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Thanks very much for the reply Jeff and that clears my question right up. I knew corn products (for instance) didn't need a placard but I still wasn't sure about the status of empty tank cars. Now I am! :cool:
Thanks again for your answer.
Thanks very much for the welcome and answer Bill. I'll check out the link shortly, thank you. As far as photos go, I haven't been out for years but there's a couple of great channels on youtube I'd recommend.
Hello everyone... I'm Don and I'm a big fan of North American trains. I've just found this forum which will be fantastic to work my way through. I watch a lot of youtube train videos and browse photo collections on flickr and just had a question about placard loads on tank trains. I've...
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