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note - The vast bulk of my massive Web presence (over 485 pages) had been hosted by AT&T's WorldNet service since 30 May 1996; they dropped WorldNet service effective 31 Mar 2010 and I have been scrambling to transfer everything.  Everything's saved but all the links have to be changed, mostly by hand.  See my sbiii.com Transfer Page for any updates on this tedious process.

[Please note that these pages could also have been accessed as URL http://berliner-ultrasonics.home.att.net/box*.html,
a "vanity" URL (q.v.) that did not require the tilde (~), as was true of ALL of my old pages.}


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I-R 60-ton Demo

A new type of locomotive!
Ingersoll-Rand 1925 Demonstrator #9681
(later CNJ #1000)
(ALCo builders photo S-1484 - source uncertain;
possibly from 1980s AAR flyer)

 

 

ALCo-GE-IR BOXCAB

Oil-Electric ("Diesel") Locomotives

(American Locomotive Company - General Electric - Ingersoll-Rand)

INDEX to Boxcabs Pages:

note-rt.gif   The primary Boxcabs Index has been moved to a separate page,
together with links and credits.

Boxcab Help - A service for boxcab afficionados,
posting reasonable questions (at my sole discretion).

There are now more than ninety-five (95) BOXCAB pages;
including this full INDEX, now on this separate page.

[A new "bugaboo" has reared its ugly head - complexity of organization -
see COMPLEXITY on my main index page.]

ALCo-GE-IR Boxcabs

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Index Page


  I-R 60-ton Demo

A new type of locomotive!
Ingersoll-Rand 1925 Demonstrator #9681
(later CNJ #1000)
(ALCo builders photo S-1484 - source uncertain;
possibly from 1980s AAR flyer)

 

ALCo-GE-IR BOXCAB

Oil-Electric ("Diesel") Locomotives

(American Locomotive Company - General Electric - Ingersoll-Rand)


 

Benoit Xmas 2001
(Photo courtesy M. Benoit 2001 - all rights reserved)
This, with GE shovelnose honorary boxcabs, from Sr. Marcelo Benoit, in Uruguay, says it all!

Here's a severe crop and doctoring of his 2002 picture
  (two passenger trains in the threatened Montevideo Central Station);
nice chassis (and that boxcab-like #916 thing isn't bad, either)!

Benoit Xmas 2002
(Cropped and altered from photo courtesy M. Benoit 2002 - all rights reserved)



INDEX to Boxcabs Pages:

note-rt.gif - this is a page to balance the load and leave more room for boxcab information on each boxcab page.

  Boxcab Help.

A service for boxcab afficionados, posting reasonable questions (at my sole discretion).

  There are now more than seventy-five (75) BOXCAB pages:

Here are some representative photos of early ALCo-GE-IR boxcab locos, ca. 1936, cropped from photos in TRAIN SHED CYCLOPEDIA No. 43
    (Lackawanna #3001*, Erie #20, Ingersoll-Rand #90*, Reading #50, and Union Carbide #11*):

TS43 LW #3001 TS43 Erie #20 TS43 IR #90 TS43 Reading #50 TS43 UC #11
(Photos ca. 1936, cropped from TRAIN SHED CYCLOPEDIA No. 43)
{* - Note that the first, third, and last all survive.}

Click here for information (below) about the late John F. Campbell's
ALCO / General Electric / Ingersoll-Rand (AGEIR) Diesel-Electric Locomotives" Site.


  This Boxcab Index Page.

[Survivors so noted.]

  The main ALCo-GE-IR Boxcabs Page - the BOXCABS "home" page,
which, in itself, now has six (6) continuation pages,
  AGEIR Focus Page, AGEIR details from the "home" page,
and an original GE Demo Brochure.
  Continuation Page 4, overflow from the "home" page,
  Survivor Boxcabs (roster of those boxcabs still around)
      [Please note that there were a lot of broken or non-existant links on this page;
      this has been corrected.  If I missed any, please let me know],

  now with a SURVIVOR BOXCAB LOCATIONS MAP, and
  Survivor Boxcabs Notes (separated out from roster page),
  Pre-production Survivor Boxcab Dan Patch #100 (the oldest survivor), [revised URL - 20 Aug 02]
  Survivor Boxcab CNJ #1000 (the first sold, with detailed photos),
      [I added three pages of detailed photos of the CNJ #1000 (120 photos), linked thereon.
          complete with fully-linked indices with captions.]
  Survivor Boxcab B&O #1/195/8000 (the third unit sold, the second 60-tonner),
  Survivor Boxcab Foley Bros. Construction #110-1
      (at 108 tons, the only surviving double-engined unit),
      [I added a page of detailed photos of Foley Bros. #110-1 (35 photos),
          complete with a fully-linked index with captions.]
  Survivor Boxcab I.R. #90,
  Survivor Boxcab I.R. #91 (ex-DL&W #3001), and
  Survivor Boxcab B-W ARMCO B-70.
  Survivor Boxcab B-W ARMCO B-71.
  Survivor Boxcab B-W ARMCO B-73.
  Survivor Boxcab U.C. #3/EMCO #11.
      [Please note that there was a previous URL with the oxymoronic filename
      boxcuc11.html; this has been denigrated to a reference page
      to the more appropriate filename boxcbuc3.html.]

  LIRR #401 and 100-ton Sister Boxcabs page.
  LIRR #401 and 100-ton Sister Boxcabs continuation page 1 with the LIRR's excuse for a new #401! (24 Feb 2014).
    (see #401 Weight (08 Jun 2013).
    Train Shed Cyclopedia No, 20 on LIRR #401 (24 Feb 2014).
  LIRR #401 and 100-ton Sister Boxcabs Continuation page 2 with many "new" photos (24 Feb 2014).
    Train Shed Cyclopedia No, 20 on LIRR #401 (24 Feb 2014).
    READING RR BOXCABS #50 and #51 {later #98 and #99}, Classes OE-1 and OE-2.   new (24 Sep 2016)   Model Boxcabs page, with
    Boxcab Modeling Notes and
    Boxcab Dimensions.
  Model Boxcabs Continuation Page 1, with
    Monster Boxcab Models.
  Model Boxcabs Continuation Page 2
    More Boxcab Model Miscellany - continued, with
        The Weathering Man Custom HO Boxcabs (30 May 2013), and
        CNJ 1000 in G! (30 May 2013).
the model boxcabs continuation page 3:
    Large-Scale Hoosac Tunnel Box Motor Model
  Model BoxcabZ (1:220) page, with
  Lájos Thek's Electric Boxcab.
  ALCo-GE-IR Boxcabs Continuation Page 3,
  the boxcab bibliography (older material - to 1989),
  continued on Boxcab Bibliography (newer material - 1990 up)
  ALCo-GE-IR Boxcabs Continuation Page 4,
  with more ALCo-GE-IR boxcab information,
  plus Ingersoll-Rand Boxcabs, with a 1929 I-R boxcab brochure
  (see also an original GE Demo Brochure reproduced on the AGEIR page) and
  both I-R and GE Instruction Sheets for a 1929 600-hp, 100-tonner,
  and I-R Page 2 with a 1936 catalog of the 113 oil-electrics built to then,
  Baldwin (and Westinghouse) Boxcabs, with a 1930 catalog,
  Survivor Boxcab B-W ARMCO B-71
  Survivor Boxcab B-W ARMCO B-73
  Survivor Boxcab CLW {B-W} CNR #7700/77
  Survivor Boxcab NCC {Harland & Wulff} CP #7000
  Other Boxcabs continuation page 2, with EMD, Brill, Porter
      and other oil-electrics/diesels,
    EMC/EMD E6 Boxcabs!, and
    McKeen Boxcabs? - Yup!
    1903 Boxcab!
  GE Boxcabs page, with unique GE units, including   ListingsRevd (23 Aug 2016)
    GE 20/23-ton Boxcabs.
    ALCo and GE Shovelnoses
    Chiriqui Land Co. Miniboxcabs
    Surviving GE Electric Boxcabs.
  GE Boxcab Continuation Page 1
    Survivor 1893 GE Electric #1 / MfrsRR #1.
    GE Flatnoses (F.C.M. de Chih., S.A.).   new (23 Aug 2016)
  GE Boxcab Continuation Page 2
    GE-716 Truck.
  Surviving GE Electric Boxcabs.
  Survivor Boxcab EMC B&O #50 and much more on EMC units.
  EMC/EMD Boxcabs with SF #1, #1A Twins.
  Survivor Boxcab British Ford Thomson-Houston   (with coverage of a "modern" 1989 Scots-built boxcab
    and other British boxcabs).
  Odd Boxcabs continuation page 5, with
  air boxcabs,
    steam boxcabs
        (even a boxcab tender!),
    odder boxcabs and
    Odder Boxcabs - continued.
    TEXAS-MEXICAN BOXCABS (separated out 12 Apr 2003), and
    Electric Boxcabs (separated out 07 Jan 2001), with
  ELECTRIC BOXCABS
    Piedmont & Northern Survivor Boxcab #5103
      (moved to Electric Boxcab (Survivors) Continuation Page 3 on 11 Jun 2002)
  ELECTRIC BOXGON!, a boxcab gondola (really!),
    Electric Boxcabs - Part 2 (separated out 17 Jan 2001), with
  1893 GE #1 / MfrsRR #1 Survivor "Box" Motor
  Butte, Anaconda & Pacific #47 Survivor Electric Locomotive and Tractor Truck (Slug) #T-2 (GE 1914)
  For other Survivor Boxcabs, see separate listing below.   listngadded (26 Feb 2016)
  St. Clair Tunnel Electric Boxcabs,
  Mystery Canadian G.E. Electric Boxcab (no it's not!),
  Chilean Boxcabs, and
  Other Overseas Electric Boxcabs
    Electric Boxcab (Survivors) Continuation Page 2:
  GE #1/MfrsRR #1 History (continued),
  So. Bklyn #4 Survivor Box Motor (moved from El. page 2 on 31 Dec 2002).
  L&PS #L1 and #L2.
  Butte, Anaconda & Pacific (survivor - separated out 20 Sep 2002.
    Electric Boxcabs (Survivors) Continuation Page 3:
  Piedmont & Northern #5103
    (moved there from the main Electric Boxcabs page on 11 Jun 2002).
  ALCo-GE-IR Boxcabs Continuation Page 6, with even more info.,
    especially about the 100/108-ton units,
    More ALCo-GE-IR Boxcab Information   (moved from Boxcabs Continuation Page 3 on 18 Dec 00).
    1915 GE Jay Street Connecting RR #3.
    Chicago & Northwestern (C&NW) Boxcabs   (moved from Boxcabs Continuation Page 3 on 18 Dec 2000).
    More Chicago & Northwestern Boxcabs (by Tom Wilson)
    The Red River Lumber Co. #502   (moved from Boxcabs Continuation Page 3 on 18 Dec 2000).
    "A", "B", and "F" (and "1" and "2") Ends - Which is Which?
  Boxcab Photo Archives of Trains Unlimited, Tours.
  NYC Boxcabs   listngadded (16 Sep 2014) / rev (24 Feb 2016)
    NYC Boxcab Continuation Page   listngadded (16 Sep 2014)
  NH Boxcabs (16 Sep 2014)
  PRR Boxcabs
    PRR Class A6/A6B (first PRR I.C. Boxcab Locos).
    PRR Class P5 Survivor Boxcab #4700 (1931, Altoona).
    PRR Class DD1 Survivor Boxacabs #3936-3937 (Juniata, 1911).
    PRR Class B1 Survivor Boxcab #5690 (Altoona, 1934).
  1939 Mack #4 Survivor Boxcab (1939 conversion of 1924 GE Trolley Freight Motor).
  Singer #1 Survivor Box Motor (GE, 1898).
  Westinghouse Boxcabs, with a 1930 catalog,
  Reading AGEIR Boxcabs #50/98 and 51/99 (1926 and 1928).   new (05 Nov 2016)

BOXCAB SURVIVORS (including those already listed above
    and alphabetized duplicates such as I.R. vs. DL&W and U.C. vs. EMCO):   listngadded (26 Feb 2016)
Survivor Boxcabs (roster of those boxcabs still around).
    now with a SURVIVOR BOXCAB LOCATIONS MAP, and
Survivor Boxcabs Notes (separated out from roster page).
  Pre-production Survivor Boxcab Dan Patch #100 (the oldest survivor).
  Survivor Boxcab B-W ARMCO B-70.
  Survivor Boxcab B-W ARMCO B-71.
  Survivor Boxcab B-W ARMCO B-73.
  Survivor Boxcab B&O #1/195/8000 (the third unit sold, the second 60-tonner).
  Survivor Boxcab British Ford Thomson-Houston.
  Butte, Anaconda & Pacific.
  Survivor Boxcab EMC B&O #50 and much more on EMC units.
  Survivor Boxcab CNJ #1000 (the first sold, with detailed photos),
  Survivor Boxcab EMCO #11/U.C. #3.
  EMC/EMD Boxcabs with SF #1, #1A Twins.
  Survivor Boxcab Foley Bros. Construction #110-1 (108t - only surviving 2-engined unit) with detailed photos.
  Surviving GE Electric Boxcabs.
  GE #1/MfrsRR #1 History (continued),
  Survivor Boxcab I.R. #90,
  Survivor Boxcab I.R. #91 (ex-DL&W #3001), and
  GE #1/MfrsRR #1 History (continued).
  L&PS #L1 and #L2.
  Minneapolis, St. Paul, Rochester & Dubuque pre-production Survivor Boxcab Dan Patch #100 (the oldest survivor)
  NYC Survivor Boxcab S-1 #100/6000.
  NYC Survivor Boxcab S-2 #113
  NYC Survivor Boxcab S-2 #115
  NYC Survivor Boxcab T-3a #278
  So. Bklyn #4 Survivor Box Motor (moved from El. page 2 on 31 Dec 2002).
  Survivor Boxcab British Ford Thomson-Houston   Survivor Boxcab U.C. #3/EMCO #11.

Miscellaneous Survivor Boxcab Pages:   Other Overseas Electric Boxcabs
    Electric Boxcab (Survivors) Continuation Page 2:
    Electric Boxcabs (Survivors) Continuation Page 3:
  Piedmont & Northern #5103

{I'm losing track (pardon the pun)!}

Boxcab Page Tour Sequence [below].


BOXCAB MAIN PAGE INDEX:

  Boxcab History and Introductory matter {at beginning of page}.

  Early Predecessors of the ALCo-GE-IR Boxcabs.

  Boxcab Models built by ALCo and GE.
    was moved to Continuation Page 4 - Models 20 Apr 00.]
      to make room on this Boxcabs "Home" page.

  Known ALCo-GE-IR Boxcab Production and
  Known GE Boxcab Production
    were moved to Continuation Page 4 - ALCo-GE-IR Production and
      Continuation Page 4 - GE Production
    to make room on the Boxcabs "Home" page.

Ditto model boxcabs, now on my Model Boxcabs page.


[First of all, I want to credit Bill Russell, Penny Bridge; we seem to be linking back and forth but he has the most compendious site about NY-area railroading, where most boxcabs lurked, with tons of information.

Second, take a look at Mark Laundry's Yard Limit Diesel Switcher Spotter's and Reference Guide, a site about early diesel switchers, especially a 1994 paper by Benn Coifman on "The Evolution of the Diesel Locomotive in the United States", with an excellent history of the ALCo-GE-IR consortium, and including a section on GE's contributions (on both of which I have drawn), as well as McKeen, Westinghouse/Baldwin, Hamilton/EMC/EMD, and Pullman's efforts.]

There is another site about BOXCABS!  It's Railroading in the North East (Northeast Railfan), Clint Chamberlain's neat efforts; he has a page of BOXCAB PHOTOS, many by Don Ross and one erroneously credited to me, mostly on this (my) site, but take a look at his whole site!

The late John F. Campbell's ALCO / General Electric / Ingersoll-Rand (AGEIR) Diesel-Electric Locomotives" Site

Since Sep 2000, there had been an extremely detailed and accurate site focusing exclusively on the earliest history of the ALCo-GE-IR (AGEIR) and GE-IR locos, the late John F. Campbell's "http://www.execpc.com/~jcampbel/ageir.html" ALCO / General Electric / Ingersoll-Rand (AGEIR) Diesel-Electric Locomotives" site; I had heartily recommended it to you!  John Campbell had since added a complete roster of all the ALCo-GE-IR boxcab locos built in the first production run, totalling 33 units, from 1925 to 1930, but not the later Bi- and Tri-Power or GE-IR units.  He then added a roster of the GE-IR units.  Unfortunately, John passed away far too early, on 23 Feb 2005 (for more more information about John, click here) and, after about a year, his site vanished from the Net.  Knowing he was gone, I took the precaution of saving his entire site, all the HTML coding and images (or so I thought) and have now reproduced it in full to the best of my ability, adding a full index:

AGEIR Boxcabs Pages Index (my own addition - to be detailed as I devote the time)

AGEIR History {main page}

AGEIR #8835 Demonstrator

AGEIR #8835 Demonstrator {continued}

AGEIR #8835 Demonstration Trials of 1924 and 1925

AGEIR #9681 Demonstrator and early construction information

AGEIR First Production of 60 ton 300 horsepower Oil-electric Locomotives

AGEIR First Production of 100 ton 600 horsepower Oil-electric Locomotive

AGEIR First Production of 100 ton 600 horsepower Oil-electric Locomotive {continued}

Additional AGEIR Notes

AGEIR 60 Ton Oil-Electrics on ALCO Order # S-1532 and Order # S-1543

Chicago & North Western AGEIR and GE/I-R Diesel-electric Locomotives {First of} Two Pages)

Chicago & North Western AGEIR and GE/I-R Diesel-electric Locomotives (Second Page)

GENERAL ELECTRIC 20 and 23 TON BOX CABS

GENERAL ELECTRIC 23 TON 36" NARROW GAUGE BOX CAB

AGEIR Oil-electric Diesel-electric LOCOMOTIVE ROSTER {First of} Two Pages)

AGEIR Oil-electric Diesel-electric LOCOMOTIVE ROSTER (Page 2)

Post AGEIR - GE/I-R Oil-electric Diesel-electric LOCOMOTIVE ROSTER

A few of the illustrations are lost and some (especially on the GE/I-R roster) have yet to be recreated but the vast bulk of John's work is again available.  You can pick from the links above, go directly to to the index page, or start with the main page and proceed in John's intended sequence by clicking the Next Page > buttons at the bottom of each page.


BIG NEWS! - I-R found an old brochure on the original boxcabs; it (a xerocopy) arrived 18 May 1998 and is a gold mine!  I-R gave me permission (19 May 1998) to reproduce it, which I plan to do on a new page (or pages), starting with my Ingersoll-Rand page, on which I've already listed the boxcab photos and illustrations therein.  I-R uses the term "box-type cab" and all units are double ended (2 engineer's control stands).

An original GE Demo Brochure is reproduced on the AGEIR page.


A note on usage - I have always used ALCo, in lieu of ALCO, for the American Locomotive Company and have been taken to task for the affectation;
I don't remember where I first ran across it, but I'm not about to change now, not on 75+ pages!


ROSTER OF SURVIVING ALCo-GE-INGERSOLL-RAND BOXCAB OIL-ELECTRIC (DIESEL) LOCOMOTIVES

See SURVIVORS continuation page.

It would now appear that there are seven (7) ALCo-GE-IR (and just GE-IR or GE alone) boxcab units surviving,
including at least one GE 20/23-tonner.  In addition there are three (3) ARMCO {Baldwin-Westinghouse} units,
pluxs CNR #77 and CP #7000 in Montréal {non-ALCo-GE-IR}.

In addition there are three (3) ARMCO {Baldwin-Westinghouse} units and CNR #77 and CP #7000 in Montréal {non-ALCo-GE-IR}.

There are also two 1915 GE boxcab electrics in Ontario!

For details on surviving ALCo-GE-IR boxcab locomotives, see the SURVIVORS continuation page.  Other survivors are noted on the Other Boxcabs continuation page.

I have added several pages of detailed photos of the CNJ #1000 (120 photos) and the only surviving 108-tonner, Foley Bros. #110-1 (35 photos).

O.K., folks, who knows when the last boxcab in series production (as opposed to the durable Dan Patch loco) ran at the end of continuous service?



BOXCAB PAGES TOUR INDEX

Because the URL page numbering is NOT sequential, and even I am getting confused, here is the sequence of the tour arrows at the bottom of each page:   rev (27 Aug 2012)

note-rt.gif - this may not be 100% correct but you get the general idea (I hope); I'm still working on the sequencing.

[boxcabs from GE but not internal combustion or in the GE/AGEIR/GEIR series are treated separately in the tour]

URL - *.html	Page

  In the tour sequence:

boxcabdx	Boxcabs Index
boxcabs		Main Boxcabs page
boxcabs2	Other Boxcabs cont. page 2
boxcabs4	Boxcabs cont. page 4 (overflow)
boxcabs3	ALCo-GE-IR cont. page 3,
		  with Boxcabs Bibliography (older material - to 1989)
boxcabib	Boxcabs Bibliography - cont'd. (1990 - up)
boxcabs1	LIRR #401 & Sisters
boxcab1a	LIRR #401 & Sisters cont. page
boxcabs6	Boxcabs cont. page 6 (including more on 100/108-tonners)
boxcbrdg	Reading Boxcabs
boxcabs0	Survivor Boxcabs
boxcabsv	Survivor Notes

  Survivor - GE:

boxcdp1c	Dan Patch #100

  Survivors - AGEIR:

boxcnj1k	CNJ #1000
boxcnj-2	CNJ #1000 Misc. (Roundhouse, Last Trip)
boxcnj-1	CNJ #1000 photo page
boxcnjp1	CNJ #1000 photo page 1
boxcnjp2	CNJ #1000 photo page 2
boxcbno1	B&O #1/195/8000
boxcir90	I.R. #90
boxcir91	I.R. #91 (DL&W #3001)
boxcbuc3	U.C.#3/EMCO #11

  Survivor - GEIR:

boxc1101	Foley Br.#110-1
boxzc110p	Foley Br.#110-1 photo page 2

  Survivors - non-GE/AGEIR/GEIR:

boxcbo50	EMC B&O #50
boxcab70	B-W ARMCO B-70.
boxcab71	B-W ARMCO B-71
boxcab73	B-W ARMCO B-73
boxccn77	CLW/CNR #7700/77
boxccp7k	NCC{H&W}CP #7000
boxcfbth	British Ford Thompson Houston
box-sbk4	South Brooklyn #4
boxcabdd	PRR Class DD1 #3936-3937 (Juniata, 1911)
boxcabp5	PRR Class P5 #4700 (1931, Altoona)
boxcabb1	PRR Class B1 #5690 (Altoona, 1934)
boxmack4	Mack #4 (GE, 1924/Mack, 1939)
boxsing1	Singer #1 (GE, 1898)

  Boxcabs - non-GE/AGEIR/GEIR and Miscellany;

boxcabir	I-R, with '29 brochure
boxcbir2	I-R page 2, with '36 catalog
boxcbprr	PRR Class A6/A6b (first PRR I.C. Boxcab Locos) and others
boxcabnh	New Haven Boxcabs
boxcabny	New York Central Boxcabs (with S-motor continuation)
boxcbny1	New York Central Boxcabs (with S-motor continuation) listngadded (16 Sep 2014)
boxcabge	GE Boxcabs page
boxcabsb	Baldwin/Westinghouse '30 catalog
boxcabsw	Westinghouse Boxcabs
boxcabsw	Westinghouse Boxcabs '30 catalog
boxcabs5	Odd Boxcabs cont. page 5
boxcab5a	Odder Boxcabs cont. page 5a
boxcabel	Electric Boxcabs
boxcabl1	Electric Boxcabs - part 2
boxcabl2	Electric Boxcab Survivors cont. page 2
boxcabl3	Electric Boxcab Survivors cont. page 3
boxbap47	Butte, Anaconda & Pacific #47
boxcabmd	Model Boxcabs page
boxcbmd1	Model Boxcabs cont. page 1
boxcabz		Model BoxzcabZ (1:220)

  Other pages:

boxtours	Trains Unlimited, Tours Photo Collection (archive)

  Not in the tour sequence:

boxcuc11	  {ref. page to boxcbuc3}
note-rt.gif - this may not be 100% correct but you get the general idea (I hope); I'm still working on the sequencing.

Listing partially updated ( rev.gif 16 Sep 2014 )


Rail motor cars ("doodlebugs") were originally little more than boxcabs with extended passenger or combine bodies; Mack was the builder of such rail motor cars; some of these were later converted into rail inspection cars and their story is told on the RR Ultrasonics Page:
  new (21 Mar 2106)


See the primary page index at the top of this page for more detail of each page's contents and links.



LEGACY

  What happens to all this when I DIE or (heaven forfend!) lose interest?  See LEGACY.


There are now more than ninety-five (95) BOXCAB pages;
see the full INDEX, now on this separate page.


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To tour the Boxcabs pages in sequence, the arrows take you from this Boxcabs index page to the first Boxcabs page, then to continuation pages 3 and up, then 100-tonner LIRR #401 and her sisters, survivor boxcabs (with map) and survivor notes, survivor CNJ #1000 (the very first), Ingersoll-Rand boxcabs (with instruction manual), other (non-ALCo/GE/I-R) boxcabs, Baldwin-Westinghouse boxcabs, odd boxcabs, and finally model boxcabs.



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