Cumberland Combination Car (1855). Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Strasbourg, Pennsylvania. According to the museum's trackside information board, the Combine No. B, which was constructed in the Cumberland's own shops, is 43 feet 1 inch long and weighs 31,500 pounds. It is believed to be the fourth oldest passenger car in the United States. [Click on images to enlarge them.]

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