx xxx
108000
Image100 Ton 3 Bay Open Hopper, Rib SidesApr 2000
109 xx xxx
109000
ImageHeavyweight Depressed Center Flat Car
Gulf, Mobile and Ohio single car 79000 series from Commonwealth Steel Car "kit" (per Eric Smith, Nov/Dec 2017 N Scale Enthusiast)
Feb 2001
109 xx 2xx
109200
ImageHeavyweight Depressed Center Flat Car w/LoadMay 2002
110 xx xxx
110000
Image54 Foot General Service Tank CarJuly 2001
111 xx xxx
111000
Image89 Foot Enclosed Tri-Level Auto RackSep 2004
112 xx xxx
112000
Image89 Foot Open Tri-Level Auto RackDec 2003
112 xx 5xx
112500
Image89 Foot Open Bi-Level Auto RackMay 2004
112 xx 7xx
None
Image89 Foot Converted Open Bi-Level Auto Rack
Ringling Brothers Conversion (Prototype), 1st Release in RBB&B Train Set
Apr 2010
113 xx xxx
113000
Image42 Foot Skeleton Log CarDec 2002
113 xx 5xx
113500
Image30 Foot Skeleton Log CarApr 2004
113 xx 7xx
none
ImageDisconnect Logging TrucksFeb 2006
114 xx xxx
none
Image42 Foot Spine Log Car with UprightsMay 2005
115 xx xxx
none
Image65 Foot Log Car UprightsJul 2013
116 xx xxx
116000
ImageTroop Sleeper
Pullman-Standard Troop Sleeper, Version 1
May 2003
118 xx xxx
118000
ImageTroop Kitchen
American Car and Foundry Kitchen Car
May 2003
120 xx xxx
120000
Image40 Foot AAR/USRA Single Door Boxcar, Murphy RoofMay 1999
120 xx 2xx
120200
Image40 Foot AAR/USRA Single Door Boxcar, Flat Panel RoofDec 1999
120 xx 5xx
120500
Image40 Foot USRA 1923 Steel Box Car, Murphy Roof, Vertical Brake StaffApr 2001
120 xx 7xx
120700
Image40 Foot USRA 1923 Steel Box Car, Overlapping Flat Panel Roof, Vertical Brake StaffDec 2004##
121 xx xxx
none
ImageScale Test CarJan 2007
122 xx xxx
none
Image60 Foot Double Plug Door Boxcar/41 Foot Truck Centers
Greenville Steel Car Co Design, circa 1963
Nov 2012
122 xx xxx
none
Image60 Foot Double Plug Door Boxcar/46 Foot Truck Centers
Greenville Steel Car Co Design, circa 1963
Dec 2012
125 xx xxx
125000
ImageOrtner 3 Bay Rapid Discharge Hopper
Ortner Rapid Discharge Hopper
Nov 2004
130 xx xxx
none
ImageBay Window Caboose, Windowless Sides
Southern Pacific C-50-9
Jun 2009
135 xx xxx
none
Image68 Foot Gunderson Well Car "Husky-Stack" (Single Car)
Gunderson Prototype
Feb 2017
137 xx xxx
none
ImageDODX Heavy Duty Flat Car (6 Wheel Trucks)
FGE Prototype Built for Dept of Defense
Aug 2018
137 xx xxx
none
ImageDODX Heavy Duty Flat Car (4 Wheel Trucks)
FGE Prototype Built for Dept of Defense
Sep 2018
139 xx xxx
none
Image70 Foot Circus Flat Car
Warren Tank Car Company Prototype
Mar 2016
140 xx xxx
none
ImageRailway Post Office Car, 2/4 and 3/3 Windows
Based on CB&Q Prototype
Oct 2009
141 xx xxx
none
ImagePullman 10-1-2 Sleeper Passenger Car
Based on Pullman Plan 3585 w/Air Conditioners
Jun 2010
142 xx xxx
none
ImagePullman 12-1 Sleeper Passenger Car
Based on Pullman Plan 3410/3410A
Jul 2010
143 xx xxx
none
ImagePullman 28-1 Parlor Passenger Car
Based on Pullman Plan 3416
Aug 2010
144 xx xxx
none
ImageHeavyweight 3-2 Observation Car
Based on Pullman Plan 3959D
Aug 2011
144 xx 7xx
none
ImageBusiness Car
Variation on 144 Series
Jul 2016*
145 xx xxx
none
ImageHeavyweight Paired Window Coach
Based on Baltimore & Ohio Plan 2882-B
Dec 2011
146 xx xxx
none
ImageHeavyweight Diner
Based on Pennsylvania RR D78 Class
Nov 2014
147 xx xxx
none
ImageHeavyweight Baggage Car
Based on Erie Railroad Protoype
Apr 2015
148 xx xxx
none
ImageHeavyweight Mail/Baggage Car
Based on CB&Q Protoype, AC&F 1914
Jul 2015
149 xx xxx
none
ImageHeavyweight Horse Car
Somewhat based on SP Prototype
Jan 2016
151 xx xxx
none
Image26 Foot Civil War Era Boxcar, Link & Pin CouplersFeb 2013
152 xx xxx
none
Image26 Foot Civil War Era Converted Boxcar (Caboose), Link & Pin CouplersFeb 2013
153 xx xxx
none
Image26 Foot Civil War Era Flat Car, Link & Pin CouplersFeb 2013
154 xx xxx
none
Image26 Foot Civil War Era Tank Car, Link & Pin CouplersJun 2015
180 xx xxx
none
Image50 Foot Steel Boxcar, Single 10 Foot Door, No Running Board (Roofwalk), Short LaddersJul 2017
181 xx xxx
none
Image50 Foot Steel Boxcar, Single Plug Door, No Running Board (Roofwalk), Short LaddersJul 2017
182 xx xxx
none
Image50 Foot Steel Boxcar, Double Door, No Running Board (Roofwalk), Short LaddersJul 2017
450 xx xxx
66000
Image40 Foot Smooth Side TrailerOct 1987
451 xx xxx
67000
Image45 Foot Smooth Side TrailerOct 1987
452 xx xxx
68000
Image48 Foot Smooth Side TrailerOct 1987
460 xx xxx
80000
Image20 Foot ContainerJul 1992
461 xx xxx
81000
Image40 Foot ContainerMar 1992
461 xx 7xx
81700
Image48 Foot Container (Deluxe Innovations Body/MTL Paint)Jun 2004
462 xx xxx
none
20 Foot Container, Rivet Sides
Checking first release date with MTL at this writing
---
468 xx xxx
none
Image48 Foot Corrugated Side Trailer
48 Foot 'Hi-Cube' Container, Domestic Use (Monon, Great Dane, Hyundai, early Stoughton)
Nov 2016
469 xx xxx
none
Image53 Foot Corrugated Side Trailer
CIMC 53 Foot 'Hi-Cube' Container, Domestic Use
May 2016
985 xx xxx
none
ImageHelium Car (Roco Car, MTL Paint, Lettering, Trucks & Couplers)
American Car & Foundry, Built 1961
Sep 2016
986 xx xxx
none
ImageSW1500 Diesel Locomotive (Details will vary)
Electro-Motive Division SW1500
Jun 2014
986 xx 5xx
none
ImageSW1500 Diesel Locomotive (Southern Pacific Details)
Electro-Motive Division SW1500
Jun 2015
992 xx xxx
none
ImageFT A&B Diesel Locomotive
Electro-Motive Division FT Diesels
Note: Most catalog numbers are 987 01 xxx for A Units and 987 02 xxx for B Units
Oct 2002

NOTES:
# There was one 39000 release that was a 50 Foot plug door without roofwalk, (39020 Railbox) in May 1978. That series later became the 77000.
## The 120 00 7xx (former 120700) series was first released as an N Scale Collector "Surprise Car" Special Run in 2001.
* The 144 00 7xx Business Car was released as Special Runs before a painted undecorated release (144 00 701) was made available in July 2016.




Nn3 SCALE (Narrow Gauge):

This table includes both the "new" (starting January 2005) and "old" (May 1988 to December 2004) catalog numbers. MTL officially changed to an eight digit catalog number for all items including rolling stock in January 2005.
Series
New/Old
Image Description
Prototype
First Release Date
800 xx xxx
15100
Image30 Foot Box Car, Single Door, Wood Double SheathedMay 1988
803 xx xxx
None
Image30 Foot Refrigerator Car, Wood Double SheathedDec 2014
806 xx xxx
15200
Image*30 Foot Gondola, Wood SidesMay 1988
810 xx xxx
15300
Image*30 Foot Flat Car with StakesMay 1988
811 xx xxx
15400
Image*30 Foot Flat Car without StakesMay 1988
814 xx xxx
None
Image30 Foot Single Dome Tank CarJan 2011^
815 xx xxx
15500
ImageCaboose with One Window CupolaOct 1988
816 xx xxx
15700
Image*Caboose with Two Window CupolaJuly 1989*
(None Yet)**
15900
2-6-0 B3C Steam Loco with TenderApr 1997

Notes:
*The first release of the 15701 D&RGW caboose in July 1989 is described as having the two window cupola. MTL's own notes indicate that it only had the one window cupola, and some copies are labeled as such, but two window cupola versions do exist. The first release date would be Nov 1990 if the 15701 release wasn't counted.

^Advertised as a new body style for Nn3 with first regular release in January 2011, however, was previously issued in a Special Run in 2003 (NSC # 03-117 for example). Body style is a repurposed Z Scale Single Dome Tank Car.

**There is not yet a new catalog number for this series.




HOn3 SCALE (Narrow Gauge):
Series
New/Old
Image Description
Prototype
First Release Date
850 xx xxxImage30 Foot Composite Frame RefrigeratorApr 2006
855 xx xxxImage30 Foot Flat CarSep 2007
860 xx xxxImage30 Foot GondolaJan 2008
855 xx xxxImage30 Foot Log CarJan 2007



Z SCALE:

This table includes both the "new" (starting January 2005) and "old" (March 1985 to December 2004) catalog numbers. MTL officially changed to an eight digit catalog number for all items including rolling stock in January 2005. First release dates were taken from MTL's Z Scale release database, available on their website, and may note the release of a car with Marklin couplers, Magne-Matic couplers, or both simultaneously. (Simultaneous releases did not always take place especially in early productions.)

Note that besides being renumbered, the categories of cars have been regrouped, so that, for example, all 40 foot boxcars are in the same number sequence. The table is therefore ordered by the new sequence; it would be too confusing otherwise. There seems to be plenty of room for growth, given the spaces in the numbering systems! Also note that the 40 foot gondola does not have a new number as MTL has declared it "obsolete"-- I guess that means no more of them!
Series
New/Old
Image Description
Prototype
First Release Date
500 xx xxx
14100
Image40 Foot Steel "Standard" Boxcar (PS-1), Single DoorSep 1986
501 xx xxx
14800
Image40 Foot Steel "Standard" Boxcar, Double DoorSep 1986
502 xx xxx
14900
Image40 Foot Steel "Standard" Boxcar, Plug DoorSep 1986
503 xx xxx
None
Image40 Foot Steel "Standard" Boxcar (PS-1), Single Door, No Running Board (Roofwalk)Dec 2007
505 xx xxx
13500
Image50 Foot Steel "Standard" Boxcar, Single DoorApr 1988
506 xx xxx
13700
Image50 Foot Steel "Standard" Boxcar, Double DoorApr 1988
507 xx xxx
13600
Image50 Foot Steel "Standard" Boxcar, Plug DoorMar 1988
510 xx xxx
14200
Image50 Foot Steel Exterior Post "Ribside" Boxcar, Single Door
Note last release w/old tooling was March 2003 (14212-Burlington Northern)
Mar 1985
510 xx xxx
None
Image50 Foot Steel Exterior Post, Single Door
New Molding
Aug 2006
511 xx xxx
None
Image50 Foot Steel Exterior Post, Plug DoorDec 2006
512 xx xxx
None
Image50 Foot Steel Exterior Post, Combination DoorSep 2015
515 xx xxx
13900
Image40 Foot Wood Double Sheathed Boxcar, Single DoorSep 1986
518 xx xxx
None
Image40 Foot Wood Double Sheathed Refrigerator Car, Vertical Brake Staff
Pacific Fruit Express Class R-30-1/R-30-2
Sep 2011
520 xx xxx
13800
Image40 Foot Despatch Stock CarMay 1988
522 xx xxx
13100
Image50 Foot Steel Gondola, Drop Ends, Fishbelly SidesAug 2001
523 xx xxx
13200
Image50 Foot Steel Gondola, Drop Ends, Straight SidesJan 2002
524 xx xxx
None
Image60 Foot Flat CarFeb 2007
None (Obsolete)
14300
Image*40 Foot Steel Gondola (Eight Panel), Fixed Ends, Straight SidesMar 1985#
525 xx xxx
14500
Image40 Foot Flat Car, Steel, Fishbelly SidesMar 1985
526 xx xxx
14600
Image40 Foot Bulkhead Flat Car, Steel, Fishbelly SidesMar 1985
527 xx xxx
None
Image60 Foot Bulkhead Flat Car, Steel, Straight SidesSep 2007
530 xx xxx
14400
Image39 Foot Tank Car, Single DomeMar 1985
531 xx xxx
None
ImagePS-2 Two Bay Covered HopperJul 2006
533 xx xxx
None
Image33 Foot Open Hopper, Offset Sides, Flat EndsMar 2012
534 xx xxx
None
Image33 Foot Open Hopper, Rib Sides, Flat EndsApr 2012
535 xx xxx
14700
Image30 Foot Caboose, Steel, Center CupolaMar 1985
538 xx xxx
None
Image40 Foot Log Car w/UprightsAug 2005
540 xx xxx
13000
Image68 Foot Gunderson Well Car "Husky-Stack" (Single Car)Jun 2004
548 xx xxx
None
Image51 Foot Mechanical Refrigerator Car, Rivet SideDec 2013
548 xx xxx
None
Image51 Foot Mechanical Refrigerator Car, Rib SideJan 2014
550 xx xxx
None
ImageStreamlined Sleeper Passenger Car
Based on Pullman-Standard 6-6-4 Sleeper for Union Pacific
Jan 2009
551 xx xxx
None
ImageStreamlined Dome Passenger Car
Based on Pullman-Standard Lounge (Chair Car) Type, Built 1955 for Union Pacific
Jan 2009
552 xx xxx
None
ImageStreamlined Coach Passenger Car
Based on Pullman-Standard 44 Seat Coach Built 1950 for Union Pacific
Jan 2009
553 xx xxx
None
ImageStreamlined 71 Foot Baggage Car
Based on American Car and Foundry Design, Built
Jan 2009
554 xx xxx
None
ImageStreamlined Special Baggage Car
Based on Ringling Brothers Modified Baggage Car
Apr 2010
555 xx xxx
None
ImageStreamlined Dormitory/Power Car (Repurposed Baggage Car)
Based on Ringling Brothers Modified Baggage Car
Apr 2010
556 xx xxx
None
ImageModernized Heavyweight Business CarFeb 2018
559 xx xxx
None
ImageStreamlined 83 Foot 44 Seat Passenger CarMay 2014
760 xx xxx
13300
Image20 Foot Container+Jun 2004
761 xx xxx
13400
Image40 Foot Container+Jun 2004
970 xx xxx
None
ImageSD40-2 Diesel, PoweredSep 2009
980 01 xxx
14000
ImageF-7 A Diesel, Powered
Reintroduced March 2011
Mar 1986
980 02 xxx
None
ImageF-7 B Diesel, PoweredJun 2012
980 11 xxx
12000
ImageF-7 A Diesel, UnpoweredJul 1997
980 12 xxx
17000
ImageF-7 B Diesel, Unpowered
Reintroduced March 2011
Jan 2000
981 xx xxx
None
ImageGP-35 Diesel, PoweredSep 2005
982 xx xxx
None
ImageGP-9 Diesel, PoweredJul 2007

Notes:
*The final release of the 14300 series was the 14303 Union Pacific reprint in November 1999.
+The 20 and 40 foot containers first available only with the Gunderson well car as of May, 2007. Undecorated containers were released in 4-packs (760 00 000 and 761 00 000) in April, 2008. Decorated 40 foot containers were released starting in February 2009 and decorated 20 foot containers starting in June 2009.