50000530 N Scale Atlas(R) 1932 ARA Box Car-Western Maryland #27119
A goal of the American Railway Association (ARA) in the early 1920s was to produce an all-steel boxcar that could be recognized as a standard by the member railroads. Although the original design presented in 1923 produced in excess of 60,000 cars, it wasn't until a new design was presented in 1932 that the member railroads gave their approval. The 1932 ARA Standard boxcar is considered one of the most important designs in railroad history. Type 1 models feature a "long tab" body, Murphy Panel roof, and 4/4 Dreadnaught ends.
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