Coaches formed the backbone of the American passenger car fleet. These cars were used on long and short haul trains, through trains and commuter runs alike.
The prototype for the Atlas single window model was built by Pullman, ACF, Standard Steel and others for the New York Central System. The prototype for the Atlas paired window model was built for the Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad. Cars of similar designs were built for many other railroads from coast to coast, and they served many years in a wide variety of services.
- Full interior detailing
- Scale operating diaphragms
- Full, separately-applied underbody detail (brake piping, steam traps, brake rigging, etc.)
- Scale window glass
- Detailed trucks with free-rolling metal wheels
- Recommend 24” Radius Minimum
- AccuMate couplers