BNSF/CSX power leads a loaded ethanol on NS CNO&TP

CarNutandTrainNut2 Jun 13, 2020

  1. CarNutandTrainNut2

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  2. mmi16

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    What is the 'white' that is appearing on the leading end and underneath some of the cars?
     
  3. Kurt Moose

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    Looks like it might be frost or ice build-up? That is odd lookin'.
     
  4. mmi16

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    I doubt that it is ice - neither oil or alcohol when shipped by rail would create cryogenic conditions and 'manufacture' ice from ambient water vapor.
     
  5. ddm502001

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    Stopped at several points in the vid, definitely Ice, some type Cryo liquid within. Not a typical car for LP or Liquid Nitrogen as not really rated for pressures to be seen. Unable to read HAZMAT decals for code, could be Anhydrous.
     
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