Pages 1-46 General American GAEX / GARX XME and RB Leased Box Cars by Patrick C. Wider The extensive material covers the 1950s state-of-the-art General American 50 high quality XME box cars as well as their 50 RB insulated box car siblings that were leased by several well-known class I railroads. The article also includes considerable information on General American-Evans DF Loaders that equipped these cars as well as many others built during the period
Pages 47-87 Pennsylvania Railroad X23, X24, K7 and R7 Freight Cars by Patrick Wider The comprehensive article describes and illustrates the P.R.R. single-sheathed box cars, automobile cars, stock cars, and refrigerator cars all built to a standard 1912 railroad propriety design. The cars had long lives and a number of the refrigerator cars were subsequently transferred to Fruit Growers Express and the National Car Company
Pages 88-105 Greenville Steel Car Company 70 Ton Fishbelly Side Sill Covered Hopper Cars by Ed Hawkins Covered are the distinctive fish-belly Greenville 70-ton covered hopper cars that were built from 1947-1953 and bore many design characteristics of similar cars built by American Car & Foundry as well as several other major American freight car builders of the period.
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