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Walthers 1317-1329 Series Hiawatha Yellow Scheme Milwaukee Road Express Car (932-9291)
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Walthers HO ScaleMilwaukee Road 1955 "Twin Cities Hiawatha" Express Car No.1 with Conductor's Window No.1330-36
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MTH RAILKING - MILWAUKEE ROAD HIAWATHA HUDSON LOCOMOTIVE -NEEDS WHEELS 30-1127-1
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Walthers HO Scale Milwaukee Road 1955 "Twin Cities Hiawatha" Express Car No.2, No.1317-29
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* Matches Equipment used 1955-1971 * Correct Armour Yellow, Harbor Mist Gray & Red inspired by the "UP Streamliner Scheme" * Modernized Ends * Correct Later-Style Diaphragms & Lift Rings * Notched or Straight Side Sills as Appropriate * 8' Nystrom Trucks w/Disc or Clasp Brakes as Appropriate * Die Cast PROTO-Max(TM) Knuckle Couplers * Modeler-Applied Wire Grab Irons By late 1954, Union Pacific was unhappy with how long-time partner Chicago & North Western handled UP passenger trains between Omaha and Chicago. Work to find a new route began, and on September 20, 1955, Milwaukee Road president John P. Kiley announced that they would handle UP's trains, including the flagship City of Los Angeles, starting October 30. UP required cars in the Cities pool wear Armour Yellow and Harbor Mist Gray. Milwaukee planned to paint nearly 40 cars for the five trains, but quickly found the UP scheme less expensive to apply and more durable than its own. Starting in 1956, all non-commuter passenger cars and locos began receiving the new colors, which would remain the standard until Amtrak took over in 1971- www.walthers.com

Milwaukee Road 1955 "Twin Cities Hiawatha" Streamlined Cars Assembled

Express Car #1 w/Conductor's Window #1330-36
HO scale

* 10 Authentic Milwaukee Road Cars

* Upgraded PROTO 2000 E7 Diesels

* Completely New HO Scale Models

* Based on 1955 "Twin Cities Hiawatha"

* Correct 8' Wheelbase Nystrom Trucks (GSC 6-Wheel Trucks on Superdome)

* Car Name & Number Decals

* Superb Detail Inside & Out

* Authentic Laser-Sharp Paint & Lettering

* Diecast PROTO Max(TM) Knuckle Couplers

* Produced Especially for Walthers 75th Anniversary

* First Car Arrives November 2007

From 1935 on, the name Hiawatha symbolized the fastest and best the Milwaukee Road had to offer. As the original Chicago-Minneapolis trains grew in popularity, the road built all-new Hiawatha streamliners to serve Midwestern and Pacific Northwest destinations.

The entire fleet was refitted in 1948 with 153 new lightweight cars and in 1952, the Milwaukee revolutionized its luxury service with full-length Super Dome cars.

Now, these great trains are rolling once again, as Walthers celebrates its 75th Anniversary with a complete series of Hiawatha equipment in HO Scale.

Based on a typical Twin Cities Hiawatha consist of 1955, this amazing new collection features 10 authentic Milwaukee cars, including two different coaches, a parlor, tap-lounge, diner, Railway Post Office, two styles of express cars, and the signature Skytop and Super Dome cars. Available for the first time in plastic with all the standard features of Walthers passenger cars, they're handsomely painted and lettered, and include number and name decals to model a complete consist.

To meet blistering schedules, you can power your Hiawatha just like the Milwaukee, with new PROTO 2000 EMD E7 A-A Diesels.

932-9209HO Express Car Milwaukee Road "1955 Twin Cities Hiawatha" #1317-29Milwaukee Road's Twin Cities HiawathaFrom 1935 on, the name Hiawatha symbolized the fastest and best the Milwaukee Road had to offer. As the original Chicago-Minneapolis trains grew in popularity, the road built all-new Hiawatha streamliners to serve Midwestern and Pacific Northwest destinations. The entire fleet was refitted in 1948 with 153 new lightweight cars and in 1952, the Milwaukee revolutionized its luxury service with full-length Super Dome cars. Now, these great trains are rolling once again, as Walthers celebrates its 75th Anniversary with a complete series of Hiawatha equipment in HO Scale. Based on a typical Twin Cities Hiawatha consist of 1955, this amazing new collection features 10 authentic Milwaukee cars, including two different coaches, a parlor, tap-lounge, diner, Railway Post Office, two styles of express cars, and the signature Skytop and Super Dome cars. Available for the first time in plastic with all the standard features of Walthers passenger cars, they're handsomely painted and lettered, and include number and name decals to model a complete consist. To meet blistering schedules, you can power your Hiawatha just like the Milwaukee, with new PROTO 2000 EMD E7 A-A Diesels. With superb prototype-specific detailing, accurate bulldog nose, 14-1 gearing and much more, they're the ideal choice to lead your new train.Features:* 10 Authentic Milwaukee Road Cars* Based on 1955 "Twin Cities Hiawatha"* Correct 8' Wheelbase Nystrom Trucks (GSC 6-Wheel Trucks on Superdome)* Car Name & Number Decals* Superb Detail Inside & Out* Authentic Laser-Sharp Paint & Lettering* Die Cast PROTO Max(TM) Knuckle Couplers* Produced Especially for Walthers 75th AnniversaryPLEASE NOTE: As these cars are the correct prototype length and feature full underbody detail to match the prototypes, a minimum 24" radius is recommended for operation.

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