Texas Special ‘JAMES BOWIE’

Out of stock

$43.00

MSRP $56

Almost Gone!

 

Description

Texas Special Sleeper ‘JAMES BOWIE’

This sleeper car was built by Pullman in 1948 and was part of two consists of  The Texas Special. The Texas Special ran from St. Louis to San Antonio and had connecting cars to New York City and Washington DC.

The consist was as follows in 1948:

One RPO Baggage, three Chair Cars, one Coach Buffet Lounge, one Dining Car, seven Sleepers, one Buffet Lounge Observation Car.  This fourteen car train was jointly operated by the MKT and the Frisco and pulled by two E-7 locomotives. This red and silver train must have been a sight to behold!

All three sleepers may also be ordered in the fleet deal. Pricing here is PRE-ORDER special.

Classic version of this car.

$43.00

Out of stock

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J.R.

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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…

D.K.

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J. Arenas

Wow… You made my dream come true with the CK Holiday! I am a great admirer of your work.

Dan D.

I look forward to continuing to buy trains from my favorite special run train maker. That’s how I think of you now, “The Train Maker”.  And speaking of cool trains, I just received a box loaded with great looking Texas Special cars. Thanks.  I certainly look forward to all the new releases you are planning.

R.L.

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G.P.

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

D.G.

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B.L.

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