Originally built in 1949 as Norfolk and Western 1493 Pulaski County as a 21 Roomette Sleeper. The car was used for the overnight Pocahontas Train (Norfolk-Columbus). The car was conveyed sometime in the 1950s to the Pennsylvania Railroad who converted it to a 72 Seat Coach to supplement capacity for the 1964 Worlds Fair. After 1971 it was used in the Penn Central and New Jersey Transit Fleet for commuter trains in New Jersey. The car was sold in 1989 to the Union Railroad Historical Society till it was acquired by Ringling in 1992. Used in the blue unit.