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44, 44 Ton, was built by General Electric in January 1943, #15764, as U S Army 7439. It later became Department of Transportation 002 and then to Cadillac & Lake City Ry as 44. It was sold to Evans as 44.
76, 65 Ton, was built by General Electric in February 1943, #15886, for Nebraska Ordnance Works. It became United States Army 7149 and later sold as U S Railway Manufacturing Co 7146. It was merged as Evans 79 and became Itel Railcar 79. It became Berwind Railway Services 76 and became Watco Mechanical Services J8.
EP-10, 45 Ton, was built by Whitcomb in September 1945, #60651, as United States Navy 65-00153. It was sold as Tillamook County Naval Airport Commission 2 and then Port of Tillamook RR 2 in 1953. It was then sold to Oregon Washington Plywood Corp no number and then sold as Evans EP-10. It was then renumbered as Itel EP-10 and finally as Gunderson Rail Car Services 1.
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May you be praised, O Lord, in all your creatures, especially brother sun, by whom you give us light for the day; he is beautiful, radiating great splendour, and offering us a symbol of you, the Most High. . . May you be praised, my Lord, for sister water, who is very useful and humble, precious and chaste. . . May you be praised, my Lord, for sister earth, our mother, who bears and feeds us, and produces the variety of fruits and dappled flowers and grasses. . . Praise and bless my Lord, give thanks and serve him in all humility.
-- St. Francis of Assisi, Canticle of the Creatures