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Iroquois Brewery
40' Composite steel-with-wood-side refrigerator cars


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Iroquois Beer and Ale, Western NY Brewery Series #4, refrigerator car

Iroquois Beer and Ale, Western NY Brewery Series #4, refrigerator car. IBX 1001 has "Pre-war" logo.

Iroquois Beer and Ale, Western NY Brewery Series #4, refrigerator car

Iroquois Beer and Ale refrigerator car. IBX 1010 has 1930s "Indian Head" logo.

#OH105A, B, and set

Iroquois Brewery

Return to NYWS&B Ry. E.Buffalo, N.Y.

Composite steel-with-wood-side reefer, 1935

Formerly Available from Buffalo Creek GraphicsBuffalo Creek Graphics

  • TRUE Limited Edition: appoximately 100 cars = 50 sets produced. Sold out 10-27-2010.
  • A Buffalo Creek Graphics Heritage Car.
  • Western New York Brewery Refrigerator Cars - Fourth in a Series   (see note)
  • Created exclusively for Buffalo Creek Graphics by Crown Model Decorators.
    • Decorator: Hayter-Weaver Inc.
    • Graphic Designer: John T. Slater.
    • Painted with durable Scalecoat paint.
  • These cars are NOT red, white & blue:
    • Light gray sides, dark blue roof and ends.
    • Red, dark blue, and black lettering.
    • Indian head graphic (on one car only) is dark blue with black shadows.
    • One road number for each design.
  • Custom decorated on Crown / Weaver carbodies.
    • Made from original Crown molds.
    • High-impact styrene body.
    • Accurately modeled in 1:48 O Scale.
    • Built from prototype blue prints, 1/4" scale dimensions.
    • Individually mounted ladders, roof walk with simulated individual boards, and brake wheel.
    • Weighted car.
    • Operational on "0-31" (62" radius) curves.
  • 3-rail or 2-rail trucks and couplers.
    • Includes self-equalizing, free-rolling trucks.
    • Optional diecast, sprung trucks available at extra cost.
  • Made in the USA by Hayter-Weaver Inc.

Note: The first of the Western New York Brewery Refrigerator Cars were Genesee Brewing Company, Rochester, NY and William Simon Brewery, Buffalo, NY. All sold out. Hornell Brewing Company cars are still available, but in short supply.

History of Iroquois Brewery


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