New Paint Schemes!

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In the 1950s Pullman-Standard began offering new standard designs for their coal hoppers. One of these was the 70-ton three bay coal hopper with a rated volume of 2,750 cubic feet. The carbody had sixteen side posts and was available with and without heap shields. Later an 80-ton version was offered using the same length frame but having a taller body with a rated volume of 2,960 cubic feet.  The cars were built from 1954-1960 (2750 cf) and 1964-1971 (2960 cf).

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Standard MSRP:
$22.95
Undecorated MSRP: $18.95
Shipping Date:
2nd Quarter 2017

Features:

  • Fifteen Panels
  • Sixteen Side Posts
  • Die-cast hopper and center sill construction
  • Late 20th century prototype (New cars were built from 1954-1971)
  • Optional heap shields
  • Friction- or roller-bearing trucks
  • Pullman-Standard Design
  • Over 16,000 cars built
AccuMate® couplers are made under license from AccuRail, Inc.
Item# Road Name Road Number
N PS-2750 Triple Hopper - New Paint Schemes!
50 001 657 Undecorated -
50 003 051 Boston & Maine (small logo/no plate)  10003
50 003 052 Boston & Maine (small logo/no plate)  10052
50 003 053 Boston & Maine (small logo/no plate)  10076
50 003 054 Boston & Maine (small logo/no plate)  10102
50 003 055 Burlington Northern 513315
50 003 056 Burlington Northern 513339
50 003 057 Burlington Northern 513355
50 003 058 Burlington Northern 513391
50 003 059 Rock Island 9000
50 003 060 Rock Island 9073
50 003 061 Rock Island 9339
50 003 062 Rock Island 9377
N PS-2960 Triple Hopper - Paint Schemes!
50 001 658 Undecorated -
50 003 063 Utah Railway 3006
50 003 064 Utah Railway 3055
50 003 065 Utah Railway 3081
50 003 066 Utah Railway 3199
 

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