The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe System
SANTA FE SYSTEM CIRCULAR No. 244-R
(cancels circular no. 244-Q Issued September 1,
Length, Seating or Loading Capacity and Average
Weight of Cars
To be used by Conductors in Reporting Train Tonnage
D. A. Baumgartner, General Superintendent of Transportation
Chicago, May 1, 1957
Stainless Steel Light Weight
Note A: When cars are loaded with storage mail,
15,000 lbs. should be added to light weight.
Note C: When cars are loaded with storage mail, 25,000 lbs, should
be added to light weight.
Note D: Full End Door.
(A.C.) Air Conditioned.
(S.U.) Steel Underframe
* Cars are equipped with cast iron or I-W wrought steel wheels and
painted mineral brown and only suitable for service in Mixed Trains.