locked Re: Pulpwood and Line In Boxcars


O Fenton Wells
 

Regarding the early pulpwood rack conversions I was wrong on my first dates.  Here is a spreadsheet from my pulpwood clinic
Southern Ry Pulpwood Racks -  Flat car conversions
Car No. Series No. of Cars Converted From Blt. Date In. Length Yr. Converted Comments
115000-116599 (SR) 267 115XXX-116XXX 40 ft flat cars 1926 35'-2" 1934-1937 For Champion Paper, Canton NC
117500-117999(SR) 201 117XXX flat cars 1926 35'-2" 1934-1937 For Champion Paper, Canton NC
325000-325579(NO&NE) 30 325XXX flat cars 1926 35'-2" 1934-1937 For Masonite Corp, Laurel MS
300230-300472(AGS) 40 300XXX flat cars 1926 35'-2" 1934-1937 For Gulf States Paper, Tuscaloosa AL
Southern Ry Pulpwood Racks -  SU Boxcar conversions
Car No. Series No. of Cars Converted From Blt. Date In. Length Yr. Converted Comments
114000-114999 (SR) 1000 SU boxcars 1922 35'-4" 1940-1951 ** 100 in '40, 275 by '42, 1000 by'46
124000-125559 (SR) 1500 SU boxcars 1925 36'-4" 1940-1951 83 by '47, 1123 by July 1950
301000-301099 (AGS) 100 SU boxcars 1926 36'-4" 1940-1951 100 by July 1950
326000-326009 (NO&NE) 10 SU boxcars 1927 36'-4" 1940-1951 10 by April 1951
414000-414099 (GSF) 100 SU boxcars 1928 36'-4" 1940-1951 100 by April '51
** No conversions were done during WWII
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Fenton Wells
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Pinehurst NC 28374
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