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Congress enacted the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 and we must now note that these ARE NOT TOYS, AND ARE NOT INTENDED FOR USE BY CHILDREN UNDER AGE OF 14. These products are Model Railroad Equipment and Accessories intended for use by adults.
100-Ton Rib-Side 3-Bay Hoppers
100-Ton 3-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.
Ontario Northland
#FT-8015   Ontario Northland
• Full Throttle / Pennzee 100-Ton Hoppers
  $48.00 retail ea. • $48.00
Set #1: Road #ONT 6023, #6059 • November 2016
Set #1

$48.00
• Hay Brothers detailed loads
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
The Ontario Northland Railway (ONT) is a Canadian railway in operation since 1902 and headquartered in North Bay, Ontario. It's mainline is located entirely in Ontario, but has spurs reaching into Quebec. Important for the economic growth of the province, during construction through the Canadian Shield, valuable minerals, gold, silver, copper and nickel were discovered. Other commercial ores and the forests of Northern Ontario became exposed via the railroad.
Susquehanna • Susie-Q
#FT-8016   Susquehanna
• Full Throttle / Pennzee 100-Ton Hoppers
  $48.00 retail ea. • $48.00
Set #1: Road #NYSW 101, 126 • January 2018
Set #2: Road #NYSW 103, 138 • January 2018
Any 2-Pack

$48.00
Set #1

$48.00
Set #2

$48.00
• Hay Brothers detailed loads
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
The New York, Susquehanna & Western Railway (NYSW) (a.k.a. Susie-Q or Susquehanna) is a Class II American freight railway operating over 500 miles of track in the northeastern states of New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. It was formed in 1881 from the merger of several smaller railroads. Passenger service in Northern New Jersey was offered until 1966. Always an anthracite hauler, the railroad was purchased by the Delaware Otsego Corporation in 1980, and became a regional player in the intermodal freight transport business. A pair of Open 45’ 100-Ton Hoppers for this modern Railroad, coal loads crafted by Hay Brothers.
Delaware & Hudson
#FT-8017   Delaware & Hudson
• Full Throttle / Pennzee 100-Ton Hoppers
  $48.00 retail ea. • $48.00
Set #1: Road #D&H 1108, 1153 • February 2017
Set #2: Road #D&H 1126, 1175 • February 2017
Set #1

$48.00
Set #2

 
• Hay Brothers detailed loads
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
Designed in 1960 by the N&W as the H-11 class, eventually the height was raised to 12' 3", giving it 3433 cubic feet and a weight capacity of 90-100 tons. Over 130,000 were built by Pullman, Greenville, and Trinity, with Bethlehem Steel and ACF supplying prefab kits to many railroads. The Delaware and Hudson Railway (D&H) is our country's oldest still-surviving transportation company operating for three centuries now. Since 1991 it has been a subsidiary of the Canadian Pacific Railway. Originating in 1823 as a canal, the D&H was always known as "The Bridge" connecting PA and NY to Canada. The D&H system came together through takeovers of smaller railroads, and Pennsylvania anthracite coal, the major commodity throughout the Steam to Diesel era while gaining some renown for passenger service. Historically aided by the NYCRR, when Penn Central failed in the 1970's the government gave D&H broader trackage rights, even over Conrail, and operations extended southward into New Jersey, Philadelphia and Washington D.C., as well as westward into the Great Lakes. In 1981, Guilford Transportation took the helm and finally the CPR bought and merged the D&H into it's vast system.
CSX • Western Maryland Railway
#FT-8023   CSX • WM
• Full Throttle / Pennzee 100-Ton Hoppers
  $54.00 retail ea. • $54.00
Set #1: Road #WM 830091, 830168 • April 2021
Set #1

$54.00
• Hay Brothers detailed loads
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
These were the State-of-the Art coal hoppers when CSX Transportation became it's own entity in the 1980's. after inheriting many, many 100-Tonners from all their mergers, an aggressive purchasing program ensued to create a most formidable coaling fleet! With the advent of Rotary Dumping these cars, today, remain a staple for hauling super-large quantities of coal to electric plants and other coal-burning facilities. Honoring the three integral Rail Lines (WM, B&O, C&O) forming the CSXT conglomerate, the reporting marks of each was kept as part of the identification of the older cars. These are representative of the last 60 years for the coal industry! When CSX Transportation (CSXT), one of our four primary National rail lines, finally gained it's own identity in 1987, an energetic purchasing and repainting program began. Big 100-Ton hoppers were added to a whopping fleet acquired from all the mergers. As tribute to three main Railroads of the consolidation, CSX kept the reporting marks of each as part of the identification of the inherited cars! (WM, C&O, B&O) Here's a pair of the massive hoppers originally employed by Western Maryland Railway.
The Western Maryland Railway (WM) operated in Maryland, West Virginia and Pennsylvania, and was primarily a coal hauling and freight railroad, with a small passenger train operation. The lumber trade was also important to the WM and it's fast freight service was appreciated by the clients. In 1964, the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway (C&O) and the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (B&O) jointly filed for permission to acquire control of the Western Maryland Railway and it became part of the Chessie System which, eventually in 1987, became part of CSX Transportation.
CSXT • CSX Transportation
#FT-8024   CSXT
• Full Throttle / Pennzee 100-Ton Hoppers
  $54.00 retail ea. • $54.00
Set #1: Road #CSXT 800428, 800522 • May 2021
Set #1

$54.00
• Hay Brothers detailed loads
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
This MAY 2021 offering represents the first purchases by CSXT for, what was to become, their immense coaling fleet! With the advent of Rotary Couplers and Revolving Dumping these cars, today, remain a staple for hauling super-large quantities of coal to electric plants and other coal-burning facilities. They are exemplary of the last 60 years for the coal industry!
CSX Transportation , one of our four primary National rail lines, serves 23 States in the Eastern USA and the Canadian Provinces of Ontario and Quebec with over 70 ocean, river and lake port terminals along the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts, the Mississippi R., the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence Seaway. It's slogan is "How Tomorrow Moves," and it's name comes from the merger of the "C" Chessie and "S" Seaboard Rail Systems, with the "X" connoting "Consolidated." Both Chessie and Seaboard Systems had been comprised of mergers and acquisitions of all the major eastern USA rail lines, too numerous to mention! Not until 1987 did CSX have it's own identity and purchasing and painting of equipment could begin. In 1998, permission was granted to split-up the assets of CONRAIL (a government-owned corporation formed from the ailing NYC and PRR railroads) between CSX and Norfolk Southern railroads.
Burlington Northern
#FT-8029   Burlington Northern
• Full Throttle / Pennzee 100-Ton Hoppers
  $54.00 retail ea.
Set #1: Road #BN 522082, 529095 • February 2021
Set #2: Road #BN 522096, 529052 • February 2021
Set #1

 
Set #2

 
• Hay Brothers detailed loads
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
In the course of coal unloading procedures at modern facilities, the revolving dumper was ideated. This was a piece of track enveloped by a huge turning mechanism which surrounded and locked the coal car in place, thus allowing the mechanism to rotate on an axis and dump the load from the topside, instead of the traditional gravity dumping via the hopper doors at the bottom. The use of a spinning rotary coupler in it's yoke, engaged the car within the mechanism allowing this method of quick and expedited dumping. Usually, the forward end panels of the hopper were painted a contrasting color to denote placement of the peculiar coupler. The use of this method has led to the end of the traditional hopper, and top gons, bathtubs and coal porters are taking it's place. Eventually, new technology using rotary couplers at each end of the car, allowed dumping without uncoupling from the consist, further saving time in the dumping routine!
The Burlington Northern Railroad was formed in 1970 from the merger of four large railroads, the Great Northern, Northern Pacific, Spokane, Portland and Seattle, and the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy. It serviced the Central US, most of the Midwestern States, and the Pacific Northwest. Merging with the ATSF in 1996 it became BNSF, Burlington Northern Santa Fe, one of the four major railroads in the USA!
Need specific load styles to suit your layout?     Hay Brothers produces many different and very realistic styles available separately.
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