1944 40' AAR Box Car - Lehigh Valley
Lehigh Valley bought 1000 of these cars from Bethlehem in 1950. LV had specified the less common seven foot Youngstown doors (only Erie and GTW had cars just like them). These cars were in general service, spending months at a time away from LV rails. Controlled by the Pennsylvania for much of its history, the Lehigh Valley was a New York to Buffalo trunk line that was reliant on anthracite, steel and bridge traffic from western connections for much of its business. Lehigh Valley merged into Conrail in 1976.
A total of 6 unique road numbers are available by purchasing all three packs.
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