The Rapido Trains Osgood Bradley Lightweight Coach is based on cars built beginning in 1934 Pullman-Standard's Osgood Bradley plant in Worcester, Massachusetts. One of the first true lightweight coaches, the original examples were constructed for the New Haven and soon other railroads ordered these 10-window cars. These iconic cars were used on both long distance and local trains and served well into the 1970s. The Rapido N Scale Osgood Bradley Lightweight Coaches feature roadname-appropriate rooftop hatches and skirt details, interior detail, battery-operated interior lighting, metal grab irons and accurate decoration.
- Full underbody detail
- Interior details
- Battery-powered Easy-Peasy lighting for DCC or DC
- Factory-installed grab irons, end gates and diaphragms
- Correct 41-E trucks with metal wheelsets
- Magnetic knuckle couplers