Pacific Rail Shops Box Cars, Express

Manufacturer:Pacific Rail Shops
Manufacturer ID:B-418
Category:Box Cars, Express
Road Name:Monon
Road Number:1223
Prototype Era:1942
Model Introduced:1995
Product Type:Kit
1937 AAR, 10-foot inside-height, round corners. Available in four road numbers (matching the four road numbers the prototype had). 7-panel Superior doors.
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model owned by Roger Nulton
photo © Roger Nulton
Manufacturer:Pacific Rail Shops
Manufacturer ID:B-303
Category:Box Cars, Express
Road Name:Rock Island (RI/ROCK)
Road Number:20040
Prototype Class:BX
Prototype Era:1948
Model Introduced:1995
Product Type:Kit
AAR 10'6" inside-height. Available in three road numbers. Circa 1948. Bob's model has River Raisin Allied trucks installed.
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model owned by Bob Werre
photo © Bob Werre
Manufacturer:Pacific Rail Shops
Manufacturer ID:B-461
Category:Box Cars, Express
Road Name:Southern Pacific
Model Introduced:2003
Product Type:Kit
1937 AAR, 10-foot inside-height, early square corners. 1940s paint scheme. Available in six road numbers. Black body color.
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Manufacturer:Pacific Rail Shops
Manufacturer ID:B-439
Category:Box Cars, Express
Road Name:Southern Pacific
Model Introduced:2003
Product Type:Kit
1937 AAR, 10-foot inside-height, round corners. 1950s paint scheme. Available in six road numbers. Silver body color.
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Manufacturer:Pacific Rail Shops
Category:Box Cars, Express
Road Name:Southern Pacific
Road Number:5735
Product Type:Kit
This car was a special issue for the 1997 "S West" meet. This particular model has been enhanced with Rusty Rustermier trucks. The second photo is a model by Bob Werre, which shows the car modeled with the doors open.
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Photo #2
model owned by Bill Winans
photo © Bill Winans
Manufacturer:Pacific Rail Shops
Manufacturer ID:B-406
Category:Box Cars, Express
Road Name:Western Pacific
Road Number:220084
Prototype Era:1937
Product Type:Kit
1937 AAR, 10-foot inside-height, round corners. Available in four road numbers. This model was built as per the kit instructions, with the only thing different being the placement of the tack boards (to match prototype photos).
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model owned by Bill Winans
photo © Bill Winans

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