Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe

HO, N, S and O Scale Passenger Car Sides.  Our sides are done with a white styrene outer side and a crystal clear plastic inner side that are to be glued together.  The clear inner side is also used for window glazing.  All sides are undecorated and require a core kit (roof, floor, ends) to make a car shell, or the use of a donor car, unless otherwise indicated.  The diagrams shown are three or four colors:  white lines are the outlines of the sides and doors (if the kit comes with separate doors), green lines are generally window openings, red and blue lines are details cut into the sides.  Descriptions of the cars are of the prototype and usually tell the builder, number of cars made, the original owning railroad, and disposition of the cars.  These descriptions are taken from the "Pullman-Standard Library" and the "Passenger Car Library" by RPC Publications, and are used with permission.All sides listed as fluted include fluting in the kit.

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To view a full-frame diagram of the sides, open the product page by clicking the blue product number/name.  When the product page opens, click the magnifying glass.  To close the diagram window, the X is located at the bottom right of the frame.

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    These 2 cars were delivered to Santa Fe in early '37 for use on the "Super Chief."  Named "Isleta" and "Laguna."  Isleta was used as a crew dormitory beginning in '57 and was scrapped in '68. Laguna was destroyed in a wreck in '43.  These original lightweight cars were shorter than later builds, so the core kit will have to be shortened (not included).

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    These 2 cars were delivered to Santa Fe in early '37 for use on the "Super Chief."  Named "Oraibi" and "Taos."  Oraibi was used as a crew dormitory beginning in '63 and was scrapped in '68.  Taos was converted to a Coach in '62 and then sold to NJDOT in '70.  These original lightweight cars were shorter than later builds, so the core kit will have to be shortened (not included).

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    This car was delivered to Santa Fe in early '37 for use on the "Super Chief."  Named "Navajo," it was retired in '57 and donated to the Intermountain Chapter of the NRHS and displayed at the Colorado Railroad Museum.  These original lightweight cars were shorter than later builds, so the core kit will have to be shortened (not included).

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    This was a group of 14 Diners that were delivered to Santa Fe in'37.  They were numbered #1474 through 1487, with 1474 named "Cochiti" and 1485 named "Awatobi" for service on the "Super Chief."  Six of the cars were assigned to the "Chief", one to the "Chicagoan" and one to the "Kansas Cityan."  The Cochiti is fully restored and on display at the California Railroad Museum.

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    30 of these cars were delivered to Santa Fe in late '37 for use in general service.  They were numbered 3072 through 3101.  All cars except one went to NJDOT in '69.

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    6 of these cars were delivered to Santa Fe in late '37 for use on the "Chief." They were numbered 1380 to 1385 and named in the "San xxx" series.  4 of the cars were converted to Baggage Dormitory cars in '56 and used on various trains.  Those cars went to Amtrak.

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    These 6 cars were delivered to Santa Fe in late '37 for use on the "Chief."  They were numbered 1371 to 1376 and were named "Nambe", "Picuris", "Tesuque", "Santa Clara", "Moencopi" and "Zuni."  1372 went to Amtrak, 2 were wrecked and 3 went to private owners.

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    These 2 cars were delivered to Santa Fe on 8/37 and 1/38 for use on the "Super Chief."  They were named and numbered 1386 "San Clemente" and 1387 "San Acacia."  1386 was converted to a Baggage-Dorm in '56 and later went to Amtrak.  1387 was destroyed in a wreck in '48.

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    These 2 cars were delivered to Santa Fe on 9/37 and 3/38 for use on the "Golden Gate."  Numbered 3490 and 3491, 3490 is in a museum in Oklahoma and 3491 was scrapped.

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    These 3 "Pendulum" cars were made in '41 and delivered, one each, to Santa Fe, Burlington and Great Northern.  They had a very early tilting mechanism for going around curves.  The GN car had one porthole removed and is #1100B.

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    7 of these cars, numbered 82 to 88, were delivered in '47 to upgrade service on streamlined trains.  All were scrapped in '68.

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    These 15 cars were delivered in late '50 for use in the "Super Chief."  They were named in the "Regal" series.  3 cars went to Amtrak, 6 to Auto Train and the railroad kept 6.

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