|Uncataloged and produced by K-Line in 2002. Less than 200 were made. These were only given to Conrail employees who had perfect safety records. This car was an add-on to a previous Conrail freight set. Car was named Oak Island after New Jersey, Port Newark freight yard, originally built by the Lehigh Valley in 1903. Features; plastic molded Vista Dome streamliner body, die-cast 4-wheel trucks with operating couplers, detailed furnished interior, illuminated interior, metal grab irons, detailed underside, diaphragms, and authentic Conrail paint scheme and graphics.