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N Scale - Jacksonville Terminal - 535012 - Container, 53 Foot, Corrugated - CSX Transportation - 2-Pack

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N Scale - Jacksonville Terminal - 535012 - Container, 53 Foot, Corrugated - CSX Transportation - 2-Pack


Production Type Regular Production
Stock Number 535012
Original Retail Price $33.95
Brand Jacksonville Terminal
Manufacturer Jacksonville Terminal
Body Style JTC Container 53 Foot Corrugated
Prototype Container, 53 Foot, Corrugated (Details)
Road or Company Name CSX Transportation (Details)
Road or Reporting Number 2-Pack
Paint Color(s) White
Print Color(s) Blue
Body Material Plastic
Multipack Yes
Multipack Count 2
Series Release/Issue Number 0
Release Date 2019-01-01
Item Category Container
Model Type Intermodal
Model Subtype 53 Foot
Model Variety Corrugated
Prototype Region North America
Prototype Era Era V: Modern (1979 - Present)
Scale 1/160



Specific Item Information: N Scale 1:160, JTC # 535012 CSX 53' High Cube containers. 6-42-6 corrugated sides.

Model Information: JTC launched this new tooling in January of 2019. It models a PACER 53' HIGH CUBE 6-42-6 corrugated container.

Features: 5 different doors and two fronts tooled to match prototype photos. IBC(Inter-Box Connecting pins) in scale ISO 40' locations JTC Magnetic connecting system: 3-magnets bottom & metal top plate Highly Detailed prototype printing as per photographs Models come in packages of TWO, unless noted otherwise. The IBC pins Mate with JTC 40' open top containers with Magnets, JTC 20' containers with Magnets; Atlas 40 container, JTC Flatrack containers, JTC 53' and 48' containers and future Jacksonville Terminal Company containers. Compatible with JTC Retro-fit underframe kits to stack M-T and S-T brand containers on top.

Prototype History:
An intermodal container is a large standardized shipping container, designed and built for intermodal freight transport, meaning these containers can be used across different modes of transport – from ship to rail to truck – without unloading and reloading their cargo. Intermodal containers are primarily used to store and transport materials and products efficiently and securely in the global containerized intermodal freight transport system, but smaller numbers are in regional use as well. These containers are known under a number of names, such as simply container, cargo or freight container, ISO container, shipping, sea or ocean container, container van or (Conex) box, sea or c can.

Unlike 20ft and 40ft shipping containers | storage containers, 53ft shipping containers | storage containers are not utilized for international shipping. They are used primarily for domestic over the road and rail service. High Cube shipping containers are 9ft 6in tall on the exterior. They are 1ft taller than standard height containers. They are also 8ft 6in wide, making them 6in wider than standard containers as well. They are commonly made from 14-gauge corrugated steel. They typically have lockable double doors on one end. They are commonly equipped with 1-1/8” thick marine plywood flooring on the interior.

53ft high cube shipping containers | storage containers are perfect for commercial, industrial and rural storage applications.

Some of this text is from Wikipedia

Road Name History:
CSX Transportation (reporting mark CSXT) is a Class I railroad in the United States. The main subsidiary of the CSX Corporation, the railroad is headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida, and owns about 21,000 route miles (34,000 km). CSX operates one of the three Class I railroads serving most of the East Coast, the other two being the Norfolk Southern Railway (NS) and Canadian Pacific Railway. It also serves the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec. Together CSX and Norfolk Southern Railway have a duopoly over all east-west freight rail traffic east of the Mississippi River. As of October 1, 2014 CSX's total public stock value was slightly over $32 billion.

CSX Transportation was formed on November 1, 1980, by combining the railroads of the former Chessie System with Seaboard Coast Line Industries, and finally with the Seaboard System Railroad in 1986. The originator of the Seaboard System was the former Seaboard Air Line Railroad, which previously merged with the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad in 1967, and later with the Louisville & Nashville Railroad, as well as several smaller subsidiaries such as the Clinchfield Railroad, Atlanta & West Point Railroad, Monon Railroad and the Georgia Railroad. The origin of the Chessie System was the former Chesapeake & Ohio Railway, which had merged with the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, and the Western Maryland Railway.

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Brand/Importer Information:
Now featuring our new line of 1:160 scale models. Developed using the latest in global technology & CAD systems, these New 2017 tooled models feature IBC connecting pins AND our Magnetic connecting system, and are decorated with detailed prototype printing. Our JTC container series of models offer Multiple door styles and variants to match prototypes. The First release is a 'Rib-style' corrugated side Canvas/Open top container, Now In Stock. Our second release is the more common 'wave' corrugation sides version, expected January 2018. Both are New to N scale. Release styles 3 & 4 will be around March 2018, and will be 2 of the most popular container styles in use. Please read our 'Latest News' section for updates. Thank You for visiting. New Facebook page: www.facebook.com/JTCmodeltrains

Item created by: gdm on 2019-02-08 09:53:11. Last edited by gdm on 2019-02-08 09:53:30

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