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ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30258 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, Union Pacific #20719 ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30258 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, Union Pacific #20719

Union Pacific purchased two groups of 4,566 cubic foot Airslide hoppers, UP classes CH-100-48 and CH-100-49 in 1981 and 1982 respectively. They were delivered in "aluminum" (silver) paint including the trucks and featured red billboard lettering.

The GATC 4566 Cubic Foot Airslide Covered Hopper is approximately 9" taller than its 4180 cubic foot counterpart, making it a "Plate C" car. In comparison, the 4180 fits within the "Plate B" clearance diagram. This makes the 4566 visually distinctive.

First built in 1978, the 4566 was used for hauling bulk commodities such as chemicals, flour, starch, sugar, etc. GATC built nearly 1,000 4566 Airslides for a variety of private and railroad customers before production ended in 1985.  Today, many 4566s soldier on in their as-intended roles. Having been superseded by larger volume covered hopper designs, some 4566s have been demoted to buffer service for crude oil and ethanol unit trains.

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ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30257 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, Union Pacific (As-Built 1981) #20717 ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30257 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, Union Pacific (As-Built 1981) #20717

Union Pacific purchased two groups of 4,566 cubic foot Airslide hoppers, UP classes CH-100-48 and CH-100-49 in 1981 and 1982 respectively. They were delivered in "aluminum" (silver) paint including the trucks and featured red billboard lettering.

The GATC 4566 Cubic Foot Airslide Covered Hopper is approximately 9" taller than its 4180 cubic foot counterpart, making it a "Plate C" car. In comparison, the 4180 fits within the "Plate B" clearance diagram. This makes the 4566 visually distinctive.

First built in 1978, the 4566 was used for hauling bulk commodities such as chemicals, flour, starch, sugar, etc. GATC built nearly 1,000 4566 Airslides for a variety of private and railroad customers before production ended in 1985.  Today, many 4566s soldier on in their as-intended roles. Having been superseded by larger volume covered hopper designs, some 4566s have been demoted to buffer service for crude oil and ethanol unit trains.

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ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30256 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, Union Pacific (As-Built 1981) #20715 ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30256 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, Union Pacific (As-Built 1981) #20715

Union Pacific purchased two groups of 4,566 cubic foot Airslide hoppers, UP classes CH-100-48 and CH-100-49 in 1981 and 1982 respectively. They were delivered in "aluminum" (silver) paint including the trucks and featured red billboard lettering.

The GATC 4566 Cubic Foot Airslide Covered Hopper is approximately 9" taller than its 4180 cubic foot counterpart, making it a "Plate C" car. In comparison, the 4180 fits within the "Plate B" clearance diagram. This makes the 4566 visually distinctive.

First built in 1978, the 4566 was used for hauling bulk commodities such as chemicals, flour, starch, sugar, etc. GATC built nearly 1,000 4566 Airslides for a variety of private and railroad customers before production ended in 1985.  Today, many 4566s soldier on in their as-intended roles. Having been superseded by larger volume covered hopper designs, some 4566s have been demoted to buffer service for crude oil and ethanol unit trains.

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ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30255 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, Union Pacific #20710 ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30255 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, Union Pacific #20710

Union Pacific purchased two groups of 4,566 cubic foot Airslide hoppers, UP classes CH-100-48 and CH-100-49 in 1981 and 1982 respectively. They were delivered in "aluminum" (silver) paint including the trucks and featured red billboard lettering.

The GATC 4566 Cubic Foot Airslide Covered Hopper is approximately 9" taller than its 4180 cubic foot counterpart, making it a "Plate C" car. In comparison, the 4180 fits within the "Plate B" clearance diagram. This makes the 4566 visually distinctive.

First built in 1978, the 4566 was used for hauling bulk commodities such as chemicals, flour, starch, sugar, etc. GATC built nearly 1,000 4566 Airslides for a variety of private and railroad customers before production ended in 1985.  Today, many 4566s soldier on in their as-intended roles. Having been superseded by larger volume covered hopper designs, some 4566s have been demoted to buffer service for crude oil and ethanol unit trains.

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ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30254 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, Missouri Pacific #721989 ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30254 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, Missouri Pacific #721989

Built in 1982, MoPac's 4,566 cubic foot Airslide hoppers were delivered in an overall blue-gray scheme with large "Screaming Eagle" herald.

The GATC 4566 Cubic Foot Airslide Covered Hopper is approximately 9" taller than its 4180 cubic foot counterpart, making it a "Plate C" car. In comparison, the 4180 fits within the "Plate B" clearance diagram. This makes the 4566 visually distinctive.

First built in 1978, the 4566 was used for hauling bulk commodities such as chemicals, flour, starch, sugar, etc. GATC built nearly 1,000 4566 Airslides for a variety of private and railroad customers before production ended in 1985.  Today, many 4566s soldier on in their as-intended roles. Having been superseded by larger volume covered hopper designs, some 4566s have been demoted to buffer service for crude oil and ethanol unit trains.

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ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30253 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, Missouri Pacific #721969 ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30253 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, Missouri Pacific #721969

Built in 1982, MoPac's 4,566 cubic foot Airslide hoppers were delivered in an overall blue-gray scheme with large "Screaming Eagle" herald.

The GATC 4566 Cubic Foot Airslide Covered Hopper is approximately 9" taller than its 4180 cubic foot counterpart, making it a "Plate C" car. In comparison, the 4180 fits within the "Plate B" clearance diagram. This makes the 4566 visually distinctive.

First built in 1978, the 4566 was used for hauling bulk commodities such as chemicals, flour, starch, sugar, etc. GATC built nearly 1,000 4566 Airslides for a variety of private and railroad customers before production ended in 1985.  Today, many 4566s soldier on in their as-intended roles. Having been superseded by larger volume covered hopper designs, some 4566s have been demoted to buffer service for crude oil and ethanol unit trains.

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ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30252 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, Missouri Pacific #721954 ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30252 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, Missouri Pacific #721954

Built in 1982, MoPac's 4,566 cubic foot Airslide hoppers were delivered in an overall blue-gray scheme with large "Screaming Eagle" herald.

The GATC 4566 Cubic Foot Airslide Covered Hopper is approximately 9" taller than its 4180 cubic foot counterpart, making it a "Plate C" car. In comparison, the 4180 fits within the "Plate B" clearance diagram. This makes the 4566 visually distinctive.

First built in 1978, the 4566 was used for hauling bulk commodities such as chemicals, flour, starch, sugar, etc. GATC built nearly 1,000 4566 Airslides for a variety of private and railroad customers before production ended in 1985.  Today, many 4566s soldier on in their as-intended roles. Having been superseded by larger volume covered hopper designs, some 4566s have been demoted to buffer service for crude oil and ethanol unit trains.

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ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30251 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, Missouri Pacific #721952 ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30251 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, Missouri Pacific #721952

Built in 1982, MoPac's 4,566 cubic foot Airslide hoppers were delivered in an overall blue-gray scheme with large "Screaming Eagle" herald.

The GATC 4566 Cubic Foot Airslide Covered Hopper is approximately 9" taller than its 4180 cubic foot counterpart, making it a "Plate C" car. In comparison, the 4180 fits within the "Plate B" clearance diagram. This makes the 4566 visually distinctive.

First built in 1978, the 4566 was used for hauling bulk commodities such as chemicals, flour, starch, sugar, etc. GATC built nearly 1,000 4566 Airslides for a variety of private and railroad customers before production ended in 1985.  Today, many 4566s soldier on in their as-intended roles. Having been superseded by larger volume covered hopper designs, some 4566s have been demoted to buffer service for crude oil and ethanol unit trains.

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ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30250 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, GATX Corp. GACX (ex-ATW) #56325 ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30250 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, GATX Corp. GACX (ex-ATW) #56325

Originally built for shortline railroad Atlantic & Western Railway in 1984, these 4,566 cubic foot Airslide hoppers were returned to lessor GATX in the early 2000s and are now being used in "buffer car" service.

The GATC 4566 Cubic Foot Airslide Covered Hopper is approximately 9" taller than its 4180 cubic foot counterpart, making it a "Plate C" car. In comparison, the 4180 fits within the "Plate B" clearance diagram. This makes the 4566 visually distinctive.

First built in 1978, the 4566 was used for hauling bulk commodities such as chemicals, flour, starch, sugar, etc. GATC built nearly 1,000 4566 Airslides for a variety of private and railroad customers before production ended in 1985.  Today, many 4566s soldier on in their as-intended roles. Having been superseded by larger volume covered hopper designs, some 4566s have been demoted to buffer service for crude oil and ethanol unit trains.

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ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30249 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, GATX Corp. GACX (ex-ATW) #56322 ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30249 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, GATX Corp. GACX (ex-ATW) #56322

Originally built for shortline railroad Atlantic & Western Railway in 1984, these 4,566 cubic foot Airslide hoppers were returned to lessor GATX in the early 2000s and are now being used in "buffer car" service.

The GATC 4566 Cubic Foot Airslide Covered Hopper is approximately 9" taller than its 4180 cubic foot counterpart, making it a "Plate C" car. In comparison, the 4180 fits within the "Plate B" clearance diagram. This makes the 4566 visually distinctive.

First built in 1978, the 4566 was used for hauling bulk commodities such as chemicals, flour, starch, sugar, etc. GATC built nearly 1,000 4566 Airslides for a variety of private and railroad customers before production ended in 1985.  Today, many 4566s soldier on in their as-intended roles. Having been superseded by larger volume covered hopper designs, some 4566s have been demoted to buffer service for crude oil and ethanol unit trains.

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ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30248 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, GATX Corp. Wonder Bread (GACX) #56070 ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30248 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, GATX Corp. Wonder Bread (GACX) #56070

Built in 1979 and 1980, this group of GACX-owned 4566cf Airslides bear the colorful logos and lettering of lessee Wonder Bread/Hostess Cakes. Some are still in service today.

The GATC 4566 Cubic Foot Airslide Covered Hopper is approximately 9" taller than its 4180 cubic foot counterpart, making it a "Plate C" car. In comparison, the 4180 fits within the "Plate B" clearance diagram. This makes the 4566 visually distinctive.

First built in 1978, the 4566 was used for hauling bulk commodities such as chemicals, flour, starch, sugar, etc. GATC built nearly 1,000 4566 Airslides for a variety of private and railroad customers before production ended in 1985.  Today, many 4566s soldier on in their as-intended roles. Having been superseded by larger volume covered hopper designs, some 4566s have been demoted to buffer service for crude oil and ethanol unit trains.

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ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30247 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, GATX Corp. Wonder Bread (GACX) #56067 ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30247 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, GATX Corp. Wonder Bread (GACX) #56067

Built in 1979 and 1980, this group of GACX-owned 4566cf Airslides bear the colorful logos and lettering of lessee Wonder Bread/Hostess Cakes. Some are still in service today.

The GATC 4566 Cubic Foot Airslide Covered Hopper is approximately 9" taller than its 4180 cubic foot counterpart, making it a "Plate C" car. In comparison, the 4180 fits within the "Plate B" clearance diagram. This makes the 4566 visually distinctive.

First built in 1978, the 4566 was used for hauling bulk commodities such as chemicals, flour, starch, sugar, etc. GATC built nearly 1,000 4566 Airslides for a variety of private and railroad customers before production ended in 1985.  Today, many 4566s soldier on in their as-intended roles. Having been superseded by larger volume covered hopper designs, some 4566s have been demoted to buffer service for crude oil and ethanol unit trains.

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ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30246 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, GATX Corp. Wonder Bread (GACX) #48364 ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30246 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, GATX Corp. Wonder Bread (GACX) #48364

Built in 1979 and 1980, this group of GACX-owned 4566cf Airslides bear the colorful logos and lettering of lessee Wonder Bread/Hostess Cakes. Some are still in service today.

The GATC 4566 Cubic Foot Airslide Covered Hopper is approximately 9" taller than its 4180 cubic foot counterpart, making it a "Plate C" car. In comparison, the 4180 fits within the "Plate B" clearance diagram. This makes the 4566 visually distinctive.

First built in 1978, the 4566 was used for hauling bulk commodities such as chemicals, flour, starch, sugar, etc. GATC built nearly 1,000 4566 Airslides for a variety of private and railroad customers before production ended in 1985.  Today, many 4566s soldier on in their as-intended roles. Having been superseded by larger volume covered hopper designs, some 4566s have been demoted to buffer service for crude oil and ethanol unit trains.

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ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30245 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, GATX Corp. Wonder Bread (GACX) #48357 ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30245 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, GATX Corp. Wonder Bread (GACX) #48357

Built in 1979 and 1980, this group of GACX-owned 4566cf Airslides bear the colorful logos and lettering of lessee Wonder Bread/Hostess Cakes. Some are still in service today.

The GATC 4566 Cubic Foot Airslide Covered Hopper is approximately 9" taller than its 4180 cubic foot counterpart, making it a "Plate C" car. In comparison, the 4180 fits within the "Plate B" clearance diagram. This makes the 4566 visually distinctive.

First built in 1978, the 4566 was used for hauling bulk commodities such as chemicals, flour, starch, sugar, etc. GATC built nearly 1,000 4566 Airslides for a variety of private and railroad customers before production ended in 1985.  Today, many 4566s soldier on in their as-intended roles. Having been superseded by larger volume covered hopper designs, some 4566s have been demoted to buffer service for crude oil and ethanol unit trains.

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ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30244 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, Burlington Northern Santa Fe (Buffer Service) #808092 ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30244 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, Burlington Northern Santa Fe (Buffer Service) #808092

Originally purchased in 1979, these cars represent former Burlington Northern 4,566 cubic foot Airslide hoppers. They were re-assigned by BNSF in the 2000s to ethanol and crude oil unit train "buffer car" service and are still in service today.

The GATC 4566 Cubic Foot Airslide Covered Hopper is approximately 9" taller than its 4180 cubic foot counterpart, making it a "Plate C" car. In comparison, the 4180 fits within the "Plate B" clearance diagram. This makes the 4566 visually distinctive.

First built in 1978, the 4566 was used for hauling bulk commodities such as chemicals, flour, starch, sugar, etc. GATC built nearly 1,000 4566 Airslides for a variety of private and railroad customers before production ended in 1985.  Today, many 4566s soldier on in their as-intended roles. Having been superseded by larger volume covered hopper designs, some 4566s have been demoted to buffer service for crude oil and ethanol unit trains.

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ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30243 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, Burlington Northern Santa Fe (Buffer Service) #808089 ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30243 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, Burlington Northern Santa Fe (Buffer Service) #808089

Originally purchased in 1979, these cars represent former Burlington Northern 4,566 cubic foot Airslide hoppers. They were re-assigned by BNSF in the 2000s to ethanol and crude oil unit train "buffer car" service and are still in service today.

The GATC 4566 Cubic Foot Airslide Covered Hopper is approximately 9" taller than its 4180 cubic foot counterpart, making it a "Plate C" car. In comparison, the 4180 fits within the "Plate B" clearance diagram. This makes the 4566 visually distinctive.

First built in 1978, the 4566 was used for hauling bulk commodities such as chemicals, flour, starch, sugar, etc. GATC built nearly 1,000 4566 Airslides for a variety of private and railroad customers before production ended in 1985.  Today, many 4566s soldier on in their as-intended roles. Having been superseded by larger volume covered hopper designs, some 4566s have been demoted to buffer service for crude oil and ethanol unit trains.

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ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30242 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, ADM Milling Co. (As-Built 1983) #53109 ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30242 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, ADM Milling Co. (As-Built 1983) #53109

Agri-business giant Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) purchased 200 4,566 cubic foot Airslide hoppers with ADMX reporting marks. Built between 1980 and 1984, they featured the ADM "molecule" logo. Several can be still found in service today.

The GATC 4566 Cubic Foot Airslide Covered Hopper is approximately 9" taller than its 4180 cubic foot counterpart, making it a "Plate C" car. In comparison, the 4180 fits within the "Plate B" clearance diagram. This makes the 4566 visually distinctive.

First built in 1978, the 4566 was used for hauling bulk commodities such as chemicals, flour, starch, sugar, etc. GATC built nearly 1,000 4566 Airslides for a variety of private and railroad customers before production ended in 1985.  Today, many 4566s soldier on in their as-intended roles. Having been superseded by larger volume covered hopper designs, some 4566s have been demoted to buffer service for crude oil and ethanol unit trains.

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ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30241 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, ADM Milling Co. (As-Built 1980) #53066 ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30241 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, ADM Milling Co. (As-Built 1980) #53066

Agri-business giant Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) purchased 200 4,566 cubic foot Airslide hoppers with ADMX reporting marks. Built between 1980 and 1984, they featured the ADM "molecule" logo. Several can be still found in service today.

The GATC 4566 Cubic Foot Airslide Covered Hopper is approximately 9" taller than its 4180 cubic foot counterpart, making it a "Plate C" car. In comparison, the 4180 fits within the "Plate B" clearance diagram. This makes the 4566 visually distinctive.

First built in 1978, the 4566 was used for hauling bulk commodities such as chemicals, flour, starch, sugar, etc. GATC built nearly 1,000 4566 Airslides for a variety of private and railroad customers before production ended in 1985.  Today, many 4566s soldier on in their as-intended roles. Having been superseded by larger volume covered hopper designs, some 4566s have been demoted to buffer service for crude oil and ethanol unit trains.

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ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30240 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, ADM Milling Co. (As-Built 1980) #53022 ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30240 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, ADM Milling Co. (As-Built 1980) #53022

Agri-business giant Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) purchased 200 4,566 cubic foot Airslide hoppers with ADMX reporting marks. Built between 1980 and 1984, they featured the ADM "molecule" logo. Several can be still found in service today.

The GATC 4566 Cubic Foot Airslide Covered Hopper is approximately 9" taller than its 4180 cubic foot counterpart, making it a "Plate C" car. In comparison, the 4180 fits within the "Plate B" clearance diagram. This makes the 4566 visually distinctive.

First built in 1978, the 4566 was used for hauling bulk commodities such as chemicals, flour, starch, sugar, etc. GATC built nearly 1,000 4566 Airslides for a variety of private and railroad customers before production ended in 1985.  Today, many 4566s soldier on in their as-intended roles. Having been superseded by larger volume covered hopper designs, some 4566s have been demoted to buffer service for crude oil and ethanol unit trains.

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ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30239 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, ADM Milling Co. (1995 Repaint) #53005 ScaleTrains Rivet Counter HO 30239 GATC 4566 Airslide Covered Hopper, ADM Milling Co. (1995 Repaint) #53005

Agri-business giant Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) purchased 200 4,566 cubic foot Airslide hoppers with ADMX reporting marks. Built between 1980 and 1984, they featured the ADM "molecule" logo. Several can be still found in service today.

The GATC 4566 Cubic Foot Airslide Covered Hopper is approximately 9" taller than its 4180 cubic foot counterpart, making it a "Plate C" car. In comparison, the 4180 fits within the "Plate B" clearance diagram. This makes the 4566 visually distinctive.

First built in 1978, the 4566 was used for hauling bulk commodities such as chemicals, flour, starch, sugar, etc. GATC built nearly 1,000 4566 Airslides for a variety of private and railroad customers before production ended in 1985.  Today, many 4566s soldier on in their as-intended roles. Having been superseded by larger volume covered hopper designs, some 4566s have been demoted to buffer service for crude oil and ethanol unit trains.

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ScaleTrains Operator Series HO 10362 GATC 4180 Airslide Covered Hopper, Norfolk Southern #90190 ScaleTrains Operator Series HO 10362 GATC 4180 Airslide Covered Hopper, Norfolk Southern #90190

Originally built as part of a group of 25 cars for Southern Railway in 1967, this car represents a car repainted by successor Norfolk Southern.

Beginning in 1963, GATC introduced its 4180 Cubic Foot Airslide covered hopper. Designed for shippers of such commodities as flour and sugar, it featured their patented "Airslide" unloading system, which used pressurized air to aerate the special fabric lining of the bays, effectively fluidizing the commodity and allowing it to flow more easily during unloading. Production of the 4180cf Airslide would continue until 1980, when it was superseded by larger designs, such as the 4566cf Airslide.

This Operator Series 4180cf Airslide represents a phase "TZL". They were built between 1966 and 1969, and featured hat-section side posts, low handbrake, and low corner ladder grabs.

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ScaleTrains Operator Series HO 10361 GATC 4180 Airslide Covered Hopper, Norfolk Southern #90182 ScaleTrains Operator Series HO 10361 GATC 4180 Airslide Covered Hopper, Norfolk Southern #90182

Originally built as part of a group of 25 cars for Southern Railway in 1967, this car represents a car repainted by successor Norfolk Southern.

Beginning in 1963, GATC introduced its 4180 Cubic Foot Airslide covered hopper. Designed for shippers of such commodities as flour and sugar, it featured their patented "Airslide" unloading system, which used pressurized air to aerate the special fabric lining of the bays, effectively fluidizing the commodity and allowing it to flow more easily during unloading. Production of the 4180cf Airslide would continue until 1980, when it was superseded by larger designs, such as the 4566cf Airslide.

This Operator Series 4180cf Airslide represents a phase "TZL". They were built between 1966 and 1969, and featured hat-section side posts, low handbrake, and low corner ladder grabs.

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ScaleTrains Operator Series HO 10360 GATC 4180 Airslide Covered Hopper, Norfolk Southern #90175 ScaleTrains Operator Series HO 10360 GATC 4180 Airslide Covered Hopper, Norfolk Southern #90175

Originally built as part of a group of 25 cars for Southern Railway in 1967, this car represents a car repainted by successor Norfolk Southern.

Beginning in 1963, GATC introduced its 4180 Cubic Foot Airslide covered hopper. Designed for shippers of such commodities as flour and sugar, it featured their patented "Airslide" unloading system, which used pressurized air to aerate the special fabric lining of the bays, effectively fluidizing the commodity and allowing it to flow more easily during unloading. Production of the 4180cf Airslide would continue until 1980, when it was superseded by larger designs, such as the 4566cf Airslide.

This Operator Series 4180cf Airslide represents a phase "TZL". They were built between 1966 and 1969, and featured hat-section side posts, low handbrake, and low corner ladder grabs.

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ScaleTrains Operator Series HO 10359 GATC 4180 Airslide Covered Hopper, CSX #203280 ScaleTrains Operator Series HO 10359 GATC 4180 Airslide Covered Hopper, CSX #203280

One of many GATC 4,180 cubic foot Airslide hoppers passed down from predecessor roads, this car represents a 1980s-era repaint for CSX Transportation.

Beginning in 1963, GATC introduced its 4180 Cubic Foot Airslide covered hopper. Designed for shippers of such commodities as flour and sugar, it featured their patented "Airslide" unloading system, which used pressurized air to aerate the special fabric lining of the bays, effectively fluidizing the commodity and allowing it to flow more easily during unloading. Production of the 4180cf Airslide would continue until 1980, when it was superseded by larger designs, such as the 4566cf Airslide.

This Operator Series 4180cf Airslide represents a phase "TZL". They were built between 1966 and 1969, and featured hat-section side posts, low handbrake, and low corner ladder grabs.

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ScaleTrains Operator Series HO 10358 GATC 4180 Airslide Covered Hopper, CSX #203275 ScaleTrains Operator Series HO 10358 GATC 4180 Airslide Covered Hopper, CSX #203275

One of many GATC 4,180 cubic foot Airslide hoppers passed down from predecessor roads, this car represents a 1980s-era repaint for CSX Transportation.

Beginning in 1963, GATC introduced its 4180 Cubic Foot Airslide covered hopper. Designed for shippers of such commodities as flour and sugar, it featured their patented "Airslide" unloading system, which used pressurized air to aerate the special fabric lining of the bays, effectively fluidizing the commodity and allowing it to flow more easily during unloading. Production of the 4180cf Airslide would continue until 1980, when it was superseded by larger designs, such as the 4566cf Airslide.

This Operator Series 4180cf Airslide represents a phase "TZL". They were built between 1966 and 1969, and featured hat-section side posts, low handbrake, and low corner ladder grabs.

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ScaleTrains Operator Series HO 10357 GATC 4180 Airslide Covered Hopper, CSX #203074 ScaleTrains Operator Series HO 10357 GATC 4180 Airslide Covered Hopper, CSX #203074

One of many GATC 4,180 cubic foot Airslide hoppers passed down from predecessor roads, this car represents a 1980s-era repaint for CSX Transportation.

Beginning in 1963, GATC introduced its 4180 Cubic Foot Airslide covered hopper. Designed for shippers of such commodities as flour and sugar, it featured their patented "Airslide" unloading system, which used pressurized air to aerate the special fabric lining of the bays, effectively fluidizing the commodity and allowing it to flow more easily during unloading. Production of the 4180cf Airslide would continue until 1980, when it was superseded by larger designs, such as the 4566cf Airslide.

This Operator Series 4180cf Airslide represents a phase "TZL". They were built between 1966 and 1969, and featured hat-section side posts, low handbrake, and low corner ladder grabs.

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ScaleTrains Operator Series HO 10356 GATC 4180 Airslide Covered Hopper, Chessie System (C&O) #619019 ScaleTrains Operator Series HO 10356 GATC 4180 Airslide Covered Hopper, Chessie System (C&O) #619019

Originally built in 1968 for the Chesapeake & Ohio, this car represents a GATC 4,180 cubic foot Airslide hoppers repainted for successor Chessie System.

Beginning in 1963, GATC introduced its 4180 Cubic Foot Airslide covered hopper. Designed for shippers of such commodities as flour and sugar, it featured their patented "Airslide" unloading system, which used pressurized air to aerate the special fabric lining of the bays, effectively fluidizing the commodity and allowing it to flow more easily during unloading. Production of the 4180cf Airslide would continue until 1980, when it was superseded by larger designs, such as the 4566cf Airslide.

This Operator Series 4180cf Airslide represents a phase "TZL". They were built between 1966 and 1969, and featured hat-section side posts, low handbrake, and low corner ladder grabs.

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ScaleTrains Operator Series HO 10355 GATC 4180 Airslide Covered Hopper, Chessie System (C&O) #619010 ScaleTrains Operator Series HO 10355 GATC 4180 Airslide Covered Hopper, Chessie System (C&O) #619010

Originally built in 1968 for the Chesapeake & Ohio, this car represents a GATC 4,180 cubic foot Airslide hoppers repainted for successor Chessie System.

Beginning in 1963, GATC introduced its 4180 Cubic Foot Airslide covered hopper. Designed for shippers of such commodities as flour and sugar, it featured their patented "Airslide" unloading system, which used pressurized air to aerate the special fabric lining of the bays, effectively fluidizing the commodity and allowing it to flow more easily during unloading. Production of the 4180cf Airslide would continue until 1980, when it was superseded by larger designs, such as the 4566cf Airslide.

This Operator Series 4180cf Airslide represents a phase "TZL". They were built between 1966 and 1969, and featured hat-section side posts, low handbrake, and low corner ladder grabs.

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ScaleTrains Operator Series HO 10354 GATC 4180 Airslide Covered Hopper, Chessie System (C&O) #619005 ScaleTrains Operator Series HO 10354 GATC 4180 Airslide Covered Hopper, Chessie System (C&O) #619005

Originally built in 1968 for the Chesapeake & Ohio, this car represents a GATC 4,180 cubic foot Airslide hoppers repainted for successor Chessie System.

Beginning in 1963, GATC introduced its 4180 Cubic Foot Airslide covered hopper. Designed for shippers of such commodities as flour and sugar, it featured their patented "Airslide" unloading system, which used pressurized air to aerate the special fabric lining of the bays, effectively fluidizing the commodity and allowing it to flow more easily during unloading. Production of the 4180cf Airslide would continue until 1980, when it was superseded by larger designs, such as the 4566cf Airslide.

This Operator Series 4180cf Airslide represents a phase "TZL". They were built between 1966 and 1969, and featured hat-section side posts, low handbrake, and low corner ladder grabs.

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ScaleTrains Operator Series HO 10353 GATC 4180 Airslide Covered Hopper, Burlington Northern Santa Fe (Buffer Service) #808200 ScaleTrains Operator Series HO 10353 GATC 4180 Airslide Covered Hopper, Burlington Northern Santa Fe (Buffer Service) #808200

With many former BN GATC 4,180 cubic foot Airslide hoppers nearing the end of their operational lives and/or being obsoleted by larger cars, many have been reassigned to "Buffer Car" service in the 2000s.

Beginning in 1963, GATC introduced its 4180 Cubic Foot Airslide covered hopper. Designed for shippers of such commodities as flour and sugar, it featured their patented "Airslide" unloading system, which used pressurized air to aerate the special fabric lining of the bays, effectively fluidizing the commodity and allowing it to flow more easily during unloading. Production of the 4180cf Airslide would continue until 1980, when it was superseded by larger designs, such as the 4566cf Airslide.

This Operator Series 4180cf Airslide represents a phase "TZL". They were built between 1966 and 1969, and featured hat-section side posts, low handbrake, and low corner ladder grabs.

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