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Amtrak Phase IVb Superliner Set (Superliner)

When funding became available for Amtrak to acquire new cars, plans were made to acquire bi-level cars based on the 1956 Budd-built El Capitan Hi-Levels operated by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway (which were purchased by Amtrak upon formation in 1971). The initial order of 235 Superliner I cars was placed with Chicago coachbuilder Pullman Standard on April 2, 1975, and later increased to 284 cars, totaling $241 million. The first car was delivered in October 1978, and they debuted on the Chicago - Milwaukee service on February 26, 1979. The coaches were the first cars delivered, so it was not until October 28, 1979, that the first Superliner-equipped long-haul train, the westbound Empire Builder, ran from Chicago to Seattle. The last car of the order, a sleeper delivered in July 1981, was also the last car ever built by Pullman, and was named in honor of the company's founder, George Mortimer Pullman.
Description from Wikipedia.org

Pack Includes

  • Coach
  • Coach Baggage
  • Dining Car
  • Diner Lite
  • Sightseer Lounge
  • Sleeper
  • Transition Sleeper

$0.00
Metra BBL Pack (BBL)

A fictional Metra Bombardier BiLevel pack, painted to match Metra's MP36PH-3S locomotives.

Pack Includes:

  • Bombardier BiLevel Coach
  • Bombardier BiLevel Cab
Fictional Metra BBL Pack
$0.00
SunRail BBL Pack (BBL)

The Florida SunRail Bombardier Bilevel pack.

Pack Includes:

  • Bombardier BiLevel Coach
  • Bombardier BiLevel Cab
The Florida SunRail Bombardier Bilevel pack.
$0.00
Tri-Rail BBL Pack (BBL)

A pack of Tri-Rail Transit Cars. Does not include an engine.

Pack Includes:

  • Bombardier BiLevel Coach
  • Bombardier BiLevel Cab
A pack of Tri-Rail Transit Cars.
$0.00
Go Transit CanCar BiLevels (BBL)

A pack of GO Transit Cars. Does not include an engine.

Pack Includes:

  • Can Car BiLevel Coach
  • Can Car BiLevel Cab
A pack of GO Transit Bi-Level Cars.
$0.00
Rail Runner Bombardier BiLevels (BBL)

 pack of Rail Runner Cars. Does not include an engine.

Pack Includes:

  • Bombardier BiLevel Coach
  • Bombardier BiLevel Cab
A pack of Rail Runner Cars.
$0.00
Amtrak Surfliner Bombardier Bilevels (fictional) (BBL)
Reskins of Yukonzoom's excellent bilevel cars into a fictional Surfliner paint scheme by PerRock. Includes the specially build Cafe car & Coach Baggage (Cab) car.
Out of Stock
$0.00
Amtrak Horizons in Phase IVb (Horizon)

The Horizon is a single-level model of rail car used by Amtrak, primarily on short-haul corridor routes in the Midwestern United States. Bombardier Transportation built 104 of the cars in 1988–1989 based on the Comet II commuter coach design.

Bombardier Transportation manufactured 104 Horizon-type cars for Amtrak: 86 coaches and 18 food service cars, in Cafe/Club (half table seating, half business class seating) and Dinette (all table seating) configurations. The first Horizon cars entered service in April, 1989.
Description Wikipedia

Out of Stock
$0.00
Amtrak Cascades Bombardier Bilevels (fictional) (BBL)
Reskins of Yukonzoom's excellent bilevel cars into a fictional Cascades paint scheme by PerRock. Includes the specially build Cafe car & Coach Baggage (Cab) car.
Out of Stock
$0.00
Amtrak Phase III Superliner Set (Superliner)

When funding became available for Amtrak to acquire new cars, plans were made to acquire bi-level cars based on the 1956 Budd-built El Capitan Hi-Levels operated by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway (which were purchased by Amtrak upon formation in 1971). The initial order of 235 Superliner I cars was placed with Chicago coachbuilder Pullman Standard on April 2, 1975, and later increased to 284 cars, totaling $241 million. The first car was delivered in October 1978, and they debuted on the Chicago - Milwaukee service on February 26, 1979. The coaches were the first cars delivered, so it was not until October 28, 1979, that the first Superliner-equipped long-haul train, the westbound Empire Builder, ran from Chicago to Seattle. The last car of the order, a sleeper delivered in July 1981, was also the last car ever built by Pullman, and was named in honor of the company's founder, George Mortimer Pullman.
Description from Wikipedia.org

Pack Includes

  • Coach
  • Coach Baggage
  • Dining Car
  • Sightseer Lounge
  • Sleeper
  • Transition Sleeper
Out of Stock
$0.00
Amtrak Phase II Superliner Set (Superliner)

When funding became available for Amtrak to acquire new cars, plans were made to acquire bi-level cars based on the 1956 Budd-built El Capitan Hi-Levels operated by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway (which were purchased by Amtrak upon formation in 1971). The initial order of 235 Superliner I cars was placed with Chicago coachbuilder Pullman Standard on April 2, 1975, and later increased to 284 cars, totaling $241 million. The first car was delivered in October 1978, and they debuted on the Chicago - Milwaukee service on February 26, 1979. The coaches were the first cars delivered, so it was not until October 28, 1979, that the first Superliner-equipped long-haul train, the westbound Empire Builder, ran from Chicago to Seattle. The last car of the order, a sleeper delivered in July 1981, was also the last car ever built by Pullman, and was named in honor of the company's founder, George Mortimer Pullman.
Description from Wikipedia.org

Pack Includes

  • Coach
  • Coach Baggage
  • Dining Car
  • Sightseer Lounge
  • Sleeper
  • Transition Sleeper
Out of Stock
$0.00
Amtrak Phase IV Superliner Set (Superliner)

When funding became available for Amtrak to acquire new cars, plans were made to acquire bi-level cars based on the 1956 Budd-built El Capitan Hi-Levels operated by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway (which were purchased by Amtrak upon formation in 1971). The initial order of 235 Superliner I cars was placed with Chicago coachbuilder Pullman Standard on April 2, 1975, and later increased to 284 cars, totaling $241 million. The first car was delivered in October 1978, and they debuted on the Chicago - Milwaukee service on February 26, 1979. The coaches were the first cars delivered, so it was not until October 28, 1979, that the first Superliner-equipped long-haul train, the westbound Empire Builder, ran from Chicago to Seattle. The last car of the order, a sleeper delivered in July 1981, was also the last car ever built by Pullman, and was named in honor of the company's founder, George Mortimer Pullman.
Description from Wikipedia.org

Pack Includes

  • Coach
  • Coach Baggage
  • Dining Car
  • Sightseer Lounge
  • Sleeper
  • Transition Sleeper

Out of Stock
$0.00
Amtrak Heritage Dining Cars (Heritage)
Heritage series diners for Beta testing! They are not perfect, but its something to fill in a BIG hole in Amtrak Equipment. Models by Klinger/Tails, Textures by PerRock
Out of Stock
$0.00
Norfolk Southern Topgon hoppers (Topgon)
A pack of two NS coal hoppers, reskined from Joram24's model on RRmods.
Out of Stock
$0.00
ATSF El Capitan Hi-Levels (Hi-Level)

The Hi-Levels are a fleet of bilevel intercity railroad passenger cars built by the Budd Company for the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway in the 1950s and 1960s. The first two coaches entered service on the El Capitan in 1954 and were an immediate success. Budd built sufficient coaches, dining cars, and lounge cars to fully reequip the El Capitan, with additional coaches seeing use on the San Francisco Chief. Despite plans no Hi-Level sleeping cars were ever produced. Amtrak inherited much of the Santa Fe's Hi-Level fleet in 1971 and continued to use the equipment on its western routes. In 1979 the first Superliners, based on the Hi-Level concept though built by Pullman-Standard, began entering service. As of 2013 Amtrak continues to operate five Hi-Level lounges, which it calls the "Pacific Parlour Cars", on the Coast Starlight.
Description from Wikipedia.org

Pack Includes

  • Coach
  • Coach Baggage
  • Dining Car
  • Sightseer Lounge
  • Sleeper
  • Transition Sleeper
$0.00
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