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Old Canadian Railway Rolling Stock

Pictures of Canadian Steam Engines, Train Stations, Cabooses, Train Bridges and Grain Elevators, Cabooses, Train Bridges and Grain Elevators and Railway maintenance Equipment, Old Canadian Railway Rolling Stock

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This looks to be an interesting car. I am wondering if the Pennsy actually rostered any of them. The catalog states it as an "alternate historical paint scheme",whatever that is. Norm

The next step is to apply paint patches to the side. These are often done during shopping or during a reweigh. You may not see these on all cars but it is an important detail.

Lee Turner uses many different techniques to weather customer’s equipment. One method that he uses often to age the paint and lettering involves the use of filters. A filter is a highly th…

Boxcars (Rail Cars): Dimensions, Sizes, Capacity

Boxcars have been an important piece of equipment for the railroad industry since the early days of the 19th century. Today, they are used for more specialized tasks than in years past.

As Bob Hayden puts it, you can spend as much time and energy as you want trying to wear down and finetune the components on your model railroad, but more often than not, it’s paint that’s going to give you that aged and worn out appearance you’re after. Experienced modelers like to utilize different kinds of paint to weather almost everything on their layouts, from rolling stock and locomotives to bridges and buildings. Continue watching to learn more!

As Bob Hayden puts it, you can spend as much time and energy as you want trying to wear down and finetune the components on your model railroad, but more often than not, it’s paint that’s going to give you that aged and worn out appearance you’re after. Experienced modelers like to utilize different kinds of paint to weather almost everything on their layouts, from rolling stock and locomotives to bridges and buildings. Continue watching to learn more!

MODELING: Running Boards (Roof Walks) | Gene's P48 Blog

For much of the steam and diesel era, running boards have been a fixture on “house” cars such as boxcars, reefers and stock cars. Modeling wood running boards is a fairly straight for…

Milwaukee Road PS2 Covered Hopper | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Located on the grounds of the former Pullman-Standard Butler Plant, the Butler Transit Authority's new headquarters features an outdoor display of a PS2 covered hopper built on the site in June 1974. Returned to it's original MILW colors by Kasgro Rail of New Castle, PA the freight car will be dedicated during an open house of the new facility later this spring.

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An early wooden Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range boxcar, #W3172, is parked at the small roundhouse in Ely, Minnesota during August of 1966.

Boxcars have been an important piece of equipment for the railroad industry since the early days of the 19th century. Today, they are used for more specialized tasks than in years past.