Trains Magazine 2013 November History of hauling Concrete ties

Trains Magazine 2013 November History of hauling Concrete ties

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Trains Magazine 2013 November History of hauling Concrete ties
Trains Magazine 2013 November
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24 Riding the auto traffic boom
Today's North American rail network is uniquely positioned to handle a resurgence in auto manufacturing
34 Wheels on wheels Railroads and automakers have enjoyed a profitable coexistence for more than 100 years Peter A. Hansen
44 Map of the Month: Auto plants of
North America Your car may have ridden the rails from one of these plants Michael W. Blaszak, Matt Van Hattem, and Bill Metzger
46 The next level Greenbrier's newest auto rack adjusts to shippers' needs Steve Sweeney
50 Rack 'em up See how CSX corrals, loads, and moves autos at New Boston, Mich. Michael D. Harding
58 Open to enclosed Observations on a career in shipping cars by rail Art Ivins Jr.
66 Kansas City Southern bets big on Mexico Parts roll south, cars come north, and business is growing Roy Blanchard
72 In My Own Words: How to shut down an auto plant
Get those auto racks to their destination on time
Brian Buchanan
On The Cover
8 Railroad advertising 18 Gensets, love 'em or hate 'em
20 Truth of concrete ties 22 Amtrak's new electrics 24 Class I auto traffic boom 34 History of hauling
44 Map: North American auto plants
58 Conrail auto adventures
66 Kansas City Southern's
Mexican connection
80 Midwest hot spot

8 News & Photos 12 Don Phillips
16 Fred W. Frailey 18 Locomotive 20 Technology
22 Passenger
4 From the Editor
6 Railway Post Offic= 76 Ask TRAINS
78 Preservation
80 Trackside
85 Gallery

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