It only took us a decade, but your HO scale passengers will finally be able to eat their meals in style. Rapido is delighted to introduce the Super Continental Line Pullman-Standard lightweight Dining Car. Eating lunch or supper in the dining car was a much-loved activity on board most passenger trains in the 20th century. Full diners could be found on day trains well into the 1960s all over North America. They still remain a vital part of long-distance services from coast to coast to coast.
Just look at that fine china! Gorgeous Eero Saarinen seats (shown above) are installed in some cars.
The usual Rapido insane underbody detail. This is the most we've ever crammed under a Pullman-Standard car.
Our HO scale Dining Car is based on the prototype built for CN in 1954 and is similar in design to dining cars used by numerous railroads. The model features:
In Canada, the MSRP is $129.95. For USA and International customers, the MSRP is $119.95. As usual, these
passenger dining cars will be made to order.