Wasatch Railroad Contractors opens new tank car certified facility in Wyoming

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SHOSHONI, Wyo. — Wasatch Railroad Contractors has opened a new fully certified tank car facility in Wyoming. The company was recently issued its Association of American Railroads M-1002 Tank Car certification, which allows the company to repair, modify, and convert tank cars in accordance with AAR standards.

Among the services offered, Wasatch’s team is equipped to handle interior linings, full exterior paint services, railcar cleaning, running repairs, and other services. The Shoshoni facility can accommodate about 60 cars at a time.

Shoshoni is located along BNSF Railway between Casper, Wyo., and Greybull, Wyo. The Big Horn Divide and Wyoming Railroad provides short line railroad service to the facility.

Wasatch is a railroad company specializing in a wide range of contactor services including steam locomotive boiler work, cosmetic restorations, freight car refurbishments, and other services.

More information is available online.

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