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Rails Unlimited O Scale Urethane Models
40' & 50' Milwaukee Boxcars
Cast urethane from hand crafted masters, assembled one piece bodies, ready to detail, made in the USA.

Milw 40' Boxcar #41:
$95.00 U.S. Each

Milwaukee 40' Boxcar #41
Milwaukee 40' Boxcar #41
  • MILWAUKEE 40' RIBSIDE BOXCAR #41

    Full length ribs, panel door, lumber door.

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Milw 40' Boxcar #42:
$95.00 U.S. Each

Milwaukee 40' Boxcar #42

Milwaukee 40' Boxcar #42
  • MILWAUKEE 40' RIBSIDE BOXCAR #42

    Full length ribs, corrugated doors, lumber door.

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Milw 40' Boxcar #43:
$95.00 U.S. Each

Milwaukee 40' Boxcar #43

Milwaukee 40' Boxcar #43
  • MILWAUKEE 40' RIBSIDE BOXCAR #43

    Short length ribs, panel doors, lumber door.

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Milw 40' Boxcar #44:
OUT OF STOCK

Milwaukee 40' Boxcar #44

Milwaukee 40' Boxcar #44
  • MILWAUKEE 40' RIBSIDE BOXCAR #44

    Short length ribs, double doors, lumber door.

New: The first fully accurate Milwaukee Road decals.
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Milwaukee 50' Boxcar #51:
OUT OF STOCK

Milwaukee 50' Boxcar

Milwaukee 50' Boxcar
  • MILWAUKEE 50' BOXCAR #51

    Full length ribs, double door, lumber door.

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Milwaukee 50' Boxcar #52:
$99.00 U.S. Each

Milwaukee 50' Box Car
  • MILWAUKEE ROAD 50' BOXCAR #52

    50' smoothside double door boxcar.

    This series of cars were the first production, welded, lightweight boxcars produced by the Milwaukee Road in the first half of 1937. This group of 500 cars was made of high tensile steel welded to form a car weighting only 47,300 pounds. Pressed steel provided the dreaught naught type ends. The A end had an 18"x16" lumber door. Hutchins roof and corrugated doors were used. The handbrake was a Universal. The trucks were Barber Stabilized style of bettendorf.
    These cars were numbered 13000 to 13499 and classed XA. Latter some cars had Evan Auto Loaders added and were classed XMR.
    These cars were the pioneer "smoothside", welded, lightweight cars that lead to the development of the ribside boxcars starting in July 1937. The ribs strengthened the sides, but also added 1300 pounds in weight.

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