Z Scale Bridges

Micron Art Z scale Pratt Truss BridgeWhen you think of building any train layout, you think of adding water, or contour of some sort that will ultimately require a bridge.  If you are looking for z scale bridges, Micron Art offers a couple of really nice options.   The Pratt Truss Z Scale Bridges they offer are available in a medium version, spanning a scale 154′ and a long version spanning a scale 224′.  Both z scale bridges follow standard prototype bridge building techniques making them a viable detail in many applications.  Designed per the “Easybrass” philosophy. Most of the rods and shapes on the Pratt Truss Bridge are combined making for faster assembly than you may assume for such a complex bridge Micron Art Z Scale Signal Bridge Kitdesign.  The bridge uses brass of a heavier gauge than what is normal used and can be set up to use a cateneray if you desire.  These bridges really are works of art, you will be proud to display.   The smaller size looks very nice set up in multiple sections as showed in the picture above.  Micron Art also offers a girder bridge that measures a scale 79′.   The bridge features cast & riveted iron fittings, rivet plates.  The last of the z scale bridges that Micron Art offers is actually a signal bridge designed to go over tracks.  Again, and I say this a lot when I see these small brass kits,  this kit really is a work of art!  Z scale has really come along way and even the smallest of details can now be produced through laser cutting and photo etching.  With the huge amount of running that can be achieved in such a small area with these trains, it is easy to see why z gauge is growing so quickly.  You an find the Micron Art Z scale bridges online at Zgauge.Com.

AZL Z Scale Southern Pacific GP-9 Locomotive

AZL Z Scale GP9 Southern Pacific Locomotive

AZL Z Scale GP9 Southern Pacific Locomotive

Just released the new AZL z scale Southern Pacific GP-9 locomotive in bloody nose paint scheme.  The SP GP-9 locomotive features details specific to the prototype including long range tanks.  The locomotive features directional lighting, powerful can motor, auto latch couplers, brass handrails, traction tires, separately applied details, prototype specific details and easily upgrades to DCC .  The recommended Digitrax decoder is the DZ123Z0 and can be installed with no wiring or soldering.  Included optional pilot packed away under the tray if you so desire.  The GP-9 locomotive was  widely used across North America and was produces from 1954 to 1963.  I found the available road numbers, 3004, 3005, 3006 and 3007 as accurate listed on the roster at espee.railnet.net .  I like the fact that more and more of the z scale locomotives including the AZL Southern Pacific GP-9 are so easy to set up with DCC, especially when no soldering is necessary.  Soldering on such small parts always make me nervous.  This is the second new locomotive added to the AZL line this month and there are more to com!  Make sure to like us on Facebook to find coupon codes on new releases and more.  Visit our website Zgauge.com, dedicated exclusively to z scale products.  You can also find it on our ebay store along with used and close out z scale items.

AZL Z Scale SD70 Locomotive

AZL Z Scale SD70 Locomotive

AZL Z Scale Illinois Central SD70 Locomotive

AZL Z Scale SD70’s are back! Just released and in stock the Illinois Central SD70 locomotives in z scale. Great features on this standard cab SD70 in Illinois Central Death Star colors with four different road names. Great details and features in a locomotive that easily upgrades to DCC.  A total of 122 SD70 locomotives were built over the years for  Norfolk Southern, Conrail, Illinois Central, CSX, Southern Peru Copper and Canadian National.  They first came into service back in 1992 and continue to operate today.  The SD70 locomotive continued to evolve over the years with safer more comfortable cabs, more horsepower and other upgrades in variations.  The AZL Z Scale SD70 locomotive is based on the standard cab version and offers many standard features that create a beautiful locomotive in the Illinois Central Death Star paint scheme.  You can find some excellent reading on the variations of the locomotive at Wikipedia.  You can order the AZL z scale SD70 locomotives and a complete line of z gauge locomotives, rolling stock and more online at Zgauge.Com  Make sure to like us on face book for any current coupon code offered and further releases of more road names for the AZL z scale SD70. You can also find it on our ebay store along with used and close out z scale items.