• Walthers HO Scale 40' AAR 1948 Boxcar Southern Pacific/SP/Small Logo #103008

    Eager to replace equipment worn out by the Depression and WWII traffic, railroads big and small began updating their postwar boxcar fleets with cars based on the American Association of Railroads (AAR) standard design introduced in 1948. Although similar to the 1944 standard, notable changes included the addition of a rectangular rib at the top of each end, and many buyers opted for diagonal panel roofs. Introduced as railroads also began freshening their image, these cars wore bold, colorful paint and lettering schemes over their long careers, with some still rolling strong into the 1980s! Th... [Read More]

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      • Walthers Mainline - 40' Association of American Railroads 1948 Boxcar - Ready to Run -- Southern Pacific 103008 (Boxcar Red, black Lines Logo) -

  • Bachmann Industries HO Scale Evans All-Door Box Car - Southern Pacific #51188

    Evans All-Door Box Car - SOUTHERN PACIFIC #51188 - HO Scale. Silver Series rolling stock features: blackened metal wheels, body mounted couplers, non-magnetic axles.

      • Bachmann's Silver Series rolling
      • Blackened metal wheels
      • E-Z Mate Couplers

  • 40' AAR MODIFIED 1937 BOXCAR - READY TO RUN -- SOUTHERN PACIFIC(TM) 119545 (BOXCAR RED, WHITE, LARGE SANS SERIF LETTERING)

    Among the first standard boxcar designs adopted by American railroads, the WalthersMainline 1937 40' AAR Modified BoxcarFeatures: Limited edition - one time run of these roadnumbers 1000s used in general service late 1930s to 1980s Based on taller cars built with 10' 6" interior height 5-5 Dreadnaught ends Murphy panel roof Wood running board 6' Youngstown doors AAR (tab) side sills Correct 33" turned-metal wheelsets Proto MAX(TM) metal knuckle couplers

      • Expertly designed by Walthers
      • Precision engineering.
      • Easy to use.
      • Quality materials.
      • True to life detail.

  • 40' AAR MODIFIED 1937 BOXCAR - READY TO RUN -- SOUTHERN PACIFIC(TM) 119550 (BOXCAR RED, WHITE, LARGE SANS SERIF LETTERING)

    SOUTHERN PACIFIC Among the first standard boxcar designs adopted by American railroads, the WalthersMainline 1937 40' AAR Modified Boxcar features: Limited edition - one time run of these roadnumbers1000s used in general service late 1930s to 1980s 2 different car numbers per roadnameBased on taller cars built with 10' 6" interior height featuring: 5-5 Dreadnaught ends Murphy panel roof Wood running board 6' Youngstown doors AAR (tab) side sills Correct 33" turned-metal wheelsets Proto MAX(TM) metal knuckle couplers WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - SMALL PARTS! NOT INTENDED FOR CHILDREN UNDER 3.... [Read More]

    • Accurail HO Scale Kit AAR 40' Single-Door Steel Box Car Southern Pacific #163175

      Accurail's easy-to-build kits are perfect for the beginner or advanced modeler. Detailed parts are molded and painted in realistic colors. Assembly is required.

      • Walthers HO Scale 40' Wood Boxcar w/Flat Roof Southern Pacific/SP #27636

        Features: Used from 1920s to mid-60s; handled all types of general freight; fully assembled; correct 33" turned-metal wheelsets; Proto MAX(TM) metal knuckle couplers.

        • 50' PC&F Insulated Boxcar - Ready to Run -- Southern Pacific(TM) #671184 (Boxcar Red, yellow Hydra Cushion Markings)

          SOUTHERN PACIFIC INSULATED BOXCAR These colorful WalthersMainline PC&F 50' Insulated boxcars are right at home on layouts from the 1960s to 2000s. Based on class RBL prototypes with insulation & load restraints, the prototypes were shipper favorites for food, beverages, packaged chemicals and finished wood products. Limited edition - one time run of these roadnumbers! Seen coast-to-coast from 1960 to 2000s Affordably priced and nicely detailed with: As-built version with high ladders & see-through running boards Correct Plate B dimensions: 50' 8-1/4" Long over endsills 10' Wide 15' Tall 9' You... [Read More]

          • 50' PC&F Insulated Boxcar - Ready to Run -- Southern Pacific(TM) #671279 (Boxcar Red, yellow Hydra Cushion Markings)

            SOUTHERN PACIFIC INSULATED BOXCAR These colorful WalthersMainline PC&F 50' Insulated boxcars are right at home on layouts from the 1960s to 2000s. Based on class RBL prototypes with insulation & load restraints, the prototypes were shipper favorites for food, beverages, packaged chemicals and finished wood products. Limited edition - one time run of these roadnumbers! Seen coast-to-coast from 1960 to 2000s Affordably priced and nicely detailed with: As-built version with high ladders & see-through running boards Correct Plate B dimensions: 50' 8-1/4" Long over endsills 10' Wide 15' Tall 9' You... [Read More]

            • Bachmann 18142 HO Southern Pacific Evans All-Door Boxcar #51188

              Bachmann 18142 HO Southern Pacific Evans All-Door Boxcar #51188

                This is Bachmann 18142 HO All-Door Boxcar SP #51188. Southern Pacific™ #51188, Evans all-door box car. This box car was manufactured in the 1960s and 1970s by Evans Company and was used primarily to haul produce, wood and paper products, and canned goods. Based on the ones built in 1963. Its key features are: Fully assembled model Blackened metal wheels with RP25 contours Body mounted EZ Mate couplers Non-magnetic blackened brass axles with needle point bearing Celcon trucks Added weight for optimum tracking Manufacturer: Bachmann Model Number: 18142 Road Name: Southern Pacific Scale/Era: HO Modern Model Type: Freight Cars

            • Bachmann 93301 G Scale Union Pacific Boxcar #95764

              Bachmann 93301 G Scale Union Pacific Boxcar #95764

                Here is a Bachmann 93301 G Scale Union Pacific Boxcar that features plastic trucks, plastic wheels with metal axles, operating knuckle couplers, a detailed underframe and sliding doors. #95764. Manufacturer: Bachmann Model Number: 93301 Road Name: UP Scale/Era: G Scale Model Type: Freight Cars

            • 17038 40' Boxcar BAR State of Maine Products 5226 HO Multi-Colored

              17038 40' Boxcar BAR State of Maine Products 5226 HO BACU5503 BACHMANN

                Silver Series rolling stock features: blackened metal wheels with non-magnetic axles and body mounted couplers.FeaturesBlackened machined-metal wheels with RP25 contoursMagnetically operated, body mounted E-Z Mate couplersNon-magnetic, blackened brass axles with needlepoint bearingsCelcon trucksAdded weight for optimum tracking

            • Walthers HO Scale 40' AAR 1948 Boxcar Southern Pacific/SP/Small Logo #102157

              Eager to replace equipment worn out by the Depression and WWII traffic, railroads big and small began updating their postwar boxcar fleets with cars based on the American Association of Railroads (AAR) standard design introduced in 1948. Although similar to the 1944 standard, notable changes included the addition of a rectangular rib at the top of each end, and many buyers opted for diagonal panel roofs. Introduced as railroads also began freshening their image, these cars wore bold, colorful paint and lettering schemes over their long careers, with some still rolling strong into the 1980s! These highly detailed WalthersMainline HO Scale models come fully assembled and feature: • Limited edition - one time run of these roadnumbers! • Improved Dreadnaught 4-4 end with rectangular top rib• Diagonal panel roof• See-through Apex steel running board• 6' Youngstown doors• 10-panel riveted sides• 10'6" Interior height• Ajax hand brake wheel• Bettendorf trucks• Correct 33" turned-metal wheelsets• Proto MAX(TM) metal knuckle couplers

                Walthers HO Scale 40' AAR 1948 Boxcar Southern Pacific/SP/Small Logo #102157

            • DT603 Boxcar Decals Union Pacific HO Multi-Colored

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                Woodland Scenics Dry Transfer Decals are the quick and easy way to make your hobby projects look great. The wide range of decals will add desired detail to buildings, fences, signs and box cars in full color. Give your layout, diorama, or miniature scene, the touch of authenticity needed to bring it truly alive. Position where desired, rub gently with the Woodland Scenics Dry Transfer Burnisher, and remove the carrier sheet.Font sizes 1/16", 3/32", 1/8", 3/16".FeaturesModel Railroading Supplies

            • Walthers Trainline HO Scale 40' Stock/Cattle Car Southern Pacific/SP Boxcar Red

              Trainline freight cars feature RP-25 metal wheels for superior performance on all kinds of Code 70 and larger HO Scale track. With their added weight and wheel tread matched to National Model Railroad Association standards, wheels on Trainline cars are perfect for every HO railroad. Other features include molded details that stand up to handling during operation, realistic paint schemes for good looks and body-mounted magnetic knuckle couplers for reliable performance.

                Trainline freight cars feature RP-25 metal wheels for superior performance on all kinds of Code 70 and larger HO Scale track. With their added weight and wheel tread matched to National Model Railroad Association standards, wheels on Trainline cars are perfect for every HO railroad. Other features include molded details that stand up to handling during operation, realistic paint schemes for good looks and body-mounted magnetic knuckle couplers for reliable performance.

            • Walthers HO Scale 50' PC&F Insulated Boxcar Southern Pacific/SP #671279

              These colorful Walthers Mainline PC&F 50' Insulated boxcars are right at home on layouts from the 1960s to 2000s. Based on class RBL prototypes with insulation & load restraints, the prototypes were shipper favorites for food, beverages, packaged chemicals and finished wood products.Features:• Limited Edition - one time run of these roadnumbers• Seen coast-to-coast from 1960 to 2000s• As-built version with high ladders & see-through running boards• Correct Plate B dimensions: 50' 8-1/4" Long over endsills, , 10' Wide, 15' Tall, 9' Youngstown plug doors• Detailed brake gear•Hydra-Cushion cylinder detail & extended draft gear• Late improved Dreadnaught ends• Diagonal panel roof• Riveted sides• 70-ton roller bearing trucks• Two different car numbers for each roadname• Correct 33" turned-metal wheel sets• Proto MAX(TM) metal knuckle couplers

                These colorful Walthers Mainline PC&F 50' Insulated boxcars are right at home on layouts from the 1960s to 2000s. Based on class RBL prototypes with insulation & load restraints, the prototypes were shipper favorites for food, beverages, packaged chemicals and finished wood products.Features:• Limited Edition - one time run of these roadnumbers• Seen coast-to-coast from 1960 to 2000s• As-built version with high ladders & see-through running boards• Correct Plate B dimensions: 50' 8-1/4" Long over endsills, , 10' Wide, 15' Tall, 9' Youngstown plug doors• Detailed brake gear•Hydra-Cushion cylinder detail & extended draft gear• Late improved Dreadnaught ends• Diagonal panel roof• Riveted sides• 70-ton roller bearing trucks• Two different car numbers for each roadname• Correct 33" turned-metal wheel sets• Proto MAX(TM) metal knuckle couplers

            • Walthers HO Scale 40' AAR 1944 Boxcar Southern Pacific/SP #163262 (Overnight)

              Expand HO freight service with these colorful Walthers Mainline models based on the popular American Association of Railroads standard boxcar design from 1944. Used for all types of general loading, the durable steel cars were still going strong into the 1980s.Features:• Limited Edition - one time run of these roadnumbers• Two different car numbers for each roadname• 4-4 Improved Dreadnaught ends• Murphy panel roof• See-through Apex steel running board• 6' Youngstown doors• 10' 6" Interior height• AAR (Tab) side sills• Correct 33" turned-metal wheelsets• Proto MAX(TM) metal knuckle couplers

                Expand HO freight service with these colorful Walthers Mainline models based on the popular American Association of Railroads standard boxcar design from 1944. Used for all types of general loading, the durable steel cars were still going strong into the 1980s.Features:• Limited Edition - one time run of these roadnumbers• Two different car numbers for each roadname• 4-4 Improved Dreadnaught ends• Murphy panel roof• See-through Apex steel running board• 6' Youngstown doors• 10' 6" Interior height• AAR (Tab) side sills• Correct 33" turned-metal wheelsets• Proto MAX(TM) metal knuckle couplers

            • HO Scale Southern Pacific Boxcar

              • Category: Freight Cars
              • Price: 7 USD

            • ho 50' Southern Pacific boxcar

              • Category: Freight Cars
              • Price: 9 USD