In April 2005, a large 745-ton Belleli vessel was shipped from Houston, Texas, to Denver, Colorado, using the “world’s largest railroad car,” Schnabel CEBX No. 800. The vessel was loaded at the Houston ship channel inbound from Belleli Energy of Italy, and was going to a Commerce City oil refinery. It is seen here passing the Evans light rail station in Denver on April 15, 2005. Since this time, in mid-2012, Westinghouse has renumbered this car from CEBX 800 to WECX 800 and has added another Kasgro-built twin car to the Schnabel fleet, WECX 801, which now takes the title of largest railcar in the world. The 800 is still plenty big, with 36-axles capable of hauling 745 tons!