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Burlington Northern Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment
Burlington Northern Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment

Burlington Northern Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment

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Part Number:msb1161

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hardcover

David G. Casdorph

Morning Sun Books, 2001

978-1582480671
For freight car historians, enthusiasts and modelers, the Burlington Northern was a treasure chest of equipment designs. The huge northwest forest products industry was reflected in the initial Burlington Northern freight car fleet. The pre-merger fleets provided large numbers of 50-foot box cars, wood chip gondolas and lumber flats. The Burlington Northern also had a well-maintained fleet of temperature-controlled cars and a large fleet of grain hoppers. With the development of coal production in the Powder River Basin the coal car fleet expanded greatly.

The Burlington Northern acquired nearly 34,000 new-built cars during it's time. After two and a half decades, in 1995, the BN era ended with the Santa Fe merger. The Green freight cars ended and new and repainted cars appeared in 'BNSF brown'.

Contents:
Box Cars, pp. 4-39;
Covered Hoppers, pp. 40-63;
Flat Cars, pp. 64-67;
Gondolas, pp. 68-84;
Open Hoppers, pp. 85-91;
Inter-modal, pp. 92-99;
Temperature Controlled Cars, pp. 100-111;
Tank Cars, pg. 112;
Auto Racks, pp. 113-116;
Non Revenue Cars, pp. 117-120;
Passenger Cars, pp. 121-128.

Morning Sun Books, hardcover with dust jacket, 128 pages, 8.5 x 11 x .5 in., all Color photographs with captions.

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