Western Maryland Boxcar
|Road Name:||Western Maryland|
This boxcar gives a lot of space for transporting goods. This car is found on a variety of freight trains, however this boxcar can only be pulled by either the Santa Fe GE-U25-B or the Santa Fe FA-1 Bulldog Nose. This is because of the knuckle coupler in the front. This model is under the "Western Maryland Fast Freight Line" road name. The model features moving doors, handrails, roof walks, and many other details all over the boxcar. There is also a lot of lettering on the outside, including the specifications for the boxcar. The interior is empty, allowing many things to be placed inside. The boxcar itself is one of the main freight hauling cars on railroads. Railways around the world use it to move goods from one place to another. The only problem we have is that we had to put a weight inside to keep it from tipping over around curves, but other than that it is a great car.