Rolling Stock

Rolling stock includes freight cars (like boxcars, flatcars, gondolas, hoppers, tank cars, and more), passenger cars (like baggage cars, combines, coaches, diners, pullmans and sleepers, observation cars, and more), as well as miscellaneous work equipment (like cranes and dump cars).

 

AT&T HO Container Car

AT&T HO Container Car

One of the most unique and interesting examples among American Train & Track’s collection of rolling stock releases was its container car model.

AT&T HO Pulpwood Car

AT&T HO Pulpwood Car

American Train & Track’s line included a pulpwood car produced by Tri-ang/Hornby in the UK.

AT&T HO Caboose

AT&T HO Caboose

American Train & Track’s line included this standard cupola caboose produced by Roco in Austria

AT&T HO Cattle Car

AT&T HO Cattle Car

American Train & Track’s HO-scale freight cars included Roco’s 40-foot cattle car model.

AT&T HO Hopper

AT&T HO Hopper

American Train & Track’s four-bay open hopper included separate bay gates that opened and closed.

AT&T HO Gondola

AT&T HO Gondola

American Train & Track’s freight car offerings included this 40-foot steel gondola model.

AT&T HO Boxcar

AT&T HO Boxcar

Another Roco-made freight car from American Train & Track was this 40-foot sliding door boxcar.

AT&T HO Ore Car

AT&T HO Ore Car

Ideal for 18-inch radius curves, American Train & Track included this ore car among its HO-scale freight car models.

AT&T HO Reefer

AT&T HO Reefer

Produced for American Train & Track by Roco in Austria, this 40-foot plug door sold as AT&T’s Reefer.

Lionel HO Mechanical Reefer

Lionel HO Mechanical Reefer

Part of Lionel HO’s 1970s offering was this mechanical refrigerator car model.