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To call the Silver Streak Zephyr famous before its time would be to do the all-corrugated, slick stainless steel train a disservice. Named after a movie of the same name which featured the CB&Qs distinctive corrugated equipment, the Silver Streak Zephyr and its specially built EMD E5A unit Silver Bullet was a short distance luxury train that operated between Lincoln, Nebraska and Kansas City with stops in Omaha and St. Joseph.

Like the train it pulled, the EMD E5A was a unique piece of equipment – specially built just for the CB&Q so that they could have a locomotive which matched their Budd built corrugated cars, the EMD E5A was wrapped in shining stainless steel and ribbed with corrugated fluting that gave the CB&Qs trains an unmatched streamlined look.

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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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KATO | N-scale (1:160) | passenger cars

Amtrak’s “Rainbow Era”
Like its locomotives, all of Amtrak’s rolling stock was inherited from predecessor railroads such as Penn Central. Since there wasn’t time enough to implement uniform branding on Amtrak’s fleet come May 1st, 1971, most trains were comprised of varied rolling stock from multiple railroads resulting in a colorful, or rainbow-like appearance. By 1972, Amtrak developed its Phase I livery and began repainting its fleet of heritage coaches, however due to the size and service demand of the fleet, this process took several years causing the “rainbow era” to last well into the decade.

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KATO | N-scale (1:160) | passenger train

GE P42, Amfleet, Viewliner Intercity Express Phase VI 4-Car "Starter Series" Set

Set includes Amtrak P42 diesel locomotive with modern Phase Vb paint scheme, two Phase VI Amfleet II coaches and one Phase VI Viewliner sleeper. Track and power pack not included.

1 x GE P42 'Genesis' Amtrak Phase Vb (Modern Paint Version) #150
1 x Amfleet II Coach Amtrak Phase VI #25035
1 x Amfleet II Coach Amtrak Phase VI #25101
1 x Viewliner Sleeper Amtrak Phase VI #62004

PS: NO track or power pack included - TRAIN with locomotive and cars ONLY

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KATO | N-scale (1:160) | train sets (no track)

ACS-64 and Amfleet I Phase VI train set
5-Unit Bookcase Set

Amfleet I: 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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Complete passenger train in a style case, easy to pick up for modelers looking to model Chicago METRA Gallery Bi-Level Commuter Train

1 x MP36PH Locomotive Chicago Metra #427
1 x Gallery Bi-Level Coach Chicago Metra #6070
1 x Gallery Bi-Level Coach Chicago Metra #6153
1 x Gallery Bi-Level Cab-Coach Chicago Metra #8507

PS: NO track or power pack included - TRAIN ONLY