Scaled from prototype manufacturer's drawings
Separately applied walkway platform, manway, outlet, ladders, brake rigging detail, safety rail supports and tank saddles
Photo etched metal walkways and end platforms
Wire safety rails and end handrails
100-ton roller bearing trucks
Fully-assembled and ready-to-run out of the box
Accurately painted and printed
Highly detailed, injection molded body
Separately applied brake wheel
Machined metal wheels
Screw mounted trucks
McHenry operating knuckle couplers
Weighted for trouble free operation
Clear plastic jewel box for convenient storage
Operates on Code 55 and 80 rail
Minimum radius: 11"
Recommended radius: 15"
Modern ethanol tank cars have a 30,000-gallon capacity. Most tank cars are owned by railcar leasing companies. Many are leased to the ethanol producing companies and carry their company logos. Fuel dealers, small refineries and other industries receive single cars and small blocks of cars that are mixed into freight trains. Large gasoline refineries may receive 100-car unit trains several times per week.
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