A combine car in North American parlance most often referred to simplyas a combine is a type of railroad car which combines sections for bothpassengers and freight.
Most often it was used on short lines to carry passengers and theirluggage as a full car would not have been cost effective. One half (orless) of the car is built like a baggage car while the other half of thecar is a regular passenger car. This type of combine is referred to as acoach-baggage. Another common type of combine in railroad use was thecoach-RPO. A portion of this type of car was configured as a railway postoffice while the rest of the car was configured as a coach.
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- RP25 Wheels
- 4 & 6 Wheel Die-cast Trucks per Prototype.
- LED Non-flickering Lighted Interior
- E-Z Mate Mark II Couplers
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