WM F-11 Well Hole Flatcar



This kit was developed in 2022. Production of the second batch is underway. If you reserved a kit, you will receive an invoice shortly!

WM F-11 well-hole flatcars 6010-6011 were built by Greenville Steel Car in November 1953. These sturdy 90-ton cars were used to carry various oversized loads all over the US. It was very common to see these cars carrying hydroelectric power components from Allis-Chalmers in York, PA, but this is by no means the only customer who utilized them. The model features two removable floor sections as per the prototype, which, when removed, stick to the end decks with magnets so they won’t get lost. Stenciling on the car indicates that it is not to be run empty with the floor removed, but it may just be too cool not to do it! The real WM 6011 can be seen today at the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore, MD.  We hope to offer loads for these cars in the future.

3D-printed resin kit with laser cut wood decks.

Kit does not include wheelsets, couplers, or Kadee #442 brake pads.  Wheelsets with approximately 1.005″ axle length are required.  Provisions for mounting rubber air hoses and Tangent uncoupling levers (neither are included) are provided.

Decals and lettering are shown for informative purposes only and are not included.

Special thanks to Mike from Custom Model Depot for producing the laser cut decks.

Also, special thanks to Jeff Adams from Western Maryland Railway Historical Society for producing the decals for these cars. Said decals are available from WMRHS: please email [email protected] or snail mail to WMRHS Models, PO Box 395, Union Bridge, MD 21791.


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