All Door Box Car
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
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

Streamline Cupola Caboose
Burlington Northern

Streamline Cupola Caboose
Canadian National

Streamline Cupola Caboose
Chessie System
-1982 Release

Streamline Cupola Caboose
CP Rail

Streamline Cupola Caboose

Bachmann Reading Caboose

Streamline Cupola Caboose
No. 1041

Streamline Cupola Caboose
Red #128

Streamline Cupola Caboose
Santa Fe 
No. 1040

Streamline Cupola Caboose
Union Pacific 

Bachmann's streamline cupola caboose has at least two variations. The original tooling features a fully detailed smoke stack on the roof; another version that came later has a stubby stack.

This model has found itself including in numerous Bachmann train set offerings over its tenure in the line. As such, you'll find a number of paint variations for the same roadnames. The Santa Fe and Union Pacific examples come to mind. These variations range from multi-color examples with silver accents and stamped lettering to simple cast colored plastic examples with simple stamp lettering.

This Bachmann Caboose appears to follow the prototype of the CB&Q's mid 1950s Class NE12 Steel Caboose. The Burlington constructed their fleet in the railroad's Lincoln, Nebraska shops. The CB&Q and successor Burlington Northern were the only owners to my knowledge of this prototype. For further information on the Class NE12 Caboose, see "Waycars of the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy" by Holrook and Lorenz published by Prototype Modeler in 1978.

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