Southern Pacific Stock Car No. 159
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Southern Pacific Stock Car No. 159 was built in 1890 by the Carter Brothers Car Company for the South Pacific Coast as flat car No. 835. Sold to the Nevada & California, a Southern Pacific subsidy, about 1906, it became N&C (later Central Pacific) No. 122, and was later converted into a stock car. In 1946 it was renumbered SP No. 159, and served until the end of the line. It was acquired by Bill Harrah, and later donated to the Railroad Museum.