Thanks for the reply. I have a photo of this car as Wellsville,
Addison & Galeton 4001. On the WAG, it has a single, looks like 6
foot wide door (it was in captive service on the WAG, so no ORER
details are available). I think this car may have been conveyed to
the WAG on start-up in 1956, so it wouldn't be in the 1957 S of E. It
does have the Indestructable ends, and although the photo isn't
great, it looks like it has z-bar bracing rather than an all wood
end. Did the Indestructable ends lead to a shorter interior length?
The 4001 looks like a 40 foot long boxcar.
Does the 1955 S of E have an entry for class M-41 boxcars? I
understand that these are ex-Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburgh cars,
and comprised the other three boxcars in the 4000 series on the WAG.
I'd be interested in knowing the same sort of things about the M-41s
as I was about 190186.
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braced single-sheathed ends (see the Westerfield M-15 kits forhaul
materials between the B&O company stores. I have not been able to