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Pullman 3rd Class Kitchen Car No.60


Pullman 3rd Class Kitchen Car No.60

Years Released: 2011 (Model Year pages)
Model released for 1 year. (Model may have been released after 2011)

Model: Pullman 3rd Class Kitchen Car No.60
Running Number: No.60
Category: Passenger Rolling Stock
Passenger Rolling Stock
Model Information: Length: 263mm.
Matchboard sides.
Period: 1950's
Built: 1928
Models Produced: ---
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Company: Pullman - Pullman
Logo: Pullman Crest
Logo Years: ---
Livery: Pullman Brown & Gold
Pullman Brown & Gold
Livery Details: Brown lower panels with yellow gold upper panels and gold lining.
Company Information: George Pullman made sleeping cars in America from 1857. Pullman cars were the most luxurious in the world. Britain introduced the cars from America in 1874. The Hornby models are based on the 1920s cars, during the golden age of steam.

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2011 R.4481 2011
Pullman 3rd Class Kitchen Car No.60

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