An odd question

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mburn16

New Member
Does anyone know of any shorter, commuter-style passenger coaches that are currenly being modeled and sold in the U.S.? I'm looking for HO scale, maybe something similar to the Talgo cars.

I'm looking to model some commuter trains (Not an actual line), and am finding that I am unhappy with the regular-length Amtrak coaches that I currently use for other trains.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.
 

jbaakko

Diesel Detail Freak
E-R models is a limited run thing, though you might find them from a European manufacturer, as they seem to get special runs of stuff done for them.
 

Q TRAIN

New Member
Offhand, the only shorties that I know of that can be used as reasonable commuter cars are perhaps Athearn's 73' lightweight passenger coach cars.:(
 




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