United States of America

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Open hoppers:

Fishbelly-side ribside twin hopper - Possum Valley/Coastal Engineering (production ceased)
Possum Valley/Coastal Engineering
Possum Valley/Coastal Engineering
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Link: http://www.ttnut.com/fishbelly-side-rib ... t1019.html

Offset-side twin hopper - Possum Valley (production ceased), Kemtron (production ceased long time ago)
Possum Valley
Possum Valley
Link: http://www.ttnut.com/pvm-ex-kemtron-off ... t1020.html
http://www.ttnut.com/possum-valley-mode ... -t635.html

USRA standard design open hopper - HP Products (production ceased long time ago, in 1960s)
HP Products
HP Products
Link: http://www.ttnut.com/hp-products-hopper-cars-t281.html

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Covered hoppers:

PS2 2 Bay Covered Hopper - TTNut/ConducTTor via Shapeways (needs painting)
Painted
Painted
unpainted
unpainted
Link: http://www.ttnut.com/tt-nut-ps2-2-bay-c ... -t831.html

PS2 3-bay Covered Hopper - TTNut/ConducTTor via Shapeways (needs painting)
TTNut's PS2 3 Bay Covered Hopper TT Scale 2.jpg
Link: http://www.ttnut.com/tt-nut-ps2-3-bay-c ... -t891.html

"Generic" 2-bay Covered Hopper - Possum Valley (production ceased)
Covered_hopper.jpg
Link: http://www.ttnut.com/pvm-2-bay-hopper-t1307.html
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Gondolas:

52 Foot Mill Gondola - TTNut/ConducTTor via Shapeways (needs painting)
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Link: http://www.ttnut.com/tt-nut-52-foot-mil ... -t828.html

G31 gondola - Rob M (small serie)
Unpainted
Unpainted
Painted
Painted
Link: http://www.ttnut.com/g31-gon-and-clones ... t1472.html

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50' Railbox - Rob M (small serie)
Unpainted
Unpainted
Painted
Painted
Link: http://www.ttnut.com/50-railbox-t1507.html

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Marquette wrote:I tried to look at the link but got "No está autorizado a descargar este adjunto".
You are right, must be logged a this Forum, I´ll try upload that PDF. By the moment try this Links from the same Forum.

North American Caboose

http://uploaded.to/file/1932cy6i

The Complete Book of North American Railroading

http://uploaded.to/file/xdfv5t9i

Baldwin Locomotives

http://uploaded.to/file/g2q6fj8y

Railroads Across North America: An Illustrated History Voyageur Press

http://uploaded.to/file/h7uz5fhk

Coal Trains: The History of Railroading and Coal in the United States Voyageur Press

http://uploaded.to/file/ojbne1s2

Alco Locomotives

http://uploaded.to/file/6z46efle

The Cars of Pullman

http://uploaded.to/file/rl93g0a3

American Passenger Trains and Locomotives Ilustrated

http://uploaded.to/file/cldndqh8

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Are you sure that the links are safe?
Panda Antivirus does not like them at all:
The page has been blocked as it contains malware or exploits

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The links are safe, the only problem is the irritating pop up.
But now I see that do not work ¿? :wall: Neither work in the original forum :shock:

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Continuing...

Fowler type wooden boxcars - Gold Coast
gct-013-6_1.jpg
Link: http://www.ttnut.com/fowler-type-boxcars-t1004.html
http://www.ttnut.com/gold-coast-40-fowl ... -t786.html

Pulpwood flatcar - Art&Detail via Shapeways; also painted version available from Lok-n-Roll
klIMG_5828.jpg
Link: http://www.ttnut.com/a-d-pulpwood-flatcar-t840.html

17,360 Gallon Tank - TTNut/ConducTTor via Shapeways (needs painting)
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Link:
http://www.ttnut.com/tt-nut-17-360-gall ... -t830.html

Coil car - Ingo Schwaetzer
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Bay Window Caboose - Ingo Schwaetzer
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Arseny wrote:Here we can just create a list of available models, mentioning the car and the manufacturer(s), that's enough.
That's what I meant—a list which brings a little bit of orientation into the confusing variety of threads about particular modells.

...and may be some prototype pictures...
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Ok. So I tried to make a list of available cars.
Guys, please add any available TT-cars you know here!

Also there are (were) a lot of old TT-stuff from 1950s and 1960s, from HP Products, Gandy Dancer, Star Line, Jewel Models, Craftsman-Kits and so on; some of them
can be found on Ebay. But I have no ideas about the prototype; maybe most of them were just the "generic" cars.

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