Union Pacific SD7's were delivered by EMD in June of 1953. They had 1500 hp from the 16 cylinder non-turbocharged engine. It is an Atlas model which runs very smoothly with it's solid chassis and 12 wheel drive with two flywheels.
I really like this custom painted mechanical reefer of unknown model origin. Weathered. Unfortunately, this model sits high on the chassis, and needs to be lowered.
|Insulated reefer, heavily weathered on a basically stock MT car.|
|Red Caboose 53' PFE mechanical reefer, heavily weathered.|
|Red Caboose 53' BN Western Fruit Express mechanical reefer, heavily weathered.|
|This may be a stock model, requiring lowering.|
Canadian Pacific 50' mechanical reefer, weathered, with the roof walk removed on this Micro Trains model.
|53' mechanical reefer from Red Caboose, weathered.|
|Another 53' mechanical reefer of unknown origin.|
|Northern Pacific 50' mechanical refrigeration unit, subtly weathered, with the roof walk removed from this Micro Trains model.|
|Southern Pacific labeled PFE reefer from MT.|
|A couple more PFE reefers with different lettering on each car. With as many of these cars that I have, I had to change some of the lettering to break the monotony of "alike" cars.|
|Micro Trans 50' PFE outside braced mechanical reefer, weathered, and with roof walk removed.|
|Milwaukee Road 50' smooth side mechanical reefer from MT, again with the roof walk removed and weathered.|
|PFE's weathered. May be old Atlas cars?|
|Great Northern Western Fruit Express smooth side mechanical reefer from MT, roof walk removed.|
|Again, not sure of the origin of this car.|
|PFE 50' outside braced mechanical reefer, roof walk removed. MT car.|
|Four more PFE reefers with different lettering on at least three of the cars.|
|Northern Pacific 50' mechanical refrigeration unit, weathered, with the roof walk removed from this Micro Trains model.|
|53' PFE of unknown origin|
Burlington Northern Refrigerator Express. smooth side mechanical reefer from MT, roof walk removed, with subtle weathering.
|Beautiful Centralia Shops caboose.|
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