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  • toptrain
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    post 49

    A B&O box car, steel, #274389.


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  • toptrain
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    Bruce ; they are not a collection. Just a bunch of my toys

    frank

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  • Dutchman
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    Frank,

    From one Train Miniature fan to another - you have quite a collection there!

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  • toptrain
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    post 46

    Here is another ART reefer. It is also a Beer reefer. Berghoff Beer. ART 700.

    frank


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  • toptrain
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    post 45

    A TM reefer for today is a "Bangor & Arrostock"

    , "State of Main", "Potatoes" in red, white, and blue.# 3246


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  • toptrain
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    Dave it still is a nice car.

    frank

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  • deemery
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    The frame is actually 'scratchbuilt', and needs some more work (at least a brake casting.)

    dave

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  • toptrain
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    Dave ; Your Oli'e is a life like body on a MDC frame. The queen posts truss rods and fox trucks look very Model Die Casting to me.

    Here is my life-like car



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  • deemery
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    I think this is a Train Miniature car. My wife's name is Olimpia (different spelling), so I slightly back-dated an Olympia beer reefer for my 1890s era layout:



    dave

    p.s. That's "natural weathering" on the top of that car, it was on the layout when I was doing some really nasty dirty stuff, and needs to be cleaned and properly weathered.

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  • toptrain
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    post 40

    * The Mathieson Dry Ice car.A reefer.


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  • toptrain
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    post 39

    A third ART reefer Kansas Packing Company.


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  • toptrain
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    Drew ; here is another Art reefer. It is a Mopack N&W.


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  • RDG_dash_LNE
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    Originally posted by toptrain


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    Follow up day one with this.

    * "A little bit of ART".

    * Trainminature's, American Refrigerator Transit Company. # 22783. Leased by the Missouri Pacific




    Actually, MP was half owner of ART. Wabash had the other half.

    Drew

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  • toptrain
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    Originally posted by umtrr-author


    Nice walk down memory lane. My dad has a pretty large number of TM cars. I remember being with him when he purchased them, mostly at long gone hobby shops in Northern New Jersey but sometimes at shows.

    The Ballantine car is a favorite, but it would be considering that beer was brewed in New Jersey.


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    Long time NJ myself.

    frank

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  • umtrr_dash_author
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    Nice walk down memory lane. My dad has a pretty large number of TM cars. I remember being with him when he purchased them, mostly at long gone hobby shops in Northern New Jersey but sometimes at shows.

    The Ballantine car is a favorite, but it would be considering that beer was brewed in New Jersey.

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