A friend sold me several flat cars--all very crudely built. After extensively reworking the cars (some need more work--oh well...) I started making loads for them. One was a bulkhead end flat so it became a pulpwood load. The load is cut up sticks from the backyard. It's a metal car, and with the load, was getting pretty heavy. As a result, it's only partially loaded. One was an old Ulrich metal kit that was loaded with a crate made from popsicle sticks. The sticks were scribed to look like individual boards and very lightly weathered. Another was a Frisco car that was about the crudest plastic model I've ever seen (Tyco maybe?). It looked like yellow plastic with pad printed black lettering. After doing tons of work on it, it got heavy weathering and became a Frisco MOW car with a load of rail. The final car was a gon that I loaded with stacks of pipe. The wood racks didn't come out very good. Someday it may get reworked, but for now it's sitting in the yard.