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Mexican Frieghts

Discussion in 'Metal Heads' started by ohjees, Jun 23, 2005.

  1. ohjees

    ohjees New Jack

    Joined: Jun 9, 2005 Messages: 13 Likes Received: 0
    I was curious as to whether or not American or Canadian owned frieghts went into Mexico?? If so what companys frieghts have been known to go into Mexico?? Thanks
     
  2. ArtistikFunk

    ArtistikFunk Senior Member

    Joined: May 7, 2003 Messages: 1,498 Likes Received: 38
    most freight companies innerchange with mexican railways.
    The biggest players are KCS, UP, TFM, RailBox...
     
  3. B.anthracis

    B.anthracis Member

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  4. HATEBREEDER

    HATEBREEDER Member

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  5. JHFOREVER

    JHFOREVER Member

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    Absolutly
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    Notice the marks Above the numbers its not complete but it says GATX de Mexico.
     
  6. SWX1994

    SWX1994 Member

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    Rip Hamilton Guest

  8. poppy183

    poppy183 Senior Member

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    Transportacion Federal de Mexico...TFM
     
  9. ghostvandal

    ghostvandal Senior Member

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    kcs and rio grande i would think

    that super is super smooth
     
  10. mr_jickers

    mr_jickers New Jack

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    i caught a few mexican frieghts in my yard the other day, and i live nearly 1000 miles away from mexico
     
  11. Oliver Clothesoff

    Oliver Clothesoff Banned

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    :king:
     
  12. Cracked Ass

    Cracked Ass Veteran Member

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    FCCM is Ferrocarriles Chiapas-Mayab. The RR itself has territory running from Veracruz, Mexico south to the Atlantic coast, east to the Yucatan, and their southeastern terminus is in Hidalgo at the border with Guatemala. (Guatemala's rail is a basket case and last I heard was still not operational, so shit will NOT run from Mexico into Guatemala. They had a lot of trouble with banditry and poor people building shantytowns right on the tracks.)
    I think FCCM is owned by Genessee & Wyoming, or the reporting mark is, or something, don't know the full story. Bottom line, painting FCCMs is cool. I think I have 3: two as FCCMs and another car that was a different shortline altogether but was restamped FCCM a year after I hit it.
     
  13. B.anthracis

    B.anthracis Member

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    Good info on FCCM.
    Ive seen a few.
     
  14. TURBO DOG

    TURBO DOG Member

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    i dont know much about the mexican railway but visiting my mom in texas last summer i painted one of those ferromex trains...i didnt get a flick, so i didnt remember the numbers which in turn never allowed me to track it like i wanted to , you know to see if those trains frequented mexico a lot! but i saw them rolling all through out texas with really weird tags on them, that i figured was mexican or something....but the thought of trains going that far is really rad!
     
  15. Deb

    Deb New Jack

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    yOU can track them????
     
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