Holiday Season Brings Model Railroad Displays and December Specials from ExactRail

ExactRail, a company specializing in authentically detailed model railroad products, is offering special pricing on some of its most popular cars throughout the month of December.

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As people pull out holiday decorations, ExactRail, a company specializing in authentically detailed model railroad products, is offering some of 2012’s most popular cars at a sale price in December.

This is one of the most popular times of the year for model trains. They often play a prominent role with holiday decorating in many homes, businesses and other public areas.

Provo, Utah (PRWEB) December 05, 2012

The holiday season brings model trains to the forefront with trains running around Christmas trees or part of a holiday village layout. As people pull out their holiday decorations, ExactRail, a company specializing in authentically detailed model railroad products, is offering some of 2012’s most popular cars at a sale price in December.

“This is one of the most popular times of the year for model trains. They often play a prominent role with holiday decorating in many homes, businesses and other public areas,” said Blaine Hadfield, vice president of product for ExactRail. “With many people looking to start a holiday tradition with model trains, add to an existing layout or purchase a gift for the model train enthusiast in their life, ExactRail has some excellent sales this month on some of our most popular models.”

The Thrall 2743 Gondola is available at the discounted price of $20.95 for HO-scale models and $19.95 for N-scale models, which is a savings of $5. The car was first introduced in 1995 by the Thrall Car Manufacturing Company to help accommodate automobile manufacturers by offering increased loading dimensions. The model is available in an assortment of railroads and road numbers with accurate lettering styles, logotypes and razor-sharp printing.

The P-S 5344 Box Car for HO-scale enthusiasts has been discounted to $30.95 from $38.95. Nearly 7,000 cars were produced by the Pullman-Standard company in this style. It was the last major box car project before the company sold their assets in the early 1980s due to the economic recession. Available in an assortment of railroads and road numbers, the car has a narrow-style draft box with shank wedges, striker casting and full nut and bolt detail.

The PS-2CD 4427 Covered Hopper for N-scale enthusiasts has been discounted to $21.95 from $26.95. The classic cars originated in the 1960s in colorful paint schemes and are known for carrying dry commodities like grain, wheat, corn and flour. The model is available in a variety of railroads and road numbers and has several hand-applied details including air hoses, bell crank and brake appliances.

All ExactRail models are precision micro-tooled to offer the most authentic detailing on the market. The cars are designed, engineered and injection molded at ExactRail’s Utah headquarters. The equipment may be purchased online at exactrail.com.

Using ExactRail’s website, model railroaders may create a “wish list” of their favorite items and share the list with family and friends to help ensure they get the gifts they want. The process has been outlined at https://www.exactrail.com/create-share-wishlist.

In addition to special sale pricing in December, customers will also receive free ground shipping on orders of $50 or more sent within the continental United States. Customers shipping to Hawaii, Alaska and Canada receive free shipping on orders of $100 or more.

About ExactRail

ExactRail is a leader in precision micro-tooling in model railroading. ExactRail offers engaging products with acute attention to detail and accuracy, setting a new standard for innovation and quality in the industry. Formed in 2008, the company continues to introduce a wide variety of new and innovative products. For more information or to purchase ExactRail products visit https://www.exactrail.com/.