On August 10th 1955, two of the Class 23 cars, 6526 and 6527 had bulkheads installed to ship wallboard to Farmington to support the oil and gas boom of the 1950’s.
Both of these cars survived until 1967 but where “forgotten” in Farmington yard when the last train left. In the end both cars were scrapped.
- Couplers (Kadee #713 or #714)
- Bettendorf Trucks (Blackstone B370110)
- Brake wheel (your choice)
- Grab Irons (0.012 Wire or Tichy)
- 8 – 18″ Straight
- 4 – 18″ Drop
- 4 – 24″ Straight
- Ladder Rungs (0.012 Wire)
- 10 – 26″ straight wire
- Brake Wheel Shaft (0.012 Wire)
Due to the fact that 3d printing is a relatively new and in many ways experimental manufacturing technology and the fact that many of the models I manufacture push the limits on what is able to be manufactured, not all models can be successfully printed every time. Every effort is made to avoid any issues during the design phase, however, from time to time we do have unforeseen issues during the manufacturing process. We (Shapeways and I) appreciate your patience when issues do occur.