The Railway Express Agency (founded as American Railway Express Agency; later, American Railway Express Inc.) was a national package delivery service that operated in the United States from 1918 to 1975. REA arranged transport and delivery via existing railroad infrastructure, much as today's UPS or DHL companies use roads and air transport. It was created through the forced consolidation of existing services into a federal near-monopoly to ensure the rapid and safe movement of parcels, money, and goods during World War I.
REA ceased operations in 1975, when its business model ceased to be viable.
50' Riveted Steel Express Reefer
Atlas (Branchline Trains) #2504 - As Delivered 
Atlas (Branchline Trains) #2501 - Hunter Green w/Full Name Herald [1949-1952]
Atlas (Branchline Trains) #2502 - Hunter Green w/REA Logo Herald 
Atlas (Branchline Trains) #2503 - Chromate Green w/REA Logo Herald [1960s]
GACX 53'6" Wood Reefer
Broadway Limited Imports #1455, 1480, 1838, 1840