Re: Detail of AAR 1937 boxcar - Murphy and Hutchins Roofs

Schuyler Larrabee

Manfred Lorenz:

Ships should do the same and have seem to have no problems.
That is, if they are not named Fitz.
Except that ships' hulls are made of steel plate probably a minimum of 1" thick, probably more.
Warships use plate 7-12" thick. Rail cars are built of steel sheet, often 3/32" thick.

There is a difference.


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