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FRED (Flashing Rear End Device)

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Wisconsin & Southern 503174 Refrigerator car in a passing freight train at the O'Hare Transfer station. A FRED (Flashing Rear End Device) can be seen attached to the rear coupler.

(WSOR 503174, FRED, WSOR, Refrigerator cars, Freight cars, other, photographed on 30 July 1998 at O'Hare Transfer station).     Image size is available.

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Wisconsin & Southern 503174 Refrigerator car in a passing freight train at the O'Hare Transfer station. A FRED (Flashing Rear End Device) can be seen attached to the rear coupler.

(WSOR 503174, FRED, WSOR, Refrigerator cars, Freight cars, other, photographed on 30 July 1998 at O'Hare Transfer station).     Image size is available.

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PROX 85805 at the end of a molten sulpher train passing the Bensenville rail yard. A FRED (Flashing Rear End Device) can be seen attached to the rear coupler.

(PROX 85805, FRED, other, photographed on 25 August 1998 at Bensenville rail yard NEW! 8 April 2000).     Image size is available.

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PROX 85805 at the end of a molten sulpher train passing the Bensenville rail yard. A FRED (Flashing Rear End Device) can be seen attached to the rear coupler.

(PROX 85805, FRED, other, photographed on 25 August 1998 at Bensenville rail yard NEW! 8 April 2000).     Image size is available.

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Dakota Minnesota & Eastern 52109 Rib-sided four-bay covered hopper car on a siding at the Hanson Park station. A FRED (Flashing Rear End Device) can be seen attached to the rear coupler.

(DME 52109, FRED, DME, Covered hopper cars, Freight cars, other, photographed on 18 October 1998 at Hanson Park station NEW! 3 March 2000).     Image size is available.

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FRED (Flashing Rear End Device) on CSX Transportation 965572 Four-outlet open ballast hopper car.

(CSXT 965572, FRED, CSXT, CSXT ballast series, Ballast hopper cars, Open hopper cars, MOW cars, Freight cars, other, photographed on 17 February 1999 at O'Hare Transfer station).     Image size is available.

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FRED (Flashing Rear End Device) on CSX Transportation 965572 Four-outlet open ballast hopper car.

(CSXT 965572, FRED, CSXT, CSXT ballast series, Ballast hopper cars, Open hopper cars, MOW cars, Freight cars, other, photographed on 17 February 1999 at O'Hare Transfer station).     Image size is available.

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Looking south from beside Schiller Park yard, with Schiller Park yard South end Irving Park Road at the end of a northbound freight train. Irving Park Road passes under the yard in a viaduct just beyond the signal bridge. A FRED (Flashing Rear End Device) can be seen attached to the rear coupler.

(Schiller Park yard (south end), WC 84552, FRED, Rail Yards, WC, Covered hopper cars, Freight cars, other, photographed on 1 October 1999 at Schiller Park yard).     Image size is available.

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Wisconsin Central 24239 Box car at the end of a northbound freight train passing through the Schiller Park yard. Irving Park Road is just behind us. The square device in the left foreground is a switch heater and electric switch machine. A FRED (Flashing Rear End Device) can be seen attached to the rear coupler.

(Schiller Park yard (south end), WC 24239, FRED, Rail Yards, WC, Box cars, Freight cars, other, photographed on 1 October 1999 at Schiller Park yard).     Image size is available.

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Exxon 405494 Tank car leads the shove on the north leads into the Schiller Park yard. A FRED (Flashing Rear End Device) can be seen on the leading coupler.

(HPLX 405494, switching crew, FRED, HPLX, Tank cars, Freight cars, other, photographed on 4 October 1999 at Schiller Park north yard leads).     Image size is available.

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