K-42441   Operating NYC Diner New York Central
MSRP:  $99.95  ea. KCC Member Price: $89.96

The origin of roadside diners can be traced along side the growth of railroad. Eating establishments sprang up at station stops, including some owned by the railroads themselves. As railroad travel declined in 1950s and car travel increased, old railroad cars were recycled into roadside diners. These diners feature paint schemes of your favorite railroad. Whether you choose Santa Fe, Pennsylvania or New York Central, these extruded aluminum diners will look at home on any layout. Featuring a decorated base, lighted interior with figures, a lighted sign and operating smoke unit, these nostalgic eateries will entices weary travelers to stop for a piece of pie and a cup of joe.

Catalog: 2005 2nd Edition
Release Date: In Stock

Accessory Features
  •   Aluminum Diner Body
  •   Lighted and Detailed Interior
  •   Smoking
  •   Lighted Sign
  •   Base 16" x 5.25"

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On December 03, 2016 06:11 PM, Anonymus thinks that something is not accurate:

the pvc tube that goes to the smoker is to thin and dry rots and cracks.

i recommend going to lowe's buying a foot of plastic tubing the correct inside diamitor and re place it.

1 cut off the correct length of the foot of tube you bought. 2 heat up the tube with a hair dry to take out the memory and slide it on a pen or pencil to straiten it out, place it in the freezer to set the plastic tube.