Today I visited the Wright-Patterson Air Force Museum, which is home to Bockscar; the plane that ended WWII, the only remaning B-10, and a bunch of other old yet amazing planes, some bordering on the bizzare (case in point: Image:EC-135E.jpg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia , and yes, that plane actualy does look like that!). Strangely, the museum has two rail cars in their possesion, one being a troop-transport for POW's. The other, however, was a 4 'four' axle boxcar at the far end of the air park. Now, we all know Lionel back in the Cold war tried out these babies: http://www.ttos-sw.org/Images/2006_missilecar.JPG . Very unprototypical, right? Well, they were at the time. Then in 1986, this came along: Fact Sheets : Peacekeeper Rail Garrison Car : Peacekeeper Rail Garrison Car image: U.S. Air Force Museum - Peacekeeper Rail Garrison Car In HO scale, this car would be one-ft. long!