Re: TC boxcar nomenclature correction

Anthony Thompson <thompson@...>

Dave Sieber wrote:
Then again, I might mention that you (like most everyone) missed a minor identifying characteristic of Pullman-Standard's boxcars of the '40s, seen on both their AAR standard boxcars and the very earliest PS-1s: stepped bolster tabs. . . on Pullman-Standard boxcars built from the very late '30s through about 1949 or so (but not cars built by ACF, Magor, or anyone else).
Not true, Dave. You can see it on Pressed Steel Car and Bethlehem cars built before WW II.

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