Walthers Mainline HO 910-2147 50' ACF Exterior Post Boxcar - Moscow Camden & San Augustine #6076Regular price $24.98 Sale price $16.98
Walthers Mainline HO 910-2147 50' ACF Exterior Post Boxcar - Moscow Camden & San Augustine #6076
Limited edition - one time run of these roadnumbers!
Completely new car from rails to roof!
Prototypes seen from coast-to-coast 1974 to the present
Handles all types of general freight loading
Used by Railbox and dozens of other railroads
Correct Plate B dimensions:
41' 3" Truck Centers * 15' 2" Tall * 10' 8" Wide
Model a fleet in minutes - two different car numbers for each roadname
- This is Road #6076
- Limited edition -- one time run of these roadnumbers
- 2 different car numbers for each each roadname
- Correct 33" turned- Metal Wheelsets
- Proto MAX(TM) Metel Knuckle Couplers
A little bit about ACF Courtesy of Wikipedia
American Car and Foundry (often abbreviated as ACF) is an American manufacturer of railroad rolling stock. One of its subsidiaries was once (1925–54) a manufacturer of motor coaches and trolley coaches under the brand names of (first) ACF and (later) ACF-Brill. Today, ACF is known as ACF Industries LLC and is based in St. Charles, Missouri. It is owned by investor Carl Icahn.
American Car and Foundry was formed and incorporated in New Jersey in 1899 as the result of the merger of 13 smaller railroad car manufacturers. The company was made up of:
A little bit about the Railroad itself.
The Moscow, Camden & San Augustine Railroad Company (reporting mark MCSA) is a Class III short line railroad headquartered in Camden, Texas. It is a subsidiary of Georgia-Pacific.
The MCSA operates a 6.9 mi (11.1 km) line from Camden to an interchange with the Union Pacific Railroad in Moscow, Texas. Although it is legally a common carrier, the line’s traffic consists entirely of outbound plywood, lumber, and other forest products originating from a single industry, the Georgia-Pacific mill in Camden.
Despite its diminutive length, the MCSA holds several Texas historical distinctions. It is the oldest railroad in Texas still operating under its original charter. It was among the last railroads in Texas to operate regular revenue trains using steam locomotives and to operate regularly scheduled passenger train service.