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NORFOLK AND WESTERN 1488/"EMORY AND HENRY COLLEGE"

The 1488, also named “Emory and Henry College,” was originally built in 1949 by the Budd Company for the Norfolk and Western Railway as a S1 class, lightweight, 10-6 sleeping car. As a 10-6 sleeper, it had 10 roomettes (single passenger rooms) and 6 double-bedrooms (two passenger rooms). No longer a sleeping car, it was eventually converted to a commuter car. It also saw service with the Pennsylvania Railroad, Maryland Area Regional Commuter, and Mid America Railcar. The 1488 went into service at TVRM in 2020.

SPECIFICATIONS:

Car: Norfolk and Western 1488/”Emory and Henry College”

Car Type: Coach

Operators: Norfolk and Western Railway, Pennsylvania Railroad, Maryland Area Regional Commuter, Mid America Railcar, Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum

Builder: Budd Company

Date Built: 1949

Number of Seats: 88

Paint Scheme: Orange and Brown

Lettered: Orlando & Northwestern

Status: Operational

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