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General discussion about locomotives, rolling stock, and equipment

Moderator: John_Perkowski

  by RSD15
 
[email protected] is correct normally the hand brake is on the "B"end.however five unit container cars lettered A E D C B have hand brakes on both A and B ends

  by DutchRailnut
 
Not on A and B ends but on A and B car. the lettering in Doublestaks denotes the car letters not the car ends.

  by RSD15
 
railroads consider stack cars spine cars and other multi- platform(wells,buckets,tabels,etc) cars as one car,with one pair of couplers and one car number.each of these cars has an "A" end and a "B" end thus the platform letters A E D C B with A and B denoting the A and B ends of the car.