Few cars were every built for the City of St. Louis. Among them, four Lunch Counter Diners (4000-4003). Built by American Car and Foundry (ACF) in June 1955. Each car contained a 42 foot lunch counter seating 21 patrons. A 16-seat dining area (4 tables for four diners) made up one end of the car. These operated between Denver and Los Angeles and were converted to cafeteria cars in November of 1960.
S.Soho&Co. Custom Union Pacific Lunch Counter Diner with full interior and LED lighting.
Produced in Japan by Kumata for S. Soho & Co in 1978. Approximately 200 were produced.
Includes Kadee Couplers, diaphragms, steam & train lines and a detailed interior from PalaceCarCo.
Gorgeously completed and a must for any Union Pacific modeler. Hurry now before it's gone.
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