Amazing limited production model trains.

RailSmith- ‘Juniata Rapids’ Pennsy Sleeper

In stock

$44.00

MSRP $54

This production run is arriving September 2019

Description

Pennsylvania Railroad Sleeper ‘Juniata Rapids’.

Delivered by Pullman in 1948, this sleeper was one of 24 ten-six Pullman sleepers owned by the Pennsy. This class configuration of sleeper were all  given the “Rapids” name.

The color of lettering on this Tuscan car will match the MTL and Kato cars.   (Unless my Pennsy friends say that is incorrect.)

Select  ‘Pennsy Fleet’  item for group pricing.

This is a Prototype model.

$44.00

In stock

K. Lyons

I want to be like you when I grow up!

J.Wallace

AFT is a real dream come true for me. Thanks for all your hard work!

D.K.

Aside from the quality, creativity and originality, you are to be commended for your ongoing commitment to this (GAC) series, and all of your series of trains over a period of so many years.  There is always something to look forward to. Keep up the great work!’ D. K.

J. LaBoda

To say the least this is a HUGE development for N-scale and I, along with a number of others, are indebted to you for making these cars possible. Thanks so very much!!!

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.

G.D.

Lowell, thanks to you and your company SP&S modelers (myself included) are having a much easier time modeling the North Bank Road. Thank you for your hard work!

D.

“You have no idea how excited I am about these cars . . .”

Anonymous

What a trip! We had a great time- exceeded our expectations by a mile. The Silver Lariat was simply stunning. A gem on the rails. The scenery and weather were perfect. The delays were not an issue for us at all. All just a good days work on the railroad! Thank you for all the…

S. S.

I got my new Santa Fe business cars, they are superb and worth the wait ten times over.

J D

Thanks, Lowell, for another awesome addition to an already incredible train.

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