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Beginning in 1977, Pacific Car and Foundry (PC&F) released a heavily insulated boxcar with internal, air-bag loading devices and 20" travel, sliding-sill under frame. These cars travel the country. Often originating from the Coors Brewery in Golden, CO., they are affectionately known as "Beer Cars" for the refreshing cargo they frequently carry.
By request from our customers! We are excited to announce 6 all new paint schemes on our HO Scale Beer Car. All schemes being offered are what we consider to be "close enough". The differences being anywhere from different ends, side sill or door size. While we strive at ExactRail to be as faithful to the prototype as we can, we realize that many of our products make a good representation of other items on the rails and are proud to offer these models exclusively from TrainLife.com.
About the Lamb Weston 1991 Repaint Paint Scheme:
In 1991, Lamb Weston acquired former Western Pacific PC&F insulated boxcars and converted them to a cryogenic cooling system. These would be used for the transport of frozen potato products that Lamb Weston is known for. This group of cars were numbered from XTRX 200 thru 242.
Scale: HO Scale
Product Line: Platinum Series
Product Type: PC&F Beer Car
Railroad: Lamb Weston
Coupler Type: Kadee #58
Truck Type: ExactRail’s 100-Ton ASF 'Ride Control' Trucks
Wheels: CNC-Machined 36" wheels