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USA Standard Gauge  

Various USA  Standard gauge  railcars, coaches and other passenger rated vehicles

 

Description Model Scales
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North Shore Electroliner



The Electroliners were built by the St. Louis Car Company in 1941. They were operated by the Chicago North Shore and Milwaukee Railroad from 1941 to 1963, followed by the Philadelphia Suburban Transportation Company from 1964 to 1978. Both trainsets have been preserved in railway museums, one on original North Shore condition , one in modified condition. 

Requires chassis and finishing

Pennsylvania Liberty Liner

The Electroliners were built by the St. Louis Car Company in 1941. They were operated by the Chicago North Shore and Milwaukee Railroad from 1941 to 1963, followed by the Philadelphia Suburban Transportation Company from 1964 to 1978. Both trainsets have been preserved in railway museums, one on original North Shore condition , one in modified condition. 

Requires chassis and finishing
Basic Bogies for Electroliner  
Chicago North Shore and Milwaulkee Railroad Steel Interurban

700 series(1928 original)

Introduced in 1928. Used on North Shore lines into Chicago loop and elevated lines. 
In later years some upgraded to Silverliners, to match colour of Electroliners. . 

Requires chassis and finishing
Chicago North Shore and Milwaulkee Railroad Steel Interurban

700 series(Silverline upgrade)

Introduced in 1928. Used on North Shore lines into Chicago loop and elevated lines. 
In later years some upgraded to Silverliners, to match colour of Electroliners. . 

Requires chassis and finishing
Chicago North Shore and Milwaulkee Railroad Steel Interurban

combine nos 250-256(original)



Introduced in 1917. Used on North Shore lines into Chicago loop and elevated lines. 
In later years some upgraded to Silverliners, to match colour of Electroliners. 
No 251 was the only combine car used in the Silverliner service, and is now preserved . 

Requires chassis and finishing

 

Chicago North Shore and Milwaulkee Railroad Steel Interurban

combine no 251 (Silverliner upgrade)



Introduced in 1917. Used on North Shore lines into Chicago loop and elevated lines. 
In later years some upgraded to Silverliners, to match colour of Electroliners. 
No 251 was the only combine car used in the Silverliner service, and is now preserved . 

Requires chassis and finishing

Chicago North Shore and Milwaulkee Railroad Steel Interurban

700-735(original)

Introduced from 1923. Used on North Shore lines into Chicago loop and elevated lines. 

Requires chassis and finishing
Chicago North Shore and Milwaulkee Railroad Steel Interurban

ex diner no 409 (Silverliner upgrade)

Introduced in 1923. Used on North Shore lines into Chicago loop and elevated lines. 
In later years some upgraded to Silverliners, to match colour of Electroliners. 

No 409 started out as a diner car and was converted into a passenger coach, and finally upgraded into a Silverline coach.

Requires chassis and finishing

Chicago North Shore and Milwaulkee Railroad Steel Interurban

diner car no 415/6/7 (original)

Introduced in 1926. Used on North Shore lines into Chicago loop and elevated lines.

In later years some upgraded to Silverliners, to match colour of Electroliners.

No 415 started out as a diner car and was converted into a tavern/saloon car then upgraded to a Silverliner coach, being used in set to replace Electroliner when out of service.

 Requires chassis and finishing

 

Chicago North Shore and Milwaulkee Railroad Steel Interurban

tavern/saloon no 415 (Silverliner upgrade)

Introduced in 1926. Used on North Shore lines into Chicago loop and elevated lines.

In later years some upgraded to Silverliners, to match colour of Electroliners.

No 415 started out as a diner car and was converted into a tavern/saloon car then upgraded to a Silverliner coach, being used in set to replace Electroliner when out of service.

 Requires chassis and finishing

 

New York IRT subway motor/trailer car



Design dates from 1909, and with small changes to body design , production by various companies continued until 1925. 
They were the backbone for the IRT system , and last ones were not withdrawn until the early 1960s.


Requires chassis and finishing

Pictures are just for reference, not of specific scaled model. 

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