Photos of Flat Car Loads

Discussion in 'The Real Thing- North America' started by Rusted, Feb 11, 2003.

  1. DanRaitz

    DanRaitz Member

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    How about a load on a load

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  2. Rusted

    Rusted Member

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    Excellent shots. Doing the bulldozer shouldn't be too hard with the new Norscott 1/87 diecast models.
  3. interurban

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    Hi Greg is the eight picture an Electric Box/freight Motor?????


    All are great photos. will post some soon.;)
  4. interurban

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    A flat car full of round wheels.;)

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  5. Russ Bellinis

    Russ Bellinis Active Member

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    About three or four years ago the NMRA bulliten featured an article on open car loads, and how to secure them prototypically.
    I don't know if back issues are available from the NMRA, but you might go to their web site and ask.
  6. Greg Elems

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    The pipe on the CN flat car did not come from Napa California. The pipe came out of Canada, Ontario IIRC.

    The box cab on the flat car, is diesel. It is one of the first diesels made. Currently it is in Portola California at the FRRS museum. The flat car is an ex-Army flat car.

    Greg Elems