In the 1970’s, Greenville began to build a fleet of venerable open top hoppers. These would be known as the Greenville 100-ton 2-Bay Hopper. They could been seen in any type of service, hauling rock, ballast, dirt, sand, and even taconite ore. Their smaller size and 2-bay hopper doors made them very versatile for any service in any condition. Atlas’ offering of the Greenville Hopper features crisp lettering, durable body, fine end ladder and end details, and free rolling trucks. A group of cars would look right at home in a unit train arriving from the quarry or buried in your consist delivering a shipment of clean dirt to a construction site.
- Crisp painting and printing
- Durable body
- Fine end ladder and end details
- Free rolling trucks