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Box Car -41' Steel
Box Car -51ft. Plug-Door
Box Car -Promo 51ft. Plug-Door
Box Car -Custom Series 51ft. Plug-Door
Box Car -Bicentennial 51'
Box Car -51' American Heritage Series
Caboose -Off Center Cupola
Caboose -Wide Vision
Caboose -Center Cupola
Caboose -Streamline Cupola
Coil Car
Flat Car 16-Wheels 200-Ton -48'
Flat Car with Loads -51'
Flat Car with Missile -52' Depressed Center
Flat Car with Culvert Pipes
Gondola
Grain Car -51'
Hi-Cube Box Car -41ft.
Hopper -Center Flow
Hopper -42' Quad
Mechanical Reefer -41'
Mechancial Reefer -51ft.
Old-Time Wood Reefer -41ft.
85' Full Domed Passenger Car
85' Budd Amtrak Fleet Coach
Auto Transporter
85' Tri-Level Car Carrier
Stock Car
Tri-Level Poultry Car
Tank Car -42ft. Single-Dome
Tank Car -42ft. 3-Dome
Tank Car -62ft. Triple Dome
Pulpwood Car
Pickle Car
Vinegar Car
Ore Car
Old West Freight Cars
Timeline

CP Rail
(No.1267)
Thought to be exclusive to the Canadian market is this black CP Rail Auto Carrier.  It is never found in Bachmann catalogs.

Penn Central
1976-1982 (No.1264)
1983- (No.46-1200-32)

Santa Fe 
1976-1982 (No.1265)
1983- (No.46-1200-32)

A new addition to Bachmann's rolling stock in the 1976 catalog is the 85' Tri-Level Car Carrier with Cars.  Available in two roadnames, Penn Central and Santa Fe, this model sold for $10 and included 15 autos of various body styles and colors. 
 
It should be noted that I have included this item here in Bachmann Rolling Stock, but Bachmann included the Tri-Level Car Tronsporter among its Operating Accessories in catalogs.  You will also find this car among the listings on the Bachmann Action Accessories page.
 
The September 1976 Railroad Model Craftsman includes a review of the Bachmann Tri-Level.  The review states that the Bachmann model compared to the prototype built by Paragon Bridge and Steel Co. with a few exceptions.  The Bachmann Tri-Level sits an extra foot taller than this prototype, plus the original features only four braces per side.  The Bachmann model is also noted for having unloading ramps on both ends; while the prototypes have them on only one end.  The lack of a "fish belly" underframe is also mentioned by RMC's reviewer.

Please note that this site was created for use by those with an interest in HO-scale model trains and does not represent the current Bachmann line available today. The author is not affiliated with, nor representing Bachmann in any way. I do not have items available for sale, nor do I have information regarding repair or replacement parts, etc.
This site is intended for your enjoyment and information only.