1956-1971 Yellow & Gray Cars

Painted to match Union Pacific equipment as the Milwaukee assumed operation of Chicago-Omaha trains in late 1955 (and perfect for pool service with the WalthersProto 1960s City of Los Angeles - sold out at Walthers; see your dealer), yellow and gray became Milwaukee’s standard scheme well into the 1970s. Each car in this series is complete with silver trucks with disc brakes as appropriate, notched side sills (except the Super Dome which was not modified), fixed car steps, later-style ends with lift rings and updated diaphragms (the Super Dome retained it's originals). Each model has also been upgraded with prototypically tinted windows with gaskets as appropriate, factory-installed grab irons, and modeler-installed extended drawbars for 22" radius curves. Choose from a factory-printed name or number (920-9130 to 9138 series), or model any car in the fleet with the full set of name and number decals included with Standard series cars (920-9120 to 9128).
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