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SCCX 662

SCCX 662

Description

SCCX 662 is a rived steel tank car. The tank holds 10,098 gallons and is an ARA type III.

History

The Standard Tank Car Company of Masury, Ohio, built this car in 1923. It was built for the Shell Company of California, which was has its headquarters in Martinez, California. The car was built to haul petroleum products.

  • Owners: SCCX 662
  • Technical Data: Type, tank car. Builder and date, Standard Tank Car Company built 1923. Class. Underframe, steel. Lightweight. Capacity, 10,098 gallons.
  • Trucks: Truck center. Trucks. Wheels. Wheelbase. Journals.
  • Air Brake Equipment: Air brake system. Brake cylinder. Hand brake, vertical staff.
  • Dimensions: Length. Width. Height.
  • Propulsion Equipment: None
  • Misc Data: Coupler. Draft gear.
  • Current Condition: Complete and in excellent condition.
  • Proposed Future Treatment: Maintain in current condition. Repaint with proper historic paint scheme.
  • Date Last Modified: Saturday, 04 June 2011
  • Additional Photo 1: Additional Photo 1

Hours

Year Round
Saturdays & Sundays
10:30 am – 5:00 pm

Summer Hours
(June 14th - August 13th)
Wednesdays through Sundays
10:30 am to 5:00 pm

Museum Location

5848 State Highway 12
Suisun City, CA 94585

(707) 374-2978

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