HO 1932 ARA Box, NdeM #60891

HO 1932 ARA Box, NdeM

•Accurate painting and printing •Friction-bearing trucks •AccuMate® couplers Road Name Missouri Pacific (I-GN)

  • Brand: Atlas Model Railroad
  • ASIN: B007QTFUPS
  • UPC: 843375037895

Atlas ATL20003593 HO 1932 ARA Box, Roberval Saguenay #1030

Atlas ATL20003593 HO 1932 ARA Box, Roberval Saguenay

ROBERVAL SAGUENAY A goal of the American Railway Association (ARA) in the early 1920s was to produce an all-steel box car that could be recognized as a standard by the member railroads. Although the original design presented in 1923 produced in excess of 60,000 cars, it wasn't until a new design was presented in 1932 that the member railroads gave their approval. After extensively testing five prototypes in 1933, over 14,500 cars were produced for twenty-three railroads throughout the following decade. This design soon evolved into the 1937, Modified 1937, and Postwar AAR box cars. Although not the most popular design produced, numerically speaking, the 1932 ARA Standard box car is considered one of the most important designs in railroad history. IMAGE SHOWN IS A REPRESENTATION. THE ACTUAL ROAD NUMBER IS IN THE PRODUCT DESCRIPTION. WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - SMALL PARTS! NOT INTENDED FOR CHILDREN UNDER 3.

  • Brand: Atlas
  • ASIN: B015WOKVT8
  • UPC: 843375096687

Atlas ATL20003592 HO 1932 ARA Box, Roberval Saguenay #1026

Atlas ATL20003592 HO 1932 ARA Box, Roberval Saguenay

ROBERVAL SAGUENAY A goal of the American Railway Association (ARA) in the early 1920s was to produce an all-steel box car that could be recognized as a standard by the member railroads. Although the original design presented in 1923 produced in excess of 60,000 cars, it wasn't until a new design was presented in 1932 that the member railroads gave their approval. After extensively testing five prototypes in 1933, over 14,500 cars were produced for twenty-three railroads throughout the following decade. This design soon evolved into the 1937, Modified 1937, and Postwar AAR box cars. Although not the most popular design produced, numerically speaking, the 1932 ARA Standard box car is considered one of the most important designs in railroad history. WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - SMALL PARTS! NOT INTENDED FOR CHILDREN UNDER 3.

  • Brand: Atlas
  • ASIN: B015WOKUY4
  • UPC: 843375096670

Atlas ATL20003589 HO 1932 ARA Box, SOO/Modern #42204

Atlas ATL20003589 HO 1932 ARA Box, SOO/Modern

SOO LINE (MODERN) A goal of the American Railway Association (ARA) in the early 1920s was to produce an all-steel box car that could be recognized as a standard by the member railroads. Although the original design presented in 1923 produced in excess of 60,000 cars, it wasn't until a new design was presented in 1932 that the member railroads gave their approval. After extensively testing five prototypes in 1933, over 14,500 cars were produced for twenty-three railroads throughout the following decade. This design soon evolved into the 1937, Modified 1937, and Postwar AAR box cars. Although not the most popular design produced, numerically speaking, the 1932 ARA Standard box car is considered one of the most important designs in railroad history. IMAGE SHOWN IS A REPRESENTATION. THE ACTUAL ROAD NUMBER IS IN THE PRODUCT DESCRIPTION. WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - SMALL PARTS! NOT INTENDED FOR CHILDREN UNDER 3.

  • Brand: Atlas
  • ASIN: B015WOKS50
  • UPC: 843375096649

Atlas ATL20003584 HO 1932 ARA Box, MP/Route of the Eagles #30804

Atlas ATL20003584 HO 1932 ARA Box, MP/Route of

MISSOURI PACIFIC (ROUTE OF THE EAGLES) A goal of the American Railway Association (ARA) in the early 1920s was to produce an all-steel box car that could be recognized as a standard by the member railroads. Although the original design presented in 1923 produced in excess of 60,000 cars, it wasn't until a new design was presented in 1932 that the member railroads gave their approval. After extensively testing five prototypes in 1933, over 14,500 cars were produced for twenty-three railroads throughout the following decade. This design soon evolved into the 1937, Modified 1937, and Postwar AAR box cars. Although not the most popular design produced, numerically speaking, the 1932 ARA Standard box car is considered one of the most important designs in railroad history. IMAGE SHOWN IS A REPRESENTATION. THE ACTUAL ROAD NUMBER IS IN THE PRODUCT DESCRIPTION. WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - SMALL PARTS! NOT INTENDED FOR CHILDREN UNDER 3.

  • Brand: Atlas
  • ASIN: B015WOKNC8
  • UPC: 843375096595

Atlas ATL20003583 HO 1932 ARA Box, MP/Route of the Eagles #30791

Atlas ATL20003583 HO 1932 ARA Box, MP/Route of

MISSOURI PACIFIC (ROUTE OF THE EAGLES) A goal of the American Railway Association (ARA) in the early 1920s was to produce an all-steel box car that could be recognized as a standard by the member railroads. Although the original design presented in 1923 produced in excess of 60,000 cars, it wasn't until a new design was presented in 1932 that the member railroads gave their approval. After extensively testing five prototypes in 1933, over 14,500 cars were produced for twenty-three railroads throughout the following decade. This design soon evolved into the 1937, Modified 1937, and Postwar AAR box cars. Although not the most popular design produced, numerically speaking, the 1932 ARA Standard box car is considered one of the most important designs in railroad history. IMAGE SHOWN IS A REPRESENTATION. THE ACTUAL ROAD NUMBER IS IN THE PRODUCT DESCRIPTION. WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - SMALL PARTS! NOT INTENDED FOR CHILDREN UNDER 3.

  • Brand: Atlas
  • ASIN: B015WOKMG0
  • UPC: 843375096588

Atlas ATL20003579 HO 1932 ARA Box, PRR #36984

Atlas ATL20003579 HO 1932 ARA Box, PRR

PENNSYLVANIA A goal of the American Railway Association (ARA) in the early 1920s was to produce an all-steel box car that could be recognized as a standard by the member railroads. Although the original design presented in 1923 produced in excess of 60,000 cars, it wasn't until a new design was presented in 1932 that the member railroads gave their approval. After extensively testing five prototypes in 1933, over 14,500 cars were produced for twenty-three railroads throughout the following decade. This design soon evolved into the 1937, Modified 1937, and Postwar AAR box cars. Although not the most popular design produced, numerically speaking, the 1932 ARA Standard box car is considered one of the most important designs in railroad history. IMAGE SHOWN IS A REPRESENTATION. THE ACTUAL ROAD NUMBER IS IN THE PRODUCT DESCRIPTION. WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - SMALL PARTS! NOT INTENDED FOR CHILDREN UNDER 3.

  • Brand: Atlas
  • ASIN: B015WOKIQO
  • UPC: 843375096540

Atlas ATL20003576 HO 1932 ARA Box, ERIE/1945 Paint #76549

Atlas ATL20003576 HO 1932 ARA Box, ERIE/1945 Paint

ERIE (1945 PAINT) A goal of the American Railway Association (ARA) in the early 1920s was to produce an all-steel box car that could be recognized as a standard by the member railroads. Although the original design presented in 1923 produced in excess of 60,000 cars, it wasn't until a new design was presented in 1932 that the member railroads gave their approval. After extensively testing five prototypes in 1933, over 14,500 cars were produced for twenty-three railroads throughout the following decade. This design soon evolved into the 1937, Modified 1937, and Postwar AAR box cars. Although not the most popular design produced, numerically speaking, the 1932 ARA Standard box car is considered one of the most important designs in railroad history. WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - SMALL PARTS! NOT INTENDED FOR CHILDREN UNDER 3.

  • Brand: Atlas
  • ASIN: B015WOKFYE
  • UPC: 843375096519

Atlas ATL50002502 N 1932 ARA Box, SBD #17487

Atlas ATL50002502 N 1932 ARA Box, SBD

SEABOARD AIR LINE A goal of the American Railway Association (ARA) in the early 1920s was to produce an all-steel box car that could be recognized as a standard by the member railroads. Although the original design presented in 1923 produced in excess of 60,000 cars, it wasn't until a new design was presented in 1932 that the member railroads gave their approval. After extensively testing five prototypes in 1933, over 14,500 cars were produced for twenty-three railroads throughout the following decade. This design soon evolved into the 1937, Modified 1937, and Postwar AAR box cars. Although not the most popular design produced, numerically speaking, the 1932 ARA Standard box car is considered one of the most important designs in railroad history. Features: Accurate painting and printing Friction-bearing trucks AccuMate(c) couplers IMAGE SHOWN IS A REPRESENTATION. THE ACTUAL ROAD NUMBER IS IN THE PRODUCT DESCRIPTION. WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - SMALL PARTS! NOT INTENDED FOR CHILDREN UNDER 3.

  • Brand: Atlas
  • ASIN: B015WOI1CM
  • UPC: 843375096922

Atlas ATL50002499 N 1932 ARA Box, Roberval Saguenay #1030

Atlas ATL50002499 N 1932 ARA Box, Roberval Saguenay

ROBERVAL SAGUENAY A goal of the American Railway Association (ARA) in the early 1920s was to produce an all-steel box car that could be recognized as a standard by the member railroads. Although the original design presented in 1923 produced in excess of 60,000 cars, it wasn't until a new design was presented in 1932 that the member railroads gave their approval. After extensively testing five prototypes in 1933, over 14,500 cars were produced for twenty-three railroads throughout the following decade. This design soon evolved into the 1937, Modified 1937, and Postwar AAR box cars. Although not the most popular design produced, numerically speaking, the 1932 ARA Standard box car is considered one of the most important designs in railroad history. Features: Accurate painting and printing Friction-bearing trucks AccuMate(c) couplers IMAGE SHOWN IS A REPRESENTATION. THE ACTUAL ROAD NUMBER IS IN THE PRODUCT DESCRIPTION. WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - SMALL PARTS! NOT INTENDED FOR CHILDREN UNDER 3.

  • Brand: Atlas
  • ASIN: B015WOHXZS
  • UPC: 843375096892
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