|Type||PS-1 XM Box Car|
|Volume||4844 cubic ft|
|Operational Weight||52,000 lbs|
|Interior Length||50 ft 5-9⁄16 in|
|Interior Width||9 ft 2-1⁄16 in|
|Interior Height||10 ft 5-1⁄2 in|
|Length Over Strikers||51 ft 10 in|
|Overall Width||10 ft 5-1⁄16 in|
|Overall Height||14 ft 11-15⁄16 in|
|Clear Door Opening||8 ft 0 in wide X 9 ft 10-5⁄16 in high|
|Door Type||Superior 6-panel sliding|
|Trucks||Scullin A-3 Ride Control|
WP 36011 was part of a Western Pacific order delivered in June 1955 numbered 36001-36025.
The cars were XM-class PS-1s built by Pullman-Standard. They featured 8-foot Superior 6-panel doors, welded sides and Scullin A-3 Ride Control plain bearing trucks. They were uninsulated boxcars and were used for general merchandise. They had a capacity of 50-tons.
36011 was donated to the society by the Reno BSA.