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The closest one might be able to come to matching Roco's tank car is American Car and Foundry's 7000-gallon acid car, circa 1940. It's not an exact match, but the next-closest is the ubiquitous 8000-gallon riveted petroleum car, which has a very different dome. It therefore raises some question as to whether or not Shell or Mobil had acid tank cars.
For reasons unknown, the Canadian National tanker is much harder to find than the others.
The Canadian train set features a different lettering scheme:
Plastic Box Inserts
Note the spelling on the second one — should be "Alkali."
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