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Discussion in 'The Caboose' started by N Gauger, Jan 2, 2004.
Railroadier than Willie Nelson:
"King of the road" ... 'nuff said.....
Milwaukee, the town that made beer famous (or sumpin' like that) Seems like we keep comiing back to alchohol doesn't it?
beer can tanker
Refrigerated beer cars (as old as the railroad itself)
Grain Belt beer
What were we talking about? And does anyone have any chips?
Grain Hopper Get it, grain, hops,....
Clem Kadiddlehopper. (A "diddle" in the middle and a "hopper" for a topper!)
bottleing plant, moving the prosess along.....
Budweiser Beer (moving from the bottling plant to our refrigerators by what else, rail)
Manufacturers Railway. moving Budweiser from St Louis to the west.
boxcars...for the budweiser
Bettendorf trucks, to carry the boxcars full of Budweiser
intermodal, which carry truck loads
Covered Hoppers, Which carry the Hops for the beer :thumb:
(Not to mention the Malt and Barley :thumb: )
Bar-hoppers, uh, hoppers used to carry the barly...
(could also be a train crew between shifts)
Train Hoppers...... Hobos