Pullman-Standard 7315 Waffle Boxcars!

ExactRail has Norfolk & WesternBNSF paint schemes, and Undecorated Kits of the Pullman-Standard 7315 Waffle Boxcar in stock.  But there is a saying in the industry, "new releases move current inventory."  And, ExactRail has new releases in store!  

If you are interested in Norfolk & Western and BNSF paint schemes, or, if you have been waiting long for paint schemes that have been sold out, then you are not alone! And, you won't wait long.  ExactRail has both, and the latter are coming soon!

  

Blaine Hadfield

Vice President, Product


31 Responses

Richard Zapolski
Richard Zapolski

March 31, 2016

I too, would love to see more Maine Central, Harvest Yellow. GRS/PanAm after that. Boston & Maine, Portland Terminal after that.

Scot Burnley
Scot Burnley

October 15, 2015

The town agent was in charge of the company town. The town agent oversaw departments including street and building maintenance, gas and water works, and fire protection. The town agent also oversaw businesses including the hotel, sewage farm, as well as the nursery and greenhouse. Under the town agent there were nine department heads and approximately 300 men under them. In February, 1904, the Pullman Company was mandated to sell the company town by court order. Despite this, the Pullman Company did not sell the company town until 1907.

Stan Franssen
Stan Franssen

October 14, 2015

Like Stephen and Yves, I’d also love to see another run of Trinity boxcars in HO, especially those beautiful red Catalyst cars.

Stan

Craig Harrison
Craig Harrison

August 12, 2015

Agree with Tim Morris
SP&S gundersons.
…….now about those RF&P blue gons
………and those Southern Europa waffle box repaints.
New model: double door waffle boxes.
Need updated GATX air slides for buffer sand service.
Need 4000 cube PS ribbed side hoppers

Timothy  Morris
Timothy Morris

August 10, 2015

I remember that you did a green with yellow door stripes Spokane Portland and Seattle, 50’ box some time ago. Would love to see them again, of could so I could but one.

Rick Simpson
Rick Simpson

August 10, 2015

Blaine…

Tank Cars…Tank Cars…Tank Cars – multi-compartment two and three dome modern cars – badly needed!

Rick Simpson
Rick Simpson

August 10, 2015

Blaine,

Can you re-run those 42’ Depressed Center flats in the new ‘TTX’ Forward Thinking’ logo…those would be HOT and sowould some in Erie Lackawana and some NS re-paints(Ex-CR)

RIck Simpson
RIck Simpson

August 10, 2015

Blaine…

If you do the TTX ,please do the ‘Forward Thinking’ Logo in at least 6 numbers – would like to see these re-run on the trinity hi-cubes soon!

Ed
Ed

August 10, 2015

The St. Marie’s River Railroad had some waffle side boxcars for lumber service. Any chance of some short line road names?

Steve Wagner
Steve Wagner

August 10, 2015

The Maine Central waffle side boxcars I was referring to were Harvest Gold. I’d also like the later Guilford/Maine Central type with plug doors, white with black ends and orange and black graphics, which is what I think the earlier poster had in mind.

Steve Wagner
Steve Wagner

August 10, 2015

Amen to the request for Maine Central waffle-side boxcars. The one Walthers made years ago had black graphics. They should be Pine Green.

I’m still hoping for gondolas about 53’ long with corrugations inside and out as on your 65’ Greenville cars. The paint schemes I’d most prefer would be Missouri Pacific, Pennsylvania and Santa Fe.

Also proper Flexi-Flow covered hoppers for cement, the first style built for the New York Central (my preferred paint scheme) and later used by Penn Central and Conrail.

david standen
david standen

August 10, 2015

I totally agree with Ron Milne————where are all the Canadian Roads——would love to see them for a welcome change

Richard Morgan
Richard Morgan

August 10, 2015

Two obvious cars that are still missing from the HO world are Carbon Black hoppers of any era and the high sided CSX Coke Express hoppers – and a modern Iron Ore Jenny would be very welcome as well.
Cheers
Richard ‘Captain’ Morgan – UK

Garth Taylor
Garth Taylor

August 09, 2015

Fully support the call for more Trinity Hi Cubes. My local agent will be pleased when they are released so he can finally have some peace!

Lonnie Bathurst
Lonnie Bathurst

August 09, 2015

Great models Blaine and we always appreciate the next one coming. Hope to see you at STL / RPM next year.
Lonnie

Joe Gazdecki
Joe Gazdecki

August 09, 2015

I could always use more Detroit, Toledo and Ironton waffle cars. Please and thank you

Joe

Jeff Mills
Jeff Mills

August 09, 2015

I am looking forward to seeing both roads and maybe other in n-scale. You can never have enough box cars!

Jim
Jim

August 09, 2015

I am with Stephan, I would be very interested in another run of HO scale Trinity 50’ 6275 High cubes also.

Erik Holtyn
Erik Holtyn

August 09, 2015

FBOX !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! please …..

Jason Birkner
Jason Birkner

August 09, 2015

Re-run of the GTW
waffle side high cubes, please!!!

Yves
Yves

August 09, 2015

I am with Stephan. We need more SRY Trinity box cars. Thanks

Pieter K (Pete) Terwilleger
Pieter K (Pete) Terwilleger

August 09, 2015

When releasing new products, it would be helpful for you, and other manufacturers as well, to always show the types of commodities shipped, the reason for the design, and the years of operation for each piece of rolling stock released. For example, I model the Susquehanna in HO during the time period 1940-1960. I might want to purchase a box car, but may not know if it would be appropriate for this time period, or even if it would be shipping any commodities that were shipped on the Suzy-Q during this time. Knowing if the car would be typically seen on my railroad would be very helpful in making a decision to purchase. Thanks. Pete.

Kenneth Borg
Kenneth Borg

August 09, 2015

Like to see this boxcar but hobby really needs a carbon black car.

Henry H. Pinkham
Henry H. Pinkham

August 09, 2015

I just love my two waffle-side boxcars and actually plan to buy some more as soon as I can.
These provide a modern look to your Rolling stock/layout.
I would recommend, however, hat the fragile door-locking bars and brake rocks be replaced by metal parts (steel/brass wire. I am sure that modern technology allows for such wire parts to be encased in suitable plastic to allow intricate forms to be manufactured, This would reduce fragility and breakability of parts. Maybe Exactrail could consider this.
This can only further enhance their excellent range of products. How about it, Blaine?

Scott Koczela
Scott Koczela

August 09, 2015

How about Maine Central or Guilford waffle sided box cars?

Michael Rutt
Michael Rutt

August 09, 2015

Are ever going to make some Reading Cars?
From the reading railroad.

Henry h. Pinkham
Henry h. Pinkham

August 09, 2015

Ek het geruime tyd gelede twee 60-voet wafel-sykant goedertrokke (waffle side Box cars) boustelle (kits) (ongeverf) gekoop. Ek wil my trokke in my eie kleure verf en my eie spoorweg se naam met dekals (decals/transfers) daarop aanbring. Hulle was nogal moeilik om te bou, maar ek het reggekom. Dis die moeite werd om die plastiekstawe in die deursluitstelsel en die remstelsel te vervang met staaldraad en koperdraad. Ek is van plan om liewers toekomstig van die reeds geverfde modelle oor te verf en my eie dekals aan te wend. Hierdie is ’n pragtige model van ’n moderne spoor trok. Kyk ook gerus na die wafel-sykant “gondola” van Exactrail. Uitstekende produkte! Hulle is duur, maar goeie kwaliteit. Kry joune nou!

james holland
james holland

August 09, 2015

Finally Exactrail IS ALIVE !!!!

Ryan
Ryan

August 09, 2015

Any MoPac waffles?

Stephan
Stephan

August 09, 2015

Blaine,
Would you guys consider a new run of HO scale Trinity 50’ 6275 High cubes in SY (Catalyst) and Blue and also TTX schemes? these sold well and there is a need for more availability.
Thanks
Stephan

Ron Milne
Ron Milne

August 09, 2015

I hope you include some Canadian roads in this model. Thanks for all that you do.

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