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Atlas O 2001130 - Trainman - 40' Hy-Cube Box Car "General Electric"

$ 71.96 $ 79.95
Maximum quantity available reached.
Product Description
Announced Date: Oct 2022
Released Date: Est. 4th Quarter 2023
Individually Boxed: N/A
  • Road Name: General Electric
  • Road Number: 50000, 50001
  • Product Line: Atlas Trainman
  • Scale: O Scale
  • System: 3-Rail

+Alternate History paint scheme

Features:
  • Roller bearing trucks with rotating bearing caps
  • Separately applied ladders, brake wheel and brake line detail
  • True scale dimensions with accurate details
  • Weighted, detailed underframes
  • Metal couplers and sprung die-cast trucks
  • Accurate painting and lettering
  • Minimum diameter curve: O-31 (3-Rail)
Overview:

Introduced by Pullman Standard in the mid-1960s, these mini hy-cubes were designed for the carriage of appliances. The height allowed the appliances to be stacked three high in the cars. The cars were considered novel at the time and a number of large rail lines from the West and Midwest acquired small fleets. The paint schemes that were applied to these cars were quite colorful and certainly made the cars stand out in a train of standard height cars. The mini hy-cube craze lasted only a few years as longer and bigger cars were soon developed.