Re: Car Types for a Brown & Haley Candy Factory
---In STMFC@..., <timboconnor@...> wrote :
Say WHAT?? There was no such thing as an insulated box car (i.e. RB bunkerless reefer) ???
I have shots of wood sheathed steam era Hershey's RB's. The "L" refers to loading devices, which
really came into their own with forklifts and pallets. Prior to that time loads were braced or packed in
such a way to avoid load shifting.
Yeah, but Hershey was a huge company, that ran their own car fleet. Hop in your time machine, try ordering an RB from the local railroad and see what you get.