Bob Peare Engineering Corp. M.O.W.

Manufacturer:Bob Peare Engineering Corp.
Manufacturer ID:SC403
Category:M.O.W.
Road Name:(undecorated)
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
These cars were generally used as a bunk car, but suitable for a tool & block car, or store car. It has two windows per side, a door in middle, and a door in each end. Alvin installed Northeastern Andrews trucks and HO-scale Kadee couplers.
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model owned by Alvin Clapp
photo © Edwin Kirstatter
Manufacturer:Bob Peare Engineering Corp.
Manufacturer ID:SC402
Category:M.O.W.
Road Name:(undecorated)
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
This is a boom tender car.
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model owned by Jack Troxell
photo © Bob Werre
Manufacturer:Bob Peare Engineering Corp.
Manufacturer ID:SC401
Category:M.O.W.
Road Name:(undecorated)
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
This was a carpenter car.
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Manufacturer:Bob Peare Engineering Corp.
Manufacturer ID:SC404
Category:M.O.W.
Road Name:Nickel Plate Road (NKP)
Road Number:X53680
Model Introduced:1953
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
This 36-foot maintenance-of-way recreation car was a wood kit which included window and door castings. The Northeastern trucks and Kadee HO-scale couplers were extra and no decals were included. Al built this kit, and then painted and lettered it for his favorite NKP Road. The instruction sheet included with the kit was for the O-scale kit made by Train-Craft Products, an out-of-business company at the time. The January 1953 Model Railroader issue (pp 7-8) shows these kits.
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model owned by Alvin Clapp
photo © Edwin Kirstatter
Manufacturer:Bob Peare Engineering Corp.
Category:M.O.W.
Road Name:Southern Pacific
Road Number:2590
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Tool car.
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model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan

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