N RTR 50′ Express Reefer CN #10475
N RTR 36′ Old Time Stock Car KCM&O #10370
N Lumber Load: 53′ Flat Undecorated
N RTR 50′ FMC Plug Door Box SOO #17788
N RTR 36′ Old Time Stock Car KCM&O #10353
N RTR 3-Bay Offset Hopper w/Load N&W #2 (5)
Pullman-Standard dominated the covered hopper car market beginning in the 1950s, thanks to the design success of their PS-2 series of covered hoppers. Designed to carry bulk commodities, such as grain, cement and plastic pellets, these cars roamed the rails of North America for decades, attesting to their utilitarian functionality.
HO Bulb Retainer Clip (3)
HO RTR Ford Fire Rescue Truck Fire Protection#213
In the 1920’s, the Pfaudler Company and General American Car Company manufactured hundreds of wood sheathed, insulated milk cars. Designed as bulk milk carriers, the cars were built around two 6,000 gallon glass lined tanks and a brine cooling system designed to keep the milk at a constant 38 degrees Fahrenheit. Riding on passenger car trucks, these unique cars were often painted Pullman green to match the passenger cars of the era. The special purpose Pfaudler Cars hauled bulk milk shipments well into the 1950’s.
The Mack ‘B’ was first produced in 1949 and remained in production until 1966 when it was replaced by the Model ‘R’. Both series of trucks enjoyed a long service life with many of the ‘R’ models still in service today. During their long lives both types of Mack trucks were converted for a number of tasks including two and three axle tractors, tow trucks and construction trucks.
HO RTR 53′ Chassis w/Container NS/NACS #1