History: In 1942, the PRR built the
N5c class caboose. Different from the N5 by its round windows, lower belt
rail, large streamlined coupla, and no vertical butt strip in its sides.
Model body is injection molded plastic with a separate roof, one piece molded
trucks with 33" wheels. X2f couplers. Antenna support system not included.
(Drill spots for locating antenna system supports are molded into underside
The history of
the Pennsylvania Railroad rolling stock lettering is as follows:
Circle Keystone Lettering
Shadow Keystone lettering
Plain Keystone (black car)
PRR Initials started.
Kit Includes: One piece plastic molded
body, one piece plastic molded roof, brake wheel, air reservoir, brake cylinder,
control valve, X2f couplers, plastic trucks/wheels and steel car weights.
Made in USA.
Accessories Available: Click
here to see our optional antenna system, lighting kits and window kits.
Listing of Available Models and Associated Car Numbers: The list
below identifies the cars and roadnames that are currently available. Underlined
part numbers have pictures available for you to see on-line by clicking on part
number. Please note that each production run of a roadname uses a new series
of car numbers. We do not re-use a previous numbering series for any subsequent
production run. Thus, we only can fill orders for the most current production
run and associated numbering series. Please refer to our list of PRR N-5c Caboose car numbers that have be used and the current numbers which are available.
Most cars have 3 or 12 different road numbers available at a time (3 pack
or 12 pack).