60' Harriman Coach Sets
Introduced in 1906, just before Henry Ford made his famous model "T" automobile, these cars were the defining characteristics of steam passenger trains for the Union Pacific, the Illinois Central, the Southern Pacific and other associated railroads. For the traveling public, they were a step up from wooden coaches that would break like a match stick in the event of a derailment. So durable were these all steel cars that some lasted until 1968. You won't find a better selection of vintage Roundhouse and Athearn/Roundhouse 60' Harriman Coach Sets anywhere else!