These are 60’ Greenville 7100 boxcars, this second release is for the Norwolk Western. These cars began their service in 1973. They were used for the transport of auto-parts and placed into pool service. These cars would travel the country to deliver components to the car factories. The ‘322’ on the cars designated that they were assigned to the Ford motor plant in Lima, Ohio.
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