Caboose Freight Wagon (8w)
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The most common type of caboose wagon in Germany was the Pwg Pr 14 (Prussian design), 9752 of which were built between 1913 and 1925. In addition to a workstation and an observation dome that took up about a third of the roof length, this car had a loading space that allowed up to four tonnes of general cargo to be carried and could be loaded via sliding doors on both sides.Until the 1970s, goods trains in Germany were regularly accompanied by personnel. In addition to the train driver, this included the packmaster and shunter for shunting in en-route stations. Before the introduction of the continuous air brake, the wagon was also a recreation room for the brakemen, who could warm up and eat there during their stops. The traditional generic designation of the escort wagons was Pwg (pack wagon for goods trains).
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This caboose wagon is designed in 8 studs wide and has a length of 28 studs and a height of 14 studs. The white parts of the inventory can be replaced with any other color, because they are not visible from the outside