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Originally posted by musselwhite
reply to post by Simplynoone
ok, let's say they are for hauling cars...........could you explain to me how they stack the cars? you did say the chains were for the second stack right?
Originally posted by SHNIPE
lol you guys are funny sometimes. there are tons of these filled with cars everywhere. Theyre not for cows and theyre not for humans. I used to jump on the cars when i was a kid and go for a ride. these are always full of cars being transported to dealerships from manufacturers. they dont ALWAYS use road driven transport.
Anything could be used for human transportation on the railline. Why bother spending the money to make new types of transports when all the other types would work just fine.
As you've already seen here, no one knows for sure if these are merely cattle cars, auto transport cars, prisoner cars, or perhaps something else entirely. The only thing we know is that a train is parked outside of a FEMA camp.
Originally posted by NOTurTypical
So the claims that they must be for cattle or automobiles is absurd considering neither of those commodities is/has ever been handled at the facility.
Perhaps they are autorails, perhaps they are cattle cars... That doesn't mean that's the ONLY purpose they can be used for. That doesn't answer the Q as to why the Hell are they lined up a hundred yards or so outside the Beech Grove FEMA camp.
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