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Manufactured by Krupp, for Combustion Engineering Inc., in 1982, with an empty car length of 231.667 feet, the world's second largest Schnabel Car (which is North American based) is Westinghouse's WECX 800 (formerly CEBX 800), which has a maximum loaded length of 345.00 feet, an empty weight of 370.45 tons, and an 889.63 ton weight load limit that is distributed across thirty-six axles that are fitted with 33 inch wheels.

Ironically, Krupp is the same firm that created one of the world's most well known railway artillery guns, the K5, which was used by the German military in World War II.

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