flat car has long been a versatile and venerable car
in the railroading industry. With four open sides, any
commodity could be loaded onto the car without constraints.
Starting in the mid-60s, a new group of 53 6
flatcars were built to accomodate each railroads
needs. The cars were built with a wood deck, along with
stake pockets on the sides of the car. Many of these
lasted through the 80s and longer in MOW service