Our club cars have been a great success throughout the years. All our previous runs are sold out.
We have released our fourth run, modeled after a prototype version.
The proceeds from the sales of these cars have helped the club to make improvements to our layouts and facility.
To place an order please contact Dave Owens at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Conrail boxcar, TMRR-01, is $30.00. The Guilford/D&H hoppers, TMRR-02 and TMRR-03, are $25.00 each. Shipping in the U.S. is $6.00 for one car and $8.00 for two or three. Please contact Dave for a postage quote for larger orders or for international orders. Include an email address or phone number with your order. Checks payable in U.S. funds to the Torrington Area Model Railroaders can be mailed to:David Owens
The first car, TMRR-01, is an HO Master 50-foot Precision Design X71 Boxcar lettered for Conrail. The car has one green door and its road number is 166178. The other door is brown, like the rest of the car. The best information we can come up with is that one of the brown doors on the car was damaged and a quick repair was made with what was available at the local shop, a green door.
We have a prototype photo of the car, but at this point cannot find a photo online. We’re working to get permission from the person who took the photo to use it.
The Conrail boxcar, TMRR-01, is $30.00
The second and third cars are Guilford/D&H Trainman PS-2 covered hoppers. The cars were used in sand service and traveled off of Guildford for loading. One has a Guilford G and the other a D&H shield. Our understanding is that when Guilford spun off the D&H, the D&H crews were only too anxious to paint out the G and apply the D&H logo. TMRR-02 has the D&H shield and TMRR-03 has the Guilford G. These cars are a follow to the Guilford B&M and MEC sand cars we sold several years ago. (If you are interested in a rerun of those cars with new road numbers, please let us know. We might be able to do that in the future.)
The Guilford/D&H hoppers, TMRR-02, and TMRR-03, are $25.00 each.
Prototype photos of this cars can he seen here:http://gelwood.railfan.net/dh/dh35424agd.jpg