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By:Tom Beckett
Dates:1/1/1976 - 12/30/2018
Album Info:Various boxcars I have encountered along the way, often with interesting features or reporting marks. Modelers, feel free to use these in your modeling efforts.
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Conrail box
Title:  Conrail box
Description:  When I took this in 1978, just two years after Conrail startup, anything painted full CR was still something of a novelty, as there was an awful lot of equipment that was in patch paint. This fully painted CR 60 foot box was on the LIRR RF 7 job rolling on the bypass track to the south of track 8 at Jamaica station, headed for Holban.
Photo Date:  4/11/1978  Upload Date: 11/24/2016 3:44:09 AM
Location:  Jamaica, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Action
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Views:  342   Comments: 1
Per diem car
Title:  Per diem car
Description:  Because of the per diem rules concerning railroad equipment in force at the time, some short lines had large fleets of cars that were essentially free runners, and didnt come home much, a lot like Railbox, only owned by a particular road. Middletown & New Jersey was one such road. They had a very short main line in Orange County NY, and little on line traffic, but a large group of these box cars, which could be seen everywhere. This one was passing Jamaica station on the LIRR, bound for Holban Yard on RF 7, the west end job that handled traffic from Sunnyside Yard A to various points on the west end of the railroad, working as directed. A bonus is the EL box right behind. Always good to see EL represented!!
Photo Date:  4/11/1978  Upload Date: 11/24/2016 3:49:01 AM
Location:  Jamaica, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Action
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Views:  418   Comments: 1
Billboard
Title:  Billboard
Description:  The Bangor & Aroostook had a fleet of these cars promoting their home state of Maine, and they were a common sight around the northeast. This one is on Conrail at Utica.
Photo Date:  7/25/1978  Upload Date: 11/24/2016 3:33:59 AM
Location:  Utica, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Yard,Action
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Views:  610   Comments: 1
Classic, almost 20 years later
Title:  Classic, almost 20 years later
Description:  This car is now on its third owner in its first owners paint scheme. The EL merger was 18 years earlier, in 1960, and Conrail got the car when it took over EL operations two years prior to the photo. The Erie equipment seemed to have a longer life ahead of it than DLW cars, with some Erie boxcars being spotted at the Binghamton Agway into the early 1990s. Dont know how long this one lasted, but it was still hard at work on the D&H in Oneonta this day.
Photo Date:  7/25/1978  Upload Date: 11/24/2016 4:09:33 AM
Location:  Oneonta, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Yard,Action
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Views:  454   Comments: 1
Rare find
Title:  Rare find
Description:  As Conrail started to get a handle on their operatons, some cars quickly became hard to find, especially those from the smaller component roads with smaller fleets. The larger roads-EL, PC, and to an extent, Reading-had fairly modern equipment, many cars built in the 1970s. The LV and CNJ had mostly aging cars, and much smaller fleets. These were rationalized early, and after the first few years, it was a real challenge to find CNJ or LV cars. This LV box was on the D&H, still making a few more pennies for CR before being sent to the bone yard. Note the D&H gon to the left. Those are now a memory as well.
Photo Date:  7/25/1978  Upload Date: 11/24/2016 4:17:48 AM
Location:  Oneonta, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Yard,Action
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Views:  454   Comments: 2
Didnt expect these
Title:  Didnt expect these
Description:  Though I suppose I should have. My friend Dan Heller was helping his brother move to Phoenix in the summer of 1980 when he caught these Apache RR box cars near Holbrook. When I think of Arizona, I usually think of minerals, not manufactured products that roll in box cars. Then I recalled that there was a paper mill on the line. Now it makes sense!!
Photo Date:  7/14/1980  Upload Date: 11/24/2016 3:18:12 AM
Location:  Holbrook, AZ
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  Roster,RollingStock
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Views:  313   Comments: 1
Auto parts car
Title:  Auto parts car
Description:  Prior to the doublestack era, there were many of these 86 foot auto parts box cars in service in the US. The large size was to maximize the cubic footage. Since many auto parts are light-as a truck driver, I carried many loads of plastic and fiberglass parts where I had a 53 foot trailer full to the doors with less than 10,000 lbs-these cars would cube out before they got anywhere close to weight limits, and they allowed a large quantity of product to be shipped at one time. This SP car was on the Southern Pacific near Phoenix.
Photo Date:  7/14/1980  Upload Date: 11/24/2016 3:25:56 AM
Location:  Eloy, AZ
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  Roster,RollingStock
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Views:  317   Comments: 1
Fallen but not gone
Title:  Fallen but not gone
Description:  The merger that created the Illinois Central Gulf was eight years behind, but there was a lot of equipment that had not been repainted. GM&O power ran on the ICG well into the 1980s. This pair of GM&O box cars was eastbound at Bayview, still innocent of any sign of the 1972 merger.
Photo Date:  8/15/1980  Upload Date: 11/24/2016 4:50:02 AM
Location:  Bayview Junction, ON
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Action
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Views:  519   Comments: 1
B&O boxcar
Title:  B&O boxcar
Description:  In the late 70s and early 80s it was still possible to find a lot of older equipment still in service, in historic paint schemes. Here is one such car, a 50 foot B&O double door box on a B&M train leaving White River Jct.
Photo Date:  8/8/1981  Upload Date: 2/17/2013 3:04:48 AM
Location:  White River Jct., VT
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Action
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Views:  1016   Comments: 1
Whose is it??
Title:  Whose is it??
Description:  This boxcar seems to have a case of split personalities, as it is lettered for both CNW and Rock Island. Joint ownership?? Not hardly. This photo was taken Labor Day weekend in 1981; the Rock by then was but a memory. CNW had acquired some of the rolling stock, and changed the reporting marks, but not painted out the Rock markings.
Photo Date:  9/5/1981  Upload Date: 6/5/2014 1:24:49 AM
Location:  White River Junction, VT
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  Roster,RollingStock
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Views:  567   Comments: 2
Rock box.
Title:  Rock box.
Description:  There was still a lot of Rock Island painted equipment around in 1982, not surprising since it was only two years since Rocks demise. This new image car was at Denver, now a CNW car.
Photo Date:  8/23/1982  Upload Date: 6/27/2014 3:13:34 AM
Location:  Denver, CO
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  Roster,RollingStock,Yard
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Views:  541   Comments: 1
Boxcar art
Title:  Boxcar art
Description:  This D&H box car had better than the usual graffiti on it. This is one of the D&H "I Love NY" cars that were seen everywhere in the 70's and 80's.
Photo Date:  8/7/1984  Upload Date: 6/30/2014 2:08:21 AM
Location:  Bainbridge, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Action
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Views:  431   Comments: 1
Classic car
Title:  Classic car
Description:  The CNW merged the CGW in 1968, but there were still some cars rolling around in the 1980s, such as this one on a westbound.
Photo Date:  10/10/1984  Upload Date: 7/11/2014 3:03:41 AM
Location:  Clinton, IA
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Action
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Views:  434   Comments: 1
ACL box car
Title:  ACL box car
Description:  One of the thngs I love about railroad yards is that often old equipment goes there not so much to die, but to live on in obscurity. This tends to let some of it last a very long time. This ACL box was at Richmond in May 1985, long after the ACL was a memory.
Photo Date:  5/4/1985  Upload Date: 9/30/2014 1:34:50 AM
Location:  Richmond (Acca Yard), VA
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  Roster,RollingStock,Yard
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Views:  584   Comments: 1
PC company car
Title:  PC company car
Description:  A company boxcar, lettered for PC, is head out on this southbound local at Iona Island on Conrail's tenth anniversary.
Photo Date:  4/1/1986  Upload Date: 11/17/2014 3:48:50 AM
Location:  Iona Island (Rockland Co), NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  Scenic,RollingStock,Action
Locomotives:  CR 8218(GP38-2)
Views:  422   Comments: 1
Its not just for breakfast
Title:  Its not just for breakfast
Description:  The Tropicana folks, who make all the orange juice in Bradenton Fla, have a distribution center in Kearny NJ, to which they send trainloads of their product. The cars go north in a dedicated train, but return as they get emptied, often in blocks. Heres a block of returning empties seen from Telegraph Road in Alexandria.
Photo Date:  6/24/1986  Upload Date: 11/28/2014 2:46:45 AM
Location:  Alexandria, VA
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Station,Action
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Views:  827   Comments: 3
Heritage car
Title:  Heritage car
Description:  This Frisco box was in the consist of RF 65 heading through the curve approaching B tower in Bethpage behind a pair of MP 15s. Also, check the ex NOPB car with GBW reporting marks right behind.
Photo Date:  10/21/1986  Upload Date: 12/17/2014 1:56:24 AM
Location:  Bethpage, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Signal,Action
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Views:  509   Comments: 1
Still serving Ohio
Title:  Still serving Ohio
Description:  Except this one is in Ft Wayne on NS, which ultimately acquired the line.
Photo Date:  6/26/1987  Upload Date: 5/13/2015 3:41:36 AM
Location:  Fort Wayne, IN
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  Roster,Yard
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Views:  387   Comments: 1
Forgotten and forlorn
Title:  Forgotten and forlorn
Description:  This wooden reefer-note the roof hatches-sat near the roundhouse on the east side of Bevier St yard for years til local vandals finally torched it.
Photo Date:  3/19/1988  Upload Date: 7/5/2015 4:28:27 AM
Location:  Binghamton, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  Roster,RollingStock,Yard
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Views:  255   Comments: 2
Classic car
Title:  Classic car
Description:  This Central of Georgia car was headed out the Island on RF 7, looking for all the world like it was still the 1960s.
Photo Date:  4/21/1988  Upload Date: 7/8/2015 4:38:31 AM
Location:  Fresh Pond, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Yard,Action
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Views:  239   Comments: 1
Survivor
Title:  Survivor
Description:  This PRR box was in an eastbound work extra passing West BD. Looks pretty good for 20 years after the Pennsy went into Penn Central.
Photo Date:  9/8/1988  Upload Date: 8/29/2015 4:24:24 AM
Location:  Binghamton, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Action
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Views:  319   Comments: 1
Unusual car
Title:  Unusual car
Description:  This box in the consist of MEBU carries MR reporting marks, but is lettered for the Camino, Placerville & Lake Tahoe, a defunct California short line that ran to two of those towns, but not Lake Tahoe. Interesting catch.
Photo Date:  9/24/1988  Upload Date: 9/5/2015 3:39:32 AM
Location:  Binghamton, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Action
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Views:  207   Comments: 2
Old and becoming rare
Title:  Old and becoming rare
Description:  A 40 foot CN grain box car was in the consist of MEBU, seen as it rolls through Bevier St. Once the staple of branch line grain service, they had largely been supplanted by covered hoppers, though in the late 80s a few of these still survived.
Photo Date:  10/2/1988  Upload Date: 9/7/2015 3:52:47 AM
Location:  Binghamton, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Action
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Views:  220   Comments: 2
Right at home
Title:  Right at home
Description:  An EL boxcar trails BUOI at Endwell. Not the best photo, but it was a surprise. Ill take it.
Photo Date:  12/17/1988  Upload Date: 9/23/2015 3:16:18 AM
Location:  Endwell, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Action
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Views:  192   Comments: 2
Old and new
Title:  Old and new
Description:  This MEBU has a mix of old and new cars, including some spanking new MRL boxcars, along with some old classics. Seen on the Chenango River.
Photo Date:  1/28/1989  Upload Date: 9/25/2015 5:03:51 AM
Location:  Binghamton, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  Scenic,RollingStock,Action
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Views:  130   Comments: 1
Dont see these any more
Title:  Dont see these any more
Description:  There were not many left at the time I took the photo, almost 20 years after the BN merger. This one was on BUME coming off the Susquehanna River bridge. Note the doors have been replaced with a pair in BN green, much lighter than the SP&S colors. Too bad they didnt send some Alcos east!!
Photo Date:  3/2/1989  Upload Date: 9/28/2015 4:21:55 AM
Location:  Binghamton, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Action
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Views:  301   Comments: 1
Fallen flag
Title:  Fallen flag
Description:  Seven years into the UP-MP-WP merger, there was still a lot of predecessor road rolling stock kicking around. I caught this rather plain, but mostly clean, WP double door box rolling west on MEBU. Should have shot the next car too, an ICG box in orange.
Photo Date:  6/22/1989  Upload Date: 10/14/2015 3:47:47 AM
Location:  Binghamton, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Action
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Views:  119   Comments: 2
Unusual road name
Title:  Unusual road name
Description:  This car was carrying BN reporting marks, but lettered for East St Louis Jct, which looks to be a switching road or short line in the St Louis area. Car was on BUME.
Photo Date:  7/13/1989  Upload Date: 10/29/2015 4:14:37 AM
Location:  Binghamton, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Action
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Views:  249   Comments: 1
Classic road name
Title:  Classic road name
Description:  This Oregon California & Eastern car was on MEBU.
Photo Date:  7/13/1989  Upload Date: 10/29/2015 4:17:26 AM
Location:  Binghamton, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Action
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Views:  182   Comments: 1
Rare pair
Title:  Rare pair
Description:  A couple of now rare cars were rolling past BD. One is a CNW car with an interesting message-I wonder if it was an ex CGW car perhaps. The D&H box isnt all that interesting, but after CP took over, most D&H rolling stock was gone rather quickly. So its a look at a vanishing part of the northeast rail scene.
Photo Date:  7/15/1989  Upload Date: 10/31/2015 3:28:44 AM
Location:  Binghamton, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Action
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Views:  301   Comments: 2
Not just diesels
Title:  Not just diesels
Description:  Much was made of the ex LV and Reading power that was conveyed to the D&H at Conrail startup. There was also some freight equipment. Most LV cars were in pretty sad shape, and almost all of them went to CR and were scrapped shortly into the Conrail era. Some Reading cars survived, with some box cars going to the D&H, such as this one on RPPY at BX. The only change to it was the reporting marks, leaving no doubt as t the previous owner. The NW hopper behind is also a classic, with its hamburger herald.
Photo Date:  7/15/1989  Upload Date: 10/31/2015 3:31:07 AM
Location:  Binghamton, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Action
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Views:  273   Comments: 1
Interesting
Title:  Interesting
Description:  A pair of short line boxcars are head out on the Taylor Turn as it rolls under the NY 7 bridge. TOE is Texas, Oklahoma & Eastern, a lumber hauler in the DeQueen Ark area; the lead car is from Apalachicola Northern, which also handles lumber products in the Florida panhandle and southwest Georgia.
Photo Date:  9/8/1989  Upload Date: 11/27/2015 3:36:46 AM
Location:  Conklin, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  Scenic,RollingStock,Action
Locomotives:  NS 6600(SD60) NS 8630(C39-8) DH 382(GP39-2) DH 385(GP39-2) NS 6600(SD60) NS 8630(C39-8) DH 385(GP39-2) DH 382(GP39-2)
Views:  434   Comments: 1
Bright
Title:  Bright
Description:  NYSW painted this D&H box car into this attractive yellow scheme. Unfortunately, not many were done; too bad, it was quite attractive. It was on MEBU passing through Barton on the Southern Tier
Photo Date:  3/1/1990  Upload Date: 12/26/2015 2:34:30 AM
Location:  Barton, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Action
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Views:  300   Comments: 1
Survivor
Title:  Survivor
Description:  I occasionally saw Pennsy cars, for some reason, only rarely did NYC cars come along. This one was northbound on a BH 1.
Photo Date:  9/18/1990  Upload Date: 1/27/2016 4:51:47 AM
Location:  Port Dickinson, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Action
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Views:  217   Comments: 1
Odd duck
Title:  Odd duck
Description:  This interesting car with DODX initials was in OIBUs consist at Binghamton.
Photo Date:  5/5/1991  Upload Date: 3/15/2015 5:04:58 AM
Location:  Binghamton, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Action
Locomotives:  CR 6004(C39-8)
Views:  359   Comments: 1
Classic box
Title:  Classic box
Description:  This NP 50 foot box was westbound on train 271.
Photo Date:  7/27/1993  Upload Date: 1/19/2015 3:48:36 AM
Location:  Owego, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Action
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Views:  259   Comments: 1
All door box
Title:  All door box
Description:  This Southern all door box was on 271, arriving at Binghamton. Looks like a precursor to the Thrall Door Car.
Photo Date:  10/16/1993  Upload Date: 1/9/2015 3:23:33 AM
Location:  Binghamton, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Yard,Action
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Views:  376   Comments: 1
Roll on Conrail
Title:  Roll on Conrail
Description:  An eastbound rolls across Rockville Bridge showing a good company image, except maybe for the graffiti.
Photo Date:  8/30/1994  Upload Date: 8/31/2014 2:56:27 AM
Location:  Marysville, PA
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  Scenic,RollingStock,Bridge,Action
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Views:  177   Comments: 2
CNW box
Title:  CNW box
Description:  This CNW plug door box appeared in a Conrail train near Cleveland.
Photo Date:  6/21/1996  Upload Date: 5/8/2014 2:30:46 AM
Location:  Cleveland, OH
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Action
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Views:  178   Comments: 1
Rock box
Title:  Rock box
Description:  I delivered a load of wine to a distributor in Little Rock. This ex Rock express box car was being used for storage. Finding Rock equipnent in Little Rock was not a big deal, but years after its demise in an unexpected place was a a cool moment.
Photo Date:  2/1/1997  Upload Date: 4/23/2014 1:23:45 AM
Location:  Little Rock, AR
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  Roster,RollingStock
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Views:  383   Comments: 2
Long fallen flag
Title:  Long fallen flag
Description:  A Youngstown & Souther boxcar showed up on CP train 418 one day. This is a grab shot, so a little shaky, but I doubt Ill see another one.
Photo Date:  4/12/2001  Upload Date: 12/3/2013 1:24:34 AM
Location:  Endicott, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Action
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Views:  301   Comments: 1
Reincarnated
Title:  Reincarnated
Description:  A former D&H box car is in todays 413. Now lettered for the Alabama & Gulf Coast, an ex Frisco line, it has returned for a visit to its old haunts.
Photo Date:  6/2/2003  Upload Date: 3/2/2017 5:17:43 AM
Location:  Sanitaria Springs, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Action
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Views:  109   Comments: 1
Forlorn 40 footer
Title:  Forlorn 40 footer
Description:  This 40 foot box car was sitting on a spur west of the Erie Jamestown station, where once there were several tracks that served local industry. Those industries, and connections to the outside world, have long vanished, sealing this cars fate. Dont know if the owner missed it, or even whose it is, as there were no discernible markings on it.
Photo Date:  11/9/2003  Upload Date: 6/16/2016 2:59:38 AM
Location:  Jamestown, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  Roster,RollingStock
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Views:  148   Comments: 1
Hand me down
Title:  Hand me down
Description:  Freight cars on short lines and regionals, because they often come from other places, can yield some surprises. This former Erie Western car, itself a hand me down for that defunct road, is northbound on 413 at Depot Hill Rd. To think, 25 years earlier, it was gracing the Erie main line across Indiana.
Photo Date:  11/16/2004  Upload Date: 5/16/2017 4:55:20 AM
Location:  Port Crane, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Action
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Views:  126   Comments: 2
Good stuff baking
Title:  Good stuff baking
Description:  This Gold Medal Flour box was spotted on BH 1 at Homer going north. Not exactly a billboard car, but more company recognition than is typical in this era. The CMHX reporting marks belong to an operation called Carmath Inc.
Photo Date:  6/9/2005  Upload Date: 11/18/2017 5:00:11 AM
Location:  Homer, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Action
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Views:  99   Comments: 1
Pleasant surprise
Title:  Pleasant surprise
Description:  This was a real surprise. The Grande was not known for having a lot of boxcar traffic, and to see one almost a decade after its fall was a treat. This one is westbound on 12T.
Photo Date:  12/9/2005  Upload Date: 9/1/2017 5:07:07 AM
Location:  Endwell, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Action
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Views:  86   Comments: 1
Back to Maine
Title:  Back to Maine
Description:  This Bangor & Aroostook box was northbound on train 253. Its herald has faded, but otherwise the car looks passably decent but for the graffiti.
Photo Date:  2/24/2006  Upload Date: 11/25/2017 5:42:19 AM
Location:  Harpursville, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Bridge,Action
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Views:  109   Comments: 1
Memories of fallen flags
Title:  Memories of fallen flags
Description:  Time to reminisce as we see a fallen flag crossing a fallen flag. A Tex Mex box crosses the former Rock Island at Howe.
Photo Date:  11/9/2008  Upload Date: 8/19/2016 5:03:59 AM
Location:  Howe, OK
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Action
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Views:  142   Comments: 1
A&M box cars
Title:  A&M box cars
Description:  For a railroad that labors mostly in obscurity, except that it has Alcos, it has a fair amount of its own equipment. These two boxcars were at Springdale.
Photo Date:  8/18/2014  Upload Date: 8/27/2014 2:48:08 AM
Location:  Springdale, AR
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  Roster,RollingStock
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Views:  227   Comments: 0
Conrail lives!!
Title:  Conrail lives!!
Description:  These ex CR 86 foot auto parts cars were in a northbound KCS train. NYC reporting marks were used to distinguish equipment that went to CSX in the Conrail break up. NS used PRR marks.
Photo Date:  8/26/2014  Upload Date: 8/27/2014 2:58:01 AM
Location:  Siloam Springs, AR
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Action
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Views:  106   Comments: 0


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