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Boxcars. Forest Products, Consumer Products, Bagged Ag. Products, Beverages, Canned Goods, Bagged Flour, Metal Products ...

Railroad Boxcars - American-Rails.com


Boxcars have been an important piece of equipment for the railroad industry since the early days of the 19th century. Today, they are used for more specialized ...

Why Railroads Can't Keep Enough Boxcars in Service - WSJ


Jun 21, 2015 ... A shrinking supply of boxcars—once the ubiquitous symbols of U.S. railroads and a rolling bellwether for the economy—is causing a ...

Boxcar Facts - Holocaust Museum and Education Center of ...


Boxcar Facts and Information. Holocaust Museum & Education Center of Southwest Florida. The Holocaust Museum & Education Center of Southwest Florida's ...

UP: Boxcars


Boxcars are generally used for loads which must be protected from the weather. They may be ordered with insulation, refrigeration, cushioning, bulkheads or ...

What is a Boxcar? (with pictures) - wiseGEEK


A boxcar is a type of railway car that's designed to carry freight. The main benefits of the boxcar design is that it is...

Boxcars - John's Alaska Railroad Page


The railroad boxcar is an amazing thing. It is actually an enclosed, water resistant box on wheels. Access is gained through sliding doors (single or double) on ...

Sterling Rail - Boxcar Rail Cars For Sale


(2) 60ft Boxcars Available for Purchase Built Date: 1968. Single Plug Doors Inside Height: 9ft 5in. Inside Width: 9 ft. Inside Length: 60ft 1in. Price: $15,000 per

Urban Dictionary: Box Cars

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In craps (dice), slang term for throwing two sixes (at total of twelve).

Boxcar | Define Boxcar at Dictionary.com


Boxcar definition, Railroads. a completely enclosed freight car. See more.

A boxcar is a North American railroad car that is enclosed and generally used to carry freight. The boxcar, while not the simplest freight car design, is probably ... More »
Railroads. a completely enclosed freight car.
a pair of sixes on the first throw of the dice in the game of craps.
Informal. extremely or disproportionately large: The business had boxcar profits during its first year.
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