|Mfg. Part No.|
|Original Retail Price|
|Road or Company Name|
|Length without Couplers|
|Length including Couplers|
|NMRA Ideal Weight||___ ounces = 0.5 + (___ × .15) ounces|
|Coupler Mount||[Body Mount or Truck Mount?]|
|Length, Over Couplers|
|Height, Top of Rail to Threshold|
|Door Opening Width|
|Gross Rail Load|
|Curve Negotiability Radius|
|Coupled to Like Car|
|Coupled to Base Car|
Note 1. “Double-Stack Intermodal Railcars — The DTTX-marked double-stack railcar design enables railroads to carry two intermodal containers stacked on top of each other. Many TTX double-stacks are articulated (sharing wheels between the car’s units), which reduces slack action and improves the ride quality for fragile cargo. Intermodal double-stack wells come in different configurations. The most common are 5-unit, 40-foot articulated railcars for carrying 20-foot, 40-foot, and 45-foot international containers, and 3-unit, 53-foot articulated railcars for transporting 53-foot containers. TTX is a major supplier of intermodal double-stack wells to the industry with a fleet of over 116,000 wells of capacity.”[TTX1]
Note 2. “Stack Car, Wells: All 40ft, Five Wells, IBC Type Heavy Capacity (125 Ton Trucks), 2-20ft or 1-40ft container(s) in all wells and 1-40ft, 45ft or 48ft container stacked on top of all wells.”[RRPA1]
[GUND] “Maxi-Stack I Car”. Greenbrier Companies (Gunderson). Undated. Accessed May 2, 2018.
[RRPA1] Rogers, Joe. “DTTX 750767 [with NYKU 636774 Container]”. Railroad Picture Archives. September 18, 2005. Accessed May 2, 2018.
[RRPA2] Rogers, Joe. “DTTX 750767 [with TRLU 671379 Container]”. Railroad Picture Archives. September 18, 2005. Accessed May 2, 2018.
[TTX] “Home Page”. TTX Company. Undated. Accessed May 2, 2018.
[TTX1] “Equipment”. TTX Company. Undated. Accessed May 2, 2018.