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Re: 3-Dome GATX Type 30 Tank Car from Tangent make surprise debut

Tony Thompson
 

Mike Aufderheide wrote:

 
The other reason to buy the kit is the relatively easy conversion to a single compartment car with Archer rivets and a new dome.  It is nice to have a 6,000 gallon tank as a starting point and a frame that will not to be changed need much.

    Hear, hear. The 6k size is much needed, for many prototypes (you could remove one end dome and add a larger center dome, to represent one of those converted cars), and even more so for insulated cars. But we'll have to wait for that one.

Tony Thompson             Editor, Signature Press, Berkeley, CA
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Publishers of books on railroad history





Re: C&BT Car Shops -- Re: History of Prototype Freight Car M

North Model Railroad Supplies <nmrs@...>
 

Dick still owns and runs the business.

There are a number of items in the line that are out of stock, and based on discussions we have had, I doubt that will change.

As Ben mentioned, in some cases his cars are still the only game in town.

The bodies, doors etc are OK, as long as you don’t mind the cast on ladders etc.

The walks are usually terrible, but Plano has etched ones available, and A-line make nice stirrups.

Kit wheels are also worthy of replacement.

That said they can be build into a reasonable car and with some moderate upgrading, can hold their own with Accurail and Atlas Trainman.

I have a few that I use on our portable club layout.

They certainly are not on a par with the highly detailed Tangent, Exactrail etc etc offerings available today - and neither is their price.

Cheers

Dave North

 

 

 


Re: Multi-dome tank car data

Clark Propst
 

What are the numbers in the third column? Is distillate
diesel fuel? Is tal the total car volume shipped?

 
Nelson, As near as I can tell, what you see as a third column is the car number. I do believe distillate is diesel fuel...?
Clark Propst
Mason City Iowa


Re: Most needed car?

Douglas Harding
 

What is a UP HK-50-4? And until now, I was not aware I needed one.

 

Doug Harding

www.iowacentralrr.org

 


Re: AUTOMOBILE SHIPMENTS IN BOX CARS IN THE 1950S

Richard Hendrickson
 

On Oct 18, 2013, at 1:41 PM, William Keene <wakeene@...> wrote:

 

Hello Group,

I have a question regarding the shipment of new automobiles in box cars in the post WW II era and into the early 1950s.

The recent issue of Trains Magazine has a number of articles on the shipment of automobiles via rail but is a bit vague about the timeline for the use of box cars. It has been my understanding -- perhaps misguided -- that automobile shipments after WWII moved from rail to highway over the road trailer and very few cars were shipped in box cars at this time period.

My questions are:
1) is my understanding of the shipment of automobiles via rail correct?

No.

2) were automobiles being shipped in box cars into the 1950s?

Yes, in large numbers.

3) if YES, then what makes were shipped by rail?

All, or almost all, of them.

4) after WWII was box car shipment of automobiles, if shipped in a box car, done using 40-foot or 50-foot box cars?

Both.  As postwar autos grew in size, 50' cars with auto racks we're used in larger numbers, but there were many 40' rack-equipped auto cars in this service, including some that were built new for that purpose in the late 1940s and early '50s.

Owing partly to the development of the interstate highway system in the '50s, the shipment of new autos by truck rather than by rail made serious inroads into rail traffic of new autos, which is why the railroads began developing auto rack flat cars.  However, at least from 1945 through the late '50s, rail shipments of new autos, as well as of auto parts, was a substantial source of revenue, and the railroads developed a system of assigned-service pools in which each RR on a certain route contributed a number of cars to the pool roughly proportional to their route mileage.  Cars assigned to the pools had pool numbers and return routes stenciled on them so they would rapidly be returned empty to the point of origin.

After WW II the auto industry diversified geographically (often using war production plants that were purchased from the government for a small fraction of what they were worth), so new autos were being produced in large numbers at locations far from the former center of the industry in the Great Lakes states, e.g. Georgia, Texas, Southern California.  Increasingly, some models were made in only one factory and thus had to be shipped long distances to markets in other parts of the country, and the greater the distance, the more likely they were to be shipped by rail.

Richard Hendrickson


Most needed car?

Mikebrock
 

Armand Premo says:

"My concern, for what it is worth, is that the most needed/wanted car possible.I suppose we all have our druthers.Isn't it about time to start another discussion about what is needed."

Why do we need another poll? Everyone knows the most needed car is the UP HK-50-4 [ although either the HK-50-3 or HK-50-5 would suffice ] and the UP 4209 class 12500 gal tank car. <G>

Mike Brock


Re: 3-Dome GATX Type 30 Tank Car from Tangent make surprise debut

asychis@...
 

Group, 
 
Upon reflection I think a couple of my recent posts might have given the impression that I was unhappy with some aspects of Tangent's three dome tank cars. I questioned the ACI label and the numbers.  I was attempting to get more information on these two subjects, but the posts came across as criticisms of what look to be excellent models.  I purchased five of the cars on Saturday night, so I am "good" with them. I apologize for any misunderstandings. I should have worded the posts more precisely, and not left them so open ended.
 
Jerry Michels


Re: 3-Dome GATX Type 30 Tank Car from Tangent make surprise debut

Michael Aufderheide
 

The other reason to buy the kit is the relatively easy conversion to a single compartment car with Archer rivets and a new dome. It is nice to have a 6,000 gallon tank as a starting point and a frame that will not to be changed need much.

Mike Aufderheide


---In STMFC@..., <stmfc@...> wrote:

I showed my Tangent Tank Car Kit to Al Ferguson and he assured me he will be doing a supplemental decal sheet to cover the the 6K 3-dome configuration.


As to the question about why would anyone buy the kit, some of us enjoy building and also like to see how the model is designed. Also it makes it easy to install brass wire for the rods and piping. I will also use Jon Cagle's/Southern Car & Foundry sill steps


This is a VERY nifty model. All of the grabs are metal, and the placard boards and tank bands with built-in clevis are photo etch. The weight fits into the bottom sheet very precisely and requires no adhesive.


It would be good if there is an exploded view included and I bet my mentioning might result in one. Although I do not know if it was ever done, but if there are any photos to document if any of these cars were ever converted to two-compartment (blanking over one dome) or single dome cars (blanking over two domes), so much the better!


Instead of all the whys and wherefores and hand-wringing, I say Hooray for Tangent!


Bill Welch


---In stmfc@..., <tangentscalemodels@...> wrote:

Guys,

I fear that misconceptions about the Tangent Scale Models General American tank cars will jeopardize the very significant investment Tangent Scale Models has made in this product. I ask each of you to look at the model photos, available on our website, to see for yourself what each factory painted model looks like and how you might modify it to suit your exacting tastes. Please keep in mind that Tangent would like to offer other paint schemes and other cars in the future, but that all depends on how this first run of tank cars does!

To be clear, a 1949 modeler has no reason to buy the 1968 model with an ACI label. We offer a 1958 lettered scheme that can be backdated with date changes should you choose to.

For those that want to paint their own from scratch, there is a nice GATX decal set available from Al Ferguson of Black Cat Decals. Here: http://www.greatdecals.com/BlackCat.htm and it is set GAT 20717. I know of no other decal sets that approach the overall quality of the GATX lettering found in this set, but I am unsure whether it has all of the exacting data needed to mark a 3 compartment, 6,000 gallon, GA-built tank properly.

David Lehlbach
Tangent Scale Models





---In STMFC@..., <stmfc@...> wrote:


Re: Multi-dome tank car data

jon miller <atsfus@...>
 

On 10/21/2013 8:53 AM, Douglas Harding wrote:
A lot of early farm tractors ran on distillate (but started with more expensive gasoline or kerosene), hence the large amounts of distilate delivered to local oil jobbers in the 30’s & 40’s
    I just bought a Ford 8N.  Doing some research I noticed that you could buy it for either distillate or gas.  I don't remember the years for the option.

-- 

Jon Miller
For me time stopped in 1941
Digitrax--Chief/Zephyr systems, JMRI User
NMRA Life member #2623
Member SFRH&MS


Re: Multi-dome tank car data

Douglas Harding
 

Distilate was an early fuel, a cheap byproduct (some considered a waste product) of the petroleum refining process. It is not diesel nor is it gasoline. Distilate was commonly used over gasoline because it was half the cost. Diesel engines were expensive, thus were not commonly used in farming or highway trucks until the late 50’s when their higher torque proved popular. A lot of early farm tractors ran on distillate (but started with more expensive gasoline or kerosene), hence the large amounts of distilate delivered to local oil jobbers in the 30’s & 40’s. A three dome tank car could contain distilate, kerosene and gasoline in amounts a small dealer could receive. Distilate was also used in the earliest gas electrics, the UP’s M10000 burned distilate. The early Winton engines were designed to burn distilate. http://utahrails.net/loconotes/pcook-winton.php

 

The group files contains a spreadsheet “M&STL Station Books.xls” showing freight car delivery, and their contents, to two small towns on the M&StL, Minburn and Dallas Center IA. Years from the mid 40’s and mid 50’s are listed. The late Tim Gilbert took these spreadsheets and created one showing just the petroleum products and tank cars delivered to these towns in 1949, it is in the group files “49mslminburndallascenteroil.xls”. Note distilate is a common load, as is gasoline. A few loads of fuel oil (ie home heating oil), but no diesel in 1949.

 

Doug Harding

www.iowacentralrr.org

 


Re: 3-Dome GATX Type 30 Tank Car from Tangent make surprise debut

Bill Welch
 

I showed my Tangent Tank Car Kit to Al Ferguson and he assured me he will be doing a supplemental decal sheet to cover the the 6K 3-dome configuration.


As to the question about why would anyone buy the kit, some of us enjoy building and also like to see how the model is designed. Also it makes it easy to install brass wire for the rods and piping. I will also use Jon Cagle's/Southern Car & Foundry sill steps


This is a VERY nifty model. All of the grabs are metal, and the placard boards and tank bands with built-in clevis are photo etch. The weight fits into the bottom sheet very precisely and requires no adhesive.


It would be good if there is an exploded view included and I bet my mentioning might result in one. Although I do not know if it was ever done, but if there are any photos to document if any of these cars were ever converted to two-compartment (blanking over one dome) or single dome cars (blanking over two domes), so much the better!


Instead of all the whys and wherefores and hand-wringing, I say Hooray for Tangent!


Bill Welch


---In stmfc@..., <tangentscalemodels@...> wrote:

Guys,

I fear that misconceptions about the Tangent Scale Models General American tank cars will jeopardize the very significant investment Tangent Scale Models has made in this product. I ask each of you to look at the model photos, available on our website, to see for yourself what each factory painted model looks like and how you might modify it to suit your exacting tastes. Please keep in mind that Tangent would like to offer other paint schemes and other cars in the future, but that all depends on how this first run of tank cars does!

To be clear, a 1949 modeler has no reason to buy the 1968 model with an ACI label. We offer a 1958 lettered scheme that can be backdated with date changes should you choose to.

For those that want to paint their own from scratch, there is a nice GATX decal set available from Al Ferguson of Black Cat Decals. Here: http://www.greatdecals.com/BlackCat.htm and it is set GAT 20717. I know of no other decal sets that approach the overall quality of the GATX lettering found in this set, but I am unsure whether it has all of the exacting data needed to mark a 3 compartment, 6,000 gallon, GA-built tank properly.

David Lehlbach
Tangent Scale Models





---In STMFC@..., <stmfc@...> wrote:

Are GATX or other appropriate owner decals available for late steam era circa 1949-1953? If so, I’d buy some undecorated cars to paint and decal. I noticed that undecorated cars are only $5 more than the kits, so why build a kit?

Nelson Moyer

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Re: 3-Dome GATX Type 30 Tank Car from Tangent make surprise debut

Armand Premo
 

My concern, for what it is worth, is that the most needed/wanted car possible.I suppose we all have our druthers.Isn't it about time to start another discussion about what is needed.Maybe some manufacturer(s) will pick up the ball.Armand Premo

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Subject: Re: [STMFC] Re: 3-Dome GATX Type 30 Tank Car from Tangent make surprise debut

 

Bruce, Jerry, and all. The erroneous ACI label and the 1958 date connection came from a posting I made, based upon a conversation I had with someone at the Tangent table. It has since been made very clear that the 1958 scheme does not have an ACI label. What I was told when asking about a car for my 1949 time frame was “you can cover over the ACI label and change the 1958 dates” to modify a GATX paint scheme to make it appropriate. The rest of the lettering is the same.

The ACI label is immaterial. If one looks at the photos of the Tangent 1958 scheme, you will see 1958 all over the thing. Far too many, and too small, to look at changing them all. I will just wait for a time appropriate model, which I was assured would be coming in the future.

Doug Harding

www.iowacentralrr.org


Re: 3-Dome GATX Type 30 Tank Car from Tangent make surprise debut

al_brown03
 

I've ordered a kit, because I like to build, and I look forward to it with great pleasure! Thanks for the tip about the Black Cat decals, which I didn't know about.

Al Brown, Melbourne, Fla.


---In STMFC@..., <stmfc@...> wrote:

Guys,

I fear that misconceptions about the Tangent Scale Models General American tank cars will jeopardize the very significant investment Tangent Scale Models has made in this product. I ask each of you to look at the model photos, available on our website, to see for yourself what each factory painted model looks like and how you might modify it to suit your exacting tastes. Please keep in mind that Tangent would like to offer other paint schemes and other cars in the future, but that all depends on how this first run of tank cars does!

To be clear, a 1949 modeler has no reason to buy the 1968 model with an ACI label. We offer a 1958 lettered scheme that can be backdated with date changes should you choose to.

For those that want to paint their own from scratch, there is a nice GATX decal set available from Al Ferguson of Black Cat Decals. Here: http://www.greatdecals.com/BlackCat.htm and it is set GAT 20717. I know of no other decal sets that approach the overall quality of the GATX lettering found in this set, but I am unsure whether it has all of the exacting data needed to mark a 3 compartment, 6,000 gallon, GA-built tank properly.

David Lehlbach
Tangent Scale Models





---In STMFC@..., <stmfc@...> wrote:

Are GATX or other appropriate owner decals available for late steam era circa 1949-1953? If so, I’d buy some undecorated cars to paint and decal. I noticed that undecorated cars are only $5 more than the kits, so why build a kit?

Nelson Moyer

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Sent: Monday, October 21, 2013 9:34 AM
To: STMFC@...
Subject: Re: [STMFC] Re: 3-Dome GATX Type 30 Tank Car from Tangent make surprise debut


Re: C&BT Car Shops -- Re: History of Prototype Freight Car Modeling

Benjamin Hom
 

Tom Hayden wrote:
"Have you guys noticed that C&BT is back in business? I have bought several old kits on e-bay over past several years and have recently noticed a lot of kits appearing on e-bay.

Then today I saw a post on Model Railroader forum that said they have a website. Indeed!  http://cbtshops.com/
 
Anyone know anything about this? Who is running it? Might they have new hardware for old kits?"
 
Not sure if Dick is still involved or if any investment has been made in tooling.
 
The following is MY OPINION ALONE and is not attributable to any organization I support or manufacurer who requests consulting from me.
 
The marketplace is much changed since C&BT first introduced their postwar AAR boxcar.  The first steps made by C&BT, McKean, and Front Range towards reintoducing freight car kits with separate details to the mass market in the 1980s (Kurtz Kraft tried with their PS-1 model in the 1960s but was overwhelmed by the Athearn styrene IC/SOO/DSS&A boxcar) directly led to the more advanced styrene kits we have today.  Thirty years later, that tooling, printing, and overall quality of those kits are sadly dated, with oversized and clunky details and less accurate paint schemes that do not compare favorably with the models available today.  The biggest knock on these kits is the average modeler often  failed to produce models that ran and looked good out of the box following the kit instructions.  Quality models can certainly be built from these kits, but through the use of aftermarket detail parts, trucks, and wheelsets and reworking of the underframes.
 
Additionally, many of these models have been superceded by offerings from other manufacturers.  However, in C&BT's case, there are several models in their product line that have not yet been offered by other manufacturers (10 ft 6 in 12-panel welded side postwar AAR boxcars; SFRD rebuilt plug door reefers, EBT hoppers).  Even though many on this list thinks that the tooling revisions for molded-on grabs and ladders was a mistake, there is still a complementary market for such models of the postwar AAR boxcars and SFRD reefers (along the lines of Accurail), but the tooling would have to be improved dramatically to produce models with better fit, function, and appearance to be able to compete in this marketplace.
 
 
Ben Hom


Re: 3-Dome GATX Type 30 Tank Car from Tangent make surprise debut

Tangent Scale Models
 

Guys,

I fear that misconceptions about the Tangent Scale Models General American tank cars will jeopardize the very significant investment Tangent Scale Models has made in this product. I ask each of you to look at the model photos, available on our website, to see for yourself what each factory painted model looks like and how you might modify it to suit your exacting tastes. Please keep in mind that Tangent would like to offer other paint schemes and other cars in the future, but that all depends on how this first run of tank cars does!

To be clear, a 1949 modeler has no reason to buy the 1968 model with an ACI label. We offer a 1958 lettered scheme that can be backdated with date changes should you choose to.

For those that want to paint their own from scratch, there is a nice GATX decal set available from Al Ferguson of Black Cat Decals. Here: http://www.greatdecals.com/BlackCat.htm and it is set GAT 20717. I know of no other decal sets that approach the overall quality of the GATX lettering found in this set, but I am unsure whether it has all of the exacting data needed to mark a 3 compartment, 6,000 gallon, GA-built tank properly.

David Lehlbach
Tangent Scale Models





---In STMFC@..., <stmfc@...> wrote:

Are GATX or other appropriate owner decals available for late steam era circa 1949-1953? If so, I’d buy some undecorated cars to paint and decal. I noticed that undecorated cars are only $5 more than the kits, so why build a kit?

Nelson Moyer

-----Original Message-----
From: STMFC@... [mailto:STMFC@...] On Behalf Of Douglas Harding
Sent: Monday, October 21, 2013 9:34 AM
To: STMFC@...
Subject: Re: [STMFC] Re: 3-Dome GATX Type 30 Tank Car from Tangent make surprise debut


Bruce, Jerry, and all. The erroneous ACI label and the 1958 date connection came from a posting I made, based upon a conversation I had with someone at the Tangent table. It has since been made very clear that the 1958 scheme does not have an ACI label. What I was told when asking about a car for my 1949 time frame was “you can cover over the ACI label and change the 1958 dates” to modify a GATX paint scheme to make it appropriate. The rest of the lettering is the same.

The ACI label is immaterial. If one looks at the photos of the Tangent 1958 scheme, you will see 1958 all over the thing. Far too many, and too small, to look at changing them all. I will just wait for a time appropriate model, which I was assured would be coming in the future.

Doug Harding
www.iowacentralrr.org


Re: Primitive Water Crossing

bierglaeser@...
 

And I presume the gentleman standing on the running board will apply the box car's hand brake as the tug approaches the dock.

VBG

Gene Green 



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Before barges?

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Story at http://cs.trains.com/ctr/f/3/p/35270/454166.aspx

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Re: 3-Dome GATX Type 30 Tank Car from Tangent make surprise debut

Nelson Moyer <ku0a@...>
 

Are GATX or other appropriate owner decals available for late steam era circa 1949-1953? If so, I’d buy some undecorated cars to paint and decal. I noticed that undecorated cars are only $5 more than the kits, so why build a kit?

 

Nelson Moyer

 

-----Original Message-----
From: STMFC@... [mailto:STMFC@...] On Behalf Of Douglas Harding
Sent: Monday, October 21, 2013 9:34 AM
To: STMFC@...
Subject: Re: [STMFC] Re: 3-Dome GATX Type 30 Tank Car from Tangent make surprise debut

 

 

Bruce, Jerry, and all. The erroneous ACI label and the 1958 date connection came from a posting I made, based upon a conversation I had with someone at the Tangent table. It has since been made very clear that the 1958 scheme does not have an ACI label. What I was told when asking about a car for my 1949 time frame was “you can cover over the ACI label and change the 1958 dates” to modify a GATX paint scheme to make it appropriate. The rest of the lettering is the same.

 

The ACI label is immaterial. If one looks at the photos of the Tangent 1958 scheme, you will see 1958 all over the thing. Far too many, and too small, to look at changing them all. I will just wait for a time appropriate model, which I was assured would be coming in the future.

 

Doug Harding

www.iowacentralrr.org

 


Introduction

Chris Adams
 

Hi all,

I just posted to the ProtoLayouts group, so my apologies in advance to anybody that's "met" me already %^)  I've been lurking there as well as here for a while now and learning a lot.  But now that I'm finally building a layout - and trying my best to build accurate freight cars to run on that layout, I figured it was time to quit lurking, introduce myself, and start posting when I have something to contribute.

I'm modeling the New Haven Railroad's Connecticut Valley Line as it was in October, 1947. I have a huge advantage (and, unfortunately, little excuse to get it wrong) since I live right next door to the line and actually work on its southern portion (www.essexsteamtrain.com). Here in Connecticut, we're also blessed with a number of railroad museums that have preserved freight equipment - though of course, not always the specific prototype I need!  So the STMFC list is a real help.

I'll certainly chime in here when I can, but I'm starting to post progress on my website at www.thevalleylocal.net - if you get a chance, stop by. I'll appreciate any tips/suggestions/guidance from you guys here that have so much more experience in this than I do.

 

Relevant to this group, my latest post has pics of some of my freight cars.  Be kind though - they're the first resin freight car kits I've built. :^)

Best regards,

Chris

www.thevalleylocal.net


Re: 3-Dome GATX Type 30 Tank Car from Tangent make surprise debut

Douglas Harding
 

Bruce, Jerry, and all. The erroneous ACI label and the 1958 date connection came from a posting I made, based upon a conversation I had with someone at the Tangent table. It has since been made very clear that the 1958 scheme does not have an ACI label. What I was told when asking about a car for my 1949 time frame was “you can cover over the ACI label and change the 1958 dates” to modify a GATX paint scheme to make it appropriate. The rest of the lettering is the same.

 

The ACI label is immaterial. If one looks at the photos of the Tangent 1958 scheme, you will see 1958 all over the thing. Far too many, and too small, to look at changing them all. I will just wait for a time appropriate model, which I was assured would be coming in the future.

 

Doug Harding

www.iowacentralrr.org

 


Re: Multi-dome tank car data

Nelson Moyer <ku0a@...>
 

Clark,



This is very useful. What are the numbers in the third column? Is distillate
diesel fuel? Is tal the total car volume shipped?



Thanks.

Nelson Moyer

Iowa City, IA

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cepropst@q.com
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I have some weigh bills for 2 and 3 dome tank cars. I've copied them below.
Hope the info isn't too mucked up?




1/25/1954

SVX

200

TM 8,000 gal 2 dome tank,

Soc Vac Oil

Mueller Service and Supplies,

Watertown, MN

GN-MW,

comp A 2532 gal kerosene comp B 5560 gal distillate


3/26/1954

SVX

202

TM 8,00 gal tank 2 dome,

Soc Vac Oil

Mueller Service and Supplies,

Watertown, MN

GN-MW,

comp A 2516 kero, comp B 5581 dist 8097 gals


10/27/1954

SVX

258

TM 8,000 gal 2 dome tank,

Soc Vac Oil

Mueller Service,

Watertown, MN

GN-MW,

comp A kero 2485 gal, comp B dist 5418 gal


4/28/1954

UTLX

725

TM 2 dome tank,

Soc Vac Oil

Mueller Service and Supplies,

Watertown, MN

NP-MW,

gas A 2838, B 5131


3/10/1954

UTLX

2141

TM tank 3 dome,

Standard Oil

Standard oil,

Watertown, MN

GN-MW,

gas comp A 2116, comp B 1973, comp C 2112, tal 6201 gals


5/17/1954

UTLX

2633

TM 3 dome tank,

Soc Vac Oil

Mueller Service and Supples

Watertown, MN

NP-MW,

gas A 2194, B 2193, C 2190 tal 6577 gals


3/26/1954

UTLX

2799

TM tank 3 dome,

Std Oil

Std Oil,

Watertown, MN

GN-MW,

dist comp A 2187, B 2211, C 2192 tal 6590 gals


3/22/1954

UTLX

2879

TM tank 3 dome,

Std Oil

Standard Oil,

Watertown, MN

GN-MW,

dist comp A 2195, comp B 2190, com C 2200 tal 6585 gals


4/2/1954

UTLX

3078

TM tank 3 dome,

Std Oil

Standard Oil,

Watertown, MN

GN-MW,

comp A 2200, B 2188, C 2200 tal 6588 gals dist



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Mason City Iowa

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