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Re: PC: RE: Re: RE: Re: PC pass. green cabin

I'd be willing to venture a guess that it was more for high-value items than for paymastering. Even back then there were small items that had to be carried in a secure environment with all the requisite custody papers for the clerks.

Harold Scott <hgs -AT- uiuc.edu> wrote:
Perhaps, since then had the windows barred, they were used as company
paymaster cars.

HG Scott

Gary Mittner wrote:

>On the Pennsy the cars were lettered for Railway Express Agency.
>Clerk(s) were on duty while the train was enroute. Usually they had bars
>on the windows as well for security.....Gary

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