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Date: 03/25/20 10:21
InterMountain Railway HO Scale Modified 1937 AAR Boxcars
Author: Intermountain

We at InterMountain Railway Company are please to announce that the following products are now IN TRANSIT, and should be expected to arrive here in Colorado in the next couple of weeks.  Be sure to contact  your favorite Authorized InterMountain Dealer or give us to order or for more information.

HO Scale 10'6" Modified 1937 AAR Boxcars in the following roads/paint schemes:
Rock Island
New York Central
Ft Worth and Denver
Missouri Pacific  - Route of the Eagles
Erie Lackawanna
Southern - Billboard
Union Pacific - Road of the Streamliners
Chicago & North Western - Route of the Challengers
Canadian Pacific Newsprint
Gulf, Mobile & Ohio
Canadian Pacific - Script
Toledo, Peoria & Western
Missouri-Illinois
Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic
Erie - Large Herald
SOO Line

Thank You for your support,
InterMountain Staff
 








Date: 03/25/20 13:32
Re: InterMountain Railway HO Scale Modified 1937 AAR Boxcars
Author: santafesteve

What happened to Santa Fe, SP and WP ?



Date: 03/25/20 15:07
Re: InterMountain Railway HO Scale Modified 1937 AAR Boxcars
Author: Intermountain

Santa Fe and Southern Pacific were not part of the original announcement for these cars. The Western Pacific was unfortunately cancelled due to lack of reservations.

Thank You for your support,
InterMountain Staff



Date: 03/25/20 18:13
Re: InterMountain Railway HO Scale Modified 1937 AAR Boxcars
Author: Arved

santafesteve Wrote:
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> What happened to Santa Fe, SP and WP ?

Did SP have 1937 AAR box cars with 10' 6" IH? My memory may be bad, but I thought they were all 10' even. Taller cars caeme later. I'll have to dig up Tony Thompson's Freight Car books again.

Arved Grass
Fleming Island, FL
Arved Grass



Date: 03/25/20 19:02
Re: InterMountain Railway HO Scale Modified 1937 AAR Boxcars
Author: PHall

Arved Wrote:
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> santafesteve Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > What happened to Santa Fe, SP and WP ?
>
> Did SP have 1937 AAR box cars with 10' 6" IH? My
> memory may be bad, but I thought they were all 10'
> even. Taller cars caeme later. I'll have to dig up
> Tony Thompson's Freight Car books again.

Intermountain has the 10'-0" cars too.



Date: 03/26/20 05:23
Re: InterMountain Railway HO Scale Modified 1937 AAR Boxcars
Author: Arved

PHall Wrote:
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> Arved Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > santafesteve Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > What happened to Santa Fe, SP and WP ?
> >
> > Did SP have 1937 AAR box cars with 10' 6" IH?
> My
> > memory may be bad, but I thought they were all
> 10'
> > even. Taller cars caeme later. I'll have to dig
> up
> > Tony Thompson's Freight Car books again.
>
> Intermountain has the 10'-0" cars too.

Yes, I know, and I'm trying to find more, but the announcement above is for the 10' 6" IH cars.

Stay healthy,

Arved Grass
Fleming Island, FL
Arved Grass



Date: 03/26/20 11:41
Re: InterMountain Railway HO Scale Modified 1937 AAR Boxcars
Author: superfleet

I have an ATSF car (stock #45803) from a previous run, isn't it correct for the Santa Fe?  It's painted as a BX-43 in a very nice factory paint job....

Dan



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