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Brown Box Era HO-Scale Trains
50ft. Box Car

Found among many HO-scale model trains lines is the 50-foot plug door box car.  TYCO examples will have two slots on the car shell's lower sill area.  TYCO 50' Box Car offerings also have the TYCO name on the underframe and Made In Hong Kong.  TYCO utilitzed the same 50' Box Car tooling to produce a variety of rolling stock offerings.  This same 50' Box Car, stock number 339, is also found as TYCO's Bicentennial Box Cars (No.362); Commemorative Box Cars (No.363); Anniversary Car (No.364); Billboard Box Car (No.365); Super Hero Box Cars (No.368); and Old Time Box Car (No.374).  Should you not see a particular example on this page, it is likely to be found under one of the other names just listed and also found in this section of The TYCO Trains Resource.

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TYCO HO-Scale Trains

50-foot Box Car
Alaska Road
No. 339-J

TYCO Burlington Northern 50ft. Box Car

50-foot Box Car
Burlington Northern
No. 339-E
Though the green with white lettering example is the most common example of this model, TYCO did also produce a yellow car with black BN lettering.  The BN car's length of availability in the TYCO product line also provides for examples with open and also many with filled in steps. 

50-foot Box Car
Canada Dry
No. 339-Q
No TYCO catalog appearances for this 50ft. Box Car carrying Canada Dry markings.  In addition to this Canada Dry car, TYCO also produced a similar car lettered for Canada Dry that was stock number 365-B.  The difference between the two Canada Dry cars appears to be the roof and ends of the 365-B car are painted green; the 339-Q car pictured here is solid white.

TYCO HO-Scale Trains Resource

50-foot Box Car
CP Rail
No. 339-D
TYCO did apparently produce some lettering variations for the CP Rail 50' Plug Door Box Car.  Though all known examples feature the light blue car with black and white lettering, roadnumbers and/or the car's data info is different on certain production runs.  One example features a more condensed spacing to the CP Rail name and carries the roadnumber 9208; the other has a wider spaced CP Rail and carries roadnumber 56767.  Thanks to Tony Lucio for info on the car variations.

TYCO New Haven 50ft. Box Car

50-foot Box Car
New Haven
No. 339-B

50' Box Car RailBox (2nd Version)

50-foot Box Car
No. 339-F
TYCO offered at least two different RailBox decorated 50' plug door box cars.  Seen here is the 339-F example RailBox Box Car, also produced under the Billboard Box Car series was RailBox Billboard Box Car 365-F.  The Billboard Box Car example features a silver roof and ends with black doors.

TYCO HO-Scale Trains

50-foot Box Car
Santa Fe
No. 339-A 1st Version Brown Box -El Capitan

50-foot Box Car
Santa Fe
No. 339-A 2nd Version Brown Box

50-foot Box Car
Seasons Greetings
No. 339-S
Did not get coverage in any TYCO catalogs, the "77" on the car refers to the year of issue.  Have seen reference to a possible certificate included in the car, but don't have further information or confirmation.

50-foot Box Car
No. 339-P
This car was included in a Shop-Rite Supermarkets' promotional train set.  I do not have proof that it was sold as an individual item, however I have seen it packaged in a typical 1970s TYCO brown box and it was labeled for Shop-Rite and carried the stock number 339-P.  Neither this box car, nor the Shop-Rite train set found themselves pictured in TYCO's product catalogs at any point.

50-foot Box Car
No. 339-G
This TYCO 50-foot Box Car receives no catalog appearances and is thought to be part of a promotional train set offering.

IHC 50' Plug Door Box Car

In the years since TYCO's departure from the model train market, IHC (International Hobby Corp.) issued new versions of the tooling for the 50' Plug Door Box Car model. 
Below is a Reading decorated example from an IHC run.  The tooling used by IHC is the version featuring closed steps. 

Images displayed on this page are from a variety of sources including: eBay; The Tony Lucio Collection; TYCO catalogs and advertising.