The Western Pacific contributed 6 Greenville 7100 Auto Parts Boxcars to the 322/Lima, Ohio pool, and ExactRail is proud to offer this model with accurate artwork and colors, including our attention to accurately rendering the unique style of car numbers that WP used on this paint scheme.
The Norfolk & Western contributed 11 Greenville 7100 Auto Parts Boxcars to the 322/Lima, Ohio pool. These cars were painted in NW’s striking post-1971 paint scheme. ExactRail is proud to offer this model with accurate artwork and colors even down to the smallest lettering fonts.
The Penn Central Greenville 7100 Auto Parts Boxcars are long lived, and they served Conrail through the life of the railroad. Conrail repainted these cars in a paint scheme that featured the Conrail’s attractive can-opener logo.
When CSX acquired Conrail assets, some Greenville 7100 Auto Parts Boxcars were restenciled with NYC reporting marks. These reporting marks designated CSX ownership, and these cars continue to serve the railroad today.
As of the time publishing this blog, power & gas have not been restored to our portion of the building. During an inspection of our space, a truss was discovered to have a crack in it. This was shored up yesterday and our space has been deemed safe. We anticipate that we will have power restored any day now. Regardless of when that will be, we have made arrangements with an owner of a neighboring building to allow us to setup our shipping computer so we can start getting orders out. We will pull and pack the orders in the dark with a headlamp strapped to our heads and then ship from the neighboring building. It wont be attractive but it'll work. It will take us a few days to work through the backlog of orders so we ask you to have a little more patience with us as we get through them.
Thank you for the support & for those of you in the Northeast, we will see you at the Springfield show in about two weeks.
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ExactRail has it's offices and warehouse in a portion of a building shared by another tenant. Unfortunately on the morning of 1.4.2017 the roof of the neighboring tenants suite collapsed.
The Good News: No one was hurt in the collapse and the roof above the ExactRail suite is a different structure from that of our neighbors so aside from a bit of water coming into our space from their fire suppression system there has been no damage to any of the inventory or equipment in the ExactRail space.
The Bad News: Because of the level of damage sustained to the building both the power and gas has been shut off to our offices. This means that orders cannot be shipped for the time being.
We expect all of these issues to be resolved in the next few days and will get ALL orders shipped out ASAP. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your patience. Our employees will be working from different locations so we appreciate your understanding if we are a little slower to respond than usual.
Please continue to buy with confidence. Our inventory is in perfect shape and once we have access to the building again we will start shipping orders quickly!
Thank you for being the greatest customers and fans on earth!
The ExactRail Team
The modern reefer is a contemporary vindication for the perishable trade of yore when railroads moved carloads of perishable traffic by the thousands. Speaking to this heritage, the ARMN reporting marks have reference to the American Refrigerator Transit Company, a refrigerator car line formed in 1881 via a joint venture between the Missouri Pacific and Wabash Railroads. Now in the care of Union Pacific, ARMN reefers are often seen in hot schedule Q Trains, which is the UP’s designation for premium manifest traffic.
ExactRail is proud to offer the third release of our Phase I Trinity 64’ TRINCool Reefer! Replete with detail, ExactRail’s modern reefer includes separately applied release valve rods, the safety chain on the A-end platform, reporting marks on the truck side frames, etched metal filler caps, fuel tank gauge with pad printed read-outs, separately applied and painted temperature box, and precision micro-tailed huck bolts. It also features color and lettering styles, which are the most accurately rendered.
The Southern Railway purchased nearly 5,000 of these 70-ton boxcars. ExactRail is pleased to offer one of our most sought after HO Scale freight cars!
Featuring the finest precision micro-tooling and finish-work in the industry, ExactRail's Southern 5277 “Waffle” boxcar is a platinum quality model—complete with Kadee #58 couplers, coupler cut levers, numerous wire-formed and fine-scale details, accurate underbody details and ExactRail's exclusive equalized trucks. ExactRail's Signature Series Southern 5277 “Waffle” Box Car is an exclusive replica to be appreciated by enthusiasts and collectors alike.
In January of 1984, the Norfolk Southern Corporation began repainting Southern Railway Pullman-Standard 5277 “Waffle” Boxcars in a new paint scheme. The Southern Railway called this the “Europa” paint scheme. If you model post-1984, this paint scheme would look great interspersed among our other Southern waffle boxcars!
The Pacific Car & Foundry (PC&F) 6033 cubic capacity boxcar is one of the industry’s truly sleek and classy hy-cube boxcars. The first order of PC&F 6033 boxcars went to the Southern Pacific in 1966, and the Union Pacific, Western Pacific, St. Louis Southwestern, and Southern Pacific railroads received new and additional lots in 1967. In the early service years, PC&F 6033 was primarily employed in appliance and paper-loading assignments. Now operating for privates, many of these cars are still in service today--some of which continue in patched SP/SSW and Alaska Railway paint schemes.
The ExactRail PC&F 6033 features the classic, double-sheathed construction, 3/3/3/1 dreadnaught ends, diagonal panel, overhanging roof, and single 10’-6” YSD sliding doors and Hydra-Cushion underbody detailing of the prototype. ExactRail also accurately matches the 70-ton Barber S-2 trucks or ASF Ride Control trucks of the prototypes.
In January of 1967, the Western Pacific purchased five PC&F 6033 boxcars for appliance service. These cars received routing assignments to Moraine, Ohio—far from WP rails. The artwork and colors has been completely reworked from our first release many years ago, and the result is an exceptionally accurate rendition of this beautiful WP paint scheme.
In February of 1967, the Southern Pacific received an additional 100-car lot of PC&F 6033 boxcars. These cars were painted with a yellow door to designate specific service assignments. This lot was assigned to paper loading service out of Eugene, Oregon.
In April of 1967, Cotton Belt received seven PC&F 6033 boxcars that were assigned to appliance service in Louisville, Kentucky. Like the 1966-delivered SP cars, they were outfitted with Car-Pac loaders. The SSW cars had a different lettering style for the capacity and dimensional blocks from the SP cars. And of course, you can expect that it is accurately match to the smallest details on our models.
Southern Illinois Railcar acquired a group of PC&F 6033 boxcars from the Alaska Railway. These cars feature a slightly faded color of Alaska blue with re-stenciled SIRX reporting marks. Many SIRX cars are still in service today, some of which near the ExactRail facilities in Utah working out of the Morton Salt plant near the Great Salt Lake.
The Bethlehem 3737/3716 Hopper is an icon railcar of the last quarter century, and ExactRail is pleased to announce the third release of the Bethlehem 3737/3716 Hoppers in 4 all new paint schemes and undecorated kits!
With over 10,000 units produced, this is one of the most prolific, Western steel hoppers of last 40 years. The first Bethlehem 3737/3716 delivery went to the Chicago & Eastern Illinois in 1973, and subsequent orders went to the Texas & Pacific, Missouri Pacific, Chicago & North Western as well as various utilities, like Indianapolis Power and Light. These are still in service as of 2014, and many have been rebuilt into 4000 capacity cars—which, ExactRail also offers HERE!
ExactRail is offering five all-new paint schemes, undecorated kits and new road numbers for four popular MP paint schemes.
The Chicago & North Western Historical Society (CNWHS) was looking for an exceptionally accurate replica for their 2016 annual convention, and we were more than enthusiastic when they chose us. The bicentennial paint scheme was developed exclusively for the Chicago and North Western Historical Society (CNWHS). You can find it only at www.CNWHS.org.
ExactRail’s model was developed in collaboration with the Chicago & North Western Historical Society, and it features CNW’s Ball and Bar logo and industry-leading lettering and paint details. These cars would look great interspersed with 13500-135799 series cars Available HERE.
As you’ve come to expect, ExactRail has drilled down beyond offering accurate paint schemes to offer accurate paint schemes of specific road numbers. This enables you to model to the mixed paint schemes of modern unit coal trains down to specific cars! Among other things, MP #588400 has accurate H-100-41 class marks, 1991 repaint dates, capacity data and lessee stencils.
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In 1974 and with production lot #9749, Pullman-Standard's Bessemer, Alabama plant began the manufacture the 7315 cubic capacity “waffle” boxcar for the Norfolk and Western Railway. Production continued with additional deliveries to the Santa Fe, Milwaukee Road, Union Pacific and Detroit, Toledo and Ironton. As seen with our August 13th blog post, 'A Rare Prototype,' the P-S Waffle Box Car continues to serve Class I railroads to the present.
This handsome paint scheme represents a common version of the GTW car with the GT logo. The GTW car has accurate lettering fonts, data and artwork, and each car number has been matched to those that were actually repainted into this paint scheme.
Featuring exceptionally accurate artwork that has been refined over our first release. The extended draft gear is painted in yellow, which is both prototypically accurate and absolutely stunning against the black and white, Norfolk & Western paint scheme.
This scheme represents a common repaint version of the ATSF P-S 7315 "waffle" boxcars. The ATSF car has accurate gothic lettering fonts, data and artwork, and each car number has been matched to those that were actually repainted into this paint scheme.
This is an accurate replica of a signature paint scheme. For “As Delivered” cars, Union Pacific adopted an unusual lettering arrangement for Union Pacific boxcars, and this repaint version was a simplified version of that paint scheme with accurate letter styles.