
Type 27 Tank Car Brake Gear
John  the class ICC 103 is what the car is designed to carry and is an ARA Class II and III, ICC (now DOT) designation, usually interior lining and various outlets, vents and pressure limitations. IC
John  the class ICC 103 is what the car is designed to carry and is an ARA Class II and III, ICC (now DOT) designation, usually interior lining and various outlets, vents and pressure limitations. IC

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Norm Buckhart
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Protocraft Contact?
not sure what the problem is Tom but we get orders here every day and ship them out. perhaps you have our email incorrect? Use this: norm@... regards, norm buckhart On Aug 30, 2022, at 9:09
not sure what the problem is Tom but we get orders here every day and ship them out. perhaps you have our email incorrect? Use this: norm@... regards, norm buckhart On Aug 30, 2022, at 9:09

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Norm Buckhart
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UTLX X3, 6.5K tank car
no  you are  I”m not  if both are 8m then we’re good
no  you are  I”m not  if both are 8m then we’re good

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Norm Buckhart
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UTLX X3, 6.5K tank car
I think you’re mixing volume with weight  so a greater density just means that the 6,500 gallons will weigh 1.3 x heavier  but still 6,500 gallons  so my decal set unfortunately will still be for a
I think you’re mixing volume with weight  so a greater density just means that the 6,500 gallons will weigh 1.3 x heavier  but still 6,500 gallons  so my decal set unfortunately will still be for a

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Norm Buckhart
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UTLX X3, 6.5K tank car
well you’re putting me on the spot here but they are certainly pretty similar  if they are both 8,000 gal norm
well you’re putting me on the spot here but they are certainly pretty similar  if they are both 8,000 gal norm

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Norm Buckhart
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UTLX X3, 6.5K tank car
there is: https://www.protocraft.com/category.cfm?ItemID=1170&Categoryid=36 norm buckhart, protocraft decals
there is: https://www.protocraft.com/category.cfm?ItemID=1170&Categoryid=36 norm buckhart, protocraft decals

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Norm Buckhart
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Strike Photos/SOO double door 50' Boxcar (1938)
the car was designed for loading of large newsprint rolls by forklift  the centered doors allowed for more rolls. This was also was the reasoning for the CGW centered doors 50’ boxcars. Norm Buckhart
the car was designed for loading of large newsprint rolls by forklift  the centered doors allowed for more rolls. This was also was the reasoning for the CGW centered doors 50’ boxcars. Norm Buckhart

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Norm Buckhart
· #189424
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"Roof Ribs" (was Murphy Radial Roof?)
On Dec 23, 2021, at 9:51 AM, Eric Hansmann <eric@...> wrote: I think I’ve seen seam cap and car lines used here. Eric Hansmann Murfreesboro, TN On Dec 23, 2021, at 11:25 AM, Bob Chapman <cha
On Dec 23, 2021, at 9:51 AM, Eric Hansmann <eric@...> wrote: I think I’ve seen seam cap and car lines used here. Eric Hansmann Murfreesboro, TN On Dec 23, 2021, at 11:25 AM, Bob Chapman <cha

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Norm Buckhart
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Rebuilding Boxcars At Altoona
yes  called a ‘buck’ The cars are the first all steel round roof PRR X31’s of the PRR design being built as new in 1935 with government stimulus money during the depression  putting over 4,000 peopl
yes  called a ‘buck’ The cars are the first all steel round roof PRR X31’s of the PRR design being built as new in 1935 with government stimulus money during the depression  putting over 4,000 peopl

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Norm Buckhart
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partial view of a HERCULES POWDER tank car
it’s available: https://www.protocraft.com/category.cfm?ItemID=1127&Categoryid=36 norm buckhart
it’s available: https://www.protocraft.com/category.cfm?ItemID=1127&Categoryid=36 norm buckhart

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Norm Buckhart
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WP 12011250 Tank Cars
Tom  this is from the 192050’s and may help. Norm Buckhart
Tom  this is from the 192050’s and may help. Norm Buckhart

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Norm Buckhart
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Photo: SLSF Hopper 91062
Correct Ben  here’s the rule: norm buckhart
Correct Ben  here’s the rule: norm buckhart

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Norm Buckhart
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ATSF Mineral Brown
the text in the center paragraph was written by Richard and gives the TCP numbers and dates applied:
the text in the center paragraph was written by Richard and gives the TCP numbers and dates applied:

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Norm Buckhart
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Question re: upcoming Rapido USRA DS box
that’s not a problem  I will complete the sizing here  maybe half size or quarter size?
that’s not a problem  I will complete the sizing here  maybe half size or quarter size?

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Norm Buckhart
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Union Oil 76 paint scheme
Tony  I was told that the real one was painted up for display at the New York World’s Fair  so a one off. Uncle Jerry weigh in here. Norm Buckhart Begin forwarded message:
Tony  I was told that the real one was painted up for display at the New York World’s Fair  so a one off. Uncle Jerry weigh in here. Norm Buckhart Begin forwarded message:

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Norm Buckhart
· #169893
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SP/SSW "DF" loader symbol decal: Is the one"
they are two shades of yellow Bill  I have them O scale but not HO. Norm Buckhart
they are two shades of yellow Bill  I have them O scale but not HO. Norm Buckhart

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Norm Buckhart
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RI 264000 lettering
Ron  this could have been renumbered but may be what you are looking for. norm buckhart
Ron  this could have been renumbered but may be what you are looking for. norm buckhart

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Norm Buckhart
· #168557
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Photo: Chalk Marks On Boxcar
Guy  are these cans in the photo Keely Cans? that you are referring to? Norm Buckhart
Guy  are these cans in the photo Keely Cans? that you are referring to? Norm Buckhart

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Norm Buckhart
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builder's photo
this would be the builder’s photo of the side view. Not sure when the buzz saw came into practice but after 1919 when these were built. norm
this would be the builder’s photo of the side view. Not sure when the buzz saw came into practice but after 1919 when these were built. norm

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Norm Buckhart
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PHOTO HELP NEEDED  AGAIN
I think it’s correct Bill (Norm Buckhart) Begin forwarded message:
I think it’s correct Bill (Norm Buckhart) Begin forwarded message:

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Norm Buckhart
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