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WHAT DO CERTAIN ABBREVIATIONS STAND FOR??

Discussion in 'Metal Heads' started by JONSON32, Oct 18, 2004.

  1. JONSON32

    JONSON32 12oz Junior Member

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    WHAT DO CERTAIN ABBREVIATIONS STAND FOR??

    Discussion started by JONSON32 - Oct 18, 2004

    just wondering what some of the abb. stand for? and what they stand for is that where they usually go?

    IBT
    NCRK
    BFTX
    ACFX(hoppers)
    ULTX(tankers)
    SSW
    EEC
    WE
    WLO
    SLC
    CHTT
    SRY
    NKCL(gondola connection)
    KRL
    AOK
    CRLL
    FURX(lamb weston)
    TILX
    ARMN
    SFC
    ..and do most cars like UP stay on the west side most of the time, and NS stay on the east side most of the time or is that like a stereotype....i would appreciate anybody's help especially CRACKED ASS. he knows vitually everything from all i can see. and if you wanna hate on this thread, please spend your time doing something more constructive for yourself. don't hate the game. 1
     
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  2. Pfffffffffft

    Pfffffffffft Moderator Crew

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    Pfffffffffft - Replied Oct 18, 2004

    someone made a thread about this a while back and posted nearly
    every companies initials out there..i did a search and couldnt find it...maybe someone else can remember the threads name
     
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  3. ZedIsAlive

    ZedIsAlive 12oz Junior Member

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    ZedIsAlive - Replied Oct 18, 2004

    i printed that shit at work. almost got fired. that shit was 60 pages...it just kept printing and printing and printing....................and printing.


    from that same list mainly because im stoned and very bored:

    IBT-international bridge and terminal co.
    NCRK - you may be thinking of NKCR - Nebraska Kansan and Colorado Railnet Inc.
    BFTX - no listing
    ACFX(hoppers)-General Electric Rail Services Corp. (ACF industries)
    ULTX(tankers)-Union Tank Car Co.
    SSW-i think thats UP...im not looking that one up
    EEC-East Erie Commerical Railway co.
    WE-Wheeling and Lake Erie Railway Co.
    WLO-Waterloo Railway Company
    SLC-San Luis Central Railroad
    CHTT-Chicago Heights Terminal Transfer
    SRY-Southern Railway of British Colombia limited
    NKCL(gondola connection)-no listing NKCR maybe
    KRL-no listing
    AOK-All Out Kings, juss playin - Arkansas Oklahoma Railroad
    CRLL-no listing (CRLE-Coe Rail Inc.)
    FURX(lamb weston)-first union rail
    TILX-Trinity Industries Leasing Co.
    ARMN-Union Pacific RR co.
    SFC-no listing


    get ya nerd on suckas!!!!
     
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  4. mellowmike

    mellowmike New Jack

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    mellowmike - Replied Oct 18, 2004

    Here ya go!

    http://www.pwrr.org/rrm/index.html

    Don't say mellowmike never gave back to the community! Hee hee.

    By the way,

    SSW = St Louis Southwestern aka Cotton Belt
     
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  5. type R

    type R 12oz Senior Member

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    type R - Replied Oct 20, 2004

    the good old hydra-cushion boxcars...havent seen one in a while.
     
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    porque 12oz Senior Member

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    porque - Replied Oct 20, 2004

    ...the other thread was called reporting marks...i'll see if i can't find it...



    *edit*...actually...just use mike's link...it seems to be more inclusive...thanks mike...
     
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  7. Mr. Peanut

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    Mr. Peanut - Replied Oct 20, 2004

    damn zed...you printed all that?
    think of all the trees that died for you to do that!


    Mr.Peanut/false hippie
     
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  8. ZedIsAlive

    ZedIsAlive 12oz Junior Member

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    ZedIsAlive - Replied Oct 20, 2004

    to get stoned, or print that list?
     
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  9. Swiffer Jet

    Swiffer Jet 12oz Elite Member

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    Swiffer Jet - Replied Oct 20, 2004

    hahahaha

    I didn't know ARMN is affliated with Union Pacific.
     
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  10. type R

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    type R - Replied Oct 21, 2004

    ^^ the chilled express cars dude.

    reefer madness.
     
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  11. Swiffer Jet

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    Swiffer Jet - Replied Oct 21, 2004

    Ahh ok, I was thinking of the white boxes.
     
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    krowteN - Replied Oct 21, 2004

    many or maybe all of the yellow upfe reefers that are being repainted white are ARMN.

    I have first hand knowledge.
     
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  13. WILDBILL

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    WILDBILL - Replied Oct 21, 2004

    suggestion: subscribe to trains magazine....
     
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  14. iloveboxcars

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    iloveboxcars - Replied Oct 22, 2004

    mike looks like he's going to be a good addition to this section of the site.


    i dont post here often but im here. i swear guys. include me please!




    yeah. bye.
     
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  15. 187um (S.C.F)

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    187um (S.C.F) - Replied Nov 6, 2004

    Ay I saw SCF up there..and that's my old crew...

    stands for SOUTH COOGEE FELLAS (housing projects)
    other nicks name is SMOKIN CANABIS FREAKS and
    SICK CUNTS FOREVER

    I get the question ya asking....but...I'mma big note on this one and
    rep the crew
     
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