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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.
Collector Pack #43
Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway
#FT-8007/8008   BNSF
• Full Throttle / Pennzee 100-Ton Hoppers
  $48.00 retail ea. • $48.00
Set #1: Road #616424, #646628 (Red) • May 2018
Set #1

$48.00
• Hay Brothers detailed loads
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
In 1995, the Burlington Northern RR merged with the ATSF RR to form the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway. The new railroad began fully merged operations in 1996, and in 2005 its name was shortened to BNSF Railway. Many of the large 45-foot hoppers were owned by both Railroads. BNSF repainted or patched many of these hoppers with their BNSF "SWOOSH" logo and they continue to be in service, today! Still a common sight on American rails currently, over 130,000 of the 90/100-ton, 45-foot, three-bay hoppers were produced in the 1960’s. Many different rail lines and manufacturers built these popular haulers, Bethlehem Steel and ACF supplying prefabricated kits to myriad railroads.
Pennsylvania RR
#FT-8014   Pennsylvania RR
• Full Throttle / Pennzee 100-Ton Hoppers
  $48.00 retail ea. • $48.00
Set #1: Road #PRR 180224, 180273 • July 2017
Set #2: Road #PRR 180236, 180297 • July 2017
Any 2-Pack

$48.00
Set #1

$48.00
Set #2

$48.00
This is an exclusive PRR release sold only at zscalemonster.com. Build up your PRR Hopper fleet with this special run.
Many myths abound concerning the "Yellow Dot" on the large Pennsy open hoppers! The H43s were the last and largest-capacity production class group of open hoppers still using 33" wheels introduced by the Pennsylvania Railroad. Many of Pennsy's 7,500 H43s were fabricated at the Sam Rea Shops in Holidaysburg, PA and another 4,000 were added to the fleet by Penn Central RR, later. The basic design became "standard," had riveted side stakes, and throughout the country, almost 50,000 very similar cars were built by 1978. Pennsy H43s wore a large "Yellow Disc" painted on at the shop, dedicating the car to Unit Train Service for optimum utilization and preventing general interchange use. The "Yellow Ball" was simply a convenience to walking car checkers for yard inventory and assembling unit coal train consists. No PRR H43s were built without the "Yellow Dot" and no other PRR Classes had it.
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
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
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.
Need specific load styles to suit your layout?     Hay Brothers produces many different and very realistic styles available separately.
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