Otter Valley Railroad Model Trains - Tillsonburg, Ontario Canada :: HO Scale :: Freight Cars :: Atlas Model Railroad 20005322 HO Master Line 64ft Trinity Reefer Tropicana (Safety Stripes No.1) No.3151

Atlas Model Railroad 20005322 HO Master Line 64ft Trinity Reefer Tropicana (Safety Stripes No.1) No.3151

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Atlas Model Railroad 20005322 HO Master Line 64ft Trinity Reefer Tropicana (Safety Stripes No.1) No.3151
HO 64ft Trinity Reefer Tropicana

MASTER MODEL FEATURES:

•Carrier Reefer Unit as

appropriate per the prototype

• Ready-to-run

• Fine-scale detail

• Accurately painted/printed

• Prototypical ride height

• BLMA 100-Ton trucks

• BLMA 36in metal wheels

• Kadee couplers

PROTOTYPE INFORMATION:

The refrigerated box car has long been a staple of railroading, delivering a wide variety of perishable goods from coast to coast. TrinityRails 64ft reefer is a modern take on the reefers of yesterday. Built by TrinityRail starting in late 2003, the ultra-modern 64ft Refrigerated Box Car was designed to replace aging reefer cars. Large enough to fit the equivalent of four 53ft trailer contents, these excess height, plate F cars have given new life to the once flourishing rail transport of refrigerated produce and other perishable goods. These cars feature modern refrigeration to transport produce, orange juice, frozen contents and more across the country while keeping the temperature constant. These cars have distinctive end platforms with an A/C unit and a fuel tank underneath.
Details
SKU 150-20005322
Quantity in stock 6 item(s) available
Road Name: Tropicana
Price: CA$46.99
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Due in Stock: July 05, 2021
 

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