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Kato Pullman Bi-Level 4-Window Coach Amtrak (Phase III) HO Scale Model Train Passenger Car #356031
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Pullman Bi-Level 4-Window Coach Amtrak (Phase III)

HO Scale Model Train Passenger Car

$50.00
$37.79
 
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Kato #KAT356031. This is the HO Scale Pullman Bi-Level 4-Window Coach - Ready to Run - Amtrak (Phase III) by Kato USA inc.
Kato Broadway Limited 4-Car Add-on Set - Pennsylvania N Scale Model Train Passenger Car #1067111
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Broadway Limited 4-Car Add-on Set - Pennsylvania

N Scale Model Train Passenger Car

$100.00
$75.59
 
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Kato #KAT1067111. The Broadway Limited was the Pennsylvania Railroad's (PRR) premier named passenger train, operating one train daily in either direction between New York (or Washington, D.C.) and Chicago. The Broadway ran from 1912 (although its train Nos. 28 and 29 operated from 1902 as the Pennsylvania Special) and outlasted the Pennsylvania Railroad, operating under Amtrak until 1995.
Kato Superliner I Coach Amtrak #33010 HO Scale Model Train Passenger Car #356052
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Superliner I Coach Amtrak #33010

HO Scale Model Train Passenger Car

$80.00
$60.48
 
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Kato #KAT356052. Delivery of the original Superliner 1 cars began in 1979 with the first cars operating on short runs originating in Seattle and Chicago. As more cars arrived, entire Superliner trainsets replaced trains on existing Western routes. The height of a Superliner generally precludes its operating in the Northeast because of tunnel clearance concerns. The Coaches are the backbone of any passenger train, providing the majority of seating capacity on a train.
Kato Pullman Bi-Level 4-Window Cab-Coach Amtrak HO Scale Model Train Passenger Car #356021
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Pullman Bi-Level 4-Window Cab-Coach Amtrak

HO Scale Model Train Passenger Car

$57.00
$43.09
 
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Kato #KAT356021. The increased capacity of bi-level or "gallery" concept cars made them popular with many commuter rail agencies in the U.S. and Canada. These cars are also used for long-haul service. Kato's bi-level Pullmans are based on cars built for the CNW for push-pull service in the Chicago area.
Kato Amtrak Superliner 4-Car Set B - Ready to Run N Scale Model Train Passenger Car #1063516
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Amtrak Superliner 4-Car Set B - Ready to Run

N Scale Model Train Passenger Car

$110.00
$83.16
 
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Kato #KAT1063516. Delivery of the original Superliner 1 cars began in 1979 with the first cars operating on short runs originating in Seattle and Chicago. As more cars arrived, entire Superliner trainsets replaced trains on existing Western routes. The height of a Superliner generally precludes its operating in the Northeast because of tunnel clearance concerns. The Phase IVb is the current operating paint scheme for Amtrak passenger equipment, removing the "SUPERLINER" lettering from the sides of the cars and featuring the new Amtrak logo on the sides of the car.
Kato Intercity Express 3-Car Set - Ready to Run - Amtrak N Scale Model Train Passenger Car #1066286
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Intercity Express 3-Car Set - Ready to Run - Amtrak

N Scale Model Train Passenger Car

$100.00
$75.59
 
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Kato #KAT1066286. This is a bookcase-style car set containing three individual cars, with the capacity to hold a mix of up to four additional cars or locomotives (7 spaces in total). Modelers can choose to use the extra space to store the contents of the P42 Amfleet Viewliner Intercity Express "Starter Series" set, or a selection of individually released coaches and sleepers.
Kato Streamlined Baggage Amtrak #1221 (Phase VI) N Scale Model Train Passenger Car #1560953
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Streamlined Baggage Amtrak #1221 (Phase VI)

N Scale Model Train Passenger Car

$25.00
$18.89
 
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Kato #KAT1560953. Baggage cars are a necessary part of any mid-to-long distance train as they provide room to store passenger luggage. Acquired by Amtrak in the 70's, many of Amtrak's heritage baggage cars are older than Amtrak itself - a tribute to their rugged construction and continued utility.
Kato Streamlined Pullman-Standard Articulated Coach N Scale Model Train Passenger Car #1066308
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Streamlined Pullman-Standard Articulated Coach

N Scale Model Train Passenger Car

$55.00
$41.58
 
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Kato #KAT1066308. In the 1940's, the Southern Pacific "Morning Daylight" was possibly the world's most beautiful train, its orange and red striping being reserved for the SP's premier train lines. This "Morning Daylight" consist ran between Los Angeles and San Francisco along the beautiful California coast, past cities such as Ventura, Santa Barbara, Salinas and San Jose. Heading up the "Morning Daylight" was the specially built steam locomotive, the GS-4, one of the most well known steam engines ever built.
Kato Superliner I Coach Amtrak #34086 (Phase IVb) HO Scale Model Train Passenger Car #356053
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Superliner I Coach Amtrak #34086 (Phase IVb)

HO Scale Model Train Passenger Car

$85.00
$64.26
 
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Kato #KAT356053. Delivery of the original Superliner 1 cars began in 1979 with the first cars operating on short runs originating in Seattle and Chicago. As more cars arrived, entire Superliner trainsets replaced trains on existing Western routes. The height of a Superliner generally precludes its operating in the Northeast because of tunnel clearance concerns. The Coaches are the backbone of any passenger train, providing the majority of seating capacity on a train.
Kato Superliner I Lounge Amtrak #33019 (Phase IVb) HO Scale Model Train Passenger Car #356063
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Superliner I Lounge Amtrak #33019 (Phase IVb)

HO Scale Model Train Passenger Car

$85.00
$64.26
 
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Kato #KAT356063. Delivery of the original Superliner 1 cars began in 1979 with the first cars operating on short runs originating in Seattle and Chicago. As more cars arrived, entire Superliner trainsets replaced trains on existing Western routes. The height of a Superliner generally precludes its operating in the Northeast because of tunnel clearance concerns. When originally delivered in the 1970s, Superliner I lounges were referred to as "Lounge Cafe" cars. These were fitted with enormous windows that wrapped upward into the ceiling, providing views of scenery along the train's route, like the dome cars of old.
Kato Superliner I Diner Amtrak #38037 (Phase IVb) HO Scale Model Train Passenger Car #356072
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Superliner I Diner Amtrak #38037 (Phase IVb)

HO Scale Model Train Passenger Car

$85.00
$64.26
 
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Kato #KAT356072. Delivery of the original Superliner 1 cars began in 1979 with the first cars operating on short runs originating in Seattle and Chicago. As more cars arrived, entire Superliner trainsets replaced trains on existing Western routes. The height of a Superliner generally precludes its operating in the Northeast because of tunnel clearance concerns. Superliner dining cars have almost the entire upper level available for seating, while the galley (kitchen) occupies the entire lower level. A dumbwaiter is used to bring food to the dining level, as well as to return dishes and cutlery for washing.
Kato Pullman Bi-Level 4-Window Coach Chicago Metra #7836 HO Scale Model Train Passenger Car #356036
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Pullman Bi-Level 4-Window Coach Chicago Metra #7836

HO Scale Model Train Passenger Car

$65.00
$49.14
 
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Kato #KAT356036. The body of the car itself is adorned in a two-tone silver painted layout that emulates the real car's mix of bare stainless steel (such as on the doors or the metal "METRA" ownership plate) and silver paint; unlike later cars such as the Nippon Sharyo bi-levels, the Pullman cars did not have stainless steel bodies and thus were painted to try and mimic the appearance of stainless cars.
Kato Superliner I Sleeper Amtrak #32032 (Phase IVb) HO Scale Model Train Passenger Car #356083
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Superliner I Sleeper Amtrak #32032 (Phase IVb)

HO Scale Model Train Passenger Car

$85.00
$64.26
 
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Kato #KAT356083. Delivery of the original Superliner 1 cars began in 1979 with the first cars operating on short runs originating in Seattle and Chicago. As more cars arrived, entire Superliner trainsets replaced trains on existing Western routes. The height of a Superliner generally precludes its operating in the Northeast because of tunnel clearance concerns. Sleeper cars, as the name implies, consist of a combination of bedrooms and roomettes to allow passengers (for a fee) to book their own rooms for longer trips.
Kato Superliner I Lounge Amtrak #33010 HO Scale Model Train Passenger Car #356062
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Superliner I Lounge Amtrak #33010

HO Scale Model Train Passenger Car

$80.00
$60.48
 
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Kato #KAT356062. Delivery of the original Superliner 1 cars began in 1979 with the first cars operating on short runs originating in Seattle and Chicago. As more cars arrived, entire Superliner trainsets replaced trains on existing Western routes. The height of a Superliner generally precludes its operating in the Northeast because of tunnel clearance concerns. When originally delivered in the 1970s, Superliner I lounges were referred to as "Lounge Cafe" cars. These were fitted with enormous windows that wrapped upward into the ceiling, providing views of scenery along the train's route, like the dome cars of old.
Kato Amtrak Superliner 4-Car Set A Phase IVb N Scale Model Train Passenger Car #1063515
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Amtrak Superliner 4-Car Set A Phase IVb

N Scale Model Train Passenger Car

$110.00
$83.16
 
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Kato #KAT1063515. Delivery of the original Superliner 1 cars began in 1979 with the first cars operating on short runs originating in Seattle and Chicago. As more cars arrived, entire Superliner trainsets replaced trains on existing Western routes. The height of a Superliner generally precludes its operating in the Northeast because of tunnel clearance concerns. The Phase IVb is the current operating paint scheme for Amtrak passenger equipment, removing the "SUPERLINER" lettering from the sides of the cars and featuring the new Amtrak logo on the sides of the car.
Kato Corrugated Business Car Baltimore & Ohio HO Scale Model Train Passenger Car #356008
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Corrugated Business Car Baltimore & Ohio

HO Scale Model Train Passenger Car

$47.98
$40.30
 
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Kato #KAT356008. The predecessor to today's corporate jet, Business Cars have existed since the early days of railroading. Any railroad with any stature or merit, real or perceived, owned and operated a Business Car. Also known as "Private Cars," Business Cars were used by railway executives, their invited guests and family, and special dignitaries. These cars were also frequently assigned to key railroad personnel for the purpose of inspecting track and other facilities, often proving invaluable to reach areas not easily accessible by automobile. Some political candidates have also used these cars while "whistle stop" campaigning for elected office over the years. Used in these ways, Business Cars were ofte
Kato Pullman Bi-Level 4-Window Coach Chicago Metra #7848 HO Scale Model Train Passenger Car #356035
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Pullman Bi-Level 4-Window Coach Chicago Metra #7848

HO Scale Model Train Passenger Car

$65.00
$49.14
 
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Kato #KAT356035. The body of the car itself is adorned in a two-tone silver painted layout that emulates the real car's mix of bare stainless steel (such as on the doors or the metal "METRA" ownership plate) and silver paint; unlike later cars such as the Nippon Sharyo bi-levels, the Pullman cars did not have stainless steel bodies and thus were painted to try and mimic the appearance of stainless cars.
Kato Corrugated Business Car Northern Pacific HO Scale Model Train Passenger Car #356010
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Corrugated Business Car Northern Pacific

HO Scale Model Train Passenger Car

$47.98
$40.30
 
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Kato #KAT356010. The predecessor to today's corporate jet, Business Cars have existed since the early days of railroading. Any railroad with any stature or merit, real or perceived, owned and operated a Business Car. Also known as "Private Cars," Business Cars were used by railway executives, their invited guests and family, and special dignitaries. These cars were also frequently assigned to key railroad personnel for the purpose of inspecting track and other facilities, often proving invaluable to reach areas not easily accessible by automobile. Some political candidates have also used these cars while "whistle stop" campaigning for elected office over the years. Used in these ways, Business Cars were ofte
Kato Superliner I Sleeper - Ready to Run - Amtrak HO Scale Model Train Passenger Car #356082
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Superliner I Sleeper - Ready to Run - Amtrak

HO Scale Model Train Passenger Car

$80.00
$60.48
 
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Kato #KAT356082. Delivery of the original Superliner 1 cars began in 1979 with the first cars operating on short runs originating in Seattle and Chicago. As more cars arrived, entire Superliner trainsets replaced trains on existing Western routes. The height of a Superliner generally precludes its operating in the Northeast because of tunnel clearance concerns. Sleeper cars, as the name implies, consist of a combination of bedrooms and roomettes to allow passengers (for a fee) to book their own rooms for longer trips.
Kato Pullman Bi-Level 4-Window Cab-Coach Rock Island HO Scale Model Train Passenger Car #356024a
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Pullman Bi-Level 4-Window Cab-Coach Rock Island

HO Scale Model Train Passenger Car

$67.00
$50.65
 
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Kato #KAT356024A. The Rock Island was a commuter service between Joliet and downtown Chicago. In the late 70's and early 80's, around the time of the formation of the Regional Transit Authority, the Rock Island line was going through bankruptcy and had great difficulty keeping its own locomotives in service. As a result, the Rock Island line was the first to receive the brand new Chicago RTA F40PH locomotives.
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