RailSmith- Rock Island Coach Pair

In stock

$89.00

 

This production run is arriving March 2021

Description

Presenting coaches for the Rock Island!

The Chicago Rock Island & Pacific, or CRIP, ordered four coaches from Pullman-Standard built to Plan 7436, and delivered in late 1940.

All silver, there are two road names in this run, Mistletoe and Waterloo.  This selection ‘Rock Island- Coach Pair’ is for two coaches. We are excited to offer these cars that have never been produced in N Scale before.

These are Classic versions of these cars and our first, for the Chicago Rock Island & Pacific!

 

 

 

$89.00

In stock

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Rick S.

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

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…

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!!!

R. M.

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

Jeff B.

Keep up setting the bar high and providing a product that exceeds expectations.

G.P.

I just received the “The Great Locomotive Chase” set from the Walt Disney Family Museum. Very nicely done!

J.Wallace

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

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.

J D

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

Chuck T.

Just a quick note to acknowledge receipt of my AFT Tool Car. Thanks so much for another Outstanding Piece of Craftsmanship! The AFT is my most prized “N” Scale collection. I had perceived that there were delays in getting this last car into our hands, but thought it was a problem with China. Your letter…