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The Olympian Hiawatha ran through scenic Idaho, Montana's Bitterroot Mountains and Washington's Cascade range. This was advertised as being a speedliner. The railroad contracted industrial designer Brooks Stevens to design the train consist, which included some unique and signature cars of the Milwaukee Road. In 1952, the first full-length "Super Dome" cars were added, which included 68 dome seats and 28 lounge seats. The dome area featured seats positioned lengthwise, facing the 625 square foot double-pane windows - ideal for sightseeing yet insulated for harsh weather. The Olympian Hiawatha was a favorite of many travelers during the post-war travel boom and continued to operate into 1961.

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Union Pacific Excursion Train 7-Car Set
Union Pacific (Armour Yellow, gray red)

Set includes seven cars: Power Car #207, Budd 10-6 Sleeper Willie James, US Flag baggage car, Dome-Coach #7001 Columbine, 44-Seat Coach #5473 Portland Rose, Dome-Diner City of Portland and Business Car Observation Kenefick. Cars feature metal wheels with electrical pickups and knuckle couplers. Can be lighted with Kato interior lighting kit #381-11211/11212.

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20th Century Limited 9-Car Base Set
New York Central (Late 1940s 2-Tone Gray)

The Kato New York Central 20th Century Limited Nine-Car Passenger Set brings "the most famous train in the world" to your N Scale railroad. This train was typically hauled behind EMD E7 diesel locomotives dressed in the classy NYC Lightning Stripe scheme. The all-sleeper 20th Century Limited carried luxury travelers between New York and Chicago for over 60 years. This Kato N Scale rendition of the famous train is based on the train as it appeared from 1948 to 1954. 

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Canadian National (1960s; black, white, red; CN Noodle Logo)
Walthers Part # 381-106102
N scale, Retail: $250.00

The Kato CN Transcontinental 7-Car Passenger Set brings a great-looking passenger car set to your N Scale railroad. This train was typically hauled behind EMD F7 diesel locomotives wearing CN Sargent Stripes. In the waning years of U.S. railroad-operated passenger trains, forward-thinking Canadian National saw opportunities to purchase the best and most popular streamlined cars as U.S. lines put them up for sale.

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C&NW EMD E8A and Pullman Bi-Level "400" Train 6-Unit Set

Pullman Bi-Level Passenger Cars started their operation on the Flambeau 400 and the Peninsula 400 trains in 1958. At the time, these two 400 trains were the only ones using these then-new Bi-Level cars. In addition to the Bi-level coaches, these two 400 trains also included a special Bi-Level Parlor Car and a Coach-Buffet Car to distinguish the service level from regular Chicago & North Western commuter trains and meet the rider’s needs on the longer distance trips.

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During its beginnings, Amtrak inherited its passenger cars from other railroads. Old, steam heated and in dire need of upgrades, Amtrak set out to replace these cars in 1973 with the purchase of the first Amfleet cars from Budd. This initial batch of 492 cars were the Amfleet I - with a door and vestibule on either end (unlike their single-doored successor), these cars fell into a few different varieties but essentially broke down into coach and dinette variants. Despite the introduction of their newer cousins, Amfleet I's are still in use by Amtrak, primarily for shorter distance routes.

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Beginning in 1993, Phase IV was introduced as a striking departure from the traditional red, white, and blue style seen previously. Brought into service with the delivery of the newer Superliner II cars, Phase IV has two thin red stripes and a thick dark blue stripe. In 1997, Amtrak extended the scheme to locomotives, initially GE P42DC diesel locomotives on Northeast Corridor services.

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Intercity Express 3-Car Set
Amtrak (Phase IVb; silver, blue, red Pinstripes; 2000s Logo)

Modeling the shorter distance (and northeast corridor) Intercity passenger cars - the Amfleet II and Viewliner sleeper, respectively - these cars are decorated in Amtrak's most current paint scheme: the Phase VI (also known as "IVb"), which marries modern aesthetic simplicity with the traditional Amtrak red, white, and blue stripes.

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20th Century Limited 4-Add-On 10-6 and 12BR Sleeper Set
New York Central (Late 1940s 2-Tone Gray)

The Kato New York Central 20th Century Limited Four-Car Passenger Add-On Set completes the consist of "the most famous train in the world" on your N Scale railroad. This streamlined four-car set includes two additional 12-Bedroom Sleepers and two 10-6 Sleepers complementing the nine-car base consist. The all-sleeper 20th Century Limited carried luxury travelers between New York and Chicago for over 60 years. This Kato N Scale rendition of the famous train is based on the train as it appeared from 1948 to 1954.

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Amfleet I Coach 2-Pack
Amtrak #82039, 82755 (Set A: Phase VI; Wide blue Stripe, Travelscape Logo)

During its beginnings, Amtrak inherited its passenger cars from other railroads. Old, steam heated and in dire need of upgrades, Amtrak set out to replace these cars in 1973 with the purchase of the first Amfleet cars from Budd. This initial batch of 492 cars were the Amfleet I - with a door and vestibule on either end (unlike their single-doored successor), these cars fell into a few different varieties but essentially broke down into coach and dinette variants. Despite the introduction of their newer cousins, Amfleet I's are still in use by Amtrak, primarily for shorter distance routes. 

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Amfleet I 4-Car Set in Bookcase Storage Case
Amtrak #21116, 21214, 21253, Cafe 20030 (Phase I; Wide red, blue Stripes)

During its beginnings, Amtrak inherited its passenger cars from other railroads. Old, steam heated and in dire need of upgrades, Amtrak set out to replace these cars in 1973 with the purchase of the first Amfleet cars from Budd. This initial batch of 492 cars were the Amfleet I - with a door and vestibule on either end (unlike their single-doored successor), these cars fell into a few different varieties but essentially broke down into coach and dinette variants. Despite the introduction of their newer cousins, Amfleet I's are still in use by Amtrak, primarily for shorter distance routes.

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Amfleet I Coach 2-Pack
Amtrak Set A #21226, 21234 (Phase I, Wide red, blue Stripes))

During its beginnings, Amtrak inherited its passenger cars from other railroads. Old, steam heated and in dire need of upgrades, Amtrak set out to replace these cars in 1973 with the purchase of the first Amfleet cars from Budd. This initial batch of 492 cars were the Amfleet I - with a door and vestibule on either end (unlike their single-doored successor), these cars fell into a few different varieties but essentially broke down into coach and dinette variants. These cars with their Phase I colors are ideal for pairing up with your new Phase I or Phase II SDP40F or with Kato’s still-available Amtrak GG1 (available in two road numbers!). 

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Amfleet I Coach & Cafe Set
Amtrak Set B, Coach #21232, Cafe #20041 (Phase I, Wide red, blue Stripes))

During its beginnings, Amtrak inherited its passenger cars from other railroads. Old, steam heated and in dire need of upgrades, Amtrak set out to replace these cars in 1973 with the purchase of the first Amfleet cars from Budd. This initial batch of 492 cars were the Amfleet I - with a door and vestibule on either end (unlike their single-doored successor), these cars fell into a few different varieties but essentially broke down into coach and dinette variants. These cars with their Phase I colors are ideal for pairing up with your new Phase I or Phase II SDP40F or with Kato’s still-available Amtrak GG1 (available in two road numbers!). 

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Streamlined Amfleet II Coach
Amtrak #25024 (Phase VI))

Amfleet II: Introduced in 1981, the Amfleet II (sometimes affectionately called “Amtube” by enthusiasts due to its distinct, rounded form) was introduced right in the middle of the EMD F40PH’s life cycle in Amtrak service. Boasting larger windows and more comfortable seating conditions, the Amfleet II was designed for longer distance travel than its predecessor, the Amfleet I, while still retaining the versatility that its single-level height could provide over its taller, double-decker Superliner brethren. 

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Superliner II Transition Sleeper
Amtrak #39041 (Phase IVb))

The Superliner II fleet was introduced in 1990 as Amtrak's next generation of its now ubiquitous Superliners. Visually very similar to their older cousins, the Superliner II's have a host of mechanical and electrical improvements to their design as well as construction. One of the new styles of car introduced with this new generation of cars was the "Transition Sleeper", or "Transition Dormitory" car. Intended to replace the aging High-Level Step Down cars, the Transition Sleeper fulfills a similar role by having high and low level diaphragms on either end of the car as well as having on-board crew accommodations. 

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Nippon-Sharyo Gallery Bi-Level Commuter Cab Coach
Metra Chicago 8593 (silver, blue)

Features directional lighting for push-pull operation, with alternate illuminating headlight and taillights with on/off switch for mid-train operation. Also has smooth rolling blackened metal wheels with all-wheel electrical pickup.

The modern Nippon Sharyo-built Gallery Bi-Level is based off of the same concept as the original Santa Fe “El Capitan” Bi-level design concept, whose success went on to inspire such double decker cars as Amtrak’s Superliners and the Bombardier Bi-Level car which is also used in commuter service. Today, gallery Bi-Level cars such as those used by the Chicago Metra commuter service can be seen operating in several states across the United States, such as Virginia and California.

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Pullman Gallery Bi-Level 4-Window Commuter Coach
Metra Chicago #7836 (silver, blue, red)

The Bi-Level "Gallery" commuter car continues to be a favorite design of many commuter rail agencies throughout the United States and Canada, and is still in use today on the Chicago Metra in many of their commuter operations, seen running alongside the more modern Nippon Sharyo cars. The design made its debut on the Chicago & North Western railroad for their Chicago area commuter service in the 1950s. 

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Pullman Gallery Bi-Level 4-Window Commuter Coach
Metra Chicago #7848 (silver, blue, red)

The Bi-Level "Gallery" commuter car continues to be a favorite design of many commuter rail agencies throughout the United States and Canada, and is still in use today on the Chicago Metra in many of their commuter operations, seen running alongside the more modern Nippon Sharyo cars. The design made its debut on the Chicago & North Western railroad for their Chicago area commuter service in the 1950s. 

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National Steel Express-Baggage Car CN "Wet Noodle" End Doors | Rapido

Article No. 506541, 506542 Freight Cars - N scale
MSRP $54.95 CAD

Our N scale baggage car is the first model of the common National Steel Car baggage-express car built throughout the 1950s. Our all-new model comes with either Outside Swinghanger, Inside Swinghanger or 6-Wheel Cast trucks. It also comes with optional end (horse) doors. Our recent N scale Osgood Bradley 10-window coach was extremely well received, and it shows that our new factory really knows how to make an amazing N scale passenger car!