About This ContentImmerse yourself in a bygone era with the X23boxcar from 3DZUG and experience the ancestor of many modern coaches from today in top quality.
Originating from the standard boxcar from 1912, the trendsetting X23boxcar was expected to meet the future needs of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company. For the first time in history, a 40 foot boxcar with a steel frame and wood panelling was developed.
With an unladen weight of 48.000 pounds and a load capacity of 100.000 pounds, the X23 had a spectacular room volume of impressive 2.682 square foot.
More than 6.000 produced cars testified to the X23's success story, its versatile application possibilities as well as its reliability. Various railway companies added this transport wonder to their fleet, which also was used as a basis for the R7refrigerated car, the R7stock car as well as the X24car carrier.
When control cars eventually became scarce (caboose) during WWII, some of the X23boxcars were converted. As a result many of the old X23cars performed their future duties as materials and workshop wagon. In the following years the now decrepit boxcars were replaced progressively by modern steel cars which provided more load capacity.
Experience the trendsetting X23boxcar in firstclass quality from 3DZUG and let the past come alive again. A total of four different versions of this wagon are included in our package, all with individual materials for a realistic operation in Trainz.
Each version can be selected both individually or randomly, guaranteeing never a dull moment. Realistic sound, a winter outfit as well as random wagon numbers complement this gem from 3DZUG.
most awesome. four muted colors changable and available. great detail. well worth the price to me. this is a very early car -- 1914 - and looks transitional because it was just that. could maybe use some weathering variables too, since it's going to look pretty used by 1930 -- stopped building them, i think they said, in 1917.
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