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Center-Flow Hopper
Alcan Chemcial Products

This yellow Alcan Chemical Products Center-Flow Hopper is from a TYCO promotional train set offering.  The contents of the promotional train set and its time of availability are unknown.  Thanks to Tony Lucio for picture and information on this model. 

Center-Flow Hopper Domino Sugar

Center-Flow Hopper
Domino Sugar
No. 358-C

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Center-Flow Hopper
No. 358-A -1972 Release

Center-Flow Hopper
Maxwell House Coffee
No. 358-D -1974 Release

Center-Flow Hopper
Morton Salt
No. 358-B -1972 Release

Center-Flow Hopper Old Dutch Cleanser

Center-Flow Hopper
Old Dutch Cleanser
No. 358-F -1974 Release
TYCO's pre-production Old Dutcher Cleanser Hopper seen at the bottom of this page differs from regular run examples.  The red section on the prototype is larger than what is found on standard run examples and the reporting marks are found on the right side of the production models not found on the early catalog model.  Thanks to Tony Lucio for info regarding paint variations.

Center-Flow Hopper
Sanka Coffee 
No. 358-E -1974 Release

Early Center-Flow Hoppers

The 54-foot Center Flow Hopper carries the model number 358 and first appears in the 1972-73 catalog. There it is shown in only two roadnames, Morton Salt and Kellogg's.  The car remained a standard offering for TYCO for many years, available in many "billboard" names. Letter designations following the model number, 358, arrive in the 1975-76 catalog for each name. For example, adding an "A" makes the 358-A the Kellogg's car.