* Former El Capitan Cars Used in Amtrak Service on Former ATSF Routes 1971 through 1978 * Real Metal Finish Simulates Stainless Steel * Factory-Installed Grab Irons * Prototypically Accurate Window Tinting * Factory-Installed DC/DCC Led Lighting * Window Gasket Details As Appropriate * Sprung Operating Diaphragms * Proto MAX(TM) Metal Knuckle Couplers * Correct 36" Turned Metal Wheelsets PLEASE NOTE: As these cars are the correct prototype length and feature full underbody detail to match the prototypes, a minimum 24" radius is recommended for operation.
Santa Fe El Capitan The HI-LEVEL Train That's Fun for Everyone! * Based on Cars used 1956-71 * Real Metal Finish * Prototypically Accurate Window Tinting * All Grab Irons Factory Installed * Six All-new Cars Designed from Budd Plans * Window Gasket Details as Appropriate * Matching PROTO 2000(R) Santa Fe 37-Class F7 Locos Available Separately Based on the 1956 consist with its unique Hi-Level cars, the HO Scale "El Capitan" is a great addition to any collection or Santa Fe layout - and these cars can be run with Walthers "Super Chief," just as the Santa Fe did after 1958! Our "El Capitan" is complete with all the cars used on the prototype, including Baggage Car, Railway Post Office, Baggage-Dormitory "transition car" with rooftop shroud, Hi-Level 68-Seat Step-Down Coach, Hi-Level 72-Seat Coach, Hi-Level "Sky Lounge," Hi-Level Diner, and Hi-Level 68-Seat Step-Down Coach with Tail Sign to bring up the rear. Each comes fully assembled with Walthers real metal "stainless steel" finish, factory-installed grab irons, prototypically tinted windows, correct trucks and much more. Matching Santa Fe 37-Class EMD F7s - perfect for "El Capitan" or the "Super Chief" - will also be available separately. Finished in the classic Passenger Warbonnet colors and highlighted by a plated metal finish, choose Sound and DCC A-B Sets (#920-40687 series) with full-function Tsunami decoders, or Standard DC sets (#920-47687 series) each with multiple unit numbers. Individual A and B units are also available to model the A-B-B-A lash-ups that powered these trains. PLEASE NOTE: As these cars are the correct prototype length and feature full underbody detail to match the prototypes, a minimum 24" radius is recommended for operation. * Tables Feature Separately Applied Colors * Correct GSC 61-RDO 3-Axle Trucks
All-New Metal Finish & Interiors Offer More Realism Than Ever! Traditional paint doesn't even come close to looking like real stainless steel - that's why Walthers revised Superliners feature a real-metal plated finish. This finish gives them the look of the prototype and won't show fingerprints with regular use. These are the most realistic Superliner models available in HO. * Real Metal Finish Simulating Stainless Steel * ALL Wire Grab Irons Factory-Installed * Full Upper & Lower Interior * See-Through Tinted Windows * Correct Working Diaphragms * Correct Trucks w/Metal Sideframes * Metal RP-25 Wheels * PROTO Max(TM) Metal Knuckle Couplers * Authentic Lettering & Graphics * Decal Numbers & Names * Built-In Electrical Contacts for LED Interior Lighting Kit (#933-6004 Sold Separately) * Superliner I & II Coaches, Lounges, Sleepers & Diners in Phase 2, 3, 4 and 4B Schemes as Appropriate
This is a Walthers HO Scale New York Central 20th Century Limited 68-Seat Diner Car. It measures approx. 11.75" long and has the following features: nased on 1948 train, completely new car, authentic paint & lettering, superbly detailed inside & out and PROTO-Max die cast metal knuckle couplers.
Lionel Trains Polar Express Add-on Diner. Polar Express Add-on Cars add to the excitement! Introduce an extra level of realism, by adding this diner car to complete your Polar Express train set. Features: Interior lighting Silhouettes in windows Gauge: Traditional O Gauge Minimum Curve: O-27 Dimensions: 12"L x 3"W x 5"H
Revised Streamlined Superliner(R) I w/Plated Finish Diner Amtrak(R) Phase IVb HO scale Take Amtrak service to a new level of realism on your HO railroad with Walthers Superliners cars. Completely retooled and superbly detailed inside and out, both Superliner I and II models now feature a real metal finish to simulate the stainless steel construction of the prototypes. * Real Metal Finish Simulating Stainless Steel * ALL Wire Grab Irons Factory-Installed * Full Upper & Lower Interior * See-Through Tinted Windows * Correct Working Diaphragms * Correct Trucks w/Metal Sideframes * Metal RP-25 Wheels * PROTO Max(TM) Metal Knuckle Couplers * Authentic Lettering & Graphics * Decal Numbers & Names * Correct Prototype Details * Built-In Electrical Contacts for LED Interior Lighting Kit (#933-6004 Sold Separately) * Superliner I & II Coaches, Lounges, Sleepers & Diners in Phase 2, 3, 4 and 4B Schemes as Appropriate Entering service in 1979, Amtrak's bi-level Superliner cars represented a major step forward. The all-new design (built by Pullman-Standard) used a common car body that could be outfitted as a coach-baggage car for short-distance runs, a long-distance coach with larger seats, a sleeper or a diner. In all, 284 cars eventually made up the first fleet, which was put to work on western long-distance runs; at the time, clearance problems in many eastern states prevented running these taller cars on several routes. Prototype features of these cars (later known as Superliner I) include: * A rivet strip running the length of the car body * Two-panel roof construction * Earlier Style Trucks - As delivered, cars rode on trucks supported by air bags. These proved unsuitable and were later retrofitted with springs. With the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act in 1992, a second series of cars were constructed by Bombardier to meet new standards for easier access. Designated Superliner II, prototype features includ
Plasticville U.S.A. pieces add character and dimension to your O scale layout. City growth is limited only by your imagination.Features include: ?Un-assembled Plasticville U.S.A. building kit?Parts molded in color?O scale?Compatible with all brands of O scale trains?Create realistic scenes by combining Plasticville U.S.A. buildings and accessories