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COTW. 1-21-24 to 1-27-24 "+Car of the Week'

The Hobbyline 40' Open 4 bay hopper. was released in 1955 in Western Maryland. Other road names did follow. In 1956 we see the Missouri Pacific was made in ready to run. In1957 kits came out for The Cotton belt in two colors all red and all black. They both were also made in ready to run. The Reading in black kit only and the ALCOA in gray in kit and ready to run. They all are my car of the week





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cool
all have different numbers?
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Nice hopper cars Frank.





N scale Atlas hopper on my layout.

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COTW. 1-21-24 to 1-27-24 "+Car of the Week'

The Hobbyline 40' Open 4 bay hopper. was released in 1955 in Western Maryland. Other road names did follow. In 1956 we see the Missouri Pacific was made in ready to run. In1957 kits came out for The Cotton belt in two colors all red and all black. They both were also made in ready to run. The Reading in black kit only and the ALCOA in gray in kit and ready to run. They all are my car of the week






Originally posted by toptrain - January 20 2024 :  9:41:17 PM



Hopper cars. Now you're speaking my language. Wonder why they didn't do the Western Maryland cars in red like the real ones?
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As Ben once pointed out, these items were manufactured when those Fallen Flags
were still up and running.
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Got these a couple of months ago as early Christmas presents for myself.

I paid $46 bucks for each one.


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