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Atlas O 2003008 - Trainman - C&O Cupola Caboose "Alaska"

$ 60.26 $ 66.95
Maximum quantity available reached.
Product Description
  • Road Name: Alaska (Blue/Yellow)
  • Road Number: 1070, 1081
  • System: 3-Rail
  • Product Line: Trainman
  • Scale: O Scale
  • Estimated Release: 3rd Quarter 2020

Two road numbers are available per road name.

Features:
  • Separately applied see-through running boards, window awnings, window glazing, smoke stack, brake wheels and roof grab irons
  • Premium die-cast couplers and friction bearing caboose trucks
  • Weighted, detailed plastic underframe
  • Interior lighting with on/off control switch on chassis
  • 2-Rail cars feature 33" scale wheels and body-mounted scale couplers
  • Accurate and colorful decoration
  • Minimum diameter curve: O-31 (3 rail)
  • Minimum radius curve: 24" (2 rail)
  • Some assembly required for undecorated models.
Overview:

The first all-steel cabooses built for the Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad were produced in 1937 by the Magor Car Corporation in Clifton, N.J. Magor, along with St. Louis Car Company and ACF, ultimately built a total of 350 cabooses for the C&O using a similar design. The last were produced in 1949. Through subsequent rebuilding and modernization, many remained in service through the end of regular caboose usage in the 1980s. Cabooses of a similar design were also built for Pere Marquette, Missouri Pacific and Chicago & Eastern Illinois.