locked Re: Clay hoppers and the "cousin" Chip hop


Sam Smith
 

David,
I guess I missed the photograph. Well, I presume that's why we should never say never when it comes to the prototype railroads. It does make me wonder if it was a "short term" solution until the bigger cars became available. 
Anyway, thanks for the information.

Sam


On Mon, Jan 13, 2020 at 11:12 PM, A&Y Dave in MD
<dbott@...> wrote:
How early were these hoppers in service?   When were they taking over for the Seley type composite hoppers that I understand were also used in clay service along the CF line?

Dave



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