The typical American old-timer cars are used on the museum trains running on the Wiscasset, Waterville, and Farmington Railway. They can be recognized by the clerestory in the center of the car roof. Usually, only 2 to 3 cars are coupled to a train pulled there by the small locomotives. Mixed trains of passenger cars and freight cars are customary. With the dark green paint scheme, the cars are the same as a widespread color scheme, which is also used on cars of the Durango & Silverton Railroad or the White Pass & Yukon Railroad among others. This is a model of a typical American old-timer passenger car as done for the Wiscasset Waterville & Farmington Railway and as it is still currently used on this museum line in the East of the USA. The paint and lettering are prototypical. The doors can be opened and the car has complete interior details. It also has metal wheelsets. Length 49 cm / 19-1/4.
A complete train of the WW & F Ry can be modelled together with the 27254 locomotive and 36814 car.