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Atlas O 2001830 - Trainman - AAR 70 Ton 3-Bay Open Hopper "Cambria & Indiana"

$ 65.95 $ 72.95
Maximum quantity available reached.
Product Description
  • Road Name: Cambria & Indiana (Black/White)
  • Road Number:  1108, 1109
  • Product Line: Atlas O -Trainman
  • Scale: O Scale
  • Estimated Release: 4th Quarter 2021

Two road numbers are available per road name.

Features:
  • Separately applied coal load, brake wheels, an brake platform
  • Either flat or arched end as appropriate by railroad
  • Accurate painting & lettering
  • Metal couplers and sprung die-cast trucks
  • True scale dimensions with accurate details
  • Weighted, detailed underframes
  • 3-rail trucks pre-drilled for Atlas O Adjust-A-Couplers®
Overview:

This familiar hopper was an industry standard on many railroads since the 1930s. It was adopted by the AAR as a recommended design, but fell out of favor by the mid-1950s. While offering greater capacity over cars with conventional flat sides, the original open hoppers created corrosive interaction between acidic coal and the car’s joints, leading to costly rebuilding programs.