Quite the overhang! Slowly moving northbound through Denver on the Joint Line on April 15, 2005, is a large 745-ton Belleli vessel being shipped from Houston, Texas, to Denver, Colorado... (more)
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 ... (more)
Freshly painted Schnabel car handles a large pressure vessel from Duluth to the oil sands project in northwestern Canada during late 2005.
CEBX 800 sits at the east end of Aldershot Yard waiting to be lifted as part of CN 915 which will run from Aldershot to Paris over night during lower traffic levels. It will be a two say run to ge... (more)
On the second but yet wet day of her voyage to the states, CEBX 800 with her 1.2 million lbs payload sit underneath the signal bridge at Paris Jct awaiting her night fall move to London. Photo tak... (more)
The Schnabel is loaded and just about ready to roll.
CEBX 800, 36 axle Schnabel Car is stashed at this small chemical plant's loading track until its own load in west Oakville is ready to roll.
checking more clearance issues with the 36 axle Schnabel car
crossing the Huson Bridge shows the immense size of this load hauled with the 36 axle Schnabel car
checking clearances on a tight curve with the 36 axle Schnabel car. One of the loads for the Oil Sands project in Canada
This Schanbel car is waiting at the Duluth Port Terminal for it's next large load.
Controls and gauges inside the world largest car the Schnabel CEBX 800.
Special heavy load Schnabel train from Duluth to Alberta rolls north towards Canada at 15 mph.
The 36-axle Schnabel car is gingerly moved through tight tracks in Duluth on its way to Alberta.