ton three-bay PS-2 covered hoppers with high sides are painted
gray with black heralds and lettering. They were built in 1971
by Pullman-Standard, serviced and renumbered into series 80950-81950
in December 1980, and ran the Midwest bearing this paint scheme
from the 1980s through 2006. They were seen on Barber
Roller Bearing trucks. The 4427 cu ft. design was Pullman-Standardís
earliest mass-produced 100-ton grain car.