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Quick Look: Atlas O Pullman-Bradley coach

Read this review from the February 2019 Model Railroader
Atlas O Pullman-Bradley coach

A Pullman-Bradley 10-paired-window lightweight coach has been added to Atlas O’s Trainman line. The model features a cleverly designed three-piece plastic body, factory-installed and painted wire grab irons, and sprung side vestibule doors.

The Atlas O model is based on a car built by Pullman-Standard’s Osgood Bradley shops in Worcester, Mass. Our sample is decorated as New York, New Haven & Hartford coach no. 8267, part of a 20-car order built in 1936. The NH cars originally had full skirting, but it was removed by 1950. The Atlas model depicts a deskirted car.

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