standard box car with single sliding door is painted brown with
white logo and lettering. The door is painted yellow with large
brown LRD lettering for Load Restraining Devices.
It was built in August 1957, rebuilt in April 1966, and runs
on Barber Roller Bearing trucks. During the rebuild in 66,
Load Restraining Devices were installed, apparent from the paint
schemethe yellow door with large LRD. These cars were
specially equipped to keep loads from shifting during transit,
saving the shipper the expense of custom built restraints. The
LRDs were moveable walls that could be locked into place. They
were particularly useful in bracing stacks of boxes, transporting
food and other merchandise. It was a non-insulated car carrying
loads tolerant of extreme temperatures.