AHM's Container Carrier appears to be built from the ACF prototype. ACF's RD-52 constructed at the company's Huntington plant
during the late 1950s and into the early 1960s. The prototype road on 70-ton trucks, similar to those found on the AHM model.
The prototype Container Carrier featured the large side name plates, as found on the AHM car. The car carried removable
round chemical tanks. Information regarding the prototype and a picture of a Du Pont example may be found in Signature Press'
book "American Car & Foundry" by Ed Kaminski.
The AHM Container Carrier was produced by Roco in Austria. The underframe, which is shared with
the AHM Pulpwood Rack Car, includes the Roco diamond logo and Austria markings. Roco produced a similar model in N scale
and it was sold by Aurora's Postage Stamp line and later other companies.