Mack Truck realised the need for railway equipment and started producing self-powered rail cars, railbuses, and locomotives. In May of 1921, Locomotive #1 rolled from the plant in Allentown, PA, and with its two AC gasoline engines, it proved to be just what was needed.
Hartland's Mack is sure to become a staple in the Large Scale world. It is durable, attractive, and priced right!
With the introduction of the automobile, full passenger trains were not economical. The gas-electric Rail Motor Car was the answer, for only one-fifth the cost of operating a full steam locomotive!
Hartland's "RMC" is modelled after Railway Motor Corp's converted combine.
|09222||RGW, yellow & black|
Mack entered the railway equipment business in 1905. After 18 years of producing single axle Rail Buses, the model ACX was introduced.
The ACX featured a rear four wheel power truck and trademark Bulldog Hood.
|09250||Rail Bus & Trailer Set - RGS, silver|
|09251||Rail Bus & Trailer Set - Undecoratd, green|
|09252||Rail Bus & Trailer Set - D&RG, yellow|
Mail, farm supplies, just about any small loads were hauled with these "Woodys".
|09211||Waddlin' Goslin', silver|
|09212||D&RG, yellow & black|
|09213||Pacific Electric, red|
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