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Hiawatha

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From 1935 on, the name Hiawatha symbolized the fastest and best the Milwaukee Road had to offer. As the original Chicago-Minneapolis streamliners grew in popularity, the road built all-new Hiawatha trains to serve additional Midwestern and Pacific Northwest destinations.

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From 1935 on, the name Hiawatha symbolized the fastest and best the Milwaukee Road had to offer. As the original Chicago-Minneapolis streamliners grew in popularity, the road built all-new Hiawatha trains to serve additional Midwestern and Pacific Northwest destinations. The entire fleet was refitted in 1948 with 153 new lightweight cars for the various trains. And in 1952, the Milwaukee revolutionized its luxury service with the first fleet of full-length "Super Dome" cars. Diesels were first assigned in 1941, with the purchase of a single A-A set of DL-109s from ALCo and E6s from EMD. Newer power arrived in 1946 with the delivery of 10 A-A sets of E7s, and 15 A-B-A sets of Fairbanks-Morse Erie-Builts. Based on a typical Twin Cities Hiawatha consist of 1952, Walthers offers a complete collection of 10 authentic Milwaukee cars and locos to model these great streamliners.
  • 10 Authentic Milwaukee Road Cars
  • Upgraded PROTO 2000™ E7A Diesels
  • Completely New HO Scale Models
  • Based on 1955 Twin Cities Hiawatha
  • Correct 8' Wheelbase Nystrom Trucks
  • GSC 6-Wheel Trucks on Super Dome
  • Car Name & Number Decals
  • Superb Detail Inside & Out
  • Authentic Laser-Sharp Paint & Lettering
  • Die Cast Knuckle Couplers
  • Produced Especially for Walthers 75th Anniversary
Structures to Complement your Hiawatha Collection Milwaukee Style Station
Complete the scene on your layout with these Milwaukee structures alongside your fleet of Hiawatha streamliners!
Based on several historic railroad structures that served the Milwaukee Road in its namesake city, these HO Scale kits capture the look of the prototypes in a size that fits most layouts.