These four-axle sliding wall boxcars are widely used on the Rhaetian Railroad network. They are seen on more than just freight trains. Now and then, they are coupled to an express train. The walls can be opened completely, thus making the cars easy to load and unload. As a rule, entire pallets can be loaded with a forklift entering the car. Many of the cars are adorned with advertising, but there are also some running unadorned in an unpainted aluminum look.
This is a Rhaetian Railroad (RhB) 4-axle sliding wall boxcar with RhB lettering. The car has doors with vertical braces and a short roof over the brakeman's platform. The car is prototypically painted and lettered. Naturally, the sliding doors can be opened and closed like the prototype. The car has metal solid wheels. Length over the buffers 62 cm / 24-3/8".