I beckoned him out of the boxcar
and he stepped down.
In the boxcars
there were young and old, sick and well, mothers with their nursing babies, pregnant women, packed like sardines and weak from standing.
can transport four truckloads of produce.
7 million train boxcars
, enough to circle the earth twelve and a half times.
But shippers that use boxcars
for agricultural products saw those prices rise 5.
Newsprint makers and printers are hailing the latest Canadian Pacific Railway fleet of 625 high-capacity boxcars
for paper rolls.
After returning home from his jewelry business in Budapest, the teenage Samuelson and other Jews of his village were rounded up by the Nazis and crammed into boxcars
for the trip to the Auschwitz death camp.
There's a trio of punkish youths--one an upper-middle-class girl named Jesse who periodically calls her parents to let them know how she's doing--who ride boxcars
as an anti-establishment statement.
were used to transport men and horses to and from the fighting fronts.
At large MRFs and paperstock plants, wheeled loaders move loose paper grades tipped from collection trucks onto waiting trucks or boxcars
BNSF), Forth Worth, Texas, is set to acquire 700 high-tech refrigerated boxcars
over the next two years.
In May of 1995, at the nadir of economic collapse sparked by peso devaluation, residents of a down-at-the-heels Monterey railyard colony stopped a freight train and broke open boxcars
filled with imported corn.