85' Budd Baggage-Railway Post Office
Although never used by the traveling public, the revenue from moving mail and express helped make passenger trains profitable well into the streamline era. Most postal service cars were actually dual-purpose equipment. About 1/3 of the interior was occupied by postal facilities where mail was sorted for distribution along the way, while the remaining space was left open and used for bulk or storage mail that wasn’t sorted en route, Railway Express packages, pets accompanying their owners on the trip and the occasional piece of oversized luggage. The perfect addition to your road’s streamliner service, these models come fully assembled, and are available at great prices while supplies last!