Re: Kingan packing

Tony Thompson

Jim Dick wrote:

      Please do not rule out that the car in question could be carrying drugs, printers ink, magazines, etc.  

     These are certainly cargoes that traveled in reefers, serving as insulated boxcars in the days before those were common. But in meat cars? I would think that the owner, or the lessee, would concentrate on their own products, not make the cars available for general service. Jim, do you know that meat cars were so used?
      Railroad-owned or leased reefers, on the other hand, would definitely handle these loads.

Tony Thompson

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