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5th Generation Texian
Saw this today, notice how it seems shorter than most (height). At 1st I thought old Amtrak car but this has sliding door.


Active Member
Looks to be an oldie, ladder on far end goes up to the roof. Ladder on near end appears to have been cut? Could've had a roofwalk? Reporting marks are for Mexican line?

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