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HO Scale Trailer Train TTX Flatcar

New Run of the HO Scale Walthers 60' Pullman Trailer Train TTX Flatcars!

Walthers has announced another run of their HO Scale 60' Pullman Trailer Train TTX Flatcars in the Mainline Series. We have them available for Pre-Order now: TTX and Trailer Train HO PRE-ORDERS

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The WalthersMainline 60' Pullman-Standard Flatcar is perfect for all kinds of jobs on your 1960s and later HO Scale layout. Based on over 4,000 cars constructed by P-S beginning in the mid-1960s, many are still in service today. Over their careers these cars have hauled everything from logs to intermodal trailers and containers. These cars are available in various configurations and feature superbly detailed decks with the correct board pattern, realistic wood grain and bolt details. The 60' Pullman-Standard General Service Flatcars are heavily weighted and come equipped with 33" turned-metal wheels and Proto MAX(TM) metal knuckle couplers for superior performance loaded or empty.

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  • Based on 4000+ cars built by Pullman-Standard in service from the mid-1960s to today!
  • Backbone of the TTX 60' flatcar fleet - similar cars used by many railroads
  • Used to ship all types of general freight as well as auto and truck frames, canisters, farm equipment, construction machinery, military vehicles, containers, logs, lumber, building materials, 20' and 40' containers, and 45' or 48' trailers 
  • Superbly detailed decks match different prototype configurations
  • Correct board pattern with realistic wood grain and bolt details
  • Brake wheel cutout as appropriate
  • Heavily weighted for excellent performance loaded or empty
  • Detailed brake gear with piping
  • 70-ton roller bearing trucks
  • Correct 33" turned metal wheelsets
  • Proto MAX(TM) metal knuckle couplers

 

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