Amazing limited production model trains.

RailSmith-‘Tippecanoe Rapids’ Pennsy Sleeper

In stock

$41.00

MSRP $52

This production run is planned for August 2019

Description

Pennsylvania Railroad Sleeper ‘Tippecanoe Rapids’.

Delivered by Pullman in 1948, this sleeper was one of 18 ten-six sleepers owned by the Pennsy.  According to the ‘Pennsylvania Painting and Lettering Guide’, it was decorated in UP’s yellow and gray in 1955 and returned to PRR Tuscan in 1958. This car was one of the four Pullman plan 4140’s that was assigned to transcontinental service.

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..

$41.00

In stock

J D

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

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.

S. Reames

I received my observation/business car today and – like all of my other cars from you – I love it!

Rick S.

Every new release from your Signature Series gets me revved up for the rails.

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.

B. Kutch

Love your 3-rail O Scale Atlas Woodside Reefer series. Looking forward to future issues.

J. Echlin

Many thanks for your superb offerings and beautiful work!

R.L.

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

R.M.

You know I’m always looking forward to the next release and its arrival with great anticipation. I treasure my Lowell Smith Signature collection.

R. M.

Lowell, I just want you to know – you make this hobby fun!

Pin It on Pinterest