Re: Equipment Instructions for freight cars (UNCLASSIFIED)

Anthony Thompson <thompson@...>

Mark Morgan wrote:
Elden is correct. I work at a steel mill and years ago received alloys and additives by rail. Those containers in gons were not liked. The bno had hoppers with colored(orange) ends for ferro manganese.
How many years ago, Mark? Things changed greatly from, say, the early 1950s to the early 1960s as far as cargoes in covered hoppers.

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