Chesapeake & Ohio Pere Marquette Set
The Pere Marquette was a streamlined passenger train operated by the Pere Marquette Railway and its successor the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway (C&O) between Detroit and Grand Rapids, Michigan. It operated from 1946 to 1971. It was the first new streamliner to enter service after World War II. Although discontinued in 1971 on the formation of Amtrak, in 1984 Amtrak revived the name for a new train between Chicago, Illinois and Grand Rapids.
AZL is offering the C&O E7s as well as four passenger cars that were specifically lettered for the Pere Marquette. The cars include a REA baggage, US Post Office Mail car, diner and a coach. Two sets are being offered, as well as single E7s.
To supplement these sets, AZL’s previously released C&O lightweights are ideal: C&O Lightweight Cars
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