Re: PRR gon with some kind of metal product load

Denny Anspach <danspachmd@...>

The Budd company was a major (road) truck-trailer and automotive supplier, particularly wheels, before,  during and after its side production of passenger railroad cars.  The Hunting Park facility was where Budd manufactured all of its original stainless early ‘30s  experimental, Burlington, ATSF, B&M, etc.  cars (and locomotive bodies) up to 1948 when all railroad care production was moved to its new Red Lion plant. Apparently the Hunting Park plant depicted currently continued in operation for some decades after 1948 producing other Budd products. 

Denny S. Anspach, MD
Sacramento, CA 95864

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