Re: Four more 1920 freight car photos
This is a wild guess, Pat, but some early reefers were cooled by overhead bins with ice in them. But unless this car had those AND end bunkers, that can’t be it. This one DOES have end bunkers, you can see that from the salt deposits on the ends of the trucks. Those salt deposits are why later reefers had drains that were oriented to drip outward over the side of the trucks and rails, as this caused a lot of damage to rolling stock, track and in particular, bridges.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
On the two Fruit Growers reefers, wonder that the little metal fixture over the doors are for? Looks like a porch light fixture, but it can't be that.
Santa Barbara, CA
On Sat, Mar 4, 2017 at 9:12 AM, 'Schuyler Larrabee' email@example.com [STMFC] <STMFC@yahoogroups.com> wrote:
FGE and GET cars. Last in the list, so scroll down.
What road did G.E.T. stand for?