In general service off the FJG, they could have hauled anything.
I can't recall them bringing any loads inbound to the FJG.
On the FJG, the primary outbound loads were toy or pool products out of Coleco Industries on Patch Rd and sawdust out of a plant in Broadalbin. There was not that much outbound business on the FJG in this era.
A number (not sure how many)of the cars were painted in blue with Delaware Otsego System lettering in yellow and FJG reporting marks. These cars were stenciled as assigned to MILW (Milwaukee Road) Emery, SD so these were assigned to grain service but not on FJG.
--- In FJGRailroad@yahoogroups.com, "LTB" <mbrown43@...> wrote:
> I'm not overly familiar with the FJ&G's traffic base, so I apologize if this question seems silly, but what customers and lading were the former PC boxcars most commonly used for on the FJ&G?
> In the few photos that I have seen of the 40' cars with the doors open, there appears to be grain doors installed in the doorways. Were any of the ex-PC 40's assigned to feed service?
> Thanks in advance.
> Lance Brown,
> Hamilton, ON.