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Railway Prototype Cyclopedia, volume 24
Stock #: KB10616
Author: Patrick C Wider
Publisher: RP CYC Publishing
Rebuilt U.S.R.A. Double-Sheathed Box Cars (49 pages). The article is the tenth in a series covering American box car designs that were built during the first half of the 20th century. Described are the box and automobile cars that were built new as U.S.R.A. double-sheathed, wood-sided 40-ton box cars immediately after World War I and rebuilt as improved all-steel cars beginning in the 1930s. The owners/operators of the rebuilt steel-sided box and auto cars included the ACL, ATSF, C&WC, C&NW, CMO, CRI&P, DL&W, DT&I, EJ&E, GTW, KCS, NYC, and SL-SF (a total of 9,962 cars). Soft cover.
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