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Using the then common single-sheathed wood construction with outside steel bracing, the 50’ double-door automobile car was born. Railroads quickly found these cars to be multi-purpose and many ended up in lumber and hide service.\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003eThese cars also were quite long-lived for a wooden car with some still in service until the early 1970s.\u003c\/p\u003e"}

Atlas O 2001564 - Trainman - 50' Single-Sheathed Boxcar "Texas South-Eastern" (2-Rail)

$ 52.95
Maximum quantity available reached.
Product Description
  • Road Name: Texas South-Eastern
  • Product Line: Atlas O
  • Scale: O Scale
  • System: 2-Rail

Two Road Numbers are available per Road Name.

Features:
  • True scale size and details
  • Unique radial roof body design
  • Fishbelly underframe
  • Weighted underframe
  • Scale dimensions and accurate details
  • Accurate painting and lettering
  • Metal couplers and sprung die-cast Bettendorf trucks
  • Separately-applied roof walk, ladders and brakewheel
  • Either corrugated steel or wood doors as appropriate by road
  • 2-rail cars have scale wheels and body-mounted couplers
  • Minimum radius curve: 36" (2-Rail)
Overview:

With the increase of automobile production in the 1920s, the railroads looked to larger box cars for the transportation of the vehicles. Using the then common single-sheathed wood construction with outside steel bracing, the 50’ double-door automobile car was born. Railroads quickly found these cars to be multi-purpose and many ended up in lumber and hide service.

These cars also were quite long-lived for a wooden car with some still in service until the early 1970s.