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Pulpwood is not a specific type of wood, but actually tree limbs that are cut to a specified length, then turned into wood pulp and used in the paper industry. Early paper making had the trees near the paper plant. As timber resources were diminished, the need for transporting pulpwood began to rise. Railroads were seen as an efficient method of transporting pulpwood. Pulpwood in the Southeast and Northeast is generally cut into four-foot or less lengths and loaded onto "V-deck" bulkhead flat cars. The Atlas pulpwood flat is a reproduction of an early 1950s General Steel Castings "V-deck" design.

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Standard MSRP:
$19.95
Undecorated MSRP: $15.95
Estimated Delivery:
2nd Quarter 2014

Features:

  • Ready-to run
  • Rugged die-cast chassis
  • Stirrups
  • Plastic deck + bulkheads
  • Separate air reservoir
  • Brake cylinder
  • Triple valve
  • Open or closed bulkheads to match the prototype
  • Simulated detailed pulpwood load
AccuMate® couplers are made under license from AccuRail, Inc.
Item# Road Name Road Number
N Pulpwood Flat Car
50 001 425 Undecorated - Open Ends -
50 001 426 Undecorated - Closed Ends -
50 001 427 Delaware & Hudson (Red/Yellow) 8008
50 001 428     Delaware & Hudson (Red/Yellow) 8032
50 001 429 Seaboard Coast Line* (Black/Yellow) 670200
50 001 430 Seaboard Coast Line* (Black/Yellow) 670221
50 001 431 Louisville & Nashville* (Brown/White) 20504
50 001 432 Louisville & Nashville* (Brown/White) 20521
50 001 433 Frisco (Yellow/Black) 4301
50 001 434 Frisco (Yellow/Black) 4320
50 001 435 Maine Central (Red/Yellow) 7710
50 001 436 Maine Central (Red/Yellow) 7718
50 001 437 Santa Fe (Brown/White) 92902
50 001 438 Santa Fe (Brown/White) 92940
*CSX Licensed Product

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