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Portland, OR 97212
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at the Hobby Smith we
are committed to providing you excellent customer service. We
believe in offering
high quality products at a good value and
providing you with answers to your modeling questions. We
stand behind the
products we sell and will take care of you if you have
We only carry trains including a large selection of N, HO, HOn3, Z and
trains from all the major manufactures in our 2000 sq. ft.
can ship many items for only $5.05 priority mail which should save you
gas money (we only charge actual shipping costs)
the Hobby Smith we offer:
Dealer - we honor all sale prices in the Walthers monthly catalogs
Advance Reservation discounting
Mail Orders (we
ship anywhere in the US and most countries)
Professional DCC installations and
equipment sales (Digitrax, QSI, Sountraxx, Loksound, NCE, TCS)
collections and used equipment
offer discounts on advance reservations
and multi-product purchases*
Smith is an
Sets - We have HO, N, MTH & Lionel train
sets in stock
SP&S F7A's by Bowser
Road numbers 803 & 805
Available in both DC and DCC/sound versions
Due date Summer 2014
F-7a Spokane Portland & Seattle
#803 $179.95 each
#805 $179.95 each
#803 w/DCC/LokSound Snd $279.95 each
#805 w/DCC/LokSound Snd $279.95 each
|N Scale Reference Guide|
by Jack Armstrong
| SP&S RS-3 'tiger
NOW IN STOCK
Hobby Smith is
partnering with Atlas to create this special run of SP&S RS-3
locomotives. Numbers 95 and 98 and a non-numbered version are available
now for reservation.
SP&S has twenty nine of these, more than any other diesel on the roster.
NOW IN STOCK
one road number - $119.00
both road numbers - $218.00
both road number plus no-number loco - $297.00
additional no-number loco - $99.00
Engines of Growth
By Lorenz Schrenk & Robert Frey
Video was made using 8 mm film and photos. 42 minutes.
SW-9 #43 & 44 (broadstripe
Special run exclusively for
the Hobby Smith by
The SW-9 will be in Broadway Limited's Paragon
The locomotive is Ready to Run with
Equipped with DC/DCC paragon2 sound.
This is a very limited run.
Order now to get yours.
Price: $199.99 for
one locomotive or $379.99 for two locomotives.
#43 & #44
Call to order yours now
| NP Z8 and
SP&S Z8 Challenger by Sunset
With QSI sound
Northern Pacific #5145
SP&S #910, 911
static grass applicator
Now In Stock
We are pleased to be able to offer you
this handy little modeling tool. Flocking or Static Grass as it is
sometimes called is a far more realistic way to create scenery compared
to traditional and more common scatter materials.
We also stock a good selection of static grass.
(BN road #'s)
Ready To Run and
Very nice detail and the sound versions sound good!
version with DCC 8-pin plug.
MSRP $199.95 Special $169.99
MSRP $299.95 Special $254.99
Just Arrived Books
Milwaukee Rd Power V2: the Final 25 Years 1961-1986 by Morning
Four Ways West
Covers second generation six-axle diesels from EMD and GE plus rebuilt SD10 locomotives and slug sets.
by the BBM Group
DCC Decoder Programmer
No need for a separate
programming booster when you use SPROG II for sound decoders!
SPROG II has been tested with Soundtraxx Tsunami, LokSound, MRC and QSI
sound decoders and will program and read all CVs in operations mode (on
the programming track), and also 'program on the main'. See the FAQ
page for more details.
The Decoder Programmer
in a ready-to-run package! This complete package includes a 1.25A power
adapter, USB cable and all software and installation instructions (Java
runtime, DecoderPro, USB drivers) on CD-ROM.
SPROG II $99.95
SPROG 3 $129.95
SP&S E7 #750
By Broadway Limited exclusively for The Hobby Smith
This is a very small production run. We only have a few left.
Call now to order yours.
Limited time special.
SP&S #750 now and we pay the shipping.
| New DVD
the Interurban street cars in Portland around the 1950's.
This DVD has some great 8 mm old movie footage of Portland's old Interurban
street cars that ran from Portland to Oregon City.