Budd Passenger Cars
Budd company's new passenger cars used a special type of shot-weld construction for all stainless steel cars which Budd patented. These cars were more cosmetically appealing than Pullman Standard cars and would prove more durable than those of conventional steel alloy. Pennsy's Budd cars delivered in the late 1930's were used extensively on the "Senator" and "Congressional" trains known as the "Congo" scheme. The Pennsy and B&O also used Budd cars in connector routes with other roads south and west to cosmetically match other railroads passenger car trains.
Real chrome in our three-step chroming process (copper, nickel, chrome). Three number variations are available in single boxed coaches. These cars are just over 1 pound each, so you may need more than one diesel power unit to pull 5 or more cars.
Extra coaches are available in three different number variations.
Empire State Express now available with J3a Hudson locomotive!
Outstanding new features include:
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Railway Post Office
Dining & Observation Interiors
Fully Functional Truck
NEW Are you interested in window blinds for your Budd Passenger Cars? Check out East West Rail Service.
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