W920-9530 WalthersProto 85' ACF Baggage Car

W920-9530 WalthersProto 85' ACF Baggage Car "Promontory", UP/Experience #5752

Regular price $129.99 Sale

A Lone Star Collectibles Exclusive - Limited Time Only

Available By Special Order Only and Finished in Our LSC Custom Shop

Built by the St. Louis Car Company in 1962, No. 5752 was originally used to transport mail by the U.S. Postal Service. In the 1970s, Union Pacific’s Maintenance of Way team transitioned the unit into a tool car and renumbered it No. 904277. It was retired from service in the 1990s and stored at Union Pacific’s Coach Shop in Council Bluffs, Iowa.

Experience The Union Pacific rail car provides a glimpse at the past while telling the story of modern-day railroading in a multi-media walk-through exhibition. Through sound, images and interactive technology, visitors will see how Union Pacific is building America in their communities and throughout the world.

Now here's your opportunity to have a HO scale model of this car for displaying and running with your UP trains. Car is brand new from Walther's in their Proto-series with additional decals applied for the "Experience The Union Pacific" look. Numbered 5752 and car named "Promontory" to honor where it all came together on May 10, 1869 when the first transcontinental railroad between the Union Pacific and Central Pacific made history. This car captures the time when railroading was still full of challenges bringing the nation together after the Civil War many years before air travel become so popular.

Product Information

* Perfect For Fan Trip & Excursion Service 
* Modern-Era UP Excursion Scheme 
* Custom decal applications to prototype car
* UPP Heritage assigned equipment
* Car specific named and numbered as prototype 
* Factory-Installed Grab Irons 
* Proto-typically Accurate Window Tinting 
* Proto MAX(TM) Metal Knuckle Couplers

LIMITED TIME ONLY - By Special Order Only While Supplies Last

PLEASE NOTE: As these cars are the correct prototype length and feature full underbody detail to match the prototypes, a minimum 24" radius is recommended for operation.