Passenger car models availability by prototype roadnames;- P&R

P&R Passenger cars                                           Rev 2                   dated: 30-11-2018 

RR

#

Type

Model Builder

Notes

Current status

Builder

Date

P&R

1

Combine Transferred to SR&RL #13 1908

scrapped by Edaville frame used to build #20 coach

Billmeyer & Small

1890

P&R

2

Coach NJ/CB, Grandt Line Transferred to SR&RL #19 1908

MNGRR

Billmeyer & Small*

1891

P&R

3

Coach Burned at Greene’s farm 1904, rebuilt as caboose

scrapped in rebuild as caboose

Billmeyer & Small*

1891

P&R

4

Coach NJ/CB, Grandt Line Transferred to SR&RL #20 1908

MNGRR

Billmeyer & Small*

1891

P&R

5

Baggage DRL (*/#) Transferred to SR&RL #7 1908

scrapped 1935?

1889

P&R

Excursion Transferred to SR&RL #26 1908

scrapped 1924

Unknown

1899

P&R

Excursion Transferred to SR&RL #27 1908

scrapped 1935?

Unknown

1899

P&R

Excursion Transferred to SR&RL #28 1908

scrapped 1924

Unknown

1899

Deerfield River Laser make 36 foot Quik-Kits (coded * in this table), 46 foot kits (coded ** in this table) and 6 foot 6 inches wide ends (coded # in this table). See the Deerfield River Laser Two foot page for further details;- http://www.deerfieldriverlaser.com/CarsSides.html

November 2018 update: Grandt Line made O scale door and window sets for SR&RL passenger rolling stock as shown in the picture below, but the company is currently being sold. The production rights and tooling have been acquired by The San Juan Company in Colorado, and they have made a general announcement of intending to continue to supply parts in the future. In a message posted to the Maine On2 group on the 14th November, Doug Junda (one of the owners of The San Juan Company) stated that they were currently building inventory in California prior to moving equipment to Colorado.

The picture above shows some of the SR&RL passenger car doors and windows previously available from Grandt Line.

 

 

 

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