Lionel 22289

18 ALUMINUM PASSENGER CAR 2PK. Due Date Sept

 

After World War II, Ringling Bros.r added hospital cars built for the US Army; the Indiana joined the circus train as a sleeping car in 1947. As commercial passenger travel declined over the next 25 years, Ringling Bros.r purchased additional modern passenger cars from the railroads. The 63006 Large Animal and 60012 Pie Car - the circus staff's diner - were acquired from the Union Pacific. FEATURES:
  • Interior StreamLighting
  • Vestibules with Opening Doors
  • Extruded Aluminum Body
  • Metal Grab Rails
  • Metal Chassis w/Underside Details
  • 4-Wheel Die Cast Trucks w/Separate Springs
  • Operating Die Cast Couplers
  • Diaphragms Included
  • Removable Steps for 0-31 Operation INCLUDES:
  • #60012 Pie Car
  • Indiana Sleeping Car
  • Gauge: Standard O
  • Minimum Curve: O-31 / O-42 w/ Steps
  • Dimensions: 18" Length
  • 10.08.01.392
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