Railway Bull Shippers Group RailwayBullShippersGroup@groups.io

Welcome to the Railway Bull Shippers Group, a community for model railroaders, railfans and historians.

This group collects and shares information about railroad livestock and meat transportation and the rolling stock, facilities and operations which supported it. This group covers all North American railroads plus the meat packing and livestock businesses.

This group helps members to use this information to model prototype railroad equipment, conduct realistic operations on model railroads and create accurate infrastructure and rolling stock.

This group is open to all persons with an interest in the above. Discussion participation is encouraged but not required.

All member postings should be kept on topic and reflect respect for other members who post. As this site is not a Chat Room, messages intended for one individual should not be posted for the entire group. And please, no selling or commercial messages on this site. Violators of these policies will be stuffed into a cattle car, shipped to a meat packing plant and processed into SPAM.

COPYRIGHT NOTICE: Contributors hold the copyright to all materials they contribute to this group. Absolutely no material may be used for commercial purposes.

PRIVACY STATEMENT: We do not sell, trade or otherwise share the e-mail addresses of our members.

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