Folks: According to Thompson Freight Cars vol 4 the car, T&NO 3xx22 is likely a
CS-31 built c1902, series 31150-31499, 300 cars. And note that it has both side
and end grab irons; it was likely built with solely side grab irons, the end grabs
being installed about 1911. And the siding is pretty "weathered," suggesting
quite a few years of service. (Note the 6" board serving as the upper end door,
for example). I suggest the date of the photo is possibly 1915-1920.
---In STMFC@..., <riverob@...> wrote: The car end closest to the camera is T&NO 3xx22.
Car to the left is SP (can't read the 5-digit number)
---In STMFC@..., <thecitrusbelt@...> wrote: