Rapido Trains 124013 Pullman-Standard Lightweight Dining Car, Amtrak #8502

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Pullman-Standard Lightweight Dining Car, Amtrak #8502


The Rapido Trains Pullman-Standard Lightweight Diner is based on cars built by P-S for railroads across the continent. The specific prototype was a 1954 car built for CN, but similar cars were used by many railroads. Car interiors varied with some configured as 40 or 48-seat diners or as 32-seat diner-lounges. The Rapido HO Scale models feature roadname-appropriate interior configurations,

This Pullman-Standard Lightweight Diner features:

  • Full underbody detail including all separate piping
  • Multi-color interior with separate chairs, tables and kitchen details
  • Tables have place settings
  • 48 seats, 40 seats, or diner-lounge interior arrangement
  • Track-powered Easy-Peasy lighting for DCC or DC operated by magnetic wand (included)
  • Capacitor installed for flicker-free lighting over dirty track
  • Factory-installed grab irons, end gates and improved working diaphragms
  • Super-detailed 41-BNO-11 or 41-N-11 trucks with in-line brake shoes
  • Water jugs and marker lights included in the box for ultimate realism
  • Improved Macdonald-Cartier metal magnetic knuckle couplers



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