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"HO" 1920's-1950's Era Branchline-Commuter & Suburban Cars !

The Golden era of Rail Transportation in America
New Roadnames for 2012
Click here for information on the lst group of 20 roadnames previously released.




65 Scale Ft long, they will comfortably run on 18" Radius.

Northern Pacific in their famous "Two Tone Green Pine Tree Scheme" Baggage-Mail Car Shown below.
01-94325 Northern Pacific Two Tone Green Baggage-Mail

Famous Union Pacific "Overland" Two Tone Grey Scheme. The "Overland" trains started out from Chicago on Chicago & Northwestern trackage, were taken over by the UP in Omaha, and then changed to Southern Pacific Trackage in Utah. So running on any of the 3 names railroads would be prototypical. Coach Car Shown below.

01-94224 Overland Coach

Sante Fe "Scout" paint Scheme. The alter-ego to the Super Chief, the "Scout" catered to families with Children and travelers preferring lower fares. Mostly a "night train" between Chicago and Los Angles. It wore the "Pullman Company" two-tone grey scheme as it interechanged entire cars with both the Pennsylvania and New York Central in Chicago for East Coast passeners to continue their westward journey.

01-94226 Sante Fe Scout

     Please tell your fellow modelers about this new series of cars, the first group of roadnames were a fast sell out in 2011 and we will be re-running more of the lst set of roadnames, in addition to the new roadnames shown here. You have until April 15th 2012 to "Pre- Order" some and quailfy for our 20% Pre-Order discount. (Full details on our "Pre-Order" offer can be found lower on this page.)

      All railroads had some cars in its passenger fleet that were used in local or branchline service. Often these were older cars that had spent the prime of their life on the mainline "name train" inter-city service. Some railroads like the C&NW, Southern Pacific, Pennsylvania, and Canadian Pacific had hundreds of cars in their commuter fleets.

      No two railroads used exactly the same designs for their cars, and the lengths of the cars varied as well. Also many cars were sold off as "hand me downs" to smaller roads to be used on mixed train branchline service. So these cars could be at home on any prototype railroad, large or small.

      We chose to model them as 65 Ft long cars, so they would run on 18 inch radius curves of the average home layout. The time era for these cars stretched from the 1920's to well into the late 1950's.

FEATURES

  • - Highly detailed car bodies, with seperate wire handrails.
  • - Complete with factory installed Interior lighting that works automaticly in either "DC" or "DCC" mode.
  • - Complete underbody details (14 individual parts).
  • - Operates comfortably on 18 inch radius curve.
  • - Highly detailed working car end diaphrams.
  • - Highly detailed scissors gates at end doors.
  • - Multiple car names and road numbers.
  • - Very free rolling RP-25 metal wheels.
  • - Highly accurate paint matches.
  • - Working knuckle couplers.
  • - Complete interior details.
  • - Super detailed trucks.

         Note on our "Solarium cars", shown below lighted up. Solarium Cars have been rarely modeled, and yet they were a very popular car during the heavyweight era. On some roads they were called "Solariums" and on other railroads "Sun Room" cars, but all had the same features... Tall windows in the parlour area at the rear of the cars to bring in sunlight. The Pullman company built untold numbers of them between 1928 and 1931. Most went into "Pullman" pool service, meaning they ran with the Pullman name on them and with Pullman employees on board. Because they were Pullman owned cars, and only leased to the various railroads they often do not shown up on rosters of specific railroads, but yet, here they were running at the end of many of the most famous heavyweight passenger trains. Many were built for specific railroads, so for example you can find photos of them in books on the Burlington, Great Northern, Canadian Pacific just to name a few. Many changed hands over the years. For instance, the four Solairum cars on the Burlington, were later sold to the Pennsylvania. Solariums were also used to provide first class service to coach passengers on shorter inter-city runs.

         The same fantastic car lighting system used on our HO mP54 series of cars will also come built into this new series of B.C.S. series cars...


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    The Union Pacific "Overland" Scheme was used from the late 1930's until well into the 1950's. These cars can be mixed and matched with our 72 Ft long "Overland Cars". Once the railroads started to introduce the more modern streamlined cars, mixed trains of both styles could be found until well into the late 1950's when the Heavyweight design casr were finally all retired.

    Click Here To see our streamlined cars offered in the 72' Ft series.

    "HO" Con-Cor "Ready to Run" Heavyweight Coach Cars for B-C-S Service on your railroad. (Run nicely on 18" Radius)
    All Coaches available in 3 Car numbers. Box ends will be marked (01) , (02) or (03) behind the Stock number to denote which Coach Number.
    Baggage-Mail Cars, Combines, and Solariums will be available in 2 Car Numbers. Box ends will be marked (01) or (02) behind the stock number to denote which Car number.

    If you order more than one of a car body, we will try our best to mix up the car numbers for you.

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    Production Progresses
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    Coach, Union Pacific Overland
    *** You Save 20% off When you Pre-Order.
    0001-094224
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    $69.98
    MAY 2012
    Baggage-Mail, Union Pacific Overland
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    0001-094324
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    $69.98
    MAY 2012
    Combine Car, Union Pacific Overland
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    0001-094374
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    $69.98
    MAY 2012
    Solarium Car, Union Pacific Overland
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    0001-094424
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    $77.98
    MAY 2012
          

    The Northern Pacific "Pine Tree" Scheme was used from the mid 1940's until well into the 1950's. These cars can be mixed and matched with our 72 Ft long "Overland Cars". Once the railroads started to introduce the more modern streamlined cars, mixed trains of both styles could be found until well into the late 1950's when the Heavyweight design casr were finally all retired.

    Click Here To see our streamlined cars offered in the 72' Ft series.

    "HO" Con-Cor "Ready to Run" Heavyweight Coach Cars for B-C-S Service on your railroad. (Run nicely on 18" Radius)
    All Coaches available in 3 Car numbers. Box ends will be marked (01) , (02) or (03) behind the Stock number to denote which Coach Number.
    Baggage-Mail Cars, Combines, and Solariums will be available in 2 Car Numbers. Box ends will be marked (01) or (02) behind the stock number to denote which Car number.

    If you order more than one of a car body, we will try our best to mix up the car numbers for you.

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    Coach- Northern Pacific Two Tone Green
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    0001-094225
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    $69.98
    MAY 2012
    Baggage-Mail, Northern Pacific 2 tone green
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    0001-094325
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    $69.98
    MAY 2012
    Combine Car, Northern Pacific Two Tone Green
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    0001-094375
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    $69.98
    MAY 2012
    Solarium Car, Northern Pacific, Two Tone Green
    *** You Save 20% off When you Pre-Order.
    0001-094425
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    $77.98
    MAY 2012
          

    The Santa Fe "Scout" Scheme was used from the late 1930's until well into the 1950's. These cars can be mixed and matched with our 72 Ft long "Overland Cars". Once the railroads started to introduce the more modern streamlined cars, mixed trains of both styles could be found until well into the late 1950's when the Heavyweight design casr were finally all retired.

    Click Here To see our streamlined cars offered in the 72' Ft series.

    "HO" Con-Cor "Ready to Run" Heavyweight Coach Cars for B-C-S Service on your railroad. (Run nicely on 18" Radius)
    All Coaches available in 3 Car numbers. Box ends will be marked (01) , (02) or (03) behind the Stock number to denote which Coach Number.
    Baggage-Mail Cars, Combines, and Solariums will be available in 2 Car Numbers. Box ends will be marked (01) or (02) behind the stock number to denote which Car number.

    If you order more than one of a car body, we will try our best to mix up the car numbers for you.

    More Images will be Posted As
    Production Progresses
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    Ready
    Coach- Sante Fe Scout
    *** You Save 20% off When you Pre-Order.
    0001-094226
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    $69.98
    MAY 2012
    Baggage-Mail, Sante Fe Scout
    *** You Save 20% off When you Pre-Order.
    0001-094326
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    $69.98
    MAY 2012
    Combine Car, Sante Fe Scout
    *** You Save 20% off When you Pre-Order.
    0001-094376
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    $69.98
    MAY 2012
    Solarium Car, Sante Fe Scout
    *** You Save 20% off When you Pre-Order.
    0001-094426
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    $77.98
    MAY 2012
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