|Dimensions||14 × 3.5 × 1.5 in|
#36908, #36911, #36915, #36918, #36920, #36934
Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe (ATSF) Bx-106 “Delivery 1965” offers one of the most iconic railroad logos so frequently seen on freight cars over the decades: the Santa Fe “circle-cross.” This car has the largest one you will ever see on an HO scale freight car! This group of cars represents Santa Fe’s BX-106 class, their second order of Greenville cars. These cars stand out with the large “Super Shock Control” and “Auto Parts” lettering and all of that beautiful fine ATSF car data. Don’t forget the six really neat small Santa Fe “circle cross” logos on the bottom of the car that act as delinators! This 1965-built Greenville car features accurate Apex style crossover platforms, an Elcon-National hand brake housing and accurate Center-of-Car Cushioning details with truck mounted brake hardware. Check out those 70-Ton Barber S-2A Roller Bearing Trucks, with 33” wheels and accurate “Hyatt” roller bearing caps. We are now offering six ATSF numbers in the railroad’s classy bright red scheme with white stenciling.
Click on images in the grid below for larger photos, including a couple prototype images!