These cars were the final result of a number of rebuildings from the
late 1800's onward. The cars in this book range in locations all over
Colorado & New Mexico, on the Georgetown Loop, D&SNG, and C&TSNG
operating railroads, as well as Museums and National Park displays.
Aside from the ends, door, and window variations, these cars had many
other significant differences. They include differences in the car end
sheathing, differences in roofing materials, differences in buffer blocks,
and also one of the more obvious ones is the differences in the
routing of the air brake retainer pipe and retainer valve location.
This book has one of the largest numbers of photos in any of our
books just due to the nine cars we cover in it. Where there are
things that are duplicated, we just did not include them all but
for the rest we made sure the reader has plenty to work with.
We included 18 full color photos on the covers to show all of
the many variations in the shades and colorings of these cars.
This book has 98 pages with 504 photos
This book is spiral bound so it lays flat
and has heavy duty,
full color, paper covers. It is 8 1/2" tall and
5 1/2" wide.
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Denver & Rio Grande Western
Narrow Gauge Class 6 Boxcars in MOW Service
Car series numbers 04100-04499