?Train cars for Model Railroad Operations?
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Micro-Trains Line 09400590 – 3-Bay Covered Hoppers Penn Central PC 888242
This 3-bay covered hopper with elongated hatches is green with white lettering and runs on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. Built by ACF in 1965 for Pennsylvania Railroad, this three-bay 4,600 cubic-foot covered hopper was merged into the Penn Central fleet in 1973. It was placarded for grain service, and belonged to class H45.
Atlas 50004801 – 4180 Airslide Covered Hopper Westvaco 45986
The original design dates back to the early Fifties, when it was offered in single- and double compartment versions. The name lends itself to the “action” created by an air-permeable fabric lining in the bottom of the compartment. Unloading the car involves pumping air under the lining fluidizing the commodity which in turn is drawn out of the compartment by pneumatic or other means. This type of car was primarily used for sugar, flour, and starch (and sometime certain types of plastics). The subject of Atlas new models is one of the double compartment cars, the 4180 cubic-foot design. It was introduced in 1962 and through a number of design changes continued in production until 1980 when the taller 4566 cubic-foot design supplanted the 4180. During that time a little of 5,000 were built.
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Atlas 50004599 – PS-4427 Covered Hopper Illinois Central Gulf 745214
Introduced by Pullman in the mid-1960s, the PS-4427 low side covered hopper became the backbone car for many of the large grain hauling railroads as well as the car of choice for many leasing companies. The 4427 also was used to haul malt and sand products, which increased their venerability. Many of these hoppers wore colorful, diverse schemes, which featured large logos or lettering. Some of these cars still exist in service today.
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Upgraded brake wheel
Detailed brake wheel and air reservoir
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Micro-Trains 99305550 – Covered Hoppers Graffiti 4 Pack Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe
Built in the mid 70’s by American Car and Foundry, this ATSF covered hopper has a capacity of 4,600 cubic feet.Part of an extensive fleet, they are equipped with Roller Bearing trucks and many continue to run the rails today under the ownersip flag of BNSF.
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