RailSmith- Milwaukee Road-Duplex Sleeper Pair

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Shipped March 2023



Two of the last cars built for The Milwaukee Road were this  duplex sleeper floor plan 4192. With only two cars in this class, they were built by Pullman-Standard for general service in 1955.    The yellow and gray (UP) scheme was used starting in 1955 when CMStP&P took over the Overland route from the C&NW. Then after, Milwaukee Road cars were found on the Overland ‘City’ trains.

Plan 4192 is the same plan as the 4119 with the exception of one room being a ‘compartment’ versus a ‘Bedroom’, and the location of the annex bathroom. So by definition we think this is still a ‘prototype’ car, windows being the same.

We are excited to produce these Zumbro River & Minnesota River in the awesome yellow & gray so you have more options on your (mostly) Union Pacific ‘City’ trains!

This is a prototype car.


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