Re: Hoppers?


Armand Premo
 

While there are several models of hoppers available I personally feel that the current offerings do not truly represent the prototype fleet.Armand Premo

----- Original Message -----
From: al_brown03
To: STMFC@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Sunday, October 30, 2011 6:52 PM
Subject: [STMFC] Re: Hoppers?



Per notes from various sources:

CRR 49869, IC 76247 and 87402, D&H 3987, MILW 95009 hoppers
L&A 9144 50' high side gondola
MILW 83117 I don't know (series 81482-83480 *even* were double-sheathed boxcars, most other 8xxxx were gondolas)

Al Brown, Melbourne, Fla.

--- In STMFC@yahoogroups.com, "Clark and Eileen" <cepropst@...> wrote:
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> I haven't looked in the ORER yet. But I'm assuming all these cars are hoppers. I'm transcribing a Station Car Record book into Excel and though these entries might be of interest to some.
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> Train Date Initial Number Contents Consignor Consignee
> 197 6/13/55 LV 60255 Limestone Ferguson Ia Hallet Const
> 196 6/14/55 CRR 49869 Limestone Ferguson Ia Hallet Const
> 196 6/14/55 IC 76247 Limestone Ferguson Ia Hallet Const
> 196 6/14/55 D&H 3987 Limestone Ferguson Ia Hallet Const
> 196 6/14/55 IC 8740 2 Limestone Ferguson Ia Hallet Const
> 196 6/14/55 NYC 860008 Limestone Ferguson Ia Hallet Const
> 196 6/14/55 Milw 95009 Limestone Ferguson Ia Hallet Const
> 196 6/22/55 L&A 9144 Limestone Ferguson Ia Hallet Const
> 197 6/26/55 Milw 83117 Limestone Ferguson Ia Hallet Const
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> Clark Propst
> Mason City Iowa
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