--- In STMFC@..., "Mike Brock" <brockm@...> wrote:
Larry Ostrech writes:
"Tim Gilbert pointed out that the percentage of home road cars staying
on-line greatly increased throughout the depression years, and so the
distribution of cars nationwide was quite different in 1949 than in 1938.
The more-or-less uniform distribution of plain box cars is far more apparent
in the late 1940's than in the late 1930's."
I'm not clear on this. Where does this come from?
Mike, Tim O'connor wrote this, not me. You'll have to ask him where it comes from.