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While the design was certainly a good one, the car never became a recommended practice due to questions of the selected inside width. Nonetheless, quite a few railroads opted for the design and rostered sizeable fleets. The largest group of cars, by far, was class X-29 of the Pennsylvania Railroad.\u003c\/span\u003e\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cul\u003e\u003c\/ul\u003e"}

Atlas O 3001910 - 1923 ARA (X-29) 40' Steel Box Car "Erie Lackawanna"

$ 59.96 $ 67.95
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Product Description

Product Specification:

  • Road Name: Erie Lackawanna (M of W)
  • System: 3-Rail
  • Product Line: Atlas O
  • Scale: O Scale
  • Estimated Release: 4th Quarter 2017

Four road numbers are available per road name except for Erie Lackawanna (MoW), which has two.  

Features:

  • Highly detailed ABS body
  • Die-cast chassis
  • Flat or corrugated ends are per the prototype
  • Detail variations as appropriate for each version
  • Different door styles
  • All metal separately-applied grab irons, ladders and stirrups
  • Accurate painting and lettering
  • Minimum diameter curve: O-31 (3-Rail)
  • Minimum radius curve: 24" (2-Rail)
  • Some assembly required for undecorated models.

Overview:

In 1923, the ARA (American Railway Association) proposed a standard design all-steel box car for the railroads. While the design was certainly a good one, the car never became a recommended practice due to questions of the selected inside width. Nonetheless, quite a few railroads opted for the design and rostered sizeable fleets. The largest group of cars, by far, was class X-29 of the Pennsylvania Railroad.