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Because 1950's freight trains usually consisted mainly of 40' or 50' boxcars, with an occasional tank car or hopper, I decided to show you some of the unique cars in the consist rather than every car in the train.
From Fox Valley Models, a Milwaukee Road long ribbed box car, "Route of the Electrified Olympian" slogan. Nothing done to it yet, just a unique boxcar from the MILW.
Here we see three Micro Train 50' gondolas, each carrying a load of pipes. All three gondolas are heavily weathered and the pipe loads are from Hays Brothers.
Micro Trains 50' flat with load from Chooch Enterprises.
Stock MT 50' boxcar. Mildly weathered
Baltimore and Ohio USRA Steel Boxcar with overlapping flat panel roof, lightly weathered.
Three Texaco 36' tank cars from Micro Trains. Weathered with rust colored accents along the top of the tank car cylinder.