RailPictures.Net Photo: ETTX 715501 Union Pacific Auto Rack at West Point, Georgia by Frank Orona
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Union Pacific (more..)
Auto Rack (more..)
CSX A&WP/WofA Subdivision (more..)
West Point, Georgia, USA (more..)
April 01, 2013
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ETTX 715501 (more..)
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Homemade Designed and built by the quality UP Employees at the railroad's DeSoto Shops in Missouri, the UP AutoFlex holds 15 patents and is the only auto rack that can be adjusted to the customer's needs; that is, it can be used as either a bi-level or tri-level rack. This is truly one convertible railcar used by the industry that created convertibles. UP has built over 300 of these cars with this particular one having a built date of Jan. 2013. Externally this auto rack resembles the new racks being built by National Steel Car in Canada.
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