WABASH- ‘Blue Horizon’ Sleeper

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$47.00

 

 January 2023

 

Description

‘Blue Horizon‘ – Wabash Sleeper

Built by American Car & Foundry and delivered in 1950, this car and sister car Blue Cloud were assigned the Chicago-San Antonio connection on The Texas Special in 1956.

The Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis, is a great resource for this information and I have relied heavily on their publication on The Texas Special.

RailSmith has tooled some new parts and used existing ‘Pullman’ parts to create this never-before-in-N-Scale sleeper! So we call this a Classic version of the Blue Horizon and another great train story!

Trust us, you will love it!

Two Wabash cars are being produced at this time. Follow this link for the discounted pair!

 

 

 

$47.00

Out of stock

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