Passenger Cars


New Haven RD#619

13657
Item ID: 13657
Item Number: 14300100
Date Released: December 2016
Scale: N
Manufacturer: Micro Trains
Description: This 28-1 heavyweight parlor car is green with white lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. In December 1949, New Haven converted heavyweight “Desiree” into commuter coach #619 as part of a program to replace aging commuter equipment with surplus heavyweight parlors. The car originally was part of a 12-car parlor series used in first-class service between Boston and Washington DC. New Haven rostered the second largest fleet of parlors among American railroads.
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New York Central RD#2080

13656
Item ID: 13656
Item Number: 14500130
Date Released: December 2016
Scale: N
Manufacturer: Micro Trains
Description: This Paired-window coach is painted in the two-tone post-war gray scheme with white ‘New York Central’ letters. The roof is black and underframe is dark gray and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. These commuter coaches were often seen throughout the NYC system.
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Baltimore & Ohio RD#904000

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Item ID: 13653
Item Number: 13000180
Date Released: December 2016
Scale: N
Manufacturer: Micro Trains
Description: This 31’ bay window caboose was repainted by B&O caboose historian Dwight Jones into a special scheme to honor the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad’s 175th Anniversary. Completed in November 2003 and named “Spirit of the B&O,” it is still seen on work trains and some local freights as it travels across the CSX system. It runs on Bettendorf Swing Motion trucks.
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Canadian National RD#8900

13680
Item ID: 13680
Item Number: 14900150
Date Released: November 2016
Scale: N
Manufacturer: Micro Trains
Description: This 70’ heavyweight horse car is green with black roof and yellow lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Built in 1921 by Osgoode Bradley in Worcester, Massachusetts, they were then transferred to the CN in 1924 from GTW. They contained 24 horse stalls and three doors per side to allow efficient loading and unloading of horses.
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New Haven RD#3270

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Item ID: 13679
Item Number: 14000100
Date Released: November 2016
Scale: N
Manufacturer: Micro Trains
Description: This RPO heavyweight passenger car is green with white lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Built in 1914 by the Laconia Car Company, they were equipped to sort and catalogue mail en-route, with mail bag storage racks and sorting tables. While these cars did not have the recognizable wide baggage doors of some RPO’s, they did still have mail slots for public drop-off of mail parcels directly into the car.
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US Troop Sleeper RD#9334

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Item ID: 13678
Item Number: 11600012
Date Released: November 2016
Scale: N
Manufacturer: Micro Trains
Description: Upon America’s entry into WWII in late 1941, Defense Plant Corporation contracted with Pullman Standard to build 2,400 troop sleeping cars. All of these cars were delivered between 1944 and 1946 and rode on Allied Full Cushion trucks throughout their wartime service.
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US Army Kitchen Car RD#K-115

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Item ID: 13676
Item Number: 11800010
Date Released: November 2016
Scale: N
Manufacturer: Micro Trains
Description: Upon America’s entry into WWII in late 1941, Defense Plant Corporation contracted with American Car & Foundry to build 800 troop kitchen cars. Outfitted with coal ranges, water tanks, refrigerators and storage units, these cars were used during train movement to provide meal service en-route.
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US Troop Sleeper RD#9026

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Item ID: 13677
Item Number: 11800011
Date Released: November 2016
Scale: N
Manufacturer: Micro Trains
Description: Upon America’s entry into WWII in late 1941, Defense Plant Corporation contracted with Pullman Standard to build 2,400 troop sleeping cars. All of these cars were delivered between 1944 and 1946 and rode on Allied Full Cushion trucks throughout their wartime service.
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US Army Hospital Car RD#8731

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Item ID: 13675
Item Number: 11800050
Date Released: November 2016
Scale: N
Manufacturer: Micro Trains
Description: Upon America’s entry into WWII in late 1941, Defense Plant Corporation contracted with American Car & Foundry to build 40 hospital kitchen cars. Generally called a “Hospital on Wheels” this car has an olive drab body with white medical department lettering and red crosses on the roof and sides.
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New Haven RD#3294

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Item ID: 13627
Item Number: 14800100
Date Released: September 2016
Scale: N
Manufacturer: Micro Trains
Description: This 70’ heavyweight mail baggage car is Pullman green with white lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Before the advent of aircraft transporting mail across the country, railroads provided most of the bulk postal deliveries all over their routes. Mail Baggage cars gave railroads the flexibility to carry both freight and mail to smaller communities when necessary.
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Canadian National RD#Lake Nipigon

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Item ID: 13626
Item Number: 14100150
Date Released: September 2016
Scale: N
Manufacturer: Micro Trains
Description: This 10-1-2 heavyweight sleeper car is painted green with black band and yellow lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. As with most railroads during the early part of the 20th Century, providing berthing accommodations for long trans-national routes was a necessity. Pullman Standard Company only developed a few standardized floor plans, the 10-1-2 being one of the more successful ones. They found their way on most overnight trains and offered various levels of comfort for their customers.
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ATSF Passenger Car 4-pack

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Item ID: 13621
Item Number: 99401150
Date Released: August 2016
Scale: Z
Manufacturer: Micro Trains
Description: In the late 1930s Santa Fe’s passenger cars began to modernize with the introduction of the fluted-side Budd Passenger cars. Faced with integrating their smooth-side Pullman Standard cars into the consist, the company decided to repaint the cars silver with faux fluting details using black faded stripes to match the Budd cars. This was known as Shadow-Striping and remained on the cars well into the 1950s.
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New Haven RD#6724

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Item ID: 13622
Item Number: 14500100
Date Released: August 2016
Scale: N
Manufacturer: Micro Trains
Description: This 78’ heavyweight paired-window coach car is Pullman Green with white lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Built in 1914 as part of series 6700-6738, these cars became one of the prime movers of freight and passengers in the first half of the 20th Century. They continued service unil 1968 when they were absorbed into the Penn Central Railway.
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Canadian Pacific RD#4502

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Item ID: 13623
Item Number: 14900080
Date Released: August 2016
Scale: N
Manufacturer: Micro Trains
Description: This 70’ heavyweight horse car is maroon with gold lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Built in 1920 as part of series 4502-4515, these cars were originally designed and built during the days when horses were still a major mode of transportation. They provided a safe, efficient way to move livestock around the country.  These cars were also fitted with doors at one end of the car to allow for easier loading and unloading making them unique.
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Ringling Bros. Series #10 'Elephants'

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Item ID: 12595
Item Number: 14800260
Date Released: June 2016
Scale: N
Manufacturer: Micro Trains
Description: This 70’ heavyweight mail baggage car runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks and is decorated similar to some of Ringling Bros.™ real life heavyweight advance cars.
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Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe RD#37

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Item ID: 12590
Item Number: 14400170
Date Released: June 2016
Scale: N
Manufacturer: Micro Trains
Description: This 3-2 heavyweight observation car is aluminum with black lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Built in 1920 as part of series 30-39, these cars were outfitted to be used by supervisors in remote areas or just to tour the line.
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Canadian National RD#Gatineau

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Item ID: 12589
Item Number: 14300150
Date Released: June 2016
Scale: N
Manufacturer: Micro Trains
Description: This 28-1 heavyweight parlor car is painted green with black band and yellow lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Canadian National’s responsibility was to provide interconnecting rail service across some of the most barren and harsh environments. Besides providing basic accommodations for long cross-continental trips, CN also made available parlor cars that were outfitted with the finest accommodations to attract first class passengers.
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Santa Fe RD#1982

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Item ID: 12611
Item Number: 14900040
Date Released: May 2016
Scale: N
Manufacturer: Micro Trains
Description: This 70’ heavyweight horse car is painted Pullman Green with gold lettering and black roof and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Heavyweight horse cars were designed to transport valuable livestock between race tracks and training facilities during the 20s and 30s. During WW2 they moved cavalry units, acted as early auto transport cars, and then, as they transitioned with lightweight cars, became express baggage cars.
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Canadian Pacific RD#3552

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Item ID: 12573
Item Number: 14800080
Date Released: April 2016
Scale: N
Manufacturer: Micro Trains
Description: This 70’ heavyweight mail baggage car is painted maroon with gold lettering, black roof and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. These cars had a 30-foot mail room that was separate from the general freight compartment for security and could be found with other RPO’s and Baggage cars at the head of a passenger train.
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Canadian Pacific RD#3552

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Item ID: 12574
Item Number: 14800120
Date Released: April 2016
Scale: N
Manufacturer: Micro Trains
Description: This 70’ heavyweight mail baggage car is painted maroon with gold lettering, black roof and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. These cars had a 30-foot mail room that was separate from the general freight compartment for security and could be found with other RPO’s and Baggage cars at the head of a passenger train.
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Southern Pacific RD#Lake Scott

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Item ID: 12549
Item Number: 14100070
Date Released: March 2016
Scale: N
Manufacturer: Micro Trains
Description: This 10-1-2 heavyweight sleeper is painted Pullman green with gold lettering and black roof, and ran on 6-wheel trucks. Built in 1913 as part of a fleet of 63 Pullman Standard 10-1-2’s that operated on almost every coastal and cross country route, these cars offered some of the best overnight accommodations of the time.
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Ringling Bros. Series 'Clarkonians' RD#6

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Item ID: 12584
Item Number: 14000250
Date Released: February 2016
Scale: N
Manufacturer: Micro Trains
Description: This RPO heavyweight passenger car runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks and is decorated similar to some of Ringling Bros.™ real life heavyweight advance cars.
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New York Central RD#8660

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Item ID: 12588
Item Number: 14900110
Date Released: January 2016
Scale: N
Manufacturer: Micro Trains
Description: This 70’ heavyweight horse car was built by American Car and Foundry in 1928 and was painted Pullman green and ran on 6-wheel passenger trucks. These cars allowed railroads to capitalize on the growing racehorse business during the first half of the 20th Century. The interior had convertible gates to adjust to the size and value of the load and could carry as many as 24 horses safely. Later these cars were used to transport vehicles, theater, and circus props across the country.
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Ringling Series 'Goliath' RD#5

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Item ID: 12586
Item Number: 14900240
Date Released: January 2016
Scale: N
Manufacturer: Micro Trains
Description: This 70’ heavyweight horse car runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks and is decorated similar to some of Ringling Bros.™ real life heavyweight advance cars.
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Southern Pacific RD#5130

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Item ID: 12585
Item Number: 14800075
Date Released: November 2015
Scale: N
Manufacturer: Micro Trains
Description: This 70’ heavyweight mail baggage car is grey with white lettering and runs on 6-wheel passenger trucks. Built in 1923 this car featured a 40 foot baggage section and a 30 foot postal section.
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Pennsylvania Railroad RD#Villa Royal

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Item ID: 12587
Item Number: 14100050
Date Released: January 2011
Scale: N
Manufacturer: Micro Trains
Description: This 10-1-2 Heavyweight Sleeper is painted Tuscan Red with a black roof mask; lettering is in Pennsylvania Railroad’s ‘Buff’ color. It was built in 1911 by Pullman as the ‘El Monte.’ It was rebuilt in 1931 and named ‘Villa Royal,’ a work equipment car. It ran through the Eastern District up into the 1960s on six-wheel RPO trucks. The Pullman 10-1-2 Heavyweight Sleepers were built from the Pullman Plan# 3585—construction was modular, making it possible for floor plans to economically evolve with the times. Cars were generally in service through the 1960s.
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