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12/15/2018
 
 
 
 
 
By:Tom Beckett
Dates:1/1/1985 - 10/11/2018
Album Info:A lot of intermodal freight has gone to containers, and trailers are not seen as much, though I have included them here. International freight has been shipped in them since the 1960's, and there has been a growing trend over the last 30 years toward them in domestic freight as well. JB Hunt got into them early-I pulled a lot of them as a driver there in the 90's, and they already had a fleet of 15,000 in 1995 when I started there. They now have something like 75,000. Others have joined that club as well, and seeing Swift, Schneider, C R England, Fed Ex, etc, containers are common. I have made an effort to get photos, which are here. Modelers, feel free to use these in your modeling efforts.
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Mail going through
Title:  Mail going through
Description:  A Union Pacific trailer being spotted at the old EL 51st Street yard, now a Conrail facility. They changed the flow so you came in and out on 47th St, which had a real killer of an underpass to turn through as you came out the driveway. There were supports in the middle of the street. Lots of fun with a 53. This UP trailer is a little shorter than that, so no problems. Whats notable is the US Mail tractor, which would have brough the trailer down from the Post Office near Union Station. Now, the USPS uses contractors for their road moves, and the familiar blue and white tractors are long gone. Seen from the Broadway, heading for Union Station.
Photo Date:  8/15/1978  Upload Date: 12/17/2016 3:41:29 AM
Location:  Chicago, IL
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Yard,Action
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Unusual pig load
Title:  Unusual pig load
Description:  At one time it was not uncommon to see auto carriers on flat cars. By the 1980s, after the advent of auto racks, it was quite unusual. Heres one on a northbound RF&P train passing Alexandria
Photo Date:  7/15/1983  Upload Date: 11/16/2013 4:29:49 AM
Location:  Alexandria, VA
Author:  Tom Beckett
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Short line trailer
Title:  Short line trailer
Description:  One way some smaller roads made money was by leasing piggyback trailers. Most of you have, Im sure, seen Vermont Railway vans at some point-they had a good sized fleet at one point. One of the more unusual fleets was Erie Western, which ran a portion of the Erie main across Indiana for a few years in the late 70s after EL quit. Interesting that they, of all roads, should have a fleet of trailers. Heres one at Alexandria VA in 1984
Photo Date:  3/24/1984  Upload Date: 6/24/2014 12:45:34 AM
Location:  Alexandria, VA
Author:  Tom Beckett
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High above
Title:  High above
Description:  TV 301 is crossing Starrucca Creek, its containers rolling high above one of the smaller bodies of water they will encounter on their way around the world.
Photo Date:  10/17/1987  Upload Date: 6/9/2015 3:27:07 AM
Location:  Lanesboro, PA
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  Roster,Scenic,RollingStock,Bridge
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Stacked up
Title:  Stacked up
Description:  The rear of TV 301 shows the configuration of containers in a well car. The bottom box sits in the well, with the top box locked to it with an interbox connector that fits in the holes in the frame and twists into place, locking the containers together.
Photo Date:  4/2/1988  Upload Date: 7/8/2015 4:36:30 AM
Location:  Silver Springs, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Action
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No one would have believed you
Title:  No one would have believed you
Description:  Ten years earlier, if you had suggested to anyone that the NYSW would not only be running coast to coast container trains, but would also have a fleet of stack cars, they would have thought you were totally nuts. Yet in 1988, I watch as a stack car with NYSW reporting marks pulls away from me in western NY, on a train headed for a west coast port. Railroading sure is strange. These are the Gunderson cars, which differ from the well cars in that they have a bulkhead that holds the top box in place, as opposed to it being locked to the bottom container as is done with the well car.
Photo Date:  4/2/1988  Upload Date: 7/8/2015 4:44:39 AM
Location:  Silver Springs, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
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Four sixes
Title:  Four sixes
Description:  Whoever thought theyd see stack cars with NYSW reporting marks?? Nevertheless, heres one with four sixes passing West BD on SLN 5, carrying a pair of Sea Land containers.
Photo Date:  12/17/1988  Upload Date: 9/16/2015 1:29:32 PM
Location:  Binghamton, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
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Mismatch
Title:  Mismatch
Description:  In the early days of stack trains, the cars and boxes were largely owned by the steamship lines, and run under contract. TTX and individual railroads had yet to make significant presence in the car fleet. As a result, APL boxes rode on APL stack cars, Sea Land on Sea Land cars(with NYSW reporting marks), etc. So it was quite unusual to find this situation, Sea Land containers in an APL well car. Here it is, on SLN 4 at the north end of East Binghamton yard. This photo also serves to show the difference in 40 and 45 foot containers. Note the frame posts are 40 feet apart, with the larger size accommodated by extending the box on either side of the 40 foot posts. That way, all sizes can stack.
Photo Date:  2/25/1989  Upload Date: 10/1/2015 2:45:07 AM
Location:  Binghamton, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
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First stack car
Title:  First stack car
Description:  The first stack car built, a prototype for the new design, was on this SLN 5 at Carson on the Tier.
Photo Date:  3/11/1989  Upload Date: 9/30/2015 4:31:32 AM
Location:  Canisteo, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  Scenic,RollingStock,Action
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Man, those things are tall
Title:  Man, those things are tall
Description:  One of the things that impressed me immediately about stack trains was how tall they were, as demonstrated by this shot taken at Mc Master St in Owego. There were places where you could pace a train really close to the tracks: NY 17C between Campville and Owego(MP 230-232) and several places near Cameron in the Canisteo valley come to mind. You really noticed a 20 foot wall moving alongside you at 50 MPH.
Photo Date:  4/1/1990  Upload Date: 1/5/2016 3:32:25 AM
Location:  Owego, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Signal,Action
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Ex NYSW stack car
Title:  Ex NYSW stack car
Description:  Once the initial frenzy over double stacks played out and they became more common, and when the NYSW was no longer the designated operator for the D&H, some of the equipment they used in the first days of the Sea Land service went to CSX. Heres one of those cars on Conrail at Syracuse, ironically on an APL train, which had always been a Conrail customer. Ironically, elsewhere in this album, I have a shot of Sea Land stacks in an APL well car. Go figure!!
Photo Date:  4/24/1993  Upload Date: 1/26/2015 4:49:00 AM
Location:  DeWitt Yard (West End), NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
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TV 20 from the rear
Title:  TV 20 from the rear
Description:  Southern Tier stack trains didnt usually get JB Hunt traffic, so this was a treat. Here are a 48 foot Thermacube container, and a 53 foot van. The van was relatively new at the time, judging by the 36000 series number. Ahead of the van are several 48 foot plateside containers. They are not insulated-the Thermacubes are-as a result have an inch or two more inside space. That may not seem like much, but when loading products like paper goods-think paper towels and toilet paper-that extra inch can mean more cases in the box. That's important, since those loads usually cube out long before weight becomes an issue. A 53 foot plateside box loaded tight with paper goods will weigh in between 25-and 27,000 lbs. That will give one of our road tractors with that container a gross weight of about 62,000 lbs.
Photo Date:  5/27/1994  Upload Date: 9/20/2014 2:38:28 AM
Location:  Swain, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
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I put that one on there
Title:  I put that one on there
Description:  I had picked up this container at Dixie Cup in Bowling Green KY and dropped it at Clyde to go to Portland around 0730 that morning. Made the cutoff, but not by much.
Photo Date:  1/6/1996  Upload Date: 7/31/2014 3:00:36 AM
Location:  Berwyn, IL
Author:  Tom Beckett
Categories:  RollingStock,Winter,Action
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Setting up
Title:  Setting up
Description:  A piggy packer at Santa Fes Willow Springs yard drops one arm as it prepares to lift a Yellow Freight pup off a flat car.
Photo Date:  4/27/1996  Upload Date: 5/9/2014 2:01:42 AM
Location:  Willow Springs, IL
Author:  Tom Beckett
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Both arms down
Title:  Both arms down
Description:  The piggy packer has now lowered both arms and is about to grab the trailer
Photo Date:  4/27/1996  Upload Date: 5/9/2014 2:04:11 AM
Location:  Willow Springs, IL
Author:  Tom Beckett
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Grounded
Title:  Grounded
Description:  The trailer has now been taken off the flat and is on the ground. Once the piggy packer stows the arms and moves off, it is ready for the tractor to come hook it and outgate.
Photo Date:  4/27/1996  Upload Date: 5/9/2014 2:09:13 AM
Location:  Willow Springs, IL
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Picking it up
Title:  Picking it up
Description:  The piggy packer now has the trailer in the lift arms and is taking it off the flatcar.
Photo Date:  4/27/1996  Upload Date: 5/9/2014 2:05:38 AM
Location:  Willow Springs, IL
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53 and 48
Title:  53 and 48
Description:  Up til 2003 or so, JB Hunt had both 53 and 48 foot containers. Here we see both on an eastbound entering the KCS yard at Richland.
Photo Date:  5/11/1997  Upload Date: 3/30/2014 2:56:04 AM
Location:  Richland, MS
Author:  Tom Beckett
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JBs headed east
Title:  JBs headed east
Description:  A KCS intermodal train rolls into the yard at Richland with JB Hunt boxes head out.
Photo Date:  5/11/1997  Upload Date: 3/30/2014 2:57:50 AM
Location:  Richland, MS
Author:  Tom Beckett
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Locomotives:  KCS 673(SD40-3)
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Beaver box
Title:  Beaver box
Description:  Like everything else, CPs intermodal equipment carried several different looks over the years. In 2003, some had gotten the beaver herald, though not the golden one as on the diesels. Still, this container honoring Calgary looked good with it along with its tribute to that western Canada city. I caught it on 16
Photo Date:  12/2/2003  Upload Date: 6/14/2016 2:37:58 AM
Location:  Owego, NY
Author:  Tom Beckett
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Schneider man
Title:  Schneider man
Description:  Despite being one of the major truckers, and a big user of TOFC, Scheider was slow to take on containers, which JB Hunt had done by the early 90s. This Schneider box on a westbound NS train was therefore something of a novelty. There are a lot more of these now.
Photo Date:  10/22/2004  Upload Date: 9/20/2017 5:38:43 AM
Location:  Horseshoe Curve, PA
Author:  Tom Beckett
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A million
Title:  A million
Description:  In October 2010, JB Hunt marked their millionth intermodal load carried that year, the first time they had reached that milestone. In honor of the occasion, they had several containers painted in this special scheme. One was parked outside the main office for all of us to see. I dont recall how many were painted this way, and I think I saw maybe one of them on the road. By the time I retired in May 2014, they were loading 3 million containers each year.
Photo Date:  1/28/2011  Upload Date: 9/9/2016 3:23:09 AM
Location:  Lowell, AR
Author:  Tom Beckett
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Trash
Title:  Trash
Description:  Garbage is a fairly common item hauled by rail to varous landfills around the country. Some of it goes in these mini containers, though some also goes in large ones as well. This one seen on a UP train making the connection from UP to the BNSF Ft Scott Sub.
Photo Date:  10/18/2014  Upload Date: 11/5/2014 2:42:00 AM
Location:  Kansas City, MO
Author:  Tom Beckett
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Tanks
Title:  Tanks
Description:  One type of container not often seen on American rails is a tank, possibly due to the heavy weights such commodities accrue in a fairly short order. Heres a pair riding in a stack well on the Transcon
Photo Date:  4/6/2015  Upload Date: 9/19/2015 3:07:25 AM
Location:  Mountainair, NM
Author:  Tom Beckett
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JB Hunt out of the canyon
Title:  JB Hunt out of the canyon
Description:  This block of JB Hunt boxes comes up out of Abo Canyon on an eastbound stack train. They will sometimes send solid trains on the BNSF, and in 2015 will ship almost 3 million containers.
Photo Date:  4/6/2015  Upload Date: 9/19/2015 3:05:19 AM
Location:  Scholle, NM
Author:  Tom Beckett
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Sometimes they are not stacks
Title:  Sometimes they are not stacks
Description:  This was an interesting load. The JB Hunt box is nothing unusual-they now have around 65000 containers. Note the flatbed "container" underneath, designed so it can carry a flatbed load, and have another load stacked on top.
Photo Date:  4/6/2015  Upload Date: 9/19/2015 3:09:04 AM
Location:  Mountainair, NM
Author:  Tom Beckett
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JB boxes
Title:  JB boxes
Description:  I caught a stack train coming off the Tennessee River at Decatur, and got this shot of some JB hunt boxes in an NS train.
Photo Date:  3/26/2017  Upload Date: 3/31/2017 5:02:19 AM
Location:  Decatur, AL
Author:  Tom Beckett
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Giving away the past
Title:  Giving away the past
Description:  Old pig trailers sometimes find a second life, a lot of them as storage trailers-look how many are pushed out behind a warehouse somewhere-or as road units for someone else once the railroads lease is up. Here is one such, spotted at Ozark Electronic Repair, far from its northern origins, now owned by a local trucking operaton that provides, among other things, trailers for storage.
Photo Date:  6/9/2018  Upload Date: 6/13/2018 5:20:17 AM
Location:  Siloam Springs, AR
Author:  Tom Beckett
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Former NYSW car
Title:  Former NYSW car
Description:  As explained elsewhere in this album, NYSW had a fleet of Gunderson cars they acquired when the first Sea Land trains started up in the mid 80s. After CP took over the D&H, and NYSW was no longer the designated operator, CSX, who had funded the lease, took the cars back. A good number of them are still in service, such as this one on NS in Mabelvale GA.
Photo Date:  9/15/2018  Upload Date: 10/11/2018 4:45:29 AM
Location:  Austell, GA
Author:  Tom Beckett
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Steel containers
Title:  Steel containers
Description:  JB Hunt has gone to steel containers, such as these on NS at Austell GA, on NS.
Photo Date:  9/15/2018  Upload Date: 10/11/2018 5:07:49 AM
Location:  Austell, GA
Author:  Tom Beckett
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Double JBs
Title:  Double JBs
Description:  A pair of steel containers heads west on NS.
Photo Date:  9/15/2018  Upload Date: 10/12/2018 4:25:47 AM
Location:  Austell, GA
Author:  Tom Beckett
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Almost new
Title:  Almost new
Description:  A pair of JB Hunt boxes, both with numbers over 300000 ride through Austell.
Photo Date:  9/15/2018  Upload Date: 10/12/2018 4:44:53 AM
Location:  Austell, GA
Author:  Tom Beckett
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New steel
Title:  New steel
Description:  A 301 and 308 series box ride through Austell on NS.
Photo Date:  9/15/2018  Upload Date: 10/12/2018 4:49:40 AM
Location:  Austell, GA
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Pink
Title:  Pink
Description:  A pair of pink Ocean Network Express boxes are on NS at Austell.
Photo Date:  9/15/2018  Upload Date: 10/12/2018 5:01:39 AM
Location:  Austell, GA
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Stacks pass
Title:  Stacks pass
Description:  Its always interesting to watch two trains of like cars passing each other, as we see here with a pair of stack trains meeting a few miles east of Austell.
Photo Date:  9/15/2018  Upload Date: 10/13/2018 6:23:49 AM
Location:  Austell, GA
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Long lines
Title:  Long lines
Description:  A long line of containers on a northbound train on the Lineville Sub rolls north past a long line of hoppers on a parked Georgia Power coal train, which is waiting for a crew.
Photo Date:  9/16/2018  Upload Date: 10/11/2018 4:22:53 AM
Location:  Manchester, GA
Author:  Tom Beckett
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Original Sea Land
Title:  Original Sea Land
Description:  Back when stack trains were a big new thing, and Walter Rich had done an end run around Conrail with his Jersey-Binghamton haulage rights, he landed a contract to carry Sea Land boxes in a land bridge arrangement with BN, Chessie, and the D&H. It was a greater distance and took longer than APLs route via UP, CNW and Conrail, but somehow, they won the business, partly because Chessie had an interest in Sea Land. As a result, NYSW acquired a fleet of Gunderson stack cars, one of which we see here with a Maersk box in the lower position, headed north on the CSX Lineville Sub.
Photo Date:  9/16/2018  Upload Date: 10/11/2018 4:39:13 AM
Location:  Manchester, GA
Author:  Tom Beckett
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Steel box north
Title:  Steel box north
Description:  A JB Hunt steel container rides the top of a train on the Lineville Sub
Photo Date:  9/16/2018  Upload Date: 10/12/2018 5:28:16 AM
Location:  Manchester, GA
Author:  Tom Beckett
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Dont see these much any more
Title:  Dont see these much any more
Description:  A rag top container is on this northbound CSX stack train. The stack car itself is notable, having been an NYSW car originally.
Photo Date:  9/16/2018  Upload Date: 10/12/2018 5:32:17 AM
Location:  Manchester, GA
Author:  Tom Beckett
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Schneider man, Schneider man, does whatever a Schneider can...
Title:  Schneider man, Schneider man, does whatever a Schneider can...
Description:  Schneider National Carriers was an early adopter of intermodal, along with JB Hunt, putting sizeable volumes of TOFC on the rails by the mid 90s. I can recall going to the Santa Fe at Willow Springs and KC to find that we had our own section, and the other dedicated lot was Schneiders. Where JB got into containers early-they already had around 15000 by the time I started driving there in 1995-Schneider was a little slower to get into that form, though once they realized the cost advantage of double stacking, they were in. We see one of their newer boxes on a northbound CSX train on the Lineville Sub. What I don't understand is why it's on the top, and not the JB box!!
Photo Date:  9/16/2018  Upload Date: 10/13/2018 6:20:08 AM
Location:  Manchester, GA
Author:  Tom Beckett
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CR England
Title:  CR England
Description:  A CR England container. They have a lot of reefer boxes, which I dont see on the road much, but I did see a lot of them on this trip to Georgia and Florida. This one was on NS.
Photo Date:  9/17/2018  Upload Date: 10/11/2018 4:33:24 AM
Location:  Dalton, GA
Author:  Tom Beckett
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Hub box
Title:  Hub box
Description:  Another logistics operation is the Hub Group, with a large fleet of 53 foot steel containers. This one is southbound on NS.
Photo Date:  9/17/2018  Upload Date: 10/11/2018 5:30:07 AM
Location:  Dalton, GA
Author:  Tom Beckett
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EMP box
Title:  EMP box
Description:  EMP is a container pool run by NS and UP. Here is one of their boxes on NS at Austell.
Photo Date:  9/17/2018  Upload Date: 10/12/2018 5:07:33 AM
Location:  Dalton, GA
Author:  Tom Beckett
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Package guys too
Title:  Package guys too
Description:  Fed Ex is also using containers, as we see here on an NS train at Dalton.
Photo Date:  9/17/2018  Upload Date: 10/12/2018 5:19:59 AM
Location:  Dalton, GA
Author:  Tom Beckett
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One big, one little
Title:  One big, one little
Description:  The JB Hunt logos on these two otherwise identical containers are different, one small, one large.
Photo Date:  9/17/2018  Upload Date: 10/12/2018 5:22:36 AM
Location:  Dalton, GA
Author:  Tom Beckett
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Swift
Title:  Swift
Description:  Swift Transportation is in the container trade as well. On NS at Dalton.
Photo Date:  9/17/2018  Upload Date: 10/12/2018 5:34:30 AM
Location:  Dalton, GA
Author:  Tom Beckett
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CSX box
Title:  CSX box
Description:  The railroads have their own fleets of containers, NS and UP sharing EMP, BNSF and CSX having their own fleets, as to the Canadian roads. This is a home road box headed south on an Atlanta bound Q train.
Photo Date:  9/18/2018  Upload Date: 10/11/2018 4:54:50 AM
Location:  Bridgeport, AL
Author:  Tom Beckett
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Not many of these
Title:  Not many of these
Description:  JB Hunt has a vast container fleet. When I started there in 1995, there were approximately 10,000 53 foot boxes, and maybe 7000 48 footers, split between about 3000 Thermacubes(700000 series) and plate side(600000 series). By 2003, the 48s were gone, and the 53 foot fleet was expanding rapidly. A newer development was these 53 foot reefers, which came on around 2011. There are only several hundred of these, so catching one is a real find. This one is southbound on CSX.
Photo Date:  9/18/2018  Upload Date: 10/11/2018 4:59:59 AM
Location:  Bridgeport, AL
Author:  Tom Beckett
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New Livery
Title:  New Livery
Description:  Long time logistics company C H Robinson has changed the color of its boxes from white to blue, a pair of which are headed for Atlanta on CSX.
Photo Date:  9/18/2018  Upload Date: 10/11/2018 5:25:17 AM
Location:  Bridgeport, AL
Author:  Tom Beckett
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FEC boxes
Title:  FEC boxes
Description:  A pair of FEC containers with the old "hurricane" herald roll south on train 101.
Photo Date:  9/20/2018  Upload Date: 10/14/2018 4:40:20 AM
Location:  Saint Augustine, FL
Author:  Tom Beckett
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