- Can Companies [was 50' box cars, car assignments, and WWII]
Re: Can Companies [was 50' box cars, car assignments, and WWII]
Norman+Laraine Larkin <lono@...>
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Were there any listings for New England or New Yorl?
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From: Howard R. Garner <hrgarner@...>
Sent: Sunday, April 06, 2003 7:57 PM
Subject: [STMFC] Can Companies [was 50' box cars, car assignments, and WWII]
Date: Sun, 6 Apr 2003 12:36:20 -0400
From: "Jack Wyatt" <cjwyatt@...>
Subject: Re: 50' box cars, car assignments, and WWII
Thanks Clark for that bit of information. I assume you are talking about
late steam era. That raises the question of where were the can
located? I would guess they were spread over the food producing areas of
country because it would be cheaper to transport tinplate than cans. Did
West coast have a lot of can manufacturers with all of the agricultural From a 1951 50th anniversary booklet from American Can Company.
producing areas and Pacific fisheries?
56 can manufacturing facilities. From Tampa FL, to Vancouver, BC.
A few others were Waterloo, IA, St. Paul, MN, Seattle, WA, Portland OR,
9 in CA and 3 in HI. Anyone wanting further info, just ask.
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