Or the NSmP 3031. Specifically built to deliver mail, they had sliding doors (not seen in this view) to aid trolleys of mail sacks to be rolled right into the coach. They originally travelled at night to prevent disruption to passenger services. They also had to compete with maintenance crews for that limited time bandwidth. As the auto industry expanded, mail was delivered by trucks and these trains were scrapped.
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