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Thursday, February 14, 2013 - 09:46 AM UTC
Atlas has announced production of Hurricane Sandy Relief Cars in all scales offered - N, HO & O.
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Atlas' website displays these models with their mission statement, and URLs to relief sites for New York and New Jersey. Further, Atlas states
    Hurricane Sandy landed in New Jersey and New York on October 29, 2012, causing massive flooding and wind damage all across the Garden State. Atlas got off lightly, with minimal damage and a week-long power outage. However, many of our customers, friends and family across the great state were not so lucky and suffered great losses in this terrible event.

    Although the storm has long since passed, the rebuilding has only just begun. To help our compatriots in this matter, Atlas is producing the Hurricane Sandy "Save the Shore" Relief Hoppers. This show of support is decorated with stunning artwork of the dunes and scenery of our beautiful beaches and is available on a different model in each of the scales we offer--N, HO & O.

    All profits will go directly to New York and New Jersey based Hurricane Sandy related charities. If you haven't helped out your brothers and sisters in the tri-state area yet, this is a fantastic way to do so while getting a handsome piece of rolling stock to run with pride on your layout.

    These models will be available exclusively through the Atlas Online Store.

    Please have your orders in by March 13th, 2013 for the N Scale model and April 12th, 2013 for the O Scale model. HO models have already been ordered and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.
Models offered are:

N TrainmanŽ 5250 "Save the Shore"

HO TrainmanŽ 3560 "Save the Shore"

O Master 5161 (3-Rail) "Save the Shore"

O Master 5161 (2-Rail) "Save the Shore"


See these models at: http://www.atlasrr.com/News/save-the-shore.htm#.UR1KP2dZP44
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