RailSmith- NP ‘North Coast Limited’ Sleeper 365

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$46.00

 

Final stock. This run is almost gone. This and all road numbers will not be run again.

Description

Northern Pacific Sleeper 365.

This 10-6 sleeper car was built by Pullman in 1950 for service on Southern Pacific’s Cascade between Oakland and Seattle. This car was pulled from Cascade service in 1962,  it then served as protection for the North Coast Limited.

This is a Prototype car.

$46.00

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