New Product Spotlight – Halloween 2012

8 10 2012

Halloween is just around the corner, is your railroad ready? We have several new Halloween-themed items in this year’s catalogs to start or grow your spooky collections.

Peanuts® Halloween Boxcar (6-39363) – Made in the USA!

Peanuts Boxcar


The whole comic strip cast appears on the sides of this black and orange boxcar, proudly made right here in the United States. The “trick-or-treat” scene would be the perfect complement to our Jack-o-Lantern flatcar (6-37015) and other Halloween cars, or use it with the other Peanuts® holiday cars!

In addition to the great graphics, the car features die-cast sprung metal trucks, operating couplers, a metal frame and opening doors. It retails for $64.99. A partial shipment has already gone out to dealers, more will follow.

Halloween Searchlight Car (6-37038)



Scare away the ghosts and goblins with this Halloween Searchlight. The working light is mounted on a flatcar and can be adjusted to different positions to project bat silhouettes wherever you’d like.

The car also features die-cast metal trucks and operating couplers and retails for $45.99. These cars are at your dealers now.

Hallow’s Eve Express Passenger Car 2-Pack No. 2 (6-35256)

Hallow's Eve Passenger


Expand your Hallow’s Eve Express consist with two more passenger cars, “Black Castle” and “Dark Dungeon.” Sounds like great accommodations to me!

The cars will look great behind our Hallow’s Eve 4-6-0 (6-18745). The cars feature new silhouettes in the windows, highlighted by a blinking orange light on the interior. The pair retails for $119.99 and are at your dealers now. These and all of our Halloween cars featured here will negotiate an O-27 curve.

Halloween Haunted Passenger Station (6-37954)



Pull your Hallow’s Eve Express up to this haunted passenger station – the perfect stop in any “ghost town!” This classic accessory has been enlivened (?) with spooky decorations and interior illumination with a dimming effect. The station retails for $74.99 and it’s on its way to dealers this month.

So get out your costumes and candy ready! String some cotton cobwebs across your platform and turn out the lights. Halloween is almost here!



One response

8 10 2012
T Rosen

I don’t see any Halloween or Christmas trains on the tracks near my home.

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