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HO Scale - ExactRail - EE-1216-1 - 89 Foot ACF Vert-A-Pac Automobile Carrier Car - Baltimore & Ohio - 801918


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Brand/Importer ExactRail
Stock Number EE-1216-1
Original Retail Price $39.95
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Body Style Description ACF Vert-A-Pac 89 Foot Automobile Carrier
Road/Company Name Baltimore & Ohio (Details)
Road Letters/Reporting Mark TTVX
Road/Reporting Number 801918
Paint Color(s) Brown and Mustard Yellow with white topped ends
Print Color(s) Black, Blue, Red, White, and Yellow
Body Construction Injection Molded Plastic
Coupler Type Kadee Magnetic Knuckle
Wheel-Set Type/Construction Chemically Blackened Metal
Wheel Profile RP25
Recommended Age Group 14+
Announcement Date 2011-01-01
Release Date 2011-03-01
Item Category Rolling Stock
Model Type Automobile Carrier Car
Model Subtype 89 Foot
Model Variety ACF Vert-A-Pac
Prototype Description 89 Foot ACF Vert-A-Pac Automobile Carrier Car
Region North America
Era/Epoch Era IV: 1958 - 1978


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Recommended Age Group Information: Recommended For Age Group 14 and Older



Brand/Importer Information: Dedicated to creating replicas that continue to define standards for precision and authenticity, through its unique expertise in mold creation and product design, Provo, Utah based ExactRail has produced some of the industry's most acclaimed models; true benchmarks for quality over the last decade.

Body Style Information: Fitted with body mounted long shank couplers, ExactRail "Low Boy" 70 ton low profile Barber trucks, and 28 inch precision CNC machined wheel-sets, the HO Scale Vert-A-Pac models will accommodate 22-inch radius curves.

Road/Company Information: The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (reporting marks B&O, BO) is one of the oldest railroads in the United States and the first common carrier railroad. It came into being mostly because the city of Baltimore wanted to compete with the newly constructed Erie Canal (which served New York City) and another canal being proposed by Pennsylvania, which would have connected Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. At first this railroad was located entirely in the state of Maryland with an original line from the port of Baltimore west to Sandy Hook. At this point to continue westward, it had to cross into Virginia (now West Virginia) over the Potomac River, adjacent to the confluence of the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers. From there it passed through Virginia from Harpers Ferry to a point just west of the junction of Patterson Creek and the North Branch Potomac River where it crossed back into Maryland to reach Cumberland. From there it was extended to the Ohio River at Wheeling and a few years later also to Parkersburg, West Virginia.

It is now part of the CSX Transportation (CSX) network, and includes the oldest operational railroad bridge in the USA. The B&O also included the Leiper Railroad, the first permanent horse-drawn railroad in the U.S. In later years, B&O advertising carried the motto: "Linking 13 Great States with the Nation." Part of the B&O Railroad's immortality has come from being one of the four featured railroads on the U.S. version of the board game Monopoly, but it is the only railroad on the board which did not serve Atlantic City, New Jersey, directly.

When CSX established the B&O Railroad Museum as a separate entity from the corporation, some of the former B&O Mount Clare Shops in Baltimore, including the Mt. Clare roundhouse, were donated to the museum while the rest of the property was sold. The B&O Warehouse at the Camden Yards rail junction in Baltimore now dominates the view over the right-field wall at the Baltimore Orioles' current home, Oriole Park at Camden Yards.

At the end of 1970 B&O operated 5552 miles of road and 10449 miles of track, not including the Staten Island Rapid Transit (SIRT) or the Reading and its subsidiaries.

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