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NARC - N Scale - 5077 Pullman Standard - Special Release - Union Pacific Historical Society Boxcars!! Limi

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Dear N Scale Customers;

The Union Pacific Historical Society is pleased to announce the North American Railcar Corporation will make a commorative edition of the new 5077 Pullman Standard Box Car for the the Union Pacific Historical Society. There are only 50 of these cars that were produced and they will not be released again once they are sold out.



Body Version 9832-3 Car (with 10 side posts)


The Union Pacific Historical Society


Welcome to the Union Pacific Historical Society! Founded in 1984, UPHS is an independent, non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and sharing the history of the Union Pacific Railroad. As of the beginning of 2016, the Society has about 1,900 members.

Historians, railfans, employees, and modelers have found the UPHS to be a matchless source of accurate and in-depth material concerning historical operations, traffic, motive power, rolling stock and facilities of the Union Pacific and predecessor companies. Railroad employees, managers, and retirees are welcome.

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Archival Preservation: 

Through an agreement with the American Heritage Center at the University of Wyoming, the UPHS is archiving a great number of historical Union Pacific Railroad drawings and other resources. The UPHS also is archiving donations of historical photographs and documents contributed by former employees and fans of the Union Pacific. In particular, we have archived the UP photography of Lou Schmitz, Tom Lee, and Don Ball.


Want to join the Union Pacific Historical Society? After placing your order for this limited edition car, click here to become a member!


Lot 9832 Version 3 – UP


Lot 9832 was Pullman’s fourth order for their 5077 cubic-foot single door box cars, built at the Bessemer, Alabama plant 4=6/76. 600 cars were built for American Rail Box Car Company for general service and placed into series RBOX 21000-21599 (class XPF11A). In 1983, 360 cars from RBOX 21000-21359 were transferred to Union Pacific ownership and put into the UP 130800-131159 series, while RBOX 21360-21599 (240 cars) were transferred to UP 130400-130637. Features include:

  • Type 2 body with 10 side posts (5 on each side of the 10-foot centered door) with all 10 side posts being fabricated from hat-section channels
  • Type 2 side sill
  • Pullman’s proprietary 15-panel “bow-tie” roof
  • Pullman’s 5/5 “sine-wave” corrugated ends
  • EZ-Roll replacement 7-panel sliding doors
  • Universal hand brakes
  • Type 3 stirrup steps
  • Rigid (non-cushioned) underframe
  • Horizontal-lever brake gear
  • NARCorp high performance/low friction 70-ton ASF Ride Control trucks with 33” diameter metal wheels
  • Body-mount Micro-Trains couplers
  • Mineral red livery with small UP shield


This highly detailed replica of Pullman Standard’s 5077 cubic-foot single door box car (Lot 9831) has been meticulously researched and designed and produced in plastic with accurate details in plastic, wire and etched metal. North American Railcar is pushing the technology envelope and offering model railroaders cars that they could otherwise never expect to be produced. The Lot 9831 PS 5077 cubic-foot box car is another example.


Road Numbers:

  • UP 131010

For more information on the PS 5077 single door box car, click: More Information


Photo courtesy of James Kirkman


Looking for the rest of the 5077 Pullman Standard Boxcars to go with your new UPHS car? Click Here!

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