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RailSmith- GN Empire Builder ‘Pass’ Sleeper Fleet

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$108.50

 

This production run is planned for August 2019

Description

Great Northern sleepers: ‘Lewis & Clark Pass’, ‘Big Horn Pass’ and ‘Santiam Pass’.

Delivered by Pullman in 1950 for the (second streamlined) Empire Builder. These sleepers were part of 16 in that order of cars. Lettered ‘Empire Builder’ and given the series name “PASS”.  There were three ‘Pass’ series cars like this assigned to each 1951 Empire Builder consist.

This selection is for all three “Pass” sleepers shown.

New tooling for this train is expected to be announced late 2019!

 

$108.50

In stock

J. Arenas

Wow… You made my dream come true with the CK Holiday! I am a great admirer of your work.

Gordon and Dorothy

I have never been treated as graciously and in a manner more suited to a VIP in my life, as I was on our train trip.  It’s obvious how you’ve made your life a success story.  Looking around the train and seeing your friends I’m pretty sure they  were all made to feel very special by you, and your…

Jerry E.

Received GN A10 today. Absolutely stunning! I am very pleased. Thank You all.

M. Magliaro

I received my #99 business card in the mail today. It looks superb. Thank you for another wonderful job. You are really filling a niche.

R.L.

Ferdinand Magellan is great! This really fits your mission of offering significant cars that otherwise wouldn’t be produced.

K. Lyons

I want to be like you when I grow up!

K.

My kids absolutely love the Christmas cars! The C.K. Holiday, along with the Carolwood and Disney cars makes a wonderful Christmas train. It made many a loop under our tree this year.

Jerry

I really am enjoying what you are producing, Lowell! Thanks for doing it. Jerry

P.B.

Thanks for all the great trains – it’s nice to have such wonderful rolling stock on the layout.

K.

I am looking forward to many more releases in the new year. I stayed up really late on Christmas to talk to Santa when he came by our house. I asked him for an n-scale SP&S 700, and he said that was out of his league and I’d better call you.

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