A boxcar is a North American railroad car that is enclosed and generally used to
carry general ... This was more common in earlier days; it was susceptible to
losing much loading during the journey,...
My friend and I scrap metal on the side and came across a very old boxcar...Old
enought to have wooden sides...I cant even begin to guess ...
The empty weight of a box car is stencilled on the side along with the capacity. An
empty steel boxcar would weigh about 30 tons. I'm not sure ...
BOX CAR 60 FT. 286 GRL. BNSF 761000-761099. GENERAL CAR INFO ... 180
ft. Light weight. 84,800 lb Axles. Standard Steel 6 1/2" X 9" Class K Grade F ...
Oct 7, 2006 ... I'm sure it varries. Does anyone have a ballpark figure?
Dec 3, 2014 ... For many years (and still today) there have been great differences in the weight
of ... Right out of the box, car weight will vary from manufacturer to manufacturer
... What it will do is to make it harder to pull your train up grade.
The Holocaust Museum & Education Center of Southwest Florida's boxcar was
acquired in Austria in ... o What is in the boxcar and how much of it (quantity/
weight) ... Q. What was the average length of time someone spent in a boxcar?
Those extra motors will add a lot more maintenance costs and train .... The OP
asked how much does a Reefer Unit add to the tare weight of a boxcar? When I ...
May 1, 2006 ... Do you remember running boards and full-height ladders on box cars? ... A box
car rides on two trucks (called "bogies" on overseas railways). ... The axles are
forged from medium carbon steel and weigh as much as 1200 ...
Feb 5, 2010 ... Question Will a Trailer Truck carry the same amount of Cargo that a Boxcar Can.
... empty weight: varies, but assume and average 32,000 lbs