Pecos River Brass Heavyweight Passenger Cars


Back in the 90's, PRB released literally dozens of brass heavyweight passenger cars (catalog #'s 1801-1849). These were presumably designed to go along with the trio of brass steam locomotives PRB released around the same time, and are (for the most part) modeled after Santa Fe prototypes. Most of them were built by Kumata (Japan). The rest were built by either Gang San, Hyodong or Maninsan (Korea). I don't have pictures of a lot of them (and probably never will), but these are the ones I do have -

Santa Fe Baggage (1802) -

Santa Fe RPO (1803) -

Santa Fe Combine (1805) -

Santa Fe Partitioned Coach (1806) -

Santa Fe Chair Smoker (1807) -

Santa Fe Chair w/ AC (1808) -

Santa Fe Chair Diner w/ AC (1809) -

Santa Fe Business Car (1811) -

Santa Fe Diner (1816) -

Santa Fe Baggage (1820-29) -

Santa Fe Baggage (1824) -

Santa Fe Baggage/RPO (1826) -

Santa Fe Cafe Observation (1831) -

Santa Fe Parlor Observation (1832) -

Pullman 14-Bedroom Sleeper (1834) -

Pullman 7-2 Sleeper (1835) -

Pullman 8-5 Sleeper (1837) -

Pullman 6-3 Sleeper (1838) -

Pullman 6-6 Sleeper (1839) -

Pullman 8-1-2 Sleeper (1840) -

Pullman 10-1-1 Sleeper (1841) -

Pullman 10-Lounge Sleeper (1842) -

Pullman 10-1-1 Sleeper (1843) -

Pullman 10-1-2 Sleeper (1843) -

Pullman 10 Section-2 Drawing Room Sleeper (1844) -

Pullman 12-1 Sleeper (1845) -

Pullman 14-Section Sleeper Tourist Car (1846) -

Pullman 16-Section Sleeper Tourist Car (1847) -

Pullman 10-Lounge Observation (1848) -

Pullman 3-2 Observation (1849) -



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