Alexander Seal

Passenger Cars

Maine Central

162/163

- Occasional milk car

- Baggage Car with a Railway Express Messenger on board

- Baggage / RPO Car

Number Builder Dates Length Seats Notes
328 Osgood-Bradley 1921   -  
...
334

1-2 Coaches

Number Builder Dates Length Seats Notes
213 Osgood-Bradley 1910   77  
...
218
...
221

Plus another (older?) type with topslight (sliding ventilation windows)?

Beecher Falls Mixed

Number Builder Dates Length Seats Notes
502 Laconia Car Company 1910   44 Riding on CP-4 four-wheel trucks with passenger section measuring 39ft long and
baggage section 21ft 3in. When originally built, these cars were numbered 211-213
and equipped with two coal stoves and gaslights. The baggage door opening was 6ft,
one door per side
503

https://shop.atlasrr.com/p-53067-n-tman-60-combine-car-boston-maine-3608.aspx

Boston & Maine

Mountaineer

Numbers Builder Dates Length Seats Notes
84 Pullman Company 1930 84ft 9¼in    
4585 Pullman-Standard 1934 84ft 7½in 84  
...
4594
4595 Pullman-Standard 1937 84ft 7½in
...
4614

Boston & Maine "Mountaineer"

3 to 4 Cars, 5 when seen setting back into Boston North Station

1 .No. 84 Mountaineer

One of four heavyweight all-steel dining cars from the Pullman Company purchased in December, 1930 and was formerly named Maine. Seating capacity was 36 and the cars were ice-air-conditioned. Rebuilt to diner-loung and renamed MaineĀ in June 1947. Rode on 6-wheel Pullman 2410 trucks.

Pullman 2410 Trucks - Micro-Trains

https://www.micro-trains.com/index.php?_route_=n-scale/passenger-undecs/undec-diner-painted-pullman-rel-7-16-14600001

2. Steel Osgood Bradley?

3. American Flyer

4. American Flyer

5. American Flyer