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A list of square corner '37 AAR box cars


Andy Carlson
 


Hello folks-
1936 to 1940 were the years that large numbers of square corner Drednaught end equipped '37 AAR box cars were built. As can be seen in the list below of these square corner end cars, there were many 10s of thousands of them built in both Canada and the US.

This list is from data in the recently released volume on 1937 AAR box cars by Pat Wider, continuing the fine series of Railroad Prototype Cyclopedias.

Square corner end '37 AAR rosters by RR:

ATSF 136000-136499; 136500-137999; 138000-138499;
B&O 384000-384499
C&EI 64000-64499
C&O 4000-4499; 4500-4999; 5000-5399; 5400-5499
CN had 1000s
CP had 1000s
ERIE 78000-78499
ITC 6000-6099
KCS 14000-14199; 17000-17499; 17450-17749
NKP 15000-15499; 15500-15999
ONT 90000-90499; 90500-90999
RDG 103000-103299
SL-SF 140000-140038
SOO 136000-136198 even #s
SRR 10000-12022; 12023-13042; 13043-13063; 13064-14395; 260500-26099; 261000-262036; 306000-307021
SP 32770-33269; 33270-33519; 335200-34019; 34020-34519; 37840-38089; 38090-38339; 38340-38589; 38590-38839
T&P 1700-1724; 3900-3919; 40000-40499; 40500-40999
UP 182812-18399; 184000-185899
WP 20001- 20200 These were 9'6" IH.

The RPC #35's roster data pages gives much detail, such as roof,brake and other details. Anyone viewing this post with questions about a particular Rail Road's details, PM me and I will answer those questions. I would encourage a purchase of the book, as it is a very well researched and detailed offering.

Southern, Union Pacific, Santa Fe, both Canadian transcons and the Southern Pacific were huge purchasers of this car design.

Wish everyone a safe and very well day.
-Andy Carlson
Ojai CA



mel perry
 

hi:
don't forget PFE'S R40-10 class
:-)


On Sat, Nov 28, 2020, 8:39 AM Andy Carlson <midcentury@...> wrote:

Hello folks-
1936 to 1940 were the years that large numbers of square corner Drednaught end equipped '37 AAR box cars were built. As can be seen in the list below of these square corner end cars, there were many 10s of thousands of them built in both Canada and the US.

This list is from data in the recently released volume on 1937 AAR box cars by Pat Wider, continuing the fine series of Railroad Prototype Cyclopedias.

Square corner end '37 AAR rosters by RR:

ATSF 136000-136499; 136500-137999; 138000-138499;
B&O 384000-384499
C&EI 64000-64499
C&O 4000-4499; 4500-4999; 5000-5399; 5400-5499
CN had 1000s
CP had 1000s
ERIE 78000-78499
ITC 6000-6099
KCS 14000-14199; 17000-17499; 17450-17749
NKP 15000-15499; 15500-15999
ONT 90000-90499; 90500-90999
RDG 103000-103299
SL-SF 140000-140038
SOO 136000-136198 even #s
SRR 10000-12022; 12023-13042; 13043-13063; 13064-14395; 260500-26099; 261000-262036; 306000-307021
SP 32770-33269; 33270-33519; 335200-34019; 34020-34519; 37840-38089; 38090-38339; 38340-38589; 38590-38839
T&P 1700-1724; 3900-3919; 40000-40499; 40500-40999
UP 182812-18399; 184000-185899
WP 20001- 20200 These were 9'6" IH.

The RPC #35's roster data pages gives much detail, such as roof,brake and other details. Anyone viewing this post with questions about a particular Rail Road's details, PM me and I will answer those questions. I would encourage a purchase of the book, as it is a very well researched and detailed offering.

Southern, Union Pacific, Santa Fe, both Canadian transcons and the Southern Pacific were huge purchasers of this car design.

Wish everyone a safe and very well day.
-Andy Carlson
Ojai CA



Tim O'Connor
 


And there were 3 who bought S-cornered "modified 1937" AAR box cars as well... the ancient Athearn blue box car. :-)


On 11/28/2020 11:39 AM, Andy Carlson wrote:

Hello folks-
1936 to 1940 were the years that large numbers of square corner Drednaught end equipped '37 AAR box cars were built. As can be seen in the list below of these square corner end cars, there were many 10s of thousands of them built in both Canada and the US.

This list is from data in the recently released volume on 1937 AAR box cars by Pat Wider, continuing the fine series of Railroad Prototype Cyclopedias.

Square corner end '37 AAR rosters by RR:

ATSF 136000-136499; 136500-137999; 138000-138499;
B&O 384000-384499
C&EI 64000-64499
C&O 4000-4499; 4500-4999; 5000-5399; 5400-5499
CN had 1000s
CP had 1000s
ERIE 78000-78499
ITC 6000-6099
KCS 14000-14199; 17000-17499; 17450-17749
NKP 15000-15499; 15500-15999
ONT 90000-90499; 90500-90999
RDG 103000-103299
SL-SF 140000-140038
SOO 136000-136198 even #s
SRR 10000-12022; 12023-13042; 13043-13063; 13064-14395; 260500-26099; 261000-262036; 306000-307021
SP 32770-33269; 33270-33519; 335200-34019; 34020-34519; 37840-38089; 38090-38339; 38340-38589; 38590-38839
T&P 1700-1724; 3900-3919; 40000-40499; 40500-40999
UP 182812-18399; 184000-185899
WP 20001- 20200 These were 9'6" IH.

The RPC #35's roster data pages gives much detail, such as roof,brake and other details. Anyone viewing this post with questions about a particular Rail Road's details, PM me and I will answer those questions. I would encourage a purchase of the book, as it is a very well researched and detailed offering.

Southern, Union Pacific, Santa Fe, both Canadian transcons and the Southern Pacific were huge purchasers of this car design.

Wish everyone a safe and very well day.
-Andy Carlson
Ojai CA


--
Tim O'Connor
Sterling, Massachusetts


Rich C
 

Mel, The reefers are a whole different topic. Besides the PFE R-40-10, Fruit Growers, ART, WFEX and I am sure other private owner's had square cornered cars.

As Andy noted, The WP cars were 9'6" IH. The Santa Fe's 136000 series and the entire KCS roster of these cars were also Interim Height cars 9' 6"-9' 8". These 3 were once offered by Speedwitch.

Rich Christie



On Saturday, November 28, 2020, 10:44:03 AM CST, mel perry <clipper841@...> wrote:


hi:
don't forget PFE'S R40-10 class
:-)


On Sat, Nov 28, 2020, 8:39 AM Andy Carlson <midcentury@...> wrote:

Hello folks-
1936 to 1940 were the years that large numbers of square corner Drednaught end equipped '37 AAR box cars were built. As can be seen in the list below of these square corner end cars, there were many 10s of thousands of them built in both Canada and the US.

This list is from data in the recently released volume on 1937 AAR box cars by Pat Wider, continuing the fine series of Railroad Prototype Cyclopedias.

Square corner end '37 AAR rosters by RR:

ATSF 136000-136499; 136500-137999; 138000-138499;
B&O 384000-384499
C&EI 64000-64499
C&O 4000-4499; 4500-4999; 5000-5399; 5400-5499
CN had 1000s
CP had 1000s
ERIE 78000-78499
ITC 6000-6099
KCS 14000-14199; 17000-17499; 17450-17749
NKP 15000-15499; 15500-15999
ONT 90000-90499; 90500-90999
RDG 103000-103299
SL-SF 140000-140038
SOO 136000-136198 even #s
SRR 10000-12022; 12023-13042; 13043-13063; 13064-14395; 260500-26099; 261000-262036; 306000-307021
SP 32770-33269; 33270-33519; 335200-34019; 34020-34519; 37840-38089; 38090-38339; 38340-38589; 38590-38839
T&P 1700-1724; 3900-3919; 40000-40499; 40500-40999
UP 182812-18399; 184000-185899
WP 20001- 20200 These were 9'6" IH.

The RPC #35's roster data pages gives much detail, such as roof,brake and other details. Anyone viewing this post with questions about a particular Rail Road's details, PM me and I will answer those questions. I would encourage a purchase of the book, as it is a very well researched and detailed offering.

Southern, Union Pacific, Santa Fe, both Canadian transcons and the Southern Pacific were huge purchasers of this car design.

Wish everyone a safe and very well day.
-Andy Carlson
Ojai CA



Jim and Barbara van Gaasbeek
 

Andy,

 

The square-corned 4+5 Dreadnaught ends arrived yesterday in excellent condition –thanks.

 

I’ve recently read the 1937 AAR book – a bit of information overload – getting the info “through a firehouse”.  But it will be a superb reference book.  And thanks for the summary you’ve given in your E-Mail above.

 

 

Jim vG

 

 

 

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Subject: [RealSTMFC] A list of square corner '37 AAR box cars

 

 

Hello folks-

1936 to 1940 were the years that large numbers of square corner Drednaught end equipped '37 AAR box cars were built. As can be seen in the list below of these square corner end cars, there were many 10s of thousands of them built in both Canada and the US.

 

This list is from data in the recently released volume on 1937 AAR box cars by Pat Wider, continuing the fine series of Railroad Prototype Cyclopedias.

 

Square corner end '37 AAR rosters by RR:

 

ATSF 136000-136499; 136500-137999; 138000-138499;

B&O 384000-384499

C&EI 64000-64499

C&O 4000-4499; 4500-4999; 5000-5399; 5400-5499

CN had 1000s

CP had 1000s

ERIE 78000-78499

ITC 6000-6099

KCS 14000-14199; 17000-17499; 17450-17749

NKP 15000-15499; 15500-15999

ONT 90000-90499; 90500-90999

RDG 103000-103299

SL-SF 140000-140038

SOO 136000-136198 even #s

SRR 10000-12022; 12023-13042; 13043-13063; 13064-14395; 260500-26099; 261000-262036; 306000-307021

SP 32770-33269; 33270-33519; 335200-34019; 34020-34519; 37840-38089; 38090-38339; 38340-38589; 38590-38839

T&P 1700-1724; 3900-3919; 40000-40499; 40500-40999

UP 182812-18399; 184000-185899

WP 20001- 20200 These were 9'6" IH.

 

The RPC #35's roster data pages gives much detail, such as roof,brake and other details. Anyone viewing this post with questions about a particular Rail Road's details, PM me and I will answer those questions. I would encourage a purchase of the book, as it is a very well researched and detailed offering.

 

Southern, Union Pacific, Santa Fe, both Canadian transcons and the Southern Pacific were huge purchasers of this car design.

 

Wish everyone a safe and very well day.

-Andy Carlson

Ojai CA

 

 


Garth Groff and Sally Sanford
 

Aw, Tim. You tantalized us. 

The three known 10' 6" S-corner 40' all-steel boxcar owners were DSS&A, IC, and Soo.

Yours Aye,


Garth Groff  🦆

On Sat, Nov 28, 2020 at 11:53 AM Tim O'Connor <timboconnor@...> wrote:

And there were 3 who bought S-cornered "modified 1937" AAR box cars as well... the ancient Athearn blue box car. :-)


On 11/28/2020 11:39 AM, Andy Carlson wrote:

Hello folks-
1936 to 1940 were the years that large numbers of square corner Drednaught end equipped '37 AAR box cars were built. As can be seen in the list below of these square corner end cars, there were many 10s of thousands of them built in both Canada and the US.

This list is from data in the recently released volume on 1937 AAR box cars by Pat Wider, continuing the fine series of Railroad Prototype Cyclopedias.

Square corner end '37 AAR rosters by RR:

ATSF 136000-136499; 136500-137999; 138000-138499;
B&O 384000-384499
C&EI 64000-64499
C&O 4000-4499; 4500-4999; 5000-5399; 5400-5499
CN had 1000s
CP had 1000s
ERIE 78000-78499
ITC 6000-6099
KCS 14000-14199; 17000-17499; 17450-17749
NKP 15000-15499; 15500-15999
ONT 90000-90499; 90500-90999
RDG 103000-103299
SL-SF 140000-140038
SOO 136000-136198 even #s
SRR 10000-12022; 12023-13042; 13043-13063; 13064-14395; 260500-26099; 261000-262036; 306000-307021
SP 32770-33269; 33270-33519; 335200-34019; 34020-34519; 37840-38089; 38090-38339; 38340-38589; 38590-38839
T&P 1700-1724; 3900-3919; 40000-40499; 40500-40999
UP 182812-18399; 184000-185899
WP 20001- 20200 These were 9'6" IH.

The RPC #35's roster data pages gives much detail, such as roof,brake and other details. Anyone viewing this post with questions about a particular Rail Road's details, PM me and I will answer those questions. I would encourage a purchase of the book, as it is a very well researched and detailed offering.

Southern, Union Pacific, Santa Fe, both Canadian transcons and the Southern Pacific were huge purchasers of this car design.

Wish everyone a safe and very well day.
-Andy Carlson
Ojai CA


--
Tim O'Connor
Sterling, Massachusetts


Rich C
 

Sunshine and later  Resin Car Works made mini-kits to use with the Intermountain Modified Height car, for those roads. Of course they have been sold out. Chad Boas and Pierre Oliver (Yarmouth Model Works) offer the square corner 5/5's

Rich Christie

On Saturday, November 28, 2020, 03:05:43 PM CST, Garth Groff and Sally Sanford <mallardlodge1000@...> wrote:


Aw, Tim. You tantalized us. 

The three known 10' 6" S-corner 40' all-steel boxcar owners were DSS&A, IC, and Soo.

Yours Aye,


Garth Groff  🦆

On Sat, Nov 28, 2020 at 11:53 AM Tim O'Connor <timboconnor@...> wrote:

And there were 3 who bought S-cornered "modified 1937" AAR box cars as well... the ancient Athearn blue box car. :-)


On 11/28/2020 11:39 AM, Andy Carlson wrote:

Hello folks-
1936 to 1940 were the years that large numbers of square corner Drednaught end equipped '37 AAR box cars were built. As can be seen in the list below of these square corner end cars, there were many 10s of thousands of them built in both Canada and the US.

This list is from data in the recently released volume on 1937 AAR box cars by Pat Wider, continuing the fine series of Railroad Prototype Cyclopedias.

Square corner end '37 AAR rosters by RR:

ATSF 136000-136499; 136500-137999; 138000-138499;
B&O 384000-384499
C&EI 64000-64499
C&O 4000-4499; 4500-4999; 5000-5399; 5400-5499
CN had 1000s
CP had 1000s
ERIE 78000-78499
ITC 6000-6099
KCS 14000-14199; 17000-17499; 17450-17749
NKP 15000-15499; 15500-15999
ONT 90000-90499; 90500-90999
RDG 103000-103299
SL-SF 140000-140038
SOO 136000-136198 even #s
SRR 10000-12022; 12023-13042; 13043-13063; 13064-14395; 260500-26099; 261000-262036; 306000-307021
SP 32770-33269; 33270-33519; 335200-34019; 34020-34519; 37840-38089; 38090-38339; 38340-38589; 38590-38839
T&P 1700-1724; 3900-3919; 40000-40499; 40500-40999
UP 182812-18399; 184000-185899
WP 20001- 20200 These were 9'6" IH.

The RPC #35's roster data pages gives much detail, such as roof,brake and other details. Anyone viewing this post with questions about a particular Rail Road's details, PM me and I will answer those questions. I would encourage a purchase of the book, as it is a very well researched and detailed offering.

Southern, Union Pacific, Santa Fe, both Canadian transcons and the Southern Pacific were huge purchasers of this car design.

Wish everyone a safe and very well day.
-Andy Carlson
Ojai CA


--
Tim O'Connor
Sterling, Massachusetts


Tim
 

The Illinois Central IH was 10’4”. 



On Nov 28, 2020, at 4:41 PM, Rich C via groups.io <rhcdmc@...> wrote:


Sunshine and later  Resin Car Works made mini-kits to use with the Intermountain Modified Height car, for those roads. Of course they have been sold out. Chad Boas and Pierre Oliver (Yarmouth Model Works) offer the square corner 5/5's

Rich Christie

On Saturday, November 28, 2020, 03:05:43 PM CST, Garth Groff and Sally Sanford <mallardlodge1000@...> wrote:


Aw, Tim. You tantalized us. 

The three known 10' 6" S-corner 40' all-steel boxcar owners were DSS&A, IC, and Soo.

Yours Aye,


Garth Groff  🦆

On Sat, Nov 28, 2020 at 11:53 AM Tim O'Connor <timboconnor@...> wrote:

And there were 3 who bought S-cornered "modified 1937" AAR box cars as well... the ancient Athearn blue box car. :-)


On 11/28/2020 11:39 AM, Andy Carlson wrote:

Hello folks-
1936 to 1940 were the years that large numbers of square corner Drednaught end equipped '37 AAR box cars were built. As can be seen in the list below of these square corner end cars, there were many 10s of thousands of them built in both Canada and the US.

This list is from data in the recently released volume on 1937 AAR box cars by Pat Wider, continuing the fine series of Railroad Prototype Cyclopedias.

Square corner end '37 AAR rosters by RR:

ATSF 136000-136499; 136500-137999; 138000-138499;
B&O 384000-384499
C&EI 64000-64499
C&O 4000-4499; 4500-4999; 5000-5399; 5400-5499
CN had 1000s
CP had 1000s
ERIE 78000-78499
ITC 6000-6099
KCS 14000-14199; 17000-17499; 17450-17749
NKP 15000-15499; 15500-15999
ONT 90000-90499; 90500-90999
RDG 103000-103299
SL-SF 140000-140038
SOO 136000-136198 even #s
SRR 10000-12022; 12023-13042; 13043-13063; 13064-14395; 260500-26099; 261000-262036; 306000-307021
SP 32770-33269; 33270-33519; 335200-34019; 34020-34519; 37840-38089; 38090-38339; 38340-38589; 38590-38839
T&P 1700-1724; 3900-3919; 40000-40499; 40500-40999
UP 182812-18399; 184000-185899
WP 20001- 20200 These were 9'6" IH.

The RPC #35's roster data pages gives much detail, such as roof,brake and other details. Anyone viewing this post with questions about a particular Rail Road's details, PM me and I will answer those questions. I would encourage a purchase of the book, as it is a very well researched and detailed offering.

Southern, Union Pacific, Santa Fe, both Canadian transcons and the Southern Pacific were huge purchasers of this car design.

Wish everyone a safe and very well day.
-Andy Carlson
Ojai CA


--
Tim O'Connor
Sterling, Massachusetts


Rich C
 

True, but I won't tell anyone, lol. The 3 foot rule applies
Rich Christie

On Saturday, November 28, 2020, 06:33:15 PM CST, Tim via groups.io <atoolman2@...> wrote:


The Illinois Central IH was 10’4”. 



On Nov 28, 2020, at 4:41 PM, Rich C via groups.io <rhcdmc@...> wrote:


Sunshine and later  Resin Car Works made mini-kits to use with the Intermountain Modified Height car, for those roads. Of course they have been sold out. Chad Boas and Pierre Oliver (Yarmouth Model Works) offer the square corner 5/5's

Rich Christie

On Saturday, November 28, 2020, 03:05:43 PM CST, Garth Groff and Sally Sanford <mallardlodge1000@...> wrote:


Aw, Tim. You tantalized us. 

The three known 10' 6" S-corner 40' all-steel boxcar owners were DSS&A, IC, and Soo.

Yours Aye,


Garth Groff  🦆

On Sat, Nov 28, 2020 at 11:53 AM Tim O'Connor <timboconnor@...> wrote:

And there were 3 who bought S-cornered "modified 1937" AAR box cars as well... the ancient Athearn blue box car. :-)


On 11/28/2020 11:39 AM, Andy Carlson wrote:

Hello folks-
1936 to 1940 were the years that large numbers of square corner Drednaught end equipped '37 AAR box cars were built. As can be seen in the list below of these square corner end cars, there were many 10s of thousands of them built in both Canada and the US.

This list is from data in the recently released volume on 1937 AAR box cars by Pat Wider, continuing the fine series of Railroad Prototype Cyclopedias.

Square corner end '37 AAR rosters by RR:

ATSF 136000-136499; 136500-137999; 138000-138499;
B&O 384000-384499
C&EI 64000-64499
C&O 4000-4499; 4500-4999; 5000-5399; 5400-5499
CN had 1000s
CP had 1000s
ERIE 78000-78499
ITC 6000-6099
KCS 14000-14199; 17000-17499; 17450-17749
NKP 15000-15499; 15500-15999
ONT 90000-90499; 90500-90999
RDG 103000-103299
SL-SF 140000-140038
SOO 136000-136198 even #s
SRR 10000-12022; 12023-13042; 13043-13063; 13064-14395; 260500-26099; 261000-262036; 306000-307021
SP 32770-33269; 33270-33519; 335200-34019; 34020-34519; 37840-38089; 38090-38339; 38340-38589; 38590-38839
T&P 1700-1724; 3900-3919; 40000-40499; 40500-40999
UP 182812-18399; 184000-185899
WP 20001- 20200 These were 9'6" IH.

The RPC #35's roster data pages gives much detail, such as roof,brake and other details. Anyone viewing this post with questions about a particular Rail Road's details, PM me and I will answer those questions. I would encourage a purchase of the book, as it is a very well researched and detailed offering.

Southern, Union Pacific, Santa Fe, both Canadian transcons and the Southern Pacific were huge purchasers of this car design.

Wish everyone a safe and very well day.
-Andy Carlson
Ojai CA


--
Tim O'Connor
Sterling, Massachusetts


Frank Hodina
 

Working on finishing up a new one-peice body kit for the IC square corner post cars.

Frank Hodina
Resin Car Works


Tim O'Connor
 


Has anyone got proof (dimension drawing or blueprint) that shows where the 2" may be found? For example
on some cars the doors were hung a bit lower. And floor thickness and materials are variable. And some cars
received 'finished' interior roof linings. Just wonderin' ... the IC was definitely not the only operator of 10'4" IH
box cars.


On 11/28/2020 7:38 PM, Rich C via groups.io wrote:
True, but I won't tell anyone, lol. The 3 foot rule applies
Rich Christie

On Saturday, November 28, 2020, 06:33:15 PM CST, Tim via groups.io <atoolman2@...> wrote:


The Illinois Central IH was 10’4”. 

--
Tim O'Connor
Sterling, Massachusetts


Frank Hodina
 

The diagram has an inside clear height of 10'-4 7/8". The general arrangement has it at 10'-5 15/32" (like it can be measured that close). Looks like the number is rounded down to the nearest even inch.

Frank Hodina 


Tim O'Connor
 


Careful! I have not double-checked this, but I -think- the Yarmouth 5-5 end may be an old Kirlin resin cast end
which was a 5-5 end made for some Canadian 10-0 IH 1937 AAR box cars. I am not familiar with Chad's door.



On 11/28/2020 5:41 PM, Rich C via groups.io wrote:
Sunshine and later  Resin Car Works made mini-kits to use with the Intermountain Modified Height car, for those roads. Of course they have been sold out. Chad Boas and Pierre Oliver (Yarmouth Model Works) offer the square corner 5/5's

Rich Christie

On Saturday, November 28, 2020, 03:05:43 PM CST, Garth Groff and Sally Sanford <mallardlodge1000@...> wrote:


Aw, Tim. You tantalized us. 

The three known 10' 6" S-corner 40' all-steel boxcar owners were DSS&A, IC, and Soo.


--
Tim O'Connor
Sterling, Massachusetts


Jeffrey White
 

Tim,

The diagram for the IC cars shows the IH at 10' 4 7/8" at the sides. So the difference is 1 1/8". 

Jeff White

Alma, IL

On 11/30/2020 9:30 AM, Tim O'Connor wrote:

Has anyone got proof (dimension drawing or blueprint) that shows where the 2" may be found? For example
on some cars the doors were hung a bit lower. And floor thickness and materials are variable. And some cars
received 'finished' interior roof linings. Just wonderin' ... the IC was definitely not the only operator of 10'4" IH
box cars.


On 11/28/2020 7:38 PM, Rich C via groups.io wrote:
True, but I won't tell anyone, lol. The 3 foot rule applies
Rich Christie

On Saturday, November 28, 2020, 06:33:15 PM CST, Tim via groups.io <atoolman2@...> wrote:


The Illinois Central IH was 10’4”. 

--
Tim O'Connor
Sterling, Massachusetts


Jeffrey White
 

That will be great! A correct IC steel boxcar!

Jeff White

Alma, IL

On 11/30/2020 8:58 AM, Frank Hodina wrote:
Working on finishing up a new one-peice body kit for the IC square corner post cars.

Frank Hodina
Resin Car Works


Tim
 

I just finished up some IC boxcars with the square corner. 
I also did a Centralia built Pullman Kit car. 



Tim Alund 

On Nov 30, 2020, at 11:35 AM, Jeffrey White <jrwhite@...> wrote:



That will be great! A correct IC steel boxcar!

Jeff White

Alma, IL

On 11/30/2020 8:58 AM, Frank Hodina wrote:
Working on finishing up a new one-peice body kit for the IC square corner post cars.

Frank Hodina
Resin Car Works


pennsylvania1954
 

Andy has done us a service compiling this '37 square corner info here. As a reminder for the old hands and good info for newer members, the Steam Era Freight Cars website http://www.steamerafreightcars.com/ contains a treasure trove of info, including '37 AAR boxcar info in a data base compiled by Ed Hawkins. See
http://www.steamerafreightcars.com/prototype/frtcars/1937aarmain.html
--
Steve Hoxie
Pensacola FL


Michael Gross
 

Looking very good, Frank!
--
Michael Gross
Pasadena, CA


Dan Sweeney Jr
 

Nice looking cars, Tim.  What color paint did you use?


Tim
 

It was Tru color IC freight car brown. 

Tim Alund 


On Dec 2, 2020, at 8:04 PM, Dan Sweeney Jr <dlsweeney@...> wrote:

Nice looking cars, Tim.  What color paint did you use?