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Unit, AAR/Owner Class:

Missouri Pacific
Greenville Flatcar
FM
Location/Date of Photo:

Nehawka NE   Map
May 19 2001
Rolling Stock No.

MP 815062
Photographer:

Todd Greuter Photo
A 54' Greenville flatcar, paired up with MP 15157, an old mailcar now used in MoW service.

Unit, AAR/Owner Class:

Missouri Pacific
Greenville Flatcar
FM
Location/Date of Photo:

Nehawka NE   Map
May 19 2001
Rolling Stock No.

MP 815062
Photographer:

Todd Greuter Photo
A 54' Greenville flatcar, paired up with MP 15157, an old mailcar now used in MoW service.

Unit, AAR/Owner Class:

Missouri Pacific
Greenville Flatcar
FM
Location/Date of Photo:

Nehawka NE   Map
May 19 2001
Rolling Stock No.

MP 815062
Photographer:

Todd Greuter Photo
A 54' Greenville flatcar.

Unit, AAR/Owner Class:

Missouri Pacific
Greenville Flatcar
FM
Location/Date of Photo:

Nehawka NE   Map
May 19 2001
Rolling Stock No.

MP 815062
Photographer:

Todd Greuter Photo
A 54' Greenville flatcar.

Unit, AAR/Owner Class:

Missouri Pacific
Greenville Flatcar
FM
Location/Date of Photo:

Nehawka NE   Map
May 19 2001
Rolling Stock No.

MP 815062
Photographer:

Todd Greuter Photo
A 54' Greenville flatcar.

Unit, AAR/Owner Class:

Missouri Pacific
Flatcar
FMS
Location/Date of Photo:

Colorado Springs, Colorado   Map
-
Rolling Stock No.

MP 818096
Photographer:

© Nathan D. Holmes/ RailArc Photo
MP 818096 - shrouded/hooded flatcars such as this one are usually used to transport large sections of partially assembled aircraft. MoPac used it's quad-trucked flats (seen below) with such shrouds for transporting Space Shuttle solid rocket booster segments.

Unit, AAR/Owner Class:

Missouri Pacific
Thrall Flatcar
FMS
Location/Date of Photo:

Lincoln NE   Map
May 13 1996
Rolling Stock No.

MP 819746
Photographer:

Todd Greuter Photo
A former CE&I 60' Thrall flatcar. 5/13/96

Unit, AAR/Owner Class:

Missouri Pacific
Thrall Flatcar
FMS
Location/Date of Photo:

Lincoln NE   Map
May 13 1996
Rolling Stock No.

MP 819746
Photographer:

Todd Greuter Photo
A former CE&I 60' Thrall flatcar. End detail w/ brakewheel.

Unit, AAR/Owner Class:

Missouri Pacific
Thrall Flatcar
FMS
Location/Date of Photo:

Lincoln NE   Map
November 7 1996
Rolling Stock No.

MP 819749
Photographer:

Todd Greuter Photo
60' Thrall-built flat, still wearing the CE&I buzzsaw, sits in Lincoln. These flats are used for the local steel industries.

Unit, AAR/Owner Class:

Missouri Pacific
Bulkhead Flatcar
FBS
Location/Date of Photo:

Palmer Lake, Colorado   Map
March 9 2001
Rolling Stock No.

MP 823207
Photographer:

© Nathan D. Holmes/ RailArc Photo
MP 823207 - Flat with Bulkhead ends at Palmer Lake, CO 3/9/01. Compared to others, this flat appears to be reinforced along the sides.

Unit, AAR/Owner Class:

Missouri Pacific
GSC Bulkhead Flatcar
FBS
Location/Date of Photo:

Lincoln NE   Map
April 1996
Rolling Stock No.

MP 823924
Photographer:

Todd Greuter Photo
Bulkhead GSC flat, identical to #828074 below, with bulkheads and in U.P. paint.

Unit, AAR/Owner Class:

Missouri Pacific
GSC Flatcar
FMS
Location/Date of Photo:

Lincoln NE   Map
August 13 1995
Rolling Stock No.

MP 828074
Photographer:

Todd Greuter Photo
54' GSC flatcar, built 6/66. There's a full-color MoPac buzzsaw decal on the side of this flat.

Unit, AAR/Owner Class:

Missouri Pacific
Flatcar
-
Location/Date of Photo:

Atlanta, Georgia  
March 1984
Rolling Stock No.

MP 865001
Photographer:

Bill Folsom Photo/Todd Greuter Collection
The twelve-axle/24-wheel flatcar is spotted on a siding at Atlanta, Georgia. Built in 1969, the MoP owned three of these burly haulers (#865000-002).



 

Featured Photographers:
Craig Meador, Michael Petersen, Nathan D. Holmes @ RailArc, Bill Folsom

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