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33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
33' 2-Bay Hoppers Feature:
• Fine Printing
• Fine Injection Details
• Realistic Loads by Hay Brothers
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
• Sold & Packaged as 2-Packs
• Crystal Clear Plastic, Stackable Cases
• Manufactured with great details by Bowser Mfg.
Pennsylvania
#FT-2001   Pennsylvania  
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea. • $42.00
Set #1: Road #TBA, TBA • November 2006
Set #2: Road #TBA, TBA • November 2006
Set #3: Road #TBA, TBA • November 2006
Set #1

$42.00
Set #2

$42.00
Set #3

$42.00
ATSF
#FT-2002   ATSF  
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea. • $42.00
Set #1: Road #TBA, TBA • November 2006
Set #2: Road #TBA, TBA • November 2006
Set #3: Road #TBA, TBA • November 2006
Set #1

$42.00
Set #2

$42.00
Set #3

$42.00
Chicago and Eastern Illinois
#FT-2003   Chicago & Eastern Illinois  
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea. • $42.00
Set #1: Road #TBA, TBA • December 2006
Set #2: Road #TBA, TBA • December 2006
Set #3: Road #TBA, TBA • December 2006
Set #1

$42.00
Set #2

$42.00
Set #3

$42.00
Southern Railway
#FT-2004B&7R   Southern Railway  
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea. • $42.00
Set #1: • February 2007         Set #4: • February 2007
Set #2: • February 2007         Set #5: • February 2007
Set #3: • February 2007         Set #6: • February 2007
Set #1

Set #4
Set #2

Set #5
Set #3

Set #6
Reading
#FT-2005   Reading  
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea. • $42.00
Set #1: Road #TBA, TBA • January 2007
Set #2: Road #TBA, TBA • January 2007
Set #3: Road #TBA, TBA • January 2007
Set #1

$42.00
Set #2

$42.00
Set #3

$42.00
Southern Pacific
#FT-2006   Southern Pacific  
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea. • $42.00
Set #1: Road #13224, 13234 • 2007
Set #2: Road #13236, 13244 • 2007
Set #3: Road #13245, 13248 • 2007
Set #1

$42.00
Set #2

$42.00
Set #3

$42.00
Bill Kronenberger Tribute Set
Pennsylvania
#FT-2008   Pennsylvania  
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea. • $42.00
Set #1: Road #TBA, TBA • April 2007
Set #2: Road #TBA, TBA • April 2007
Set #3: Road #TBA, TBA • April 2007
Set #1

$42.00
Set #2

$42.00
Set #3

$42.00
Union Pacific
#FT-2009   Union Pacific  
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea. • $42.00
Set #1: Road #85856, 85868 • October 2007
Set #2: Road #85859, 85874 • October 2007
Set #3: Road #85864, 85877 • October 2007
Set #1

$42.00
Set #2

$42.00
Set #3

$42.00
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad
#FT-2010   Baltimore & Ohio  
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea. • $42.00
Set #1: Road #TBA, TBA • August 2007
Set #2: Road #TBA, TBA • August 2007
Set #3: Road #TBA, TBA • August 2007
Set #1

$42.00
Set #2

$42.00
Set #3

$42.00
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy
#FT-2011   CB&Q  
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea. • $42.00
Set #1: Road #189302, 189328 • December 2007
Set #2: Road #189308, 189398 • December 2007
Set #1

$42.00
Set #2

$42.00
WESTERN MARYLAND (Speed)
#FT-2012   WM (Speed)  
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea. • $42.00
Set #1: Road #TBA, TBA • September 2007
Set #2: Road #TBA, TBA • September 2007
Set #3: Road #TBA, TBA • September 2007
Set #1

$42.00
Set #2

$42.00
Set #3

$42.00
Peabody
#FT-2013   Peabody  
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea. • $42.00
Set #1: Road #6407, 6435 • May 2008
Set #2: Road #6425, 6444 • May 2008
Set #3: Road #6433, 6448 • May 2008
Set #1

$42.00
Set #2

$42.00
Set #3

$42.00
Lehigh Valley
#FT-2014   Lehigh Valley  
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea. • $42.00
Set #1: Road #TBA, TBA • January 2008
Set #2: Road #TBA, TBA • January 2008
Set #3: Road #TBA, TBA • January 2008
Set #1

$42.00
Set #2

$42.00
Set #3

$42.00
Lehigh Valley Railroad
#FT-2014B   Lehigh Valley
• 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $44.00 retail ea.
Set #1: Road #LV 25238, LV 25255 • August 2015
Set #1

$44.00
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
The Lehigh Valley Railroad (LV)  was built for the purpose of transporting anthracite coal. Known as the Route of the Black Diamond, it served New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York with coal, freight and a passenger system. Named in 1853, it grew by new construction and by consolidation with existing railroads. The early 1900's saw headquarters moved from Philadelphia to New York City and in 1918 the passenger terminus became PRR's Pennsylvania Station in New York City.  The LV, like so many other Railroads after WWII, began a steady decline in the face of trucking and oil heat for homes. Eventually the LV became part of Penn Central, and in 1976 it's properties were assumed by CONRAIL.
Erie
#FT-2015   Erie  
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea. • $42.00
Set #1: Road #220602, 220629 • March 2008
Set #2: Road #220623, 220635 • March 2008
Set #1

$42.00
Set #2

$42.00
Canadian National
#FT-2016   Canadian National  
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea. • $42.00
Set #1: Road #TBA, TBA • February 2008
Set #2: Road #TBA, TBA • February 2008
Set #1

$42.00
Set #2

$42.00
Southern Pacific
#FT-2017   Southern Pacific  
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea. • $42.00
Set #1: Road #470401, 470448 • June 2008
Set #2: Road #470423, 470452 • June 2008
Set #3: Road #470432, 470466 • June 2008
Set #1

$42.00
Set #2

$42.00
Set #3

$42.00
New York Central
#FT-2018   New York Central  
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea. • $42.00
Set #1: Road #838002, 838012 • July 2008
Set #2: Road #838007, 838025 • July 2008
Set #1

$42.00
Set #2

$42.00
Virginian
#FT-2019   Virginian  
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea. • $42.00
Set #1: Road #TBA, TBA • August 2008
Set #2: Road #TBA, TBA • August 2008
Set #1

$42.00
Set #2

$42.00
Norfolk & Western
#FT-2020   Norfolk & Western  
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea. • $42.00
Set #1: Road #TBA, TBA • November 2008
Set #2: Road #TBA, TBA • November 2008
Set #1

$42.00
Set #2

$42.00
Colorado & Southern
#FT-2021   Colorado & Southern  
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea. • $42.00
Set #1: Road #18001, 18045 • March 2009
Set #2: Road #18001, 18045 • March 2009
Set #1

$42.00
Set #2

$42.00
Burlington Northern
#FT-2022   Burlington Northern  
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea. • $42.00
Set #1: Road #508901, 508924 • November 2008
Set #2: Road #508903, 508936 • November 2008
Set #3: Road #508909, 508948 • November 2008
Set #1

$42.00
Set #2

$42.00
Set #3

$42.00
Louisville & Nashville
#FT-2023   L&N  
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea.
Set #1: Road #89607, 89638 • September 2008
Set #2: Road #89633, 89652 • September 2008
Set #1

$42.00
Set #2

$42.00
The printing, white on a deep rust car, features three different size fonts for the data, all crisp and clear.
Denver & Rio Grande Western
#FT-2024   D&RGW  
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea. • $42.00
Set #1: Road #18202, 18279 • June 2009
Set #2: Road #18256, 18283 • June 2009
Set #1

$42.00
Set #2

$42.00
Western Maryland
#FT-2025   Western Maryland  
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea.
Set #1: Road #WM 10824, #WM 10867 • May 2009
Set #2: Road #WM 10833, #WM 10878 • April 2011
Set #1

$42.00
Set #2

$42.00
Painted to a slight sheen inside and out, and equipped with custom Hay Brothers coal loads.
Pennsylvania (Shadow Keystone)
#FT-2026   Pennsylvania  
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea. • $42.00
Set #1: Road #220309, 220333 • August 2009
Set #2: Road #220320, 220372 • August 2009
Set #2: Road #220327, 220399 • August 2009
Set #1

$42.00
Set #2

$42.00
Set #3

$42.00
Akron, Canton & Youngstown
#FT-2027   ACY  
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea. • $42.00
Set #1: Road #7023, 7059 • May 2009
Set #1

$42.00
Pennsylvania RR -Maintenance of Way-
#FT-2028   Pennsylvania MoW  
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea. • $42.00
Set #1: Road #494736, 494738 • December 2009
Set #2: Road #494737, 494739 • December 2009
Set #1

$42.00
Set #2

$42.00
ZSM Special Commission
Seaboard Air Line
#FT-2029   Seaboard  
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea.
Set #1: Road #36211, 36238 • June 2010
Set #2: Road #36222, 36257 • June 2010
Set #1

$42.00
Set #2

$42.00
Seaboards will be right at home in a mixed consist with ACL, FEC, L&N, Clinchfield, Southern, and Chessie.
Western Pacific
#FT-2030   Western Pacific  
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea. • $42.00
Set #1: Road #WP 10311, 10375 • May 2010
Set #2: Road #WP 10324, 10392 • May 2010
Set #1

$42.00
Set #2

$42.00
The Western Pacific originated in 1900 as the Alameda and San Joaquin Railroad.
Collector Pack #19
Waddell Coal Mining Co.
#FT-2031   Waddell Coal
• 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea. • $42.00
Set #1: Road #101, 103 • August 2010
Set #2: Road #102, 104 • August 2010
Set #1

$42.00
Set #2

$42.00
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
The Waddell Coal Co. came into being in the late 1800's when their breaker was built in Winton, near Scranton, located in Pennsylvania's northern anthracite coal region. Originally serviced by the New York, Ontario and Western Railway, which operated in Northern NJ, Upstate NY, and Northeastern PA, improvements were made in the early 1900's and coal from the local mines was washed, sorted, and distributed by the O&W, as was milk and dairy products, mainly to the New York City metropolitan area. With the advent of new roads, trucking, and the decline of home-heating coal, the O&W and hence the Waddell Breaker fell into disrepair. By the late 1930's while the O&W neared bankruptcy, the Waddell Coal Co. continued to clean and distribute coal to rural areas along the rail line. In the early 1950's the Company bought five of the O&W's small ribbed twin-bay hoppers, and had the shops paint them in a striking orange, black and white scheme, to advertise and distribute their coal to local merchants. Although fires destroyed parts of the Waddell Breaker complex over the next twenty years, coal continued to be processed there through the 1980's! Demolished in 2003, a housing development is now planned for the site.
Atlantic Coast Line
#FT-2032   ACL
• 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea.
Set #1: Road #80220, 80235 • November 2010
Set #1

$44.00
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
The Atlantic Coast Line Railroad (ACL) was an American railroad that existed between 1898 and July 1, 1967, when it merged with the Seaboard Air Line Railroad, its long-time rival, to form the Seaboard Coast Line Railroad. The company was headquartered in Jacksonville, FL (Wilmington, NC before 1961). The ACL bought the large Louisville and Nashville Railroad system on November 1, 1902, but kept operations separate for its entire life.  Though a great coastal freight hauler, the ACL was renowned for it's Royal Purple diesel fleet, and exquisite Eastern USA passenger service down into Florida.  After several more mergers and consolidations, the former ACL is now part of CSX Transportation, also headquartered in Jacksonville.
Northern Pacific
#FT-2033   Northern Pacific
• 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea. • $42.00
Set #1: Road #70024, 70033 • October 2010
Set #1

$42.00
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
The Northern Pacific Railway (NP) operated in the Western USA along the Canadian border.  Construction began in 1871 and the main line opened all the way from the Great Lakes to the Pacific Ocean when former president Ulysses S. Grant drove in the final "golden spike" in central Montana on Sept. 8, 1883.  The railroad served a large area, including extensive trackage in the states of Idaho, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, Oregon, Washington and Wisconsin. In addition the company had international lines to Winnipeg, Manitoba and south eastern British Columbia, Canada. Moving into the 20th century the Northern Pacific had a record of steady improvement.  Together with the Great Northern, the Northern Pacific also gained control of the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad, gaining important access to Chicago, the central Middle West and Texas, as well as the Spokane, Portland and Seattle Railway, an important route through eastern and southern Washington.
Central Vermont
#FT-2036   CV 2-Pack
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea.

• Set #1: Road #30033, 30047 • May 2011
Set #1

$42.00
The Central Vermont Railway (CV) was a railroad that operated in the New England states of CT, MA, VT, NY as well as the Canadian province of Quebec. It connected Montreal, Quebec, with New London, CT, as well as to Boston, MA; chartered in 1843.
Lehigh Valley (1943 Black)
#FT-2037   Lehigh Valley  
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea. • $42.00
Set #1: Road #12623, 12655 • March 2011
Set #1

$42.00
Chessie MOONSHINE
#FT-2040   Chessie Moonshine  
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea. • $42.00
Set #1: Road #318682, 318687 • June 2012
Set #2: Road #318686, 318688 • June 2012
Set #1

$42.00
Set #2

$42.00
ALASKA RR
#FT-2041   ALASKA RR
• 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea.
Set #1: Road #ARR 6012, 6021 • October 2013
Set #2: Road #ARR 6018, 6025 • October 2013
Set #1

$44.00
Set #2

$44.00
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
The Alaska Railroad (ARR) is owned by that US American State and extends from the Costal and Port cities of Seward and Whittier, in the South, through Anchorage, to Fairbanks and beyond in its interior. Carrying both freight and passengers through its near 500 mile long system, the ARR is connected to the Lower 48 States via three rail barges to Seattle, WA!
DL&W (LACKAWANNA)
#FT-2045   DL&W
• 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea.
Set #1: Road #82212, #82217 • September 2013
Set #1

$42.00
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
The Delaware, Lackawanna & Western RR Company (DL&W or Lackawanna) connected Hoboken, NJ and the New York City area, to Great Lakes, Ontario and Erie, a distance of about 400 miles to the west. In between, DL&W served Utica, NY to the North, and the Anthracite Coal Fields of North East Pennsylvania. Incorperated in 1853, the DL&W was profitable during the first two decades of the twentieth century, but its margins were gradually hurt by declining traffic in coal, competition from the trucking industry, and high New Jersey taxes. In 1960, the DL&W merged with rival Erie Railroad to form Erie Lackawanna RR.
FORD
#FT-2047   FORD  2-Pack
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $44.00 retail ea.

• Set #1: Road #FRDX 2351, #FRDX 2362 • August 2014
Set #1

$44.00
The hopper cars employed at The Rouge were painted yellow to signify their use only there, and could not be interchanged. The rest of the American FORD fleet was painted the more usual black. 
FORD
#FT-2048   FORD  2-Pack
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $44.00 retail ea.

• Set #1: Road #FRDX 1802, #FRDX 1823 • September 2014
Set #1

$44.00
The American FORD hopper fleet, painted in a customary black livery, was busy hauling coal, ores and all sorts of rocks, minerals and salts back to The Rouge!
FORD
#FT-2047/2048   FORD
• 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $44.00 retail ea.
Set #1: Road #FRDX 2375, #FRDX 1836 • July 2015
Set #1

$44.00
• Collector Set #37
• Road #FRDX 2375 (yellow)
• Road #FRDX 1836 (black)

Yellow Road #FRDX 2375
The hopper cars employed at The Rouge were painted yellow to signify their use only there, and could not be interchanged. The rest of the American FORD fleet was painted the more usual black.

Black Road #FRDX 1836
The American FORD hopper fleet, painted in a customary black livery, was busy hauling coal, ores and all sorts of rocks, minerals and salts back to The River Rouge Complex!
NORTHERN LIGHT & POWER
#FT-2049   Northern Light & Power  
  • 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $44.00 retail ea.
Set #1: Road #NLPX 72856, #72983 • October 2014
Set #2: Road #NLPX 72902, #73267 • October 2014
Set #1

$44.00
Set #2

$44.00
Equipped with our Full Throttle couplers,
Rust-color trucks with metal wheelsets and
Hay Brothers detailed coal loads.
Denver & Rio Grande Western
#FT-2057   D&RGW
• 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hopper Supplement
  $23.00 retail ea.
Single: Road #82639 • September 2016
Single

$23.00
Due to how quickly the D&RGW 2-Pack (below) sold out, a single road number is now available but in very short supply.
The Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad (DRGW), generally referred to as the Rio Grande, was a major origin of coal and mineral traffic, with a motto of "Through the Rockies, not around them."  The Rio Grande was the epitome of mountain railroading, operating the highest mainline rail line in the USA and ran famed routes through the Moffat Tunnel and the Royal Gorge.  In 1988, Rio Grande Industries, the company that controlled the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad purchased the Southern Pacific Railroad.  The combined company took the Southern Pacific (SP) name due to its name recognition among shippers.  By the early 1990s, the D&RGW became largely dependent on hauling the high-quality coal produced in the mine fields of Colorado and Utah.  In 1996 the D&RGW was sold and merged into the Union Pacific Railroad.
Denver & Rio Grande Western
#FT-2057   D&RGW
• 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hoppers
  $44.00 retail ea.
Set #1: Road #82597, #82682 • September 2016
Set #2: Road #82586, #82667 • January 2017
Set #1

$44.00
Set #2

$44.00
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
The Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad (DRGW), generally referred to as the Rio Grande, was a major origin of coal and mineral traffic, with a motto of "Through the Rockies, not around them."  The Rio Grande was the epitome of mountain railroading, operating the highest mainline rail line in the USA and ran famed routes through the Moffat Tunnel and the Royal Gorge.  In 1988, Rio Grande Industries, the company that controlled the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad purchased the Southern Pacific Railroad.  The combined company took the Southern Pacific (SP) name due to its name recognition among shippers.  By the early 1990s, the D&RGW became largely dependent on hauling the high-quality coal produced in the mine fields of Colorado and Utah.  In 1996 the D&RGW was sold and merged into the Union Pacific Railroad.
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