1969 Northwest Short Line imported model built by Orion in Japan. Box shows minimal shelf wear. No spare parts included. Prototype built by Pacific Car & Foundry. End platform arrangement as rebuilt in the 1940's. Representative of Northern Pacific 1200, 1300 and 1600 wood cabooses as well as Burlington Northern 10857 - 10921 cabooses.
Brand: Brass Northwest Short Line
Condition: C-7 Excellent
Backhead/Interior Detail: None
Decorated: Unpainted - Minimal tarnish
Couplers/Trucks: None included
Packaging: Original Box, Foam, and Paperwork
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