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Specific Item Information: In 1924-25, General American Car Company built 49 express reefers for the Santa Fe. They were 50-footers with wood sides, steel underframes and 4-wheel high speed passenger trucks. Most passenger trains of the era has one or more of these on the head-end to carry high-dollar perishables to the Midwest. Seven of the cars were leased for Fed Harvey. By 1926, the time of their first major rebuild, most carried the Railway Express lettering.
Item created by: ttftrains on 2017-11-23 23:19:45
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