So I bought a photo of a PRR passenger train leaving St. Louis, because I wanted to try to figure out what we are seeing operationally. The first car after the baggage car appears to be a car in shadow line or red and silver paint. So the first question is just what car are we seeing? I don't think it is a fluted Frisco or MKT car, but it could be. It could be one of the MKT for Frisco heavyweight cars that was painted to match the Texas Special or Meteor. It could be one of the PRR 10-6 sleepers painted to match the Texas Special (I know it is NOT one of the 10-5 cars because PRR didn't start using the Single Stripe scheme seen on the third E-unit until November,1955). Zooming in on the car, I think I count 5 windows in the group, then a gap, and three more windows before getting to the end of the car. If this is a PRR 10-6 car, then the 5 windows would be the roometts on this side of the car, but we would be looking at the bedroom side of the car, and there should be 6 windows with irregular spacing (in pairs, but the pairs are not equally spaced) then a small window, and a vestibule door window. I also see what appears to be vents in the side of a clearstory roof above the smaller group of windows. So, that could be a heavyweight pullman, possibly a car with 10 sections... but I don't see a vestibule door on the far end and, to the best of my knowledge, all the heavyweight sleepers in this scheme had vestibules on both ends of the car, and I'm not certain I see a vestibule at either end (but it is very fuzzy). The next questions I have is why is there a through car at this point in the train? Documentation I've seen (mostly in the books by the TRRAHS on the Meteor and Texas Special) indicate that the regularly assigned through cars on the Penn-Texas were at the tail end of the train, not the head end. Could this be a deadhead move? Possibly, but those frequently are ahead of the baggage cars, so possibly not. The last question I have is what PRR train is this? Is anyone familar enough to know? I can ask on some of the PRR groups I belong to as well, so I might find it through another channel. What I can see of the consist is: A PRR B60 baggage car The car I'm curious about A PRR P85 coach (distinctive windows make it clear that is what this car is). 2 PRR Budd cars, in natural stainless steel. Probably coaches, judging by the window pattern 2 PRR cars in Tuscan paint. They sort of look like coaches, but I can't tell for certain. I can't see any other cars after that. I'm also not sure what year this was taken in, other than it was no earlier than the end of 1955. The TRRA switchers visible in the photo are painted in grey paint, but I'm not sure that is a good indication of time frame. I also don't see any solid blue cars with the MP equipment, so I would guess this is late 1950s. Does anyone else have any thoughts on this?