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Model by Miller 0 Gauge

(Cleveland, Ohio, USA)

Details from an eBay listing (probably copied from National Association of S Gaugers) :

Models by Miller were two guys from Cleveland who were in the printing business and were O-scale model railroaders in the early 1960s. They debuted their O- and S-scale photoengraved brass heavyweight passenger car kits at the Cleveland NMRA Convention in 1961. Each kit consisted of photoengraved brass components for sides (with window sash already soldered in place), ends, vestibules, doors, and battery-box covers.

Also in the kit was a sheet brass floor, assorted wire, gates for the diner kitchen doors, and seven wood shapes which, when glued together, formed a hollow clerestory roof. No trucks. Also included was a brass-plated soft-metal K brake casting, inappropriate for these cars. Later editions of these cars had brass-plated soft-metal ends instead of photoengraved brass sheet. These could not be soldered with available solders at the time, so they had to be epoxied in place. The 85' dining car shown was built from an earlier kit with brass ends. Underbody components are scratchbuilt. Roof details include Super Scale clerestory vents and other details including Walthers (HO), C-D Models air-conditioning duct, MHP diaphragms, Champ decals, S Scale Loco & Supply Commonwealth trucks, HO Kadee couplers.

Other kits manufactured include :
85ft heavyweight parlor car
Pullman 85ft heavyweight 10-1-2
Pullman 85ft heavyweight 12-1
Pullman 85ft heavyweight observation
Pullman 85ft heavyweight diner


Models by Miller interurban wood and brass kit

Models by Miller interurban wood and brass kit

Models by Miller interurban wood and brass kit

Models by Miller interurban wood and brass kit

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