Atlas N Cushion Coil Car

In the early Sixties, Evans Products saw a need for specialized cars to transport coiled steel.
The existing cars at the time were often 70-ton specially equipped mill gondolas. The new commodity-specific coil-steel car were built with a 100-ton capacity using a trough frame and
body. The early designs were refined during the 1960s and eventually Evans adopted a 48-foot length as standard. Production lasted well into the 1970s.

The Atlas 48-foot coil steel car is based on the Evans design of 1967 as well as being a close
stand-in for the 1970s cars.

 

Features:

  • Die-cast body
  • Crisp painting and lettering
  • Two removable rounded hoods with stacking frames
  • Detailed wood lined trough floor

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Item# Road Name Road Number
December 2018
MSRP: $32.95
N Cushion Coil Car - New Model!
50 004 637 Burlington Northern 576233
50 004 638 Burlington Northern 576240
50 004 639 Burlington Northern 476254
50 004 640 BNSF 527231
50 004 641 BNSF 527239
50 004 642 BNSF 527246
50 004 643 Conrail 623702
50 004 644 Conrail 623742
50 004 645 Conrail 623766
50 004 646 CSXT (NYC)* 623002
50 004 647 CSXT (NYC)* 623075
50 004 648 CSXT (NYC)* 623149
50 004 649 Southshore Freight (CSS) 1692
50 004 650 Southshore Freight (CSS) 1694
50 004 651 Southshore Freight (CSS) 1696
50 004 652 Steel Pro*  496016
50 004 653 Steel Pro*  496050
50 004 654 Steel Pro*  496067
50 004 655 Union Pacific (CNW) 249001
50 004 656 Union Pacific (CNW) 249005
50 004 657 Union Pacific (CNW) 249007
50 004 658 WCTU Railway 142011
50 004 659 WCTU Railway 142023
50 004 660 WCTU Railway 142062
*CSX Licensed Product
Products bearing Union Pacific marks are made under trademark license from Union Pacific Railroad Company.