1919-era Models by S Scale America

Manufacturer:S Scale America
Manufacturer ID:1604
Category:Gondolas, USRA-design
Road Name:Boston & Maine
Road Number:90045
Prototype Era:1919
Model Introduced:2004
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
Four road numbers available.
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model owned by Holt Apgar
photo © Holt Apgar
Manufacturer:S Scale America
Manufacturer ID:1605
Category:Gondolas, USRA-design
Road Name:Chesapeake & Ohio
Prototype Era:1919
Model Introduced:2004
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
Four road numbers available.
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Manufacturer:S Scale America
Manufacturer ID:1601
Category:Gondolas, USRA-design
Road Name:Chicago & North Western (CNW)
Prototype Era:1919
Model Introduced:2004
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
Four road numbers available.
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photo © (Hoquat Hobbies stock photo)
Manufacturer:S Scale America
Manufacturer ID:1603
Category:Gondolas, USRA-design
Road Name:Chicago, Burlington & Quincy
Prototype Era:1919
Model Introduced:2004
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
Four road numbers available.
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photo © (Hoquat Hobbies stock photo)
Manufacturer:S Scale America
Manufacturer ID:1602
Category:Gondolas, USRA-design
Road Name:New York Central (NYC)
Road Number:349509
Prototype Era:1919
Model Introduced:2004
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
Four road numbers available.
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model owned by Ron Kemp
photo © Ron Kemp
Manufacturer:S Scale America
Manufacturer ID:1606
Category:Gondolas, USRA-design
Road Name:Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR)
Road Number:G24
Prototype Era:1919
Model Introduced:2004
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
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Four road numbers available. The PRR built 750 of these cars in 1919. Most were converted from the wooden sides to steel sides, so this SSA model represents an as-built model. The built date on the model is 7-19. Note that the model in the photo is missing the vertical brake staff and wheel. Couplers are Walthers ProtoMax HO-scale ones. The bottom and long sides of these cars have simulated wooden boards with nail holes. The car is quite heavy, at 8 ounces (228g).
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model owned by Peter Vanvliet
photo © Peter Vanvliet

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