HO Brass - Coach Yard/Great Brass Fleet C&O Chesapeake & Ohio 'Continental Congress' Observation - Pro Paint
The Chesapeake & Ohio 'Continental Congress' Observation car was a luxury passenger car built in 1929 for the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway. The car featured an open-air platform at the end of the car for panoramic views of the passing scenery. It was named after the Continental Congress, which was held in Williamsburg, Virginia, in 1775. The George Washington train which this car was a part of was one of the first trains fully air conditioned.
- Free Rolling Trucks
- Custom Pro Paint
- Window Shades but no Interior