List of products by brand WALTHERS
Wm. K. Walthers, Inc., is dedicated to manufacturing and distributing high quality model railroad equipment worldwide.
We provide information on over 200,000 different items for your trains from over three hundred manufacturers – and supply them to thousands of hobby shops around the globe!
s from over three hundred manufacturers – and supply them to thousands of hobby shops around the globe!
2 Amps, Up to 24 Volt-Amphere, 16-Volt Accessory Output
Walthers Part # 942-4000, p. 126 Walthers 2020 HO Scale Reference
A scale, Retail: $59.98 USD
Built tough for dependable service with the power to handle HO, S and O Scale equipment, the Walthers Controls DC Train Control makes a great addition to your layout with features that include:
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The Walthers Cornerstone HO Scale 2-Stall Engine House kit is patterned after brick locomotive sheds constructed in the steam-era and still used for diesels. Perfect for short lines, branch lines or interurban railroads, this engine house adds authenticity to any small servicing scene. Inside, inspections and light repairs are completed on all types of locos and cars. This kit is detailed with movable doors, oil drums, separate windows and a pillar crane. Parts are included to extend one track through the engine house. Engines or cars up to 11-5/8" long can be stored inside.
The depot was a magical place. At train time, everything stopped as local folks went down to watch the varnish come in. The old depot may be gone, but the magic is still there! Today, shiny Amtrak streamliners glide by, and in many areas, daily commuter trains make up much of the trackside action. These modern trains require modern facilities and bringing your layout up-to-date is easy with this kit. It's based on a design first used in the late 1970s, which was adapted for use in several Amtrak-served communities. This detailed model captures the clean lines of the original in a size that's right for the contemporary layout. Full-color Amtrak station signs add the finishing touch.
8-9/16 x 11-13/16" 21.5 x 30cm
With its tall stature and period styling, the Cornerstone Champion Packing Plant is right at home from 1900 to the present day. Based on a prototype at Waterloo, Iowa, it's perfect for adding action and operation to your railroad. The multi-story building has an elevated cattle chute, attached office, power plant, rooftop details and colorful decals.
Kit - 6-3/4 x 15-3/8 x 10" 17.1 x 39.1 x 25.4cm
Walthers Part # 933-3069
HO scale, Retail: $59.98
At the Walthers Cornerstone Front Street Warehouse big old wooden trackside doors creak as they're opened. Workers slide open the doors of a boxcar and get to work unloading its contents into the brick building. Tucked into the cramped quarters of the waterfront industrial district, the Front Street Warehouse is the kind of venerable brick building that every layout needs in its older industrial areas.
The Walthers Cornerstone HO Scale Interlocking Tower kit is based on one of the most important buildings alongside any railroad. Interlocking towers controlled signals and switches at sidings, junctions, drawbridges, yards and station terminals. In use from the early 1900s until computers took over in the 1980s, a few are still standing.
39' Trinity 2-Bay Covered Hopper CRDX 21751 | Walthers Mainline
Article No. 910-7532 Freight Car - HO scale
MSRP $29.98 USD
WalthersMainline makes it easy to add more business to your HO Scale railroad with the 39' Trinity 3281 2-Bay Covered Hoppers! Built especially to handle heavier materials, they're often seen in unit trains moving loads of fracturing sand to new oil fields. Based on the later production prototypes introduced in the 1990s with seven side panels (two narrow and five large), they can also be found moving cement, bentonite and other heavier cargoes.
WalthersMainline takes the hard work out of modeling one of the most popular prototype diesels ever, with the EMD GP9 Phase II (sometimes referred to as the Phase 2) with Chopped Short Hood in HO Scale! Typical of railroad rebuilds from the 1960s on that are still going strong today, they're nicely detailed, and equipped with the proven power of a WalthersProto(R) drive.
Add classic diesel power to your HO roster in minutes with WalthersMainline F7 A units!
With the arrival of the F7 in 1949, EMD had exactly what railroads needed to begin dieselizing with a vengeance. Geared for freight or passenger service, they were equally at home in either assignment. Over the next four years EMD built over 2200 A and 1400 B units, delivered in a rainbow of schemes for nearly every railroad in America. Tough and durable, many soldiered on into the early 70s and several are preserved.