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That certainly makes an interesting flatcar load. It's also interesting that they're using a Santa Fe flatcar when the origin and destination of that load are both in Canada.
 

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Posted By rwjenkins on 10/02/2008 12:33 PM
It's also interesting that they're using a Santa Fe flatcar when the origin and destination of that load are both in Canada.




Why would you make all those nail holes (for the cribbing) in one of your OWN cars, when you have somebody else's available (from interchange service)?....
 

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Posted By Mik on 10/02/2008 12:43 PM
Why would you make all those nail holes (for the cribbing) in one of your OWN cars, when you have somebody else's available (from interchange service)?....

Good point, but I thought the rules about sending cars home were stricter when it came to cross-border interchange. Just goes to show, there's a prototype for just about everything!
 
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