Kris Shenandoah Valley Railroad Boxcars

The Shenandoah Valley Railroad is a shortline that operates approximately 20 miles of track between Staunton and Pleasant Valley, Virginia. There is only one Shenandoah Valley Railroad variation in the Kris Model Trains chapter of Greenberg's Guide to Kusan Trains. The first boxcar on this page was produced by Kris Model Trains for Newbraugh Brothers Toys (NBT). The last two cars on this page were decorated by Palmo for NBT. Note that the railroad names on all three boxcars are different. Production dates and numbers are from the Newbraugh Brothers Toys Checklist 1974 - 1982.

Kris Shenandoah Valley Railroad boxcar

This is the only Shenandoah Valley Railroad variation in Greenberg's. More than 100 produced in October 1975. Photo and description courtesy of the B. Batt collection.


Kris Shenandoah and Potomac Railroad Circus boxcar

Shenandoah and Potomac Railroad Circus boxcar; mustard yellow; green roof; white and black lettering and graphics; multicolor circus clown; sliding red plug doors; half ladders. Note that the printing in the first half of "SHENANDOAH" is blotchy. Decorated by Palmo. NBT number 525-1003. Less than 100 produced in July 1975. Variation not in Greenberg's.


Kris Shenandoah Valley and Potomac Railroad boxcar

Shenandoah Valley and Potomac Railroad boxcar. Less than 100 produced in July 1975. Variation not in Greenberg's. Photo and description courtesy of the B. Batt collection.

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