List of products by brand ATLAS

$35.96
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45' Corrugated Container 3-Pack (HO) Atlas

NYK - Set #1: 457606, 457105, 457692 ( blue, white)

NYK - Set #2: 458333, 458989, 459292 (blue, white)

ATLAS no. WALTHERS no. Stock Status
20 005 732 / 150- 20005732 Set #1
20 005 733 / 150- 20005733 Set #2

The development of shipping containers reached a turning point in the late 1970s when standardization began to take place. Prior to this time numerous designs and sizes of containers were seen throughout the world. The true intermodal era began in the 1980s with the expanding world economy, Panama Canal ship size restrictions, intermodal railway car (wagon) designs and the setting of ISO standards for international shipping containers.

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45' Corrugated Container 3-Pack (HO) Atlas

P&O Nedlloyd - Set 1: 305326, 305455, 305521 (gray, blue, orange)

P&O Nedlloyd - Set 2: 306002, 306111, 306282 (gray, blue, orange)

ATLAS no. WALTHERS no. Stock Status
20 005 736 / 150- 20005736 Set #1
20 005 737 / 150- 20005737 Set #2 Sold Out

The development of shipping containers reached a turning point in the late 1970s when standardization began to take place. Prior to this time numerous designs and sizes of containers were seen throughout the world. The true intermodal era began in the 1980s with the expanding world economy, Panama Canal ship size restrictions, intermodal railway car (wagon) designs and the setting of ISO standards for international shipping containers.

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Code 100 Nickel-Silver Super Flex Track | Atlas

Article No. 150-168 Track - HO Scale
MSRP $7.50 USD



Atlas HO Scale Code 100 Nickel-Silver Super Flex Track with Black Ties is known worldwide for its versatility and, of course, its flexibility. Super-Flex Track is that unlike many other types of curvable track because it can be formed and re-formed until you arrive at the desired shape.

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3' 91.4cm
Walthers Part # 150-168
HO scale, Retail: $7.50 (USD)

 
Atlas HO Scale Code 100 Nickel-Silver Super Flex Track with Black Ties is known worldwide for its versatility and, of course, its flexibility. Super-Flex Track is that unlike many other types of curvable track because it can be formed and re-formed until you arrive at the desired shape.

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3' 91.4cm
Walthers Part # 150-168
HO scale, Retail: $7.50 (USD)/each

 
Atlas HO Scale Code 100 Nickel-Silver Super Flex Track with Black Ties is known worldwide for its versatility and, of course, its flexibility. Super-Flex Track is that unlike many other types of curvable track because it can be formed and re-formed until you arrive at the desired shape.

$142.00
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Brown Ties HO scale

Walthers Part # 150-500

Retail: $7.25 USD/each

Atlas HO Scale Code 83 Nickel-Silver Super Flex Track with Brown Ties is known worldwide for its versatility and, of course, its flexibility. Super-Flex Track is that unlike many other types of curvable track because it can be formed and re-formed until you arrive at the desired shape. Like all Atlas track, Super-Flex is a high quality track made with injection-molded plastic and premium nickel silver rail. 

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Brown Ties HO scale

Walthers Part # 150-500

Retail: $7.25

Atlas HO Scale Code 83 Nickel-Silver Super Flex Track with Brown Ties is known worldwide for its versatility and, of course, its flexibility. Super-Flex Track is that unlike many other types of curvable track because it can be formed and re-formed until you arrive at the desired shape. Like all Atlas track, Super-Flex is a high quality track made with injection-molded plastic and premium nickel silver rail. 

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Canadian National #2172 (black, red, white, Website Noodle Logo)
Walthers Part # 150- 10002310
HO scale, Retail: $279.95, sold out at Walthers

First built for Union Pacific in the late 1980's by General Electric, the DASH 8-40C diesel locomotives were identified by an enlarged exhaust stack and the mounting of the dynamic brake grids in a square-like unit behind the cab, which housed an enlarged equipment blower fan. 

The 4,000hp Dash 8-40CW was produced by General Electric between 1989 and 1993 as a follow-up to the successful Dash 8-40C locomotive. The most distinguishing feature of this model was the introduction of GE’s version of the wide-nose “North American Safety Cab.” This style of cab would become a common sight on railroads across the country. 

 

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Canadian National #2179 (black, red, white, Website Noodle Logo)
Walthers Part # 150- 10002311
HO scale, Retail: $279.95, sold out at Walthers

First built for Union Pacific in the late 1980's by General Electric, the DASH 8-40C diesel locomotives were identified by an enlarged exhaust stack and the mounting of the dynamic brake grids in a square-like unit behind the cab, which housed an enlarged equipment blower fan. 

 

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Canadian National #2199 (black, red, white, Website Noodle Logo)
Walthers Part # 150-10002312
HO scale, Retail: $279.95, sold out at Walthers

First built for Union Pacific in the late 1980's by General Electric, the DASH 8-40C diesel locomotives were identified by an enlarged exhaust stack and the mounting of the dynamic brake grids in a square-like unit behind the cab, which housed an enlarged equipment blower fan. 

The 4,000hp Dash 8-40CW was produced by General Electric between 1989 and 1993 as a follow-up to the successful Dash 8-40C locomotive. The most distinguishing feature of this model was the introduction of GE’s version of the wide-nose “North American Safety Cab.” This style of cab would become a common sight on railroads across the country.  

 

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Canadian National #9592 (black, red, white; Website Noodle Logo)
Walthers Part # 150-10002707, p. 43 Walthers 2019 HO Scale Reference
HO scale, Retail: $169.95, sold out at Walthers

In 1973 Canadian National (CN) designed the safety cab, also known as the comfort cab, which featured a full-width nose that was intended to improve crew safety in the event of a collision. The first CN locomotives to feature this cab were GMDD GP38-2s and MLW M420s. Our model represents the GF-430d series, of which 34 were built in 1976: CN 9633-9667. 


The terminology “early” and “late” is used when referring to various road names on this run. “Late” CN and former CN units feature ditch lights, snow shields and have their air horn relocated to the top of the long hood.

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Canadian National IC 2465 (black, red, white, Website Logo)
Walthers Part # 150- 10003136
HO scale, Retail: $279.95, sold out at Walthers

First built for Union Pacific in the late 1980's by General Electric, the DASH 8-40C diesel locomotives were identified by an enlarged exhaust stack and the mounting of the dynamic brake grids in a square-like unit behind the cab, which housed an enlarged equipment blower fan. These six-axle, 4,000 hp engines are still in service today in North America.

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Canadian Pacific 4650 (red, white, Non-Standard Lettering)
Walthers Part # 150-10003479
HO scale, Retail: $299.95, sold out at Walthers

The GP40-2 was EMD’s follow-up to the very successful GP40 locomotive model. While many internal upgrades were introduced (such as the use of improved, modular Dash 2 electrical components), there were some external differences between the early production GP40-2 and late-production GP40. This included an engine water-level sight glass on the right side of the body (a feature common to all EMD Dash 2 models), a larger electrical cabinet air filter box, a lengthened battery compartment on the left side, and a slightly modified cab.

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BNSF Railway TTGX #696201 (orange, silver; Wedge Logo)
Walthers Part # 150- 20005657
HO scale, Retail: $99.95, sold out at Walthers

In 2013, Greenbrier Companies introduced their new design of 89’ auto rack, the Multi-Max™. The new design allows for changing configurations from a Bi-Level to a Tri-Level (and back) without adding or removing decks. The racks are fully compatible with existing 89’ auto racks. To this date, most of the racks have been built on Greenbrier Companies’ own specially designed 89’ flat cars. These cars are commonly seen in cuts of other similar autorack cars or a solid unit train of autorack cars. Currently, almost 10,000 cars (with racks) are running on North American rails.

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BNSF Railway TTGX #696240 (orange, silver; Wedge Logo)
Walthers Part # 150- 20005658
HO scale, Retail: $99.95, sold out at Walthers

In 2013, Greenbrier Companies introduced their new design of 89’ auto rack, the Multi-Max™. The new design allows for changing configurations from a Bi-Level to a Tri-Level (and back) without adding or removing decks. The racks are fully compatible with existing 89’ auto racks. To this date, most of the racks have been built on Greenbrier Companies’ own specially designed 89’ flat cars. These cars are commonly seen in cuts of other similar autorack cars or a solid unit train of autorack cars. Currently, almost 10,000 cars (with racks) are running on North American rails.

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BNSF Railway TTGX #696253 (orange, silver; Wedge Logo)
Walthers Part # 150- 20005660
HO scale, Retail: $99.95, sold out at Walthers

In 2013, Greenbrier Companies introduced their new design of 89’ auto rack, the Multi-Max™. The new design allows for changing configurations from a Bi-Level to a Tri-Level (and back) without adding or removing decks. The racks are fully compatible with existing 89’ auto racks. To this date, most of the racks have been built on Greenbrier Companies’ own specially designed 89’ flat cars. These cars are commonly seen in cuts of other similar autorack cars or a solid unit train of autorack cars. Currently, almost 10,000 cars (with racks) are running on North American rails.

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Canadian National GTW TTX #695799 (yellow, silver, white; Red TTX Logo)
Walthers Part # 150- 20005661
HO scale, Retail: $99.95, sold out at Walthers

In 2013, Greenbrier Companies introduced their new design of 89’ auto rack, the Multi-Max™. The new design allows for changing configurations from a Bi-Level to a Tri-Level (and back) without adding or removing decks. The racks are fully compatible with existing 89’ auto racks. To this date, most of the racks have been built on Greenbrier Companies’ own specially designed 89’ flat cars. These cars are commonly seen in cuts of other similar autorack cars or a solid unit train of autorack cars. Currently, almost 10,000 cars (with racks) are running on North American rails.

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Canadian National GTW TTX #695832 (yellow, silver, white; Red TTX Logo)
Walthers Part # 150- 20005662
HO scale, Retail: $99.95, sold out at Walthers

In 2013, Greenbrier Companies introduced their new design of 89’ auto rack, the Multi-Max™. The new design allows for changing configurations from a Bi-Level to a Tri-Level (and back) without adding or removing decks. The racks are fully compatible with existing 89’ auto racks. To this date, most of the racks have been built on Greenbrier Companies’ own specially designed 89’ flat cars. These cars are commonly seen in cuts of other similar autorack cars or a solid unit train of autorack cars. Currently, almost 10,000 cars (with racks) are running on North American rails.

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Canadian National GTW TTX #695858 (yellow, silver, white; Red TTX Logo)
Walthers Part # 150- 20005663
HO scale, Retail: $99.95, sold out at Walthers

In 2013, Greenbrier Companies introduced their new design of 89’ auto rack, the Multi-Max™. The new design allows for changing configurations from a Bi-Level to a Tri-Level (and back) without adding or removing decks. The racks are fully compatible with existing 89’ auto racks. To this date, most of the racks have been built on Greenbrier Companies’ own specially designed 89’ flat cars. These cars are commonly seen in cuts of other similar autorack cars or a solid unit train of autorack cars. Currently, almost 10,000 cars (with racks) are running on North American rails.

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Canadian National GTW TTX #695892 (yellow, silver, white; Red TTX Logo)
Walthers Part # 150- 20005664
HO scale, Retail: $99.95, sold out at Walthers

In 2013, Greenbrier Companies introduced their new design of 89’ auto rack, the Multi-Max™. The new design allows for changing configurations from a Bi-Level to a Tri-Level (and back) without adding or removing decks. The racks are fully compatible with existing 89’ auto racks. To this date, most of the racks have been built on Greenbrier Companies’ own specially designed 89’ flat cars. These cars are commonly seen in cuts of other similar autorack cars or a solid unit train of autorack cars. Currently, almost 10,000 cars (with racks) are running on North American rails.

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Canadian Pacific SOO #519003 (white, silver, red)
Walthers Part # 150-20005665
HO scale, Retail: $99.95

In 2013, Greenbrier Companies introduced their new design of 89’ auto rack, the Multi-Max™. The new design allows for changing configurations from a Bi-Level to a Tri-Level (and back) without adding or removing decks. The racks are fully compatible with existing 89’ auto racks. To this date, most of the racks have been built on Greenbrier Companies’ own specially designed 89’ flat cars. These cars are commonly seen in cuts of other similar autorack cars or a solid unit train of autorack cars. Currently, almost 10,000 cars (with racks) are running on North American rails.

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Canadian Pacific SOO #519027 (white, silver, red)
Walthers Part # 150-20005666,
HO scale, Retail: $99.95

In 2013, Greenbrier Companies introduced their new design of 89’ auto rack, the Multi-Max™. The new design allows for changing configurations from a Bi-Level to a Tri-Level (and back) without adding or removing decks. The racks are fully compatible with existing 89’ auto racks. To this date, most of the racks have been built on Greenbrier Companies’ own specially designed 89’ flat cars. These cars are commonly seen in cuts of other similar autorack cars or a solid unit train of autorack cars. Currently, almost 10,000 cars (with racks) are running on North American rails.

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Canadian Pacific SOO #519081 (white, silver, red)
Walthers Part # 150-20005667,
HO scale, Retail: $99.95

In 2013, Greenbrier Companies introduced their new design of 89’ auto rack, the Multi-Max™. The new design allows for changing configurations from a Bi-Level to a Tri-Level (and back) without adding or removing decks. The racks are fully compatible with existing 89’ auto racks. To this date, most of the racks have been built on Greenbrier Companies’ own specially designed 89’ flat cars. These cars are commonly seen in cuts of other similar autorack cars or a solid unit train of autorack cars. Currently, almost 10,000 cars (with racks) are running on North American rails.

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Canadian Pacific SOO #519090 (white, silver, red)
Walthers Part # 150-20005668
HO scale, Retail: $99.95

In 2013, Greenbrier Companies introduced their new design of 89’ auto rack, the Multi-Max™. The new design allows for changing configurations from a Bi-Level to a Tri-Level (and back) without adding or removing decks. The racks are fully compatible with existing 89’ auto racks. To this date, most of the racks have been built on Greenbrier Companies’ own specially designed 89’ flat cars. These cars are commonly seen in cuts of other similar autorack cars or a solid unit train of autorack cars. Currently, almost 10,000 cars (with racks) are running on North American rails.

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Kansas City Southern TTX #696070 (yellow, silver, red; Red TTX Logo)
Walthers Part # 150- 20005672
HO scale, Retail: $99.95, sold out at Walthers

In 2013, Greenbrier Companies introduced their new design of 89’ auto rack, the Multi-Max™. The new design allows for changing configurations from a Bi-Level to a Tri-Level (and back) without adding or removing decks. The racks are fully compatible with existing 89’ auto racks. To this date, most of the racks have been built on Greenbrier Companies’ own specially designed 89’ flat cars. These cars are commonly seen in cuts of other similar autorack cars or a solid unit train of autorack cars. Currently, almost 10,000 cars (with racks) are running on North American rails.

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EMD SD60
Union Pacific #2174
(Armour Yellow, gray, yellow Frame Stripe)
Atlas Master® Gold

This detailed Atlas Master Gold EMD SD60 diesel locomotive is based on the 3,800-horsepower road units introduced in 1984 as the successor to the SD50. Production of these popular diesels ran through 1995 and many are still in service in 2018.

This EMD SD60 scale replica comes equipped with a dual-mode ESU LokSound Select sound and DCC dual-mode decoder for operation on DCC and DC layouts, and features a Scale Speed(TM) motor with dual flywheels, directional LED lighting, working ditch lights and AccuMate(R) magnetic knuckle couplers.

$183.99
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EMD GP40 Low Nose with Dynamic Brakes
Canadian National 9304
(black, white, red, Seargent Stripes)
Atlas Master® Gold - ESU LokSound and DCC

The GP-40 was produced the Electro Motive Division in the late 1960s and early 1970s, the GP-40 was a 3000 horsepower locomotive best characterized by the three full size radiator fans on the rear of the roof.

$183.99
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EMD GP40 Low Nose with Dynamic Brakes
Canadian National 9308
(black, white, red, Seargent Stripes)
Atlas Master® Gold - ESU LokSound and DCC

The GP-40 was produced the Electro Motive Division in the late 1960s and early 1970s, the GP-40 was a 3000 horsepower locomotive best characterized by the three full size radiator fans on the rear of the roof.

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General American 3500 Dry-Flo 3-Bay Covered Hopper
Northern Pacific
(gray, black)

Item number Road Number Stock Status
50 002 910 # 75625
50 002 912 # 75629

The 3500 Cubic Foot Dry-Flo Covered Hopper was a commodity hauling backbone for over 40 years. In 1959, General American started producing Dry-Flo covered hoppers in response to customer demands for larger hoppers capable of handling bulk commodities. Covered hopper innovations during the 1950s proved valuable to shippers; they wanted covered hoppers that could handle larger quantities of specialized commodities such as oats and malt. 

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General American 3500 Dry-Flo 3-Bay Covered Hopper
Santa Fe
(Boxcar Red, white)

Item number Road Number Stock Status
50 002 914 # 300683

The 3500 Cubic Foot Dry-Flo Covered Hopper was a commodity hauling backbone for over 40 years. In 1959, General American started producing Dry-Flo covered hoppers in response to customer demands for larger hoppers capable of handling bulk commodities. Covered hopper innovations during the 1950s proved valuable to shippers; they wanted covered hoppers that could handle larger quantities of specialized commodities such as oats and malt. 

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70-Ton Hart Ballast Car
Canadian Pacific
(black, Script Lettering) - 3 pack - Master®

Item number Road Number Stock Status
50 003 547

# 360296
# 360902
# 360931

Built by ACF® from 1940-1953, the 70-Ton Hart Ballast Cars were formally known as “Hart Selective Service Ballast Cars”, due to the use of specially-designed doors which allowed the lading to be discharged one of three ways: to the center of the rails, to the center and sides of the rails, or to the side of the rails only. 

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11,000-Gallon Tank Car with Platform
Dow Chemical SHPX
(green, white)
ATLAS Master® N-scale

Item number Road Number Stock Status
50 003 744 # 766 Sold Out
50 003 745 # 775

Propane or Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) is both a naturally occurring product and a by-product of the refining process. During the 1940s, the petroleum industry began marketing LPG as a cleaner and more efficient fuel than the existing coal and oil. Transporting LPG requires specially designed high-pressure tank cars. During the early 40s the only ACF tank car that qualified was the 10,500 gallon high-pressure tank car. After the war, ACF set out to design a whole new car for the emerging industry. As a result the 11,000 gallon tank car was introduced by ACF in 1947.  

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ACF 23,500 Gallon Tank Car
Dow Chemical DOWX (gray)
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Item number Road Number Stock Status
50 004 074 # 40040

This is a model of an ACF® Industries built general-purpose, single-compartment, 23,500 gallon, insulated, coiled, non-pressurized tank car. Our model represents cars built from 1969 and still in service today. A wide variety of products can be transported in this size and type of tank car. This includes asphalt, ethanol, fuel oil, metal sodium, molten phenol, paraffin wax, tallow, urethane polyol, and vegetable oil. 

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Trinity 17,600-Gallon Corn Syrup Tank Car
General American Tankcar GATX
(black, Corn Syrup Service)

Item number Road Number Stock Status
50 004 095 # 73128
50 004 096 # 73139 Sold Out
50 005 097 # 73165 Sold Out
50 004 098 # 73196

The 17,600 Gallon Corn Syrup Tank Car was built in large numbers by Trinity Industries between 1984 and 1998. They are commonly used in the transport of corn syrup, liquid sugar and molasses from processing facilities to bulk distribution centers. Over 7,000 cars were built and most remain in active service today.

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Thrall 2743 Gondola
Burlington Northern & Santa Fe
(black, Reporting Marks Only)

Item number Road Number Stock Status
50 004 255 # 513125
50 005 256 # 513138
50 004 257 # 513183

The Atlas Master Thrall Car 2743 Cubic Foot Gondola is based on cars introduced in 1995. This new 52' 6" interior length design was in response to the newly allowed increase in Gross Rail Loading (GRL) to 286,000 lbs (up from 263,000 lbs). This allowed an increase of the inside height from the previously standard 5'0" to a new standard of 5'6", giving it a 2,743 cubic foot capacity. Thrall produced over 6,700 of these from 1995 to 1999. The design resumed production under Trinityrail in 2005. 

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Trinity 5660 PD Covered Hopper
CEFX
(gray, Yellow Conspicuity Marks)

Item number Road Number Stock Status
50 004 313 # 77045
50 004 314 # 77077
50 004 315 # 77122 Sold Out

The 5660 Pressure Differential (PD) Covered Hopper was introduced in 1999 by Thrall Industries, as the most advanced design in the evolution of Pressure Differential Covered Hopper, a special breed within the covered hopper family. Production still continues today under the TrinityRail brand, following Trinity’s purchase of Thrall, with nearly 4,000 examples already built. 

$32.79
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Trinity 5660 PD Covered Hopper
First Union Rail, FURX
(gray, yellow Conspicuity Marks)

Item number Road Number Stock Status
50 004 319 # 893509
50 004 320 # 893513
50 004 323 # 893528

The 5660 Pressure Differential (PD) Covered Hopper was introduced in 1999 by Thrall Industries, as the most advanced design in the evolution of Pressure Differential Covered Hopper, a special breed within the covered hopper family. Production still continues today under the TrinityRail brand, following Trinity’s purchase of Thrall, with nearly 4,000 examples already built. 

$32.79
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Trinity 5660 PD Covered Hopper
General American GACX
(gray, yellow Conspicuity Marks)

Item number Road Number Stock Status
50 004 326 # 15487
50 004 327 # 15498

The 5660 Pressure Differential (PD) Covered Hopper was introduced in 1999 by Thrall Industries, as the most advanced design in the evolution of Pressure Differential Covered Hopper, a special breed within the covered hopper family. Production still continues today under the TrinityRail brand, following Trinity’s purchase of Thrall, with nearly 4,000 examples already built.