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  1. 1946 Packard

    1946 Packard

    Before hi-rails, the only way to get around was by a motor car, which wasn't very comfortable. This didn't work well with everyone however, thus luxury sedans were equipped with RR wheels. Here's an example of a beautfilly restored CP version in a museum: This 1946...
  2. CP M 235

    CP M 235

    Before hi-rails, you could only get around on a motor car or a fancy sedan like this one, put on RR wheels. Although this example is restored in a museum, some ended up on shortlines where they served for a long-time. Here's a photo of an un-restored ex-CP Packard that was purchased by the GWWD...
  3. CP office car?

    CP office car?

    Generally RR's are a big buyer of trucks from SUV's, pick-up's and heavy duty. Then there are vans, police cruisers, but a regular sedan? This is the first one I've seen marked in RR paint. What a great paintjob it is, your regular white Chevy Lumina, with a beaver decal added. No hi-rail... is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to - An online railroad bookstore featuring a curated selection of new and used railroad books. Railroad pictorials, railroad history, steam locomotives, passenger trains, modern railroading. Hundreds of titles available, most at discount prices! We also have a video and children's book section. - An online model railroad bookstore featuring a curated selection of new and used books. Layout design, track plans, scenery and structure building, wiring, DCC, Tinplate, Toy Trains, Price Guides and more.