1865: Ice Refrigerated Rail Car

A special rail car and loading system using ice were designed and built to transport perishable products. With the improved network of railroads and a chain of “icing stations” every 400 miles across the US, produce from California, beef from Chicago and beer from Milwaukee, as well as other perishable products, are now able to be distributed across the country. Learn more.

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