Re: Correction PRR Stock cars on Southern Pacific or Union Pacific tracks?
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Certainly, if you understand stock car movements. Stock cars were generally used to transport livestock to market and that is well understood; however, stock movements were also used to move livestock from feeding/grazing lands/ areas in order to fatten the stock for market, as in the case of cattle.
Railroads were always behind the curve with stock cars, thus the reason for the leasing of cars from companies like Mather.
So to see a brace of PRR cars on the UP or SP isn't likely but the occasional would certainly be acceptable in your modeling.
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