Perhaps but the F29 had rivets on the sides and especially those triangle deck supports, both of which can be seen in the photo.
Do you know of other depressed center flat cars with the deck supports?
On 12/21/2020 9:10 PM, BRIAN PAUL EHNI wrote:
The side frames appear different. The attached photo shows a singular upper frame, while the lightbox appears to have a more flexible, almost “Buckeye”, appearance. At least
to my eye.
The linked photo sure does look like an F29. The sill steps, grab irons, poling pockets, and polling pocket rivets all match up.
About the only difference between the attached photo and the linked photo is the cut lever. Carmer on the attached photo and bottom operated on the linked photo.
Does this flat car look like the PRR F29, also attached? (Granted, different trucks; the second order of F29 got Commonwealths).
Do those sheets look like tank or boiler heads? Interesting loading technique!