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When did the Dispatch Shops in East Rochester, NY start making their proprietary DSI box car ends?

When did the Dispatch Shops in East Rochester, NY start making their proprietary DSI box car ends?

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Hi,

I'm sorry but I'm not quite sure I unerstood the question.

Dispatch Shops Inc (DSI). in East Rochested, NY, owned by the New York Central Railroad, made and modified railroad box cars.  Sometime between the 1920's and 1940's DSI developed a specific type of presses steel box car end.  It was called the "DSI END".  I am trying to find out, as close as possible, when this propritary "DSI END" was first developed by DSI.  Thanks

Try contacting this museum. They should have some helpful information:

Empire State Railway Museum, Inc.

845.688.7501

P.O. Box 455 ·
Phoenicia, New York
12464-0455

 

 

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