Not this one, and I have built or rebuilt a handful of the kits. This one I merely installed the underbody and re-decaled it.
It is full O scale - it's resin and a Car Works product of many years ago. Think I have one for the reefer in the queue to do and it strikes me that I should pull it out and tear into it now.
Last East Penn meet in May I could have picked up 5-6 All Nation/Zimmer kits for this car and most very reasonable. Midwest was not in attendance in May but they used to offer built up versions in wood that you had to finish, but those were custom built and a tad pricy.
Not a hard car to scratchbuild if you have the right roof section as that is not the same contour and width as regular pass car clerestory roof.
Way cool for us guys who have homes in Churchill with a Turtle Creek address, would love to have a couple Box Cars for my multi level Layout. daveb thanks for posting the original picture way cool stuff. As far as I know, no company has ever made any O Gauge rolling stock of the Turtle Creek Central RR Cars.
You understand the slogan was for real, the freight car daveb pictured in the post above is real, and I believe that picture was taken on Rt 130 where the old Box Cars use to sit along Turtle Creek. A way cool piece of history.
Wow -- those Traction Cars (Trailer and the Freight Motor Car) are simply beautiful - outstanding. You are a scratchbuilder and kit-basher craftsman for your modeling work. I have been following your work here for quite a while.
I also LIKE that color scheme for your Turtle Creek Central Lines !
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