40 standard box car with single door, full ladders and
no roofwalk is brown with black ends and runs on Bettendorf
trucks. Built in 1941 for New York Centrals P&LE subsidiary,
and later rebuilt into Baltimore & Ohios B-6 car class,
it served B&O into the 1970s before retirement. Baltimore
& Ohio was the oldest common carrier railroad in the United
States, founded in 1830. After numerous mergers, it became a
part of CSX Transportation where its heritage lives on today.