[Chicago and North Western `400` Trains]
-`400` Trains are passenger trains operated by Chicago North-Western Railway between 1935 and 1963 between Chicago, Illinois and Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota. By traveling approximately 400 miles (640 km) in 400 minutes, it was named the `400` Trains (four hand trains) and was the fastest train in the Americas.
[A train with the name `400`]
-Later, `Rochester 400`,` Dakota 400`, `Pennisula 400`,` Franbury 400`, `Kate Shelley 400`, etc., now bear the` 400` name on other trains. The (Original changed to `Twin City 400`)
-This product is a `Prince 400`, called` Bi-level `400` in the 1960s among` 400` Trains, and E8A pulls a pullman bi-level (two-story) passenger car with `Pennsula 400` and` Franview 400`. Was active.
[America's first cab coach hire! ]
-By adopting the cab coach (vehicle with a cab) on the end face of the first organization in the United States, as well as increasing the number of personnel transported by Pullman-by-level passenger cars, the need for machine rotation at the terminal station is eliminated and transportation time is shortened. The service has been improved.
-By all means, please reproduce the unique sight that appears to be running backwards when the cars pass each other in the railway model.
[Contents of Chicago and North Western `400` Trains 6 both sets]
-Diesel locomotive: E8A × 1
-Pullman bi-level coach: coach buffet x 1, coach 4 windows x 2, parlor car x 1, cab coach x 1
-Adopts a 6-car case and can store E8A (single item) at the bottom for replacement.
E8A C & NW # 5022-A + Coach Buffet # 903 (Car No. 1) + Coach 4 windows # 700 (Car No. 2) + Coach 4 windows # 705 (Car No. 3) + Parlor Car # 6400 (Car No. 4) + Cab Coach # 154 ( 5th car)
E8A C & NW # 5022-B
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