PRR Sleeper Pair -Florida Special

In stock

$89.00

MSRP $98

       Release planned for July 2021

 

Description

Pennsylvania SLEEPER Pair- Bucks County & Chester County

These sleepers were 2 of 6 cars built by Pullman-Standard and delivered in 1949.

According to the Pennsylvania Technical & Historical Society’s book on the subject, these cars were delivered in this scheme with the Royal Purple lettering board for use on the ACL trains: Florida Special and the ‘Champions’.  They remained like this until 1959 when a simplified scheme was adopted.

These cars were built for the Champions and also saw use on the Florida Special.

These are Prototype Cars.

 

 

$89.00

In stock

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