Brass Models by SouthWind Models

Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-B1
Category:Box Cars, Double-sheathed
Road Name:Reading (RDG)
Prototype Class:XMU
Product Type:Brass
50-ton, double-sheathed box car. A brass import from Korea that needed to be painted, have decals applied, and S Kadee #802 couplers installed. The trucks that come with this model are of the Taylor Flexible type only seen on the Reading Railroad. Ed painted the model with Scalecoat II paint and used John Hall #109 Reading decals for box cars of many classes. This particular model was finished up as a XMv class built in 1937. Extra parts added were cut levers and pulling staples. By the way, this model was freshly painted when this photo was taken.
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model owned by Edwin Kirstatter
photo © Edwin Kirstatter
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-E5
Category:Box Cars, Express
Road Name:Reading (RDG)
Prototype Class:BXmu
Model Introduced:1993
Product Type:Brass
Express mail box car. Only 50 models were built by Han Shin Models Precision, Inc, Seoul, Korea. They included the Birdsboro trucks. The main photo shows Bill Lane's model which has additional sill steps, a handhold beside the doors, as well as a signal air hose and steam connection at the ends. Photo #2 shows Dale Minard's model in the painted, but undecorated version. Photo #3 is by Edwin Kirstatter which shows the original unpainted version.
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model owned by Bill Lane
photo © Bill Lane
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Category:Box Cars, Single Door
Road Name:Reading (RDG)
Prototype Class:BXm
Model Introduced:1993
Product Type:Brass
Included Birdsboro trucks.
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Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-0002
Category:Bulkhead Flat Cars
Road Name:Central of Georgia
Prototype Class:FR-3
Model Introduced:1988
Product Type:Brass
Full underbody rigging, high resolution rivet details, sprung and equalized lost wax cast trucks. Made in Korea by Oh Sung Co. Arrived painted, but not lettered. Reviewed in the August 1988 issue of the NASG's The Dispatch magazine.
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model owned by Bob Werre
photo © Bob Werre
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-0002
Category:Bulkhead Flat Cars
Road Name:Central of Georgia
Model Introduced:1987
Product Type:Brass
50-foot pulpwood car. Factory-painted, but not lettered.
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photo © (SouthWind Models stock photo)
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-C9
Category:Cabooses
Road Name:Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe (ATSF)
Model Introduced:1996
Product Type:Brass
The ATSF model was sold unpainted. It is a model of a modernized steel caboose. Built by FM Models out of Korea.
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model owned by Brian Jackson
photo © Brian Jackson
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-C8
Category:Cabooses
Road Name:Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe (ATSF)
Model Introduced:1996
Product Type:Brass
The ATSF model was sold unpainted (see second photo). It is a model of a steel caboose with steel roof walks and high end rails. Built by FM Models out of Korea.
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model owned by Brian Jackson
photo © Brian Jackson
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-C1
Category:Cabooses
Road Name:Baltimore & Ohio (B&O)
Road Number:C-2505
Prototype Class:I-5B
Product Type:Brass
This model came in two numbers, but for two different eras. This model has the as-built 15' wheel base. This one is for 1941-1945. These were imported from Korea (manufactured by Green Art Brass Model), and came ready-to-run, painted, and lettered with sprung trucks. Only Kadee S #802 or 808 couplers and maker lamps needed to be added. The B&O built six of this class in 1936 to 1940.
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model owned by Edwin Kirstatter
photo © Edwin Kirstatter
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-C1
Category:Cabooses
Road Name:Baltimore & Ohio (B&O)
Road Number:C-2506
Prototype Class:I-5BA
Product Type:Brass
This wagon-top, bay-window caboose was built in 1939 as a class I-5B in the Cumberland shops but later the truck centers were lengthened to 19' from the original 15' and re-classed. The imported from Korea (manufactured by Green Art Brass Model) is for the 1945 to 1955 era of painting. It is ready to run only needing S Kadee couplers and marker lamps applied. This model came in five different eras of painting and numbers.
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model owned by Edwin Kirstatter
photo © Edwin Kirstatter
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-C1
Category:Cabooses
Road Name:Baltimore & Ohio (B&O)
Road Number:C-2820
Prototype Class:I-12
Model Introduced:1992
Product Type:Brass
Online Article:visit site
This model was imported from Korea, and comes with sprung trucks. The models came unpainted. The prototype had been refitted for use in caboose pool service in the 1960s by adding electric generation and batteries. Also toilets and a retention tank were added. The second photo shows Bill's model of the Chessie version of the I-12.
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model owned by Bill Lane
photo © Bill Lane
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Category:Cabooses
Road Name:Chesapeake & Ohio
Road Number:90749
Model Introduced:1998
Product Type:Brass
Wood-sided. Available unpainted, and painted and decorated. Manufactured by Sae Hyung, Korea.
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model owned by Jack Sudimak
photo © Edwin Kirstatter
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-C6
Category:Cabooses
Road Name:Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR)
Road Number:478081
Prototype Class:N8
Prototype Era:1951
Model Introduced:1995
Product Type:Brass
Online Article:visit site
A small number of these models were available factory-painted and lettered with either freight-car brown or tuscan red. The majority were sold unpainted. Ninety models were made with the PRR antenna and ten models without. The main photo shows Bill Lane's model which required many hours to super-detail. Photo #2 was taken by Ed Kirstatter of Jack Sudimak's model, which shows the trainphone antenna and the gray-painted cupola.
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Photo #2
model owned by Bill Lane
photo © Bill Lane
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-C4
Category:Cabooses, Wood
Road Name:Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR)
Prototype Class:N6b
Product Type:Brass
Online Article:visit site
The model was sold unpainted. Offset cupola.
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model owned by Jack Sudimak
photo © Edwin Kirstatter
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-C3
Category:Cabooses, Wood
Road Name:Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR)
Prototype Class:N6b
Product Type:Brass
Online Article:visit site
Centered cupola. Note that SouthWind Models also produced a "Lines West" version of this cabin car. Made in Korea by Han Shin Models Precision, Inc.
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model owned by Bill Lane
photo © Bill Lane
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Category:Cabooses, Wood
Road Name:Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR)
Prototype Class:N6b
Prototype Era:1923
Product Type:Brass
The model was sold unpainted. Offset cupola. This is the "Lines West" version, which has a cupola with vertical walls that stick out a bit wider than the body itself. Only a handful of these models were made by SouthWind. The PRR had converted these into regular N6b models by the late 1940s.
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Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-0040
Category:Flat Cars
Road Name:(undecorated)
Prototype Era:1942
Model Introduced:1990
Product Type:Brass
Erie/AAR. Riveted. This model was made in Korea by Duck Yoo Corp, and was sold unpainted. One hundred models were produced. Ed sprayed black Testors paint, and applied HO-scale decals, then added Kadee #802 couplers. Still needing to be done to this model at the time of the photograph is a weathering of the deck and spraying of Testors Dullcote.
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model owned by Edwin Kirstatter
photo © Edwin Kirstatter
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Category:Flat Cars
Road Name:Chicago & North Western (CNW)
Road Number:48053
Model Introduced:1999
Product Type:Brass
Model was available without load, with transformer load (two types), or with stator load. Made in Korea by OCS Micro Casting. These were factory-painted and lettered.
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model owned by Bill Winans
photo © Bill Winans
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Category:Flat Cars
Road Name:New York Central (NYC)
Road Number:499043
Model Introduced:1999
Product Type:Brass
Model was available without load, with transformer load (two types), or with stator load (shown). Made in Korea by OCS Micro Casting. These were factory-painted and lettered.
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model owned by Edwin Kirstatter
photo © Edwin Kirstatter
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Category:Flat Cars
Road Name:Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR)
Prototype Class:F30A
Prototype Era:1933
Model Introduced:1990
Product Type:Brass
Sold unpainted, but modeled after the PRR. Welded-body. Bill's model is painted and lettered as per the prototype. One hundred models were produced.
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model owned by Bill Winans
photo © Bill Winans
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Category:Flat Cars
Road Name:Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR)
Road Number:470200
Prototype Class:F34
Prototype Era:1938
Model Introduced:1999
Product Type:Brass
Model was available without load, with transformer load (two types), or with stator load. Made in Korea by OCS Micro Casting. These were factory-painted and lettered. Photo #2 shows John's model repainted and lettered for the Southern Pacific F-200-1 class, with weathering applied.
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model owned by Ken Zieska
photo © Ken Zieska
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Category:Flat Cars
Road Name:Westinghouse Electric (WECX)
Model Introduced:1999
Product Type:Brass
Model was available without load, with transformer load (two types), or with stator load. Made in Korea by OCS Micro Casting.
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Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-0028
Category:Hoppers, 2-bay Composite
Road Name:Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR)
Prototype Class:H31b
Prototype Era:1942
Model Introduced:1988
Product Type:Brass
Composite hopper. The model was made by Duck Yoo Corp, Korea. Ed's model was painted with ScaleCoat paint and he used John Hall decals. He installed Kadee S-scale couplers and fabricated a dummy load. The second photo is of the one by Bill Lane.
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model owned by Edwin Kirstatter
photo © Edwin Kirstatter
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-0029
Category:Hoppers, 2-bay Open Top
Road Name:Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR)
Prototype Class:H31c
Prototype Era:1949
Model Introduced:1988
Product Type:Brass
All-steel hopper. The model was manufactured by Duck Yoo Corp, Korea. The second photo is by Bill Winans of the unpainted original.
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model owned by Bill Lane
photo © Bill Lane
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Category:Hoppers, 2-bay Open Top
Road Name:Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR)
Prototype Class:GLc
Prototype Era:1923
Product Type:Brass
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model owned by Bill Winans
photo © Bill Winans
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-H8
Category:Hoppers, 4-bay Open Top
Road Name:Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR)
Prototype Class:H25
Prototype Era:1919
Model Introduced:1996
Product Type:Brass
Available painted and unpainted.
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model owned by Bill Winans
photo © Bill Winans
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Category:Hoppers, 4-bay Open Top
Road Name:Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR)
Prototype Class:H21
Prototype Era:1909
Model Introduced:1996
Product Type:Brass
Available painted and unpainted.
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model owned by Bill Lane
photo © Bill Winans
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Category:Hoppers, 4-bay Open Top
Road Name:Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR)
Prototype Class:H22
Prototype Era:1912
Model Introduced:1996
Product Type:Brass
Available painted and unpainted.
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model owned by Bill Winans
photo © Bill Winans
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-M1
Category:M.O.W.
Road Name:Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR)
Prototype Class:Y4
Model Introduced:1995
Product Type:Brass
80,000lbs test weight car. Manufactured by OCS Micro Casting, Inchon, Korea. The models have sprung journals, opening top hatch, brake rigging, and removable dummy couplers. The model included Rail Graphics decals in white and black for the PRR that needed to be applied by the owner. The main photo of Jack Sudimak's model that has the lettering applied. Bill Lane's photo (Photo #2) has been weathered. Photo #3 shows the model as it arrived. The model was reviewed in the April 1995 issue of the S/Sn3 Modeling Guide. In the real world, these cars were run in front of the caboose.
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model owned by Jack Sudimak
photo © Edwin Kirstatter
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWRI-6
Category:Milk Cars
Road Name:Borden's (BFIX)
Prototype Era:1936
Model Introduced:1990
Product Type:Brass
These models had fins on both the top of the car as well as on their ends. Manufacturer ID "SWRI-6" is for one car; "SWLE-6" is for two such cars; "SWLE-8" contained one each of SWRI-6 and SWRI-7.

The fins were original in 1936, but were removed in later years. As per the prototype, the brake system at the cars' ends were different between the two models as well (see Photo #4). There is a product review in the October 1990 issue of the 3/16 "S"cale Railroading magazine. The models were made by Duck Yoo Corp of Korea, and arrived unpainted (covered in a clear, semi-gloss lacquer). At the time, River Raisin Models provided appropriate decals for the three known prototype lettering schemes.
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model owned by Dale Minard
photo © Dale Minard
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWRI-7
Category:Milk Cars
Road Name:Borden's (BFIX)
Prototype Era:1936
Model Introduced:1990
Product Type:Brass
These models only had fins on their ends. Manufacturer ID "SWRI-7" is for one car; "SWLE-7" is for two such cars; "SWLE-8" contained one each of SWRI-6 and SWRI-7.

The fins were original in 1936, but were removed in later years. As per the prototype, the brake system at the cars' ends were different between the two models as well (see Photo #4). There is a product review in the October 1990 issue of the 3/16 "S"cale Railroading magazine. The models were made by Duck Yoo Corp of Korea, and arrived unpainted (covered in a clear, semi-gloss lacquer). At the time, River Raisin Models provided appropriate decals for the three known prototype lettering schemes.
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model owned by Dale Minard
photo © Dale Minard
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-0176
Category:Passenger Cars, Baggage
Road Name:New York Central (NYC)
Model Introduced:1989
Product Type:Brass
Heavyweight, 60-foot, 4-wheel trucks. Available unpainted, and painted. Manufactured by Duck Yoo Corp out of Korea.
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model owned by Bill Winans
photo © Bill Winans
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Category:Passenger Cars, Baggage
Road Name:Northwestern Pacific
Model Introduced:1998
Product Type:Brass
This Harriman car (left-hand side in the photo) is posed with the other cars and Bill's cat Shorty. Models were made by Sae-Hyung Model Co., Pucheon, Korea.
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model owned by Bill Winans
photo © Bill Winans
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-P41
Category:Passenger Cars, Baggage
Road Name:Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR)
Prototype Class:B60b
Model Introduced:1995
Product Type:Brass
Round roof. Made in Korea by F.M. Model. The models were available factory-painted and lettered, or unpainted. Photo #2 shows the optional doors with rectangular windows that could be installed by the modeler instead of the round-window doors.
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model owned by Jace Kahn
photo © Jace Kahn
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-P40
Category:Passenger Cars, Baggage
Road Name:Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR)
Prototype Class:B60
Model Introduced:1995
Product Type:Brass
Clerestory roof. Made in Korea by F.M. Model. The models were available factory-painted and lettered, or unpainted. Photo #2 shows Bill Lane's converted model. He changed the round windows of the doors to square ones, and machined the floor so that he could use Omnicon's K4 tender trucks. These changes make the model more closely resemble the PRSL prototype.
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model owned by Dick Karnes
photo © Dick Karnes
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-0017
Category:Passenger Cars, Baggage
Road Name:New York Central (NYC)
Model Introduced:1989
Product Type:Brass
These models were manufactured by Duck Yoo Corp out of Korea, and available painted and unpainted. The model in the photo was custom-painted and lettered for the D&RGW.
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model owned by Tom Henderson
photo © Tom Henderson
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-401
Category:Passenger Cars, Baggage, Express
Road Name:Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe (ATSF)
Model Introduced:1992
Product Type:Brass
(may not have been produced) Budd. Part of the El Capitan passenger train.
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Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Category:Passenger Cars, Baggage, REA
Road Name:Southern Pacific
Product Type:Brass
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model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Category:Passenger Cars, Baggage, REA
Road Name:Southern Pacific
Product Type:Brass
6-wheel trucks. These were a limited-run. Also available with the Daylight paint scheme.
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model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SMW-0021
Category:Passenger Cars, Coach
Road Name:New York Central (NYC)
Model Introduced:1989
Product Type:Brass
Heavyweight. 6-wheel trucks. Available unpainted, and painted. Manufactured by Duck Yoo Corp out of Korea.
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Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SMW-0019
Category:Passenger Cars, Coach
Road Name:New York Central (NYC)
Model Introduced:1989
Product Type:Brass
This model was built by Duck Yoo Corp out of Korea. The model was available painted and unpainted. Dick painted his model, and finished it with Des Plaines Hobbies decals and Kadee S-scale couplers. A thorough review can be found in the August 1989 issue of the Dispatch.
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model owned by Dick Karnes
photo © Dick Karnes
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Category:Passenger Cars, Coach
Road Name:Northwestern Pacific
Road Number:457
Model Introduced:2003
Product Type:Brass
This Harriman car (center in the photo) is posed with the other cars and Bill's cat Shorty. Models were made by Sae-Hyung Model Co., Pucheon, Korea.
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model owned by Bill Winans
photo © Bill Winans
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Category:Passenger Cars, Coach
Road Name:Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR)
Prototype Class:P70
Model Introduced:1995
Product Type:Brass
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Made in Korea by F.M. Model. The models were available factory-painted and lettered, or unpainted. The model in the photo, by Bill Lane, was painted and lettered for the PRSL.
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model owned by Bill Lane
photo © Bill Lane
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Category:Passenger Cars, Coach
Road Name:Southern Pacific
Product Type:Brass
Double-window. These were also made in the wide, single-window version (see Photo #3).
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model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-406
Category:Passenger Cars, Coach, Budd
Road Name:Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe (ATSF)
Model Introduced:1992
Product Type:Brass
(may not have been produced) Part of the El Capitan passenger train.
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Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-403
Category:Passenger Cars, Coach, Budd
Road Name:Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe (ATSF)
Model Introduced:1992
Product Type:Brass
(may not have been produced) Part of the El Capitan passenger train.
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Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-0018
Category:Passenger Cars, Combine
Road Name:New York Central (NYC)
Model Introduced:1989
Product Type:Brass
Heavyweight. Available unpainted, and painted. Manufactured by Duck Yoo Corp out of Korea.
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model owned by Tom Henderson
photo © Tom Henderson
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-402
Category:Passenger Cars, Combine
Road Name:Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe (ATSF)
Model Introduced:1992
Product Type:Brass
(may not have been produced) Budd. Part of the El Capitan passenger train.
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Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-404
Category:Passenger Cars, Dining
Road Name:Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe (ATSF)
Model Introduced:1992
Product Type:Brass
(may not have been produced) Budd. Part of the El Capitan passenger train.
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Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-405
Category:Passenger Cars, Lounge
Road Name:Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe (ATSF)
Model Introduced:1992
Product Type:Brass
(may not have been produced) Budd. Part of the El Capitan passenger train.
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Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SMW-0024
Category:Passenger Cars, Observation
Road Name:New York Central (NYC)
Model Introduced:1989
Product Type:Brass
SouthWind imported only 25 of these NYC "swallowtail" observation cars. The NYC built two of these cars from standard coaches for use on the "Pacemaker" as stand-ins until the streamlined cars arrived. The model in the photo was finished by Dick Karnes. He used Des Plaines Hobbies and Champ decals, and S-scale Kadee couplers.
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model owned by Dick Karnes
photo © Dick Karnes
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-407
Category:Passenger Cars, Observation
Road Name:Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe (ATSF)
Model Introduced:1992
Product Type:Brass
(may not have been produced) Budd. Part of the El Capitan passenger train.
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Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-0022
Category:Passenger Cars, Open Vestibule
Road Name:New York Central (NYC)
Model Introduced:1989
Product Type:Brass
Heavyweight. Available unpainted, and painted. Manufactured by Duck Yoo Corp out of Korea.
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model owned by Tom Henderson
photo © Tom Henderson
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Category:Passenger Cars, Open Vestibule
Road Name:Northwestern Pacific
Model Introduced:2003
Product Type:Brass
This Harriman car (right-hand side in the photo) is posed with the other cars and Bill's cat Shorty. Models were made by Sae-Hyung Model Co., Pucheon, Korea.
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model owned by Bill Winans
photo © Bill Winans
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Category:Passenger Cars, Open Vestibule
Road Name:Union Pacific (UP)
Model Introduced:1998
Product Type:Brass
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model owned by Bob Werre
photo © Bob Werre
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Category:Passenger Cars, Open Vestibule
Road Name:Southern Pacific
Product Type:Brass
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model owned by Tom Henderson
photo © Tom Henderson
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-0027
Category:Passenger Cars, RPO
Road Name:(undecorated)
Model Introduced:1989
Product Type:Brass
USRA.
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model owned by Brian Jackson
photo © Brian Jackson
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Category:Passenger Cars, RPO
Road Name:(undecorated)
Product Type:Brass
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model owned by Bill Winans
photo © Bill Winans
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-0023
Category:Passenger Cars, RPO
Road Name:New York Central (NYC)
Model Introduced:1989
Product Type:Brass
The originally unpainted model was made in Korea by Duck-Yoo Corp. Flagged as RPO #2 by SouthWind.
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model owned by Tom Henderson
photo © Tom Henderson
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SMW-0020
Category:Passenger Cars, RPO
Road Name:New York Central (NYC)
Model Introduced:1989
Product Type:Brass
Heavyweight. 6-wheel truck. It was available unpainted and factory-painted. Flagged as RPO #1 by SouthWind.
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Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Category:Passenger Cars, RPO
Road Name:Southern Pacific
Product Type:Brass
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model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Category:Passenger Cars, RPO
Road Name:Southern Pacific
Product Type:Brass
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model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-400
Category:Passenger Cars, RPO
Road Name:Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe (ATSF)
Model Introduced:1992
Product Type:Brass
(may not have been produced) Budd. Part of the El Capitan passenger train.
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Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Category:Passenger Cars, RPO
Road Name:Great Northern (GN)
Model Introduced:1989
Product Type:Brass
The originally unpainted model was made in Korea by Duck-Yoo Corp. Flagged as USRA Type II RPO #3 by SouthWind.
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Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-0031
Category:Passenger Cars, Sleeper Pullman
Road Name:(undecorated)
Model Introduced:1990
Product Type:Brass
The originally unpainted model made in Korea by Duck Yoo, Corp represents a Pullman heavyweight 13-double-bedroom sleeper (plan 3997A), suitable for use on the PRR and NYC. Reviewed in the April 1991 issue of the 3/16 "S"cale Railroading magazine (includes photos, including one of the underbody detailing). Sam Powell did a review of these in the July 1991 issue of Railroad Model Craftsman.
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model owned by Dick Karnes
photo © Dick Karnes
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-0030
Category:Passenger Cars, Sleeper Pullman
Road Name:(undecorated)
Model Introduced:1990
Product Type:Brass
Heavyweight Pullman 12-1 sleeper (plan 2410 D & E), shown in the original unpainted form. Made in Korea by Duck Yoo, Corp. Suitable for use with a variety of railroads.
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model owned by Edwin Kirstatter
photo © Edwin Kirstatter
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-0032
Category:Passenger Cars, Sleeper Pullman
Road Name:(undecorated)
Model Introduced:1990
Product Type:Brass
This is an 8-section/1-drawingroom/2-compartments heavyweight car (plan 3979A) used by a variety of railroads. The originally unpainted model was made in Korea by Duck Yoo, Corp.
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photo © (SouthWind Models stock photo)
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-0033
Category:Refrigerator Cars, Express
Road Name:New York Central (NYC)
Model Introduced:1990
Product Type:Brass
The originally unpainted model was finished by Dick using Des Plaines Hobbies decals and S-scale Kadee couplers. Made in Korea by Duck-Yoo Corp.
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model owned by Dick Karnes
photo © Dick Karnes
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-0001
Category:Refrigerator Cars, Express
Road Name:Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR)
Prototype Class:R50b
Model Introduced:1987
Product Type:Brass
The originally unpainted model was made in Korea by Daiyang Models. It is a 13-ounce model. The second photo is of Ed Kirstatter's model. These have operating ice hatches and sprung trucks. The trucks, appropriate for any PRR P70 coaches, were available separately. However, the wheels were originally gauged for the old NMRA standard, so they will need some adjustment to the current NMRA/NASG standard, if not yet so done. Dick Karnes reviews this model in the Fall 1987 issue of the NASG's Dispatch.
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model owned by Bob Werre
photo © Bob Werre
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-0034
Category:Refrigerator Cars, Milk
Road Name:New York Central (NYC)
Model Introduced:1990
Product Type:Brass
This model of the NYC express milk car arrived unpainted, and was manufactured in Korea by Duck-Yoo Corp. The model is very similar to the SouthWind Models #0033, except that the doors are different on this one.
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model owned by Dale Minard
photo © Dale Minard
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWSE-2
Category:Refrigerator Cars, Milk
Road Name:Rutland
Road Number:340
Model Introduced:1990
Product Type:Brass
The originally unpainted model was made in Korea by Duck-Yoo Corp. Two sets of 15 models each were produced.
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Photo #2
model owned by Jace Kahn
photo © Jace Kahn
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Category:Refrigerator Cars, Milk
Road Name:New York Central (NYC)
Model Introduced:1990
Product Type:Brass
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Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWRI-1
Category:Tank Cars 1-dome
Road Name:Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe (ATSF)
Prototype Class:TK-K
Prototype Era:1918
Model Introduced:1990
Product Type:Brass
12,500 gallons, as built in 1918. These were made in conjunction with Pecos River Brass.
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model owned by Bill Winans
photo © Bill Winans
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWRI-3
Category:Tank Cars 1-dome
Road Name:Southern Pacific
Prototype Class:0-50-12
Prototype Era:1928
Model Introduced:1990
Product Type:Brass
12,000 gallons, as built in 1928. These were made in conjunction with Pecos River Brass. The second photo is Bill Winans' model in the unpainted version. Note that Bill's photo shows a dome walkway and Bob's doesn't. This is because the walkway is only found on one side of the car, as per the prototype.
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Photo #2
model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWRI-4
Category:Tank Cars 1-dome
Road Name:Southern Pacific
Prototype Class:0-50-13
Prototype Era:1942
Model Introduced:1990
Product Type:Brass
8,000 gallons, as built in 1942. These were made in conjunction with Pecos River Brass. The decal on this model is incorrect. The second photo is Bill Winans' model in the unpainted version. Note that Bill's photo shows a dome walkway and Bob's doesn't. This is because the walkway is only found on one side of the car, as per the prototype.
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model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWRI-2
Category:Tank Cars 1-dome
Road Name:Union Pacific (UP)
Prototype Class:0-50-6
Prototype Era:1937
Model Introduced:1990
Product Type:Brass
12,500 gallons as built in 1937. Dome walks on both sides and National B trucks. These were made in conjunction with Pecos River Brass.
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model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWRI-5
Category:Tank Cars 1-dome
Road Name:Western Pacific
Prototype Era:1929
Model Introduced:1990
Product Type:Brass
12,500 gallons, small dome. These were made in conjunction with Pecos River Brass. The 1201-1250 series was built by General American Tank Car Company in 1929. The second photo is of Bill Winans' unpainted model.
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Photo #2
model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan

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