Re: Swift's Brookfield Butter "Meat" Reefer
Well Don, let me see if I can help you here. If you look on page #45 oftoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
the Carstens Publications book, Grand Trunk Heritage by Phill Hastings,
you shall find a photo of one "second out", as we railroads use to say, in
in a Grand Trunk freight train. The photo is not the best, halftone to be
sure, but you can clearly see it has only two hinges on each door, and is
in the 1950's red and white paint scheme.
I think I have seen another photo of a Swift car with two hinges per
door, but to tell you the truth, I can't at this moment tell you were.
Happiness, Jerry Stewart
In a rain soaked Woodstock, Illinois
--- In STMFC@..., "Donald B. Valentine" <riverman_vt@...> wrote:
The problem with the Atlas meat reefer is that it was an odd