heavyweight paired-window coach car is painted Pullman Green
with herald, road number and reporting mark in metallic gold.
It was built in the 1930s based on Pullman Plan B&O #2882-B.
It ran the rails through the 1960s on six-wheel
passenger trucks. This car was one of the typical coach styles
that served many of the passenger car fleets as early as the
1930s. They could be found in both local and regional trains,
lasted long into the era of lightweight passenger cars. Many
went on to serve a variety roles including commuter and MOW