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).
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This Pullman-Standard three-bay hopper arrives in the late 1960s to AHM’s line.
Ulrich’s first HO-scale rolling stock release was its Track Cleaning Car kit.
After the company’s Track Cleaning Car, Ulrich introduced a composite gondola kit.
Ulrich produced several open hopper car models in its line of HO-scale freight car kits.
One of the hobby’s first intermodal offerings was Ulrich’s piggyback on flatcar model.
First appearing in the late 1940s, Ulrich offered a series of metal and wood component HO-scale freight car models.
A 1969 addition to TYCO’s line of HO-scale rolling stock, this four-bay hopper car model would remain in the line through 1993.
One of the most unique and interesting examples among American Train & Track’s collection of rolling stock releases was its container car model.
American Train & Track’s line included a pulpwood car produced by Tri-ang/Hornby in the UK.
American Train & Track’s line included this standard cupola caboose produced by Roco in Austria