In the 1940s and 1950s the New York Central ran several dedicated mail and express trains. These consists typically included a variety of head-end cars for express traffic, newspapers, bulk mail, milk and perishables. A working Railway Post Office and rider coach were also included. With heavy tonage and tight schedules, a Niagara was often the locomotive of choice. Build your own express train with this assortment of cars, or add them to the head end of other consists as well!