Bi-level Pullman

Discussion in 'HO Scale Model Trains' started by tecnomuzik, Sep 28, 2007.

  1. tecnomuzik

    tecnomuzik New Member

  2. doctorwayne

    doctorwayne Active Member

    I think that those are called gallery cars, used in commuter service. Kato has them in HO: you'll have to scroll down the page a bit.


  3. jbaakko

    jbaakko Active Member

  4. tecnomuzik

    tecnomuzik New Member

    I ordered two of those Walters cars the other day. I contacted them regarding a corrugated version but they don't offer it. I'll look around for fluting.

    I'm just getting into HO scale trains/layouts and I'm still trying to figure out what I can just purchase and what stuff I'll have to customize to fit my needs. I appreciate all the help!
  5. tecnomuzik

    tecnomuzik New Member

    After a little sytrene and Floquil's Old Silver paint I came up with my own using the previously mentioned Walthers Pullman Bi-levels.

  6. CN_Fan

    CN_Fan New Member

    Kewl work!! :thumb:
  7. tecnomuzik

    tecnomuzik New Member

    Thanks. I'm just have to add some decals and the blue board with the Metra logo on it.
  8. jbaakko

    jbaakko Active Member

    What'd you use for fluting?
  9. tecnomuzik

    tecnomuzik New Member

    I used Evergreen Styrene - Metal siding - 060" Spacing (1.5mm) & 040" Thick (1.0mm)
  10. wjstix

    wjstix Member

    By "Pullman" I assume you mean the car was built by Pullman-Standard?? "Pullman" generally refers to Pullman sleeping cars, which haven't been around for quite a while outside of museums.
  11. tecnomuzik

    tecnomuzik New Member

    Yes, Pullman Standard bi-level.

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