UTLX 96720 would have been part of a
group of cars ordered in 1951 but not completed until
1953, so weren’t listed in the Jan 1952 roster, which can
be seen in the files section of this group.
I probably should have included this
information into the roster in the UTLX book, so it was an
oversight on my part.
Here are three more lines that could
be included into Appendix 2
96412 – 96461 11,000 Z5-300
ACF 1951 50 50 Lot 3748.
Completed 6-14-52. Commercial design
96462 – 96712 11,000 X5-300
Graver and Whiting 1952 251
96713 – 96949 11,000 X5-300
Graver and Whiting 1952 237
236 Completed 4-17-53
Bottom line is, no, 96720 is not the
Atlas model, it is a UTLX design car with a tank built by
Graver and the car assembled at UTLX, Whiting, Indiana.
Hope this helps.
Does UTLX 96720 look like an ACF built tank car?
Is it the same as the Kadee model?
On 7/8/2020 1:50 PM, Gatwood, Elden J SAD wrote:
Bob and all;
I see two Skelgas and at least three other (one
being a UTLX), what look like ICC-105-300’s, almost
certainly in compressed gas service. Is there a
production area in the vicinity?
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Subject: [Non-DoD Source] [RealSTMFC] Photo: Carbon
Photo: Carbon Black Car?
A 1955 photo from the Oklahoma
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The covered hopper appears to be
a carbon black car.